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Special Meeting Monday to Talk Policing Costs for Shelburne  01/19/2020
Estimated cost increases related to the disbandment of Orangeville's Police Service will be discussed.
Dufferin Biz Hub Launches for Small Business 01/18/2020
The initiative by the Dufferin Board of Trade offers working space for small business owners.
Job Action Next Week Planned for Teachers 01/17/2020
Public elementary teachers in some boards will do one-day strike on Monday.
Who's Striking When? 01/17/2020
Different school boards will be affected by separate strikes next week.
A Tourism Transition in Saugeen Shores 01/16/2020
In 2021 the Town of Saugeen Shores will manage all aspects of publicly funded tourism service delivery
Elementary Teachers Holding Two Strikes Next Week 01/16/2020
The first will take place on Monday, while the second will happen on Tuesday, affecting different school boards.
Ford Government Offers Financial Support To Parents Impacted By Strikes 01/15/2020
Minister: "While unions impose hardship on families and students, our government is taking proactive steps to ensure students remain cared for"
Government Offering Compensation To Parents Affected By Teachers Strikes 01/15/2020
It is offering parents up to $60 a day for childcare, if teachers strike action continues.
Teachers Labour Action Update 01/14/2020
Upper Grand District School Board elementary and secondary schools will be closed to students Wednesday.
Bluewater Schools Strike Tomorrow 01/14/2020
Bluewater Schools to be closed Wednesday unless an agreement is reached and Catholic schools plan to strike next week.
Miller Applauds Provincial Skilled Trades Ads 01/13/2020
Ontario is facing a serious labour shortage.
Upper Grand District Schools to Close Wednesday 01/13/2020
Work to rule action begins for some schools this week, others will close on Wednesday.
Huron 2020 Draft Budget Unveiled 01/11/2020
The spending plan contains a proposed 2.05% residential tax hike
Teachers in Two Unions to Take Job Action 01/10/2020
Administrative job action begins Monday January 13th for members of two teachers unions, ETFO and OECTA.
Unemployment Rate in Region Rises Slightly, Remains Lowest in Ontario 01/10/2020
Stratford-Bruce Peninsula economic region jobless rate hits 2.7%.
Bluewater Postpones EQAO Mathematics Assessment  01/9/2020
Grade 9 students will now take their Grade 9 Mathematics Assessment in June
Ontario Catholic Teachers to Take Job Action 01/8/2020
Monday January 13th is when the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association could take administrative job action.
One-Day Walkout for Some OSSTF Members 01/8/2020
Teachers in the Peel District School Board are involved in this week's walkout by OSSTF teachers and education workers.
Teachers with OSSTF Strike Wednesday in Some Regions 01/6/2020
OSSTF Teachers and education workers will take part in another one-day, full withdrawal of services in selected locations
New Year's Babies in Walkerton & Hanover 01/2/2020
Couple is thrilled to have Grey Bruce's first baby of the new decade. this story contains audio!
The Highlight List 12/31/2019
2019 In Local Sports
Unemployment In Region Hits 2.4% In November 12/21/2019
Despite positive overall numbers, Stratford-Bruce Peninsula still loses 1,000 full-time positions in month.
No Job Action Wednesday for Upper Grand Teachers and Workers 12/10/2019
UGDSB unionized teachers and workers will not take job action on Dec. 11, Simcoe County School Board teachers will.
Employments Rates Stratford Bruce Economic Region Lowest Since 2001 12/8/2019
Previously the rate dropped to 2.8% in July of 2001 and to 2.9% in July 2017.
OSSTF Says More Job Action Could Come 12/5/2019
Union officials say there could be more walkouts like what happened Wednesday.
Schools Open and Closed Due to One Day Strike 12/4/2019
One day strike by teachers has some schools open and some closed around the region.
What You Need To Know If High School Teachers Walk Off The Job 12/3/2019
If a deal isn't reached, high school teachers across the province could be on strike Wednesday.
OSSTF Teacher Strike Action Wednesday 12/2/2019
Teachers will hold strike action Wednesday in Ontario, including in a Shelburne park.
Orillia Based Company Fined After Concrete Structure Collapsed On Excavator In 2017 11/29/2019
A worker suffered a non life threatening injury when a concrete structure collapsed on top of an excavator....
Waste Collection Delays Based on Lack of Workers 11/29/2019
The County of Simcoe says their waste contractor is having big labour challenges, delaying curbside pick up.
Public High School Teachers Announce Plans For Potential Walkout Next Week 11/29/2019
The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation says it will hold a "provincewide full withdrawal of services" on Wednesday, if a new deal isn't reached with the province before then.
Consultant Makes Final Presentation on Policing 11/26/2019
Orangeville Council heard the Pomax Consulting final presentation on Monday November 26th.
Teachers In Huron, Perth Prepare For Job Action 11/25/2019
Job action to commence Tuesday for elementary, secondary school staff, as contract talks continue with province.
Six New Habitat Homes Built at Neyaashiinigmiing 11/25/2019
The families are set to move in mid-December.
Avon Maitland School Board Providing Updates On Union Affect On Schools 11/20/2019
AMDSB sets up website where details can be found on union updates involving elementary, secondary school staff.
Waste Collection Delays Continue In Simcoe County 11/20/2019
Unfortunately, there is an industry wide labour shortage of truck drivers across Ontario and Canada.
Orangeville Mall Changes Underway 11/19/2019
Mayor Sandy Brown says several big box stores and new storefronts will replace the indoor part of the mall.
ETFO Holds Meetings to Get Ready for Work-to-Rule Action 11/14/2019
The action targets Ministry and school board administrative tasks and does not impact students.
New Infant Warmer Purchased For Bracebridge Hospital 11/11/2019
Valued at $45,000, this portable equipment has the ability to monitor newborn temperature and oxygen saturation....
Regional Unemployment Rate Lowest in Ontario 11/11/2019
In October the rate dropped 1.1% to 3.1% increasing 1,900 jobs.
Hotel Owners Learn About Human Trafficking Signs 11/8/2019
Local hotel owners and staff learn the signs of human trafficking from police and victims services.
Industries Look At How Pot Growth Could Affect Grey Bruce 11/4/2019
Public Health, Ag Federation and Labour Board consider food security, jobs and trade.
New Video Hopes to Attract Immigrants to Grey and Bruce 11/3/2019
This video is just the latest step the Saugeen Economic Development Corporation has to support local business and industry.
Canna-Tourism Opens Tourism Conference At Blue Mountain 10/28/2019
Housing, seasonal business and sustainable tourism are also featured this week.
Protest Planned Outside Norm Miller's Bracebridge Office This Afternoon 10/28/2019
Muskoka Power of Many is planning it to coincide with today's return to the legislature.
Police To Revisit Taxi Rates & Bylaw Ahead Of Rideshare Arrivals  10/28/2019
In anticipation of things like Uber and Lyft, Owen Sound Police are consulting with taxi companies.
Headwaters Clears Rumours of Layoffs 10/23/2019
Following reports, hospital officials clarified that NO staff members at Headwaters have received layoff notices.
Job Fair Next Week in Orangeville 10/18/2019
Over 30 local employers will be at the Best Western Tuesday October 22nd from 2 to 7,
Economy Top Of Mind For Huron-Bruce Election Candidates 10/16/2019
Federal election candidates take various views on improving economy for Huron and Bruce counties. this story contains audio!
Unemployment Down Slightly in Region 10/12/2019
Jobless rate hits 4.2 per cent in September.

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