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Huron To Track Fuel Use 12/15/2017
County councillor to examine fuel consumption, in hopes of reducing carbon emissions.
Mulmur Mayor Elected County Warden 12/15/2017
Mayor of Mulmur Paul Mills is the new Dufferin County Warden.
Goderich Mayor Calls Out Social Media Critics 12/14/2017
Mayor Kevin Morrison says online comments by some amount to bullying, will involve OPP if it continues. this story contains audio!
Rules Could Change To Help Huron, Perth Health Unit Merger 12/14/2017
Province looking at changing rules, which could release funding for merger of Huron and Perth health units.
SWIFT Internet Project Moving Ahead In New Year 12/14/2017
Huron County liaison for SWIFT says Requests For Proposals will be issued in January. this story contains audio!
Huron County Provides Final Update On 100th IPM. 12/14/2017
Officials say over 100 volunteers helped make the Walton IPM a success. this story contains audio!
Water And Sewer Rates Headed Up In Hanover.  12/13/2017
The town expects to generate approximately 224 thousand dollars from the fee increases. this story contains audio!
Caledon Budget Debated to 2.83% Increase 12/13/2017
Mayor Allan Thompson calls the increase realistic and responsible to build a better community.
North Huron Fire Crews Back To Work 12/12/2017
Fire officials meet with North Huron council, agree to terms to return to work.
Goderich Approves Hydro Merger 12/12/2017
Town approves by-law for merger between Goderich Hydro and Erie Thames Powerlines.
MPP Fights for Mental Health  12/12/2017
Dufferin Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones questions state of mental health care in Ontario.
Caledon Council to Approve Budget 12/12/2017
The Town of Caledon could approve the 2018 budget at Tuesday's meeting.
Jim Ginn Reflects On 1st Year As Huron County Warden 12/11/2017
IPM, Canada 150 among big celebrations in the first of Jim Ginn's two-year term as Warden. this story contains audio!
Several Firefighters Quit North Huron Fire Dept. 12/9/2017
10 fire fighters suddenly quit, shortly after resignation of Fire Chief. this story contains audio!
Huron Bans Smoking On County Property 12/8/2017
Councillors pass by-law banning smoking around county-owned property.
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Argues For Gradual Wage Increase 12/8/2017
Lisa Thompson says fast-rising minimum wage hurting small businesses. this story contains audio!
New Warden Takes Over In Bruce County. 12/7/2017
Paul Eagleson returns to the chair he held in 1995. this story contains audio!
Port Albert General Store To Close For Winter 12/7/2017
Store owner says rising minimum wage, inability to sell alcohol factors in seasonal closure. this story contains audio!
Health Unit Gearing Up For Legal Pot. 12/7/2017
Officials say the legalization of weed will impact all communities. this story contains audio!
2018 Capital Budget Not Yet Finalized 12/6/2017
There are no definitive numbers to report just yet or how it would affect you. this story contains audio!
Two Mayors Up for Warden Position 12/6/2017
Dufferin County will choose new warden at meeting on December 14th.
Huron, Lambton, Middlesex Public Transit Talks Continue 12/5/2017
Transit Steering Committee member says province interested in funding rural transit pilot projects. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MPP Wants Better Long-Term Care Bed Access 12/4/2017
Lisa Thompson calls on province to create more long-term care beds in rural Ontario. this story contains audio!
Changes To Bill 148 Cheered By Municipalities. 11/30/2017
The original bill called for 3 hours pay per day for all on-call employees. this story contains audio!
No Integrity Commissioner for South Bruce Peninsula 11/29/2017
South Bruce Peninsula council voted to scrap idea of appointing integrity commissioner. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MPP Calls Out Province On Grassy Narrows 11/29/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson says Premier needs to catch up on latest report from Nothern Ontario First Nation. this story contains audio!
Ontario PC Leader in Caledon 11/29/2017
Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown in Caledon to speak to supporters tonight.
$8.9 Million for Town Hall Makeover 11/28/2017
It's going to cost an estimated 8.9-million-dollars for a full restoration of the Southampton Town Hall, along with the building of a larger, stylistic public library of the future and a community cen this story contains audio!
3% Tax Increase in Shelburne for 2018 11/28/2017
The Town of Shelburne says there will be a 3% increase in taxes on the average home in 2018. this story contains audio!
Don Matheson Acclaimed As Huron-Bruce Provincial Nominee 11/27/2017
Matheson will represent Liberals in Huron-Bruce in upcoming provincial election. this story contains audio!
What's Good for the Goose, Not So for the Waterfront 11/27/2017
Saugeen Shores Council looking to curb the Canada Geese problem along the waterfront areas.
Hydro Mergers Would Not Raise Bills In Goderich 11/27/2017
Goderich Hydro Board Member says potential merger will not affect local hydro rates. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Critical Of Ottawa Outdoor Rink 11/24/2017
Ben Lobb compares costs of 3-month outdoor rink to community complex in Clinton.
Organic Products Bill Gets Second Reading 11/24/2017
Dufferin Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones wants to ensure organic labelled products really are organic.
Huron-Bruce MPP Says Trade With Asia Should Be Priority 11/23/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson wants Premier Wynne to lean more on Ottawa to promote TPP trade. this story contains audio!
Progress Being Made On Future Hotel In Goderich 11/22/2017
Construction representative says second or third storey of building will be built by Christmas.
Goderich Hydro/Erie Thames Powerlines Merger Talks Ongoing 11/21/2017
Goderich Hydro Board member says a potential merger is so far, so good. this story contains audio!
New Tecumseth Has New Councillor 11/21/2017
Peter Anderson was chosen to represent Ward 5 at New Tecumseth Council.
Full Time By-Law Officer Approved 11/20/2017
The Town will have a full time By-Law Enforcement Officer starting in Spring. this story contains audio!
Premier Responds To Home Care Agency Questions 11/20/2017
Premier Kathleen Wynne responds to inquiries from Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Lisa Thompson. this story contains audio!
Gammie Bail Variation Hearing Adjourned 11/17/2017
South Bruce Peninsula Councillor Gammie's lawyer asks for more time to prepare for cross-examination
Huron County Approves Video Surveillance Policy 11/17/2017
Surveillance policy lays groundwork for more video monitoring of county-run properties.

Faculty Talks Resume After Contract Voted Down. 11/16/2017
Majority vote against the deal, which means the strike continues at 24 Community Colleges
Brockton Renewing Lease For Town Offices.  11/16/2017
It is the only community in the area that does not own its municipal building. this story contains audio!
Landowner Rights To Be Discussed In Brodhagen 11/16/2017
Meeting by Huron-Perth Landowners Association runs at Brodhaden Community Centre at 7PM. this story contains audio!
Goderich Looks At South Harbour Road Failures 11/16/2017
Officials say aging storm sewer beneath road has caused issues in recent years.
Tory MPP Wants Clarity On Home Care Agency Ties 11/15/2017
Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson worries "Working Ontario Women" may be linked to labour union. this story contains audio!
Goderich Looks To Update Beachfront Boardwalk 11/14/2017
Town officials say boardwalk no longer meets accessibility standards. this story contains audio!
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson Says New Home Care Agency To Duplicate Services 11/13/2017
Huron-Bruce MPP claims labour group will directly benefit from provincial home care agency. this story contains audio!
Premier Takes Calls On Bayshore Broadcasting. 11/10/2017
Kathleen Wynne defends her record in half hour radio appearance. this story contains audio!

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