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Grade 9 Kids Take Part In "Take Our Kids To Work Day" Wednesday 11/14/2018
Grade 9 students from across Canada will enter the workforce for nationwide career exploration.
Highway 6 Safety Meeting Tonight  11/13/2018
First of two meetings this week on safety campaign results & to take public suggestions. this story contains audio!
Grand Bend's Huron Shores United Church Re-Opens 11/13/2018
After two years of renovations, United Church to celebrate re-opening with special gala.
Miller Says Ford government committed to cutting needless regulations for businesses 11/12/2018
The MPP recently held a roundtable on the topic...
Postal Workers Rotating Strike Continues  11/9/2018
CUPW members are still without agreements for the Urban Postal Operations and Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers (RSMC)
Living Wages Rises To $17.44 In Huron, Perth Counties 11/8/2018
United Way's Social Research & Planning Council says living wage requires two working parents. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Hit By Canada Post Rotating Strike 11/7/2018
Orangeville is one of many cities hit Wednesday by the rotating strikes by unionized Canada Post workers.
Unemployment Rate Rises in Region 11/3/2018
Grey, Bruce, Huron and Perth counties lose 5,700 full-time jobs, jobless rate increases
Work Stoppage Looms For Grey County Roads Workers 11/1/2018
County, CUPE Local 1530 at impasse -- workers could be locked out by next Thursday
Grey Bruce Labour Council Disappointed in Bill 47 Approval 11/1/2018
They say the provincial government has betrayed the people of Ontario. this story contains audio!
Grey County Holds Ag 4.0 Conference  11/1/2018
A conference in Meaford will look at how technology can keep local farms viable.
OPP Caution Road Safety During Harvest Season 10/29/2018
With more farm vehicles on the road, OPP reminding everyone to exercise caution.
Chamber Applauds Proposed Labour Act 10/29/2018
Owen Sound & District Chamber of Commerce supports the province's move to repeal Bill 148. this story contains audio!
Delays and High Prices Could Drive Ontario Cannabis Users Back to Black Market 10/27/2018
The OCS is currently the only legal retailer of weed in the province. Private retail brick-and-mortar stores are set to open in April next year. this story contains audio!
Study Finds Big Economic Advantages To Goderich Port 10/25/2018
Numbers show Port of Goderich generated 2,800 jobs, $400M in economic activity.
Mayor Luke Charbonneau Has Great Plans for Saugeen Shores 10/24/2018
He says cannabis stores, affordable housing, labour shortage, and Nuclear Innovation Institute are first items on the list. this story contains audio!
Nurses Rally For Healthcare Changes 10/22/2018
Ontario Nurses Association members rallied in Kincardine for provincial health improvements. this story contains audio!
DBOT Awards Celebrate Business Excellence 10/19/2018
The annual event by the Dufferin Board of Trade recognizes outstanding members of the business community.
West Grey Candidate Q & A 10/15/2018
Bayshore Broadcasting asked municipal candidates where they stand on some key issues
Protest About Minimum Wage in Alliston 10/15/2018
There are over 50 protests planned today across Ontario about Bill 148.
Day Of Action Protest 10/15/2018
Over 50 rallies scheduled province wide to protest Ford government's plan to scrap Bill 148.
Saugeen Shores Looks To Address Labour Shortage 10/15/2018
Town Staff say automation may be the answer to keeping businesses afloat. this story contains audio!
Mixed Reaction to Province's Move to Scrap Minimum Wage Hike 10/12/2018
Chamber of Commerce, Grey Bruce Labour Council weigh in on Ford government's cancellation of rise to $15
Pathway Night Offers Career Choices For Students In Huron County 10/12/2018
Information on career prospects to be offered at October 17th session at Central Huron Secondary.
Huron-Bruce Tory MP Says Canada "Gets Nothing" In USMCA 10/11/2018
Ben Lobb says Canada provided many concessions in three-country pact, with nothing in return. this story contains audio!
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!
Cowbell Brewing Co. Purchases ESTC In Blyth 10/2/2018
Craft brewer to convert adjacent ESTC building, finish renovations by late 2020.
All Candidates Meeting Goes All Afternoon In West Grey  10/1/2018
A lengthy meeting in Elmwood covered numerous topics ahead of the municipal election. this story contains audio!
Hanover Hospital Budget Concerns  09/28/2018
The Hospital is bracing itself for a very challenging financial year ahead . this story contains audio!
Board of Trade Reacts to Minimum Wage 09/27/2018
The Dufferin Board of Trade is reacting to Premier Doug Ford stopping minimum wage hike to $15. this story contains audio!
Strong Turnout At All Candidates Meeting In Owen Sound 09/27/2018
About 200 people came out to see 18 of 19 candidates in the municipal election. this story contains audio!
Rail Car In Owen Sound Vandalized  09/25/2018
Vandals have smashed out windows on the heritage train car near the harbour. this story contains audio!
Workers Who Went On Strike At Health Team Not Going Back  09/19/2018
OPSEU and the Owen Sound Family Health Team confirm workers agreed to a buyout.
MPs Tours Bruce Power 09/15/2018
Isotope milestone marked this story contains audio!
Traffic Charges Up from Last Year 09/14/2018
Police say there was an increase to traffic related charges over the Labour Day long weekend.
Pot Workers Could Face Lifetime Ban From U-S 09/14/2018
Border official says pot workers will not be recognized as legal business along U-S border.
Deaths On Roads And Water 09/9/2018
The OPP are reporting that ten people were killed over the Labour Day long weekend.
Unemployment Up Slightly In Region 09/9/2018
Area from Stratford-Bruce Peninsula still among lowest jobless rates in province
Lambton OPP Lay 164 Charges Over Labour Day Weekend 09/5/2018
Lambton police responded to 321 calls during the long weekend, with most charges laid for speeding.
22 Stunt Drivers Charged On Peninsula This Weekend 09/5/2018
Bruce Peninsula OPP say 16 people were charged with stunt driving on Saturday alone.
UNIFOR Says They Have Plan B, If NAFTA Talks Fail 09/5/2018
Union's National Secretary/Treasurer says Americans and Canadians would be hurt by lack of trade deal. this story contains audio!
Joint RIDE Initiative Being Called "A Win" 09/4/2018
OPS and SPS joined forces to conduct 16 hours of RIDE stops over the weekend.
Talks Resume at Owen Sound Family Health Team 09/4/2018
Nurses, clerical and custodial workers have been on strike since May 22
Solidarity In Port Elgin Labour Day Parade  09/4/2018
Labour Day parade organizers say they stand behind striking health workers in Owen Sound. this story contains audio!
Labour Day Parade 09/2/2018
Saugeen Shores is gearing up for the 2nd largest parade in the province.
Planning For Holiday Monday 09/2/2018
Labour Day is almost upon us, the last long weekend holiday of the summer.
Police Busy Dealing with OPSEU Strike 09/1/2018
An increased number of calls has kept OSP busy.
Zero Tolerance For Distracted Driving 08/31/2018
OPP say Labour Day weekend focus will be on inattentive drivers. this story contains audio!
Fireworks Set For Sunday In Port Elgin. 08/30/2018
A section of the main beach will be closed in preparation for the fireworks display.
Oro-Medonte Boy Falls From Rock Climbing Wall 08/30/2018
The six year old dropped 40 feet from the wall at Horseshoe Resort.

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