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Empowering The Future of Climate Change 10/18/2017
Former Saugeen Shores Councillor, Victoria Serda, is on a panel with former US Vice President Al Gore. this story contains audio!
RTO7 looks at Tourism on the Bruce.  10/18/2017
A 3 year plan is being worked on because of a jump in tourists around Tobermory. this story contains audio!
Storm Pond Cleaning Costs Go Up 10/18/2017
The Town of Shelburne says costs to clean sludge is over $573,000.
Trail Donation Day Rescheduled 10/17/2017
Annual Trail Donation Day in Orangeville rescheduled for Sunday October 22nd.
Officials To Gather For 2nd Annual Coastal Forum 10/16/2017
Municipal, First Nations officials from Sarnia to Tobermory to attend coastal forum Thursday. this story contains audio!
Special Weather Statement 10/15/2017
A soaking rain is in the forecast for today.
Festival of Wizardry Cancelled 10/15/2017
The Harry Potter themed festival in Blyth is cancelled due to weather
Zoning Bylaw Changes Halted  10/12/2017
Onus now on Northern Bruce Peninsula landowners to determine flood lines, hazards. this story contains audio!
Party To Celebrate Turbine Decision 10/12/2017
The people who fought the plans for a wind farm in Clearview Township are holding a party to celebrate the end of the project.
Residents Want Turbine Audit  10/10/2017
Kincardine is writing the province about taking people's concerns seriously. this story contains audio!
Local health professionals hear RNAO priorities 10/4/2017
Group reveals public policy reforms it plans to lobby in provincial election
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Criticizes Cap-And-Trade 10/3/2017
Lisa Thompson says Ontarians have not seen money collected for cap-and-trade plan. this story contains audio!
Singing Sands Closed for Construction 10/2/2017
Parks Canada has closed Singing Sands near Lions Head for some major upgrades. this story contains audio!
National Inclusive Education Award 10/1/2017
The Avon-Maitland District School Board has won nationwide recognition for inclusivity. this story contains audio!
MPP Critical of Energy Contracts 09/29/2017
Bill Walker says the new energy contract is "ridiculous" as Ontario doesn't need more power this story contains audio!
Huron County Prepares For Winter 09/29/2017
1,500 tonnes of treated road salt purchased, ahead of upcoming winter season.
Goderich Keeps Communities In Bloom In Mind 09/27/2017
Committee member says Goderich needs to keep working at having the best green spaces nationally. this story contains audio!
Hot Temperatures Unusual This Month 09/26/2017
Environment Canada stats show the last week has had the most hot weather all summer.
Keep Your Cool 09/26/2017
Orillia Fire Department has offered tips to beat the heat.
Warmer Temperatures Expected This Fall 09/26/2017
Environment Canada says temperatures will be slightly higher for October, November. this story contains audio!
Port Elgin Water Tower to Be Replaced 09/26/2017
Inspection reports in June show the Port Elgin Standpipe or Water Tower is "generally in poor to fair condition." this story contains audio!
Aviva Contest Retuns To Fund Community Projects 09/26/2017
Up to $150,000 up for grabs in national contest, with Huron County sporting strong track record.
Fall Action  09/24/2017
Grey bruce Health Unit is putting out a warning about falls and fall-related injuries
Wiarton Willie dies at the age of 13. 09/21/2017
"State Funeral" planned for the Albino groundhog on September 30th. this story contains audio!
Water Public Meeting in Georgian Bluffs 09/21/2017
Municipality wants public input on the idea of expanding the water system.
Wiarton Willie dies at the age of 13. 09/20/2017
Officials plan a funeral procession for the Albino groundhog on September 30th.
WPD Canada turns off wind turbine project 09/18/2017
After nearly 10 years, the company pulls the plug on plans for 8 turbines near Collingwood airport. this story contains audio!
Communities In Bloom Recognizes Goderich, South Huron 09/18/2017
Communities recognized in national green space, community involvement contest.
Group Wants Another Referendum on Fluoride 09/18/2017
Petition circulating to add question to 2018 municipal election ballot in Owen Sound about use in public water supply this story contains audio!
Towns Ask Province For Help Battling Invasive Plants 09/18/2017
Giant hogweed, Japanese knotweed, phragmites among listed invasive species needing eradication
Success for Communities in Bloom 09/18/2017
The Town of Orangeville achieves five bloom bronze rating at the National Symposium recently.
Beach Cleanup In Bayfield 09/15/2017
Volunteers needed for shoreline cleanup running Saturday. this story contains audio!
More Summer Weather Expected 09/15/2017
Environment Canada's chief climatologist says sunny days will stay a bit longer.
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Reignites Turbine Talk 09/15/2017
Lisa Thompson wants Environment Minister to visit wind farms when in town for IPM. this story contains audio!
Walking On Sunshine 09/14/2017
David Phillips says the sunny and warm stretch of weather is mother nature paying us back.
Job Fair in Barrie 09/13/2017
Over 40 employers seeking contract and permanent workers.
Bruce Power due for operating licence renewal  09/12/2017
Several public engagement sessions planned by energy company
Farmers Almanac Suggests October Snowfall 09/11/2017
The Old Farmers' Almanac Suggests possible snow in October, but then again maybe not. this story contains audio!
Hazardous Waste Day 09/9/2017
Officials in Hanover and Walkerton will be accepting household hazardous waste items.
Risk Of Funnel Clouds 09/7/2017
Weather advisory issued for most of Southern Ontario.
Rail Trail Association Honoured 09/7/2017
The Association has been recognized for its volunteerism within the Saugeen Shores community. this story contains audio!
Land Spout Spotted In Goderich 09/5/2017
Resident films spout above GDCI Tuesday morning.
Summer Not As Rainy As We Thought 09/5/2017
Senior Climatologist says this summer started wet, but ended on par with last year. this story contains audio!
Municipal Senior and Youth Awards Open 09/3/2017
Nominations open until October 20th while the awards will be handed out November 27th.
Deputy Mayor Seeks Answers Over UNIFOR Turbine Testing 09/1/2017
Luke Charbonneau continues to feel the frustration over the UNIFOR wind turbine in south Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
Will We Feel Tropical Storm Harvey? 08/31/2017
Senior Climatologist says Midwestern Ontario prone feel American storms, but not Harvey this story contains audio!
Public Opinion Varies On West Road  08/31/2017
Some fear any upgrade to West Road is in anticipation of a 300-turbine Wind Farm.
Saugeen Ojibway Weigh In On DGR 08/31/2017
First Nation applauds Environment Minister for halting DGR process to get more answers. this story contains audio!
Turtles To Be Released In Exeter 08/31/2017
ABCA officials to release 40 hatchlings into Morrison Dam Conservation Area.
Fentanyl & Other Drugs Prompt Safety Precautions 08/30/2017
Many first responders are taking precautions to prevent any unnecessary exposure to opioids. this story contains audio!

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