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Strike Date Set for College Workers 09/29/2017
October 15th is when unionized staff could strike at 24 Ontario colleges.
Minimum Wage Hike 09/29/2017
impacts discussed in Collingwood
Goderich Recognizes Agricultural Park Comittee 09/26/2017
Town council recognizes Kraft-Heinz Project Play win for Agricultural Park this story contains audio!
Perth-Huron United Way Announces Fundraising Goal 09/19/2017
United Way looks to raise $1.556 million in 2017 campaign, in push to help newcomers. this story contains audio!
Strike Looms at 24 Ontario Colleges 09/15/2017
OPSEU members vote 68 percent in favour of strike action.
Labour Day events bring in food and money. 09/13/2017
Unifor and Grey Bruce Labour Council raise over $2,500 for local food drive.
Marine Equipment Stolen In Grand Bend 09/12/2017
OPP say outboard motor, dingy stolen from Grand Bend following long weekend.
Goderich Mayor Says Summer Tourism Was Strong 09/11/2017
Kevin Morrison says travel blogs, tourism coordinator helped to grow town's summer tourism. this story contains audio!
Waypoint Pleads Guilty 09/11/2017
to Labour Ministry Charges
Unemployment level up 09/9/2017
The unemployment level in the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula region rose to 3.4 percent.
Hundreds Of Motorists Charged With Distracted Driving 09/8/2017
OPP say many drivers ignored warnings ahead of the Labour Day weekend.
Lambton OPP Lay 130 Charges During Long Weekend 09/8/2017
Most charges for speeding, while alcohol and drug offences make up most others.
Hundreds of Drivers Caught Distracted 09/8/2017
OPP say on the Labour Day weekend, distracted driving was the major reason for charges laid.
Police Services Board Ratifies Deal 09/8/2017
The Orangeville Police Services Board has ratified contract with the Police Association.
Labour Day Parade Wraps Up Long Weekend 09/5/2017
Hundreds of onlookers gathered for the annual parade in Port Elgin on Monday, September 4th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Attack Sweep Colts in Pre-Season Series 09/5/2017
Pryce scores 2 of 4 Owen Sound goals in 3rd period for 5-3 come-from-behind win over Barrie. this story contains audio!
What's Open/Closed Labour Day 09/4/2017
Most stores are closed today.
Chicken Barn Fire In Central Huron 09/2/2017
Fire Chief says barn a complete loss, but no chickens were inside during blaze.
Distracted Driving a Focus this Long Weekend 09/2/2017
Ontario Provincial Police will be out in force across the province this Labour Day long weekend. this story contains audio!
Port Elgin Breakwater Wall to Close 09/1/2017
Department of Fisheries & Oceans to do studies & repairs of deteriorating breakwater. this story contains audio!
Distracted Driving Lead Collision Maker 09/1/2017
47 people have died in distracted driving collisions so far this year on OPP-patrolled roads. this story contains audio!
Labour Day Holiday Means Closures 09/1/2017
Public transit and garbage collected among the services impacted.
Engage Huron To Re-Engage 08/31/2017
Group created to attract, retain youth in Huron has meeting schueled with economic official.
Leitch Snubbed in Shadow Cabinet 08/31/2017
former cabinet minister left off new leader's list
Fatal Industrial Accident in Tottenham 08/31/2017
A worker was fatally injured while setting up a stamping press at F & P Manufacturing
Electrical Work Wrapping Up At Walton IPM 08/28/2017
Hydro One expected to finish their portion of electrical work Monday. this story contains audio!
Environmentalists To Speak At Summit In Bayfield 08/28/2017
Summit organized by Blue Bayfield will examine steps to fight climate change, microplastics.
Services, Infrastructure On Mind Of Goderich Mayor 08/18/2017
Kevin Morrison says province could cut wasteful spending to save costs to municipalities. this story contains audio!
Recruitment Campaign Starts 08/18/2017
The "Are You Most" will recruit those 25-35 in the GTA looking to start a business
Chamber Says Wage Raise Will Risk Jobs 08/16/2017
Study: 26 per cent of jobs in Grey, Simcoe, Wellington & Dufferin could be at risk. this story contains audio!
Donations Roll In For Goderich Park 08/16/2017
Agricultural Park receives $125,000 from Lions Club, $5,446 from Senior A Pirates.
Doug Coleman Trucking Closes 08/14/2017
42 local jobs were eliminated as the business closed on Friday
Bill 148 Study Says Jobs are at Risk 08/14/2017
A study by Keep Ontario Working Coalition says minimum wage increase could threaten jobs. this story contains audio!
25th Annual Celtic Roots Festival Begins In Goderich 08/11/2017
More Canadian acts to hit the stage, in celebration of Canada 150. this story contains audio!
Unemployment Level Drops In Huron, Perth, Bruce, Grey 08/10/2017
Lowest unemployment rate for Grey, Bruce, Huron and Perth counties since 2001.
Business Community Weighs in at Town Hall 08/10/2017
Dufferin's business owners came out Tuesday to hear about Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act.
Huron Chamber To Hear From Provincial Counterpart 08/9/2017
Spokesperson for Minister Jeff Leal to speak with chamber members Friday.
Public Transit Meeting For Huron, Lambton, Middlesex 08/8/2017
Meeting on potential transit system being held at Grand Bend Legion Wednesday, at 2:30 p.m.. this story contains audio!
Goderich's Ag Park Nominated For $250,000 Prize 08/1/2017
Resident Steve Hewitt created video demonstrating needs at town's Agricultural Park. this story contains audio!
Farmers Optimistic About NAFTA Talks 07/31/2017
OFA Director says good can come from renegotiating trade deal with large U-S market. this story contains audio!
Survey For Lake Huron Residents, Visitors 07/27/2017
Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation conducting online survey about Lake Huron this story contains audio!
Seaforth Beer Maker Named Best New Brewer In Ontario 07/25/2017
Half Hours On Earth tops new provincial beer makers, named 1st and 2nd best sour beer.
Coulter Parkette to Receive Makeover 07/25/2017
Saugeen Shores council has approved a make-over for Coulter Parkette in downtown Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
Shortage of Qualified Workers  07/25/2017
An employer survey says companies feel there are some labour pool shortcomings. this story contains audio!
Wet Season Taking Its Toll On Farmers 07/24/2017
OFA Director says growers struggling to bale hay due to continuous rain. this story contains audio!
Communities In Bloom Judges Return To Goderich 07/21/2017
Gaeton Deschenes and Jack Clasen to judge new category in international competition. this story contains audio!
Boosting Regional Economic Power  07/17/2017
Brockton wants to share economic development officer and plans with its neighbours. this story contains audio!
New Director For Huron/Perth Social Research & Planning Council 07/12/2017
Susanna Reid named Director, after serving Huron County for 13 years.
Unemployment Falls Locally and Nationally 07/7/2017
Jobless rate falls to 3.5 percent in Stratford to Tobermory area.
Nominations Needed for Business Awards 07/6/2017
Dufferin Board of Trade Business Excellence awards nominations open until July 17th.

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