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OPG On Track in DGR Process 06/28/2017
The ball is now in the Federal Government’s court to make a decision and recommendation.
Simcoe County Recovering from Flood 06/27/2017
The recovery effort continues in Simcoe County after heavy rains caused massive flooding June 23.
Shelburne Sewage Plant Floods in Storm 06/27/2017
42 inches of water filled the basement at the town sewage treatment plant.
Life getting back to normal in Harriston. 06/25/2017
Most residents are allowed to return home following flooding, but boil water order remains.
Lawsuit Settled in Orangeville 06/24/2017
The Ontario Court of Appeals has dismissed a case against the Town of Orangeville
New Vision for Bluewater Park 06/22/2017
The new vision would make Bluewater Park & Waterfront more a part of Wiarton. this story contains audio!
Uncertainty About Summer Weather 06/22/2017
Environment Canada says this summer should be a bit warmer than normal -- not like last year.
Don't Bank On A Sizzling Summer 06/21/2017
Environment Canada Senior Climatologist says don't give up on summer because of a wet spring. this story contains audio!
Expansion Of Goderich Harbour Begins 06/20/2017
$16M project will see wharf, docking area expanded in Canada's Prettiest Town this story contains audio!
Primrose School Certified an EcoSchool 06/20/2017
Record number of schools in the Upper Grand District School Board certified as EcoSchools.
Huron Health Unit Promotes Water Over Sugary Drinks 06/19/2017
Health unit offial promote "Water Does Wonders" campaign. this story contains audio!
Staying Safe During Lightning Storms 06/19/2017
When thunder roars, go indoors. But if you are caught outside,crouch don't lie down.
No Confirmed Tornadoes 06/18/2017
Environment Canada hasn't confirmed that any tornadoes touched down yesterday.
No Bikes on Path at Fairy Lake 06/15/2017
Council voted against the idea of allowing bicycles on the pathway at Fairy Lake in Southampton. this story contains audio!
Support for Bruce Power Life Extension 06/15/2017
85 per cent of Grey, Bruce, and Huron County residents surveyed like the program.
Bayfield Beach Given Blue Flag Status 06/15/2017
Bluewater town to raise the Blue Flag, in promotion of cleanliness, water quality, and safety. this story contains audio!
Meeting on Waste Management Strategy 06/14/2017
Dufferin County is looking for input to help develop a long term waste management strategy.
Top Honours for Nuclear Communicator 06/13/2017
A retired long time Bruce Power employee has been awarded by the Canadian Nuclear Society.
Huron Health Unit Suggests Ways To Beat The Heat 06/12/2017
Staying hydrated, being indoors, and light-colored long sleeves and pants recommended for coping with summer heat. this story contains audio!
Heat Warning 06/11/2017
Environment Canada has issued its first heat warning of the season.
Greenock Swamp: A Walk On The Wild Side 06/9/2017
The SVCA will officially open the new boardwalk through Greenock Swamp on Friday. this story contains audio!
Ships Turned Away At Goderich Harbour 06/7/2017
Mayor says dust likely to blame for up to 4 ships being redirected from harbour. this story contains audio!
OPG DGR Site Debate Continues 06/5/2017
Ontario Power Generation believes Kincardine is the best and safest site for a Deep Geologic Repository. this story contains audio!
Illegal Fires 06/4/2017
The Town of Caledon is looking to crack down on Illegal fires
Health Officials Warn Of Tick Bites 06/2/2017
Huron County Health Unit recommends bug spray and long sleeves, pants during warm season. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Police Raise Pride Flag 06/1/2017
Police Chief Wayne Kalinski says they support an inclusive community and support LGBTQ residents.
Warmer Than Normal June Expected 05/31/2017
Senior Climatologist says we won't have the same heat as last year, but this summer will be a warm one. this story contains audio!
Garbage Up, Recycling Down 05/30/2017
The Town's waste diversion rate dropped in 2016 over the previous year.
Spring Much Wetter Than Expected 05/26/2017
Senior Climatologist says Midwestern Ontario saw 30-40% more rain than normal. this story contains audio!
Grooming for Eidts Grove Beach 05/24/2017
Eidts Grove Beach, south of Gobles Grove, is going to get some mechanical beach raking this summer. this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Supports New EV Discovery Centre 05/23/2017
The nuclear generating facility has kicked in some funding towards the future of electric vehicles.
Thunderstorms Pack A Punch 05/19/2017
Downburst overturned a tractor trailer on Highway 400.
Severe Thunderstorms to Hit the Region 05/18/2017
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued, weather officials warn of heavy rain, wind and hail.
Georgian Bluffs Landfill Closing 05/16/2017
Time and space have run out on the landfill site and it will close permanently.
Heat Coming on Wednesday 05/16/2017
Higher temperatures this week with a high of around 28 for Wednesday feeling hotter with the humidex.
Surf Raking to Groom Local Beaches 05/15/2017
Saugeen Shores has a plan for "Surf Raking" some of the municipality's beaches this year.
Shelburne Police Honour New Constables 05/15/2017
Police week runs from May14th to 20th in Ontario, Shelburne Police recognizes community policing.
Brockton River Cleanup  05/12/2017
People are encouraged to clean the trail system along the Saugeen River this weekend.
OPG Keeping Close Eye on Nuclear Cave In 05/11/2017
OPG is closely watching developments at a nuclear waste site in Washington following a collapse.
Flood Concerns As Rain Continues 05/5/2017
Up to 90 mm of rain is possible.
Over $18K Raised for McHappy Day 05/5/2017
McDonald's Restaurants in Port Elgin, Owen Sound & Meaford really came through this year.
Flood Watch Issued 05/5/2017
Emergency management, conservation officials, and municipalities watching possible flood conditions.
ACW Resident Gets Meeting with Environment Minister  05/5/2017
Murray believed he had already met with Black this story contains audio!
Rainfall Warning 05/4/2017
40-70 mm of rain is expected between today and Saturday.
Public Meeting on Repairs to Denny's Dam 05/4/2017
A community meeting goes tonight regarding the refurbishment of Denny's Dam.
UPDATE Risk Of Localized Flooding 05/3/2017
Heavy rain starts Thursday and will last through Friday. this story contains audio!
Soggy Weather 05/2/2017
The region needs a good ringing out after a storm system brought heavy rain.
Litterbugs Nabbed 05/2/2017
Couple spotted dumping garbage alongside County Road.
Cree Rite of Passage Bestowed on Port Elgin Man & Family 05/1/2017
A Port Elgin native took part in a very special and sacred Cree Rite of Passage ceremony. this story contains audio!
Special Weather Statement 04/30/2017
We are expecting quite a bit of rain by Monday.

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