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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!
Last Ditch Effort to Save Cats Failed 10/17/2017
A 500 signature petition for the Feral Cat Rescue wasn't enough to save it.
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!
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!
Goderich Extends Reflection Garden To Cenotaph 10/11/2017
Council votes to approve area from Courthouse wall to sidewalk for Reflection Garden this story contains audio!
Grand Bend Activity Guide Needs Cover Photo 10/10/2017
Photo entries now being accepted for 2018 Activity Guide. Deadline is October 20th. this story contains audio!
Petition Gets 515 Signatures for Cat Rescue 10/10/2017
Petition on behalf of Shelburne Feral Cat Rescue to be brought to town council October 16th.
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!
Electric Pickups Possible For Goderich Fleet 10/2/2017
AMO looking to test electric trucks in pilot project. Town has until Nov 14th to apply.
Huron County Prepares For Winter 09/29/2017
1,500 tonnes of treated road salt purchased, ahead of upcoming winter season.
Petition Launched for Feral Cat Rescue 09/29/2017
Citizens angry at decision to turn down extension request for cat rescue can sign petition.
Huron-Bruce MPP Wants Province To Support Farmers 09/28/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson says province needs to stand up to Ottawa's proposed tax code changes. this story contains audio!
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!
Warmer Temperatures Expected This Fall 09/26/2017
Environment Canada says temperatures will be slightly higher for October, November. this story contains audio!
Crime Action Group Reports Progress 09/25/2017
Group will make deputation to City Council after productive meeting with Owen Sound Police this story contains audio!
100th IPM In Walton A "Success" 09/25/2017
Organizers finalizing attendance numbers for five-day plowing match and rural expo. 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
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.
Citizen Group Against Crime  09/14/2017
Some Owen Sound residents are petitioning the City to deal with slum lords and crime.
Development On Bayfield Coffee Shop Stalled 09/14/2017
Bluewater Mayor says council waiting on details from developer before project can move forward. 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.
Great Summer for National Parks 09/13/2017
This summer has been pretty good for both Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park in Tobermory. this story contains audio!
New Bridge Nearly Complete On G2G Trail, Near Blyth 09/12/2017
Official set to open the Blyth Brook Bridge, on 127 km trail connecting Goderich to Guelph.
Suspicious Man in Meaford  09/12/2017
A man in a car stopped & asked a 12 year old girl sexual questions, OPP looking for him.
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!
MacLean's Ales Hopfest A Success 08/28/2017
The event featured hop picking, live outdoor brewing, music, food and MacLean’s Ale. this story contains audio!
Bank Card Used After Car Break In  08/25/2017
A man whose ID was stolen from his vehicle noticed his bank card was also being used.
Pressure Tactics 08/20/2017
OPP say Door-to-door canvassers can use high pressure tactics and can be aggressive in nature.
34th Chantry Chinook Classic In The Books 08/18/2017
The largest fishing derby on Lake Huron came to an end Sunday. this story contains audio!
Rabies Baits to Reduce Cases of Virus 07/31/2017
Ministry of Natural Resources laying traps in Wellington and Dufferin Counties to stop rabies.
Great Lakes Trail Extension On the Way 07/26/2017
Saugeen Shores will soon be part of the extension of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail. this story contains audio!
Bluewater Forms Committee To Review Services 07/24/2017
Committee will ensure taxpayers getting efficient services from municipal departments. this story contains audio!
UPDATE: OPP Defends Highway 400 Closure 07/21/2017
Highway was closed for 11 hours after a crash involving a tractor trailer carrying a flammable liquid. this story contains audio!
Beeton Sewer Maintenance  07/19/2017
A sewer line in Beeton will be worked on this week.
Vigil for Drowning Victims 07/19/2017
about 60 people bring candles to the Beach
Lake Huron Levels Higher Than Normal 07/14/2017
Conservation officials say lake levels 16 inches above norm, but not historically high. this story contains audio!
Possible Tornado In Lucan 07/13/2017
Environment Canada investigating video, photos of possible twister touching down Wednesday night.
National Communities in Bloom Competition 07/10/2017
The Town of Orangeville welcomes Communities in Bloom judges Friday.
Kincardine Mayor defends DGR decision. 07/9/2017
Anne Eadie says Council did due diligence on the issue.
Phragmites Information Session In Goderich 07/7/2017
Experts will demonstrate how to fight invasive phragmites, in free information session. this story contains audio!
Saugeen Shores & Kincardine Best to Live 07/6/2017
Both Bruce County communities have been ranked among the best places to live in Canada. this story contains audio!
Woman Receives 3rd Degree Burns in Fire 06/30/2017
A Port Elgin resident was badly burned Sunday and airlifted to Hospital in London.
First Urban Chicken Coop Not a Problem 06/29/2017
For one Port Elgin resident, having her own chickens is absolutely perfect and working out well. this story contains audio!

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