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Elephant Thoughts Growing and Moving 11/13/2018
A Collingwood based organization is growing and moving.
OPG to Resume Annual Payments to Bruce County Municipalities 11/13/2018
Municipalities that support the proposed DGR will start getting annual payments again this December after a 3 year hiatus. this story contains audio!
Emerald Ash Borer Detected In Gravenhurst and Bracebridge 11/13/2018
The beetle, which is a native of North East Asia, may have arrived on imported firewood...
Meeting On Moving Saugeen Shores Students 11/6/2018
About 200 parents were at a meeting to talk about moving grade 7s and 8s to high school. this story contains audio!
Radon Test Kits Are Now Available  11/4/2018
Public Health Grey Bruce is providing free test kits while supplies last. this story contains audio!
Chesley Bridge Funding Denied  11/2/2018
Provincial Disaster Fund is not giving money to Bruce County to fix the Main St. Bridge this story contains audio!
APTIM to Open Office in Teeswater 11/1/2018
The Bruce Power supplier will hire locals and open a nearly 13,000 square foot facility.
November Forecast From Environment Canada 11/1/2018
Winter isn't going to be as bad as usual, according to Environment Canada. this story contains audio!
Recyclable Alternative Suggested For Upcoming Halloweens 11/1/2018
Coastal Technologist says plastic candy wrappers not recyclable, suggests paper, aluminum treats. this story contains audio!
Nominate Your Neighbour 10/31/2018
You only have a short time left to nominate someone for the Order of Collingwood.
Water Levels on the Rise 10/31/2018
Officials will be keeping an eye on local watershed conditions over the next few days.
Local Effort To Stop Human Trafficking  10/30/2018
OPP, police in West Grey, Saugeen Shores & Owen Sound are working to help victims. this story contains audio!
New Acting MOH At Grey Bruce Health Unit 10/26/2018
Dr. Ian Arra takes over the role
Owen Sound Chamber Awards 10/26/2018
Home Decor and More took home two awards at the annual ceremony to recognize business excellence. this story contains audio!
Piping Plover Habitat Debate Continues 10/26/2018
Environmental groups seek to uphold a stop work order that would keep South Bruce Peninsula from grooming Sauble Beach.
Winter Coat Drive Begins In Goderich, Clinton 10/24/2018
Salvation Army collecting new, gently used winter coats for those in need. this story contains audio!
Local MPP Makes Announcement on Tourism 10/23/2018
Dufferin Caledon MPP and Minister of Tourism Culture and Sport Sylvia Jones talked about a tourism strategy.
Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed in Owen Sound 10/23/2018
Invasive species found in tests by MNRF
Saugeen Ojibway Nation Says Owen Sound Harbour Toxic To Fish  10/19/2018
SON says Transport Canada needs to adress concerns over toxic materials. this story contains audio!
Development Plan For Colpoy's Bay  10/18/2018
Fanshawe students have created an initial development plan to attract tourists. this story contains audio!
Snow Coming 10/17/2018
Flurries are expected overnight.
Snow Could Hit Ground This Week 10/16/2018
Snowfall and accumulation possible in Dundalk, Hanover, Owen Sound areas Wednesday night. this story contains audio!
Government Role Suits Norm Miller 10/15/2018
After 15 years in the opposition wilderness, local MPP glad to represent region as a government member. this story contains audio!
Blue Mountains Candidate Q & A  10/15/2018
Bayshore Broadcasting asked municipal candidates where they stand on some key issues.
Funding Crunch At Child Advocacy Centre Of Simcoe Muskoka 10/12/2018
Federal funding runs out the end of this year, CAC turns to province for help. this story contains audio!
Input Needed for Sustainability Action Plan 10/10/2018
The Town of Orangeville is encouraging residents to do survey on sustainability plan.
Hanover School To Open Later  10/10/2018
Work continues on the Hanover school build project, but the move in date has changed. this story contains audio!
Huron County Purchases Tandem Snow Plow 10/9/2018
$896 thousand bid accepted by county, as councillors discuss snow plow operators at latest meeting. this story contains audio!
Armed Forces Training in Meaford 10/5/2018
National Defence advises residents may see military vehicles, hear loud explosions
Pot Legalization Meeting 10/4/2018
Tackling pot questions at the "Weeding Out the Myths" information session ahead of legalization.
Goderich Mayoral Candidates Discuss Issues At Town Hall Session 10/4/2018
Economic development, housing, ice surfaces discussed at town hall meeting, ahead of municipal vote. this story contains audio!
Winter Expected To Be Shorter Than Last Year 10/3/2018
Official with Environment Canada says winter will be shorter, but snow could come sooner. this story contains audio!
Weather App Needs Testing 10/2/2018
Environment Canada is looking for people to test a new app before they launch it. this story contains audio!
South Huron Becomes Communities In Bloom Prize For Rural Gardens 10/2/2018
Municipality wins prize in national contest recognizing environmental responsibility.
City Goes Ahead with Pumping Station 10/2/2018
Orillia Council approves Cedar Island Road location. this story contains audio!
Federal Funding For Metro Site 10/1/2018
Environmental impacts at 70 Front Street North and adjoining lands present no risk.
Heated Exchanges Over Goderich Tree Cutting 10/1/2018
Goderich resident criticized town for removal of over 300 trees along bluffs. this story contains audio!
Province Scraps Drive Clean 09/28/2018
Premier Doug Ford announced the end to the 20-year old program.
Program to Scrap Plastic Bags Pitched to Council 09/28/2018
Shelburne Town Council presented Monday with a plan to ban plastic bags by Climate Change Action Dufferin Caledon.
Two First Nations Claim Overlapping Rights 09/28/2018
Saugeen Ojibway Nation and Historic Saugeen M├ętis are at odds over territory. this story contains audio!
Students In Huron-Perth Learn About Microplastics 09/25/2018
Numerous organizations teach students about clean water sources.
Bee Hotels In Brockton  09/25/2018
Bee & Butterfly gardens went so well this summer, Bee Hotels are being placed around town. this story contains audio!
Accessible Community Garden in Walkerton 09/23/2018
Plans to revamp garden to allow all mobility types access this story contains audio!
50 Pounds Of Trash Collected In Goderich Shoreline Cleanup 09/21/2018
Cigarette butts continue to be most collected item, in latest beach cleanup.
Fall Expected To Be Warmer Than Normal 09/21/2018
Environment Canada says warmer temperatures will slight push the Autumn foliage. this story contains audio!
Blue-Green Algae Spotted at Beach 09/15/2018
People living near Magnus Park Beach are being advised not to use or swim in the water.
Worries Surround Maitland River Bank, Near Goderich 09/14/2018
Menesetung Bridge Association requesting engineer be hired to assess north bank. this story contains audio!
Update From The OPG On The DGR  09/12/2018
Ontario Power Generation updating councils, saying approval process continues to move along.
Hazardous Waste Day In Grey & Bruce 09/8/2018
You can drop off hazardous waste for free in Lucknow, Walkerton and Owen Sound.
Mill Creek Bridge To Open Monday  09/7/2018
Bruce County official says the bridge on County Road 17 will reopen sometime on Monday.

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