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Hockey Supports Local Child With Cancer 01/12/2018
Local Hockey game for the family of Brooklyn Hutton as she deals with cancer.
Economic Growth Top Priority for MP Lobb 01/9/2018
Ben Lobb the says jobs and the economy will always be his priority first and foremost. this story contains audio!
Over 100 Jobs Available At Huron County Job Fair 01/9/2018
Fair seeks to fill job vacancies in several industries, during January 27th event in London. this story contains audio!
Unemployment Numbers Down Slightly 01/8/2018
Stratford-Bruce Peninsula Economic Region sees seventh straight month of net job increases
Dufferin Employers Feel Impact of New Wages 01/4/2018
Board members say the change to the new minimum wage is "too fast" making them re-evaluate things.
Huron Chamber Surveys Businesses On NAFTA Talks 01/3/2018
Chamber of Commerce would like local input on ideas to advise NAFTA renegotiation.
New Industrial Park Ready for Action 01/2/2018
Hanover now has 17 new acres of land ready for development in its new Industrial Park.
Feedback Sought From Local Employers 01/2/2018
Annual Employer One Survey opens Jan. 1
New Office to Help Shelburne Entrepreneurs 01/2/2018
Orangeville & Area Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) is set to open an new satellite office.
The Leads  12/29/2017
Top Local Sports Stories for 2017
Changes to Come with Minimum Wage Rising 12/28/2017
Employees with the same company for five or more years, will be entitled to 3 weeks of vacation.
Big 2018 Expected In Huron County 12/27/2017
Warden Jim Ginn says expansion of workforce at Bruce Power, and broadband project among big items for 2018. this story contains audio!
Mother & Son Experience True Meaning of Christmas 12/20/2017
After a boy was seen struggling to help his mom by shoveling the drive, a gift showed up the next day. this story contains audio!
Proposed 3-County Transit System Could Take Until 2020 12/20/2017
Transit officials say numerous hurdles need to be jumped before potential transit system takes off. this story contains audio!
Charge Laid In Firefighter Rescue Training Death 12/19/2017
Nearly 3 years after a young man died near Hanover, a trainer has been charged. this story contains audio!
Simcoe County Labour Dispute 12/17/2017
The Ministry of Labour has been called in to handle a wage dispute involving Simcoe County.
Waypoint Centre Fined $40,000 12/15/2017
Two workers were stabbed with a screwdriver.
Goderich Security Workers Locked Out 12/12/2017
United Steelworkers says security personnel at Compass Minerals Mine in Goderich locked out of work, two weeks before Christmas.
PCs Demand Apology From Barrie MPP 12/12/2017
Ann Hoggarth under fire for comments about small business owners and hike in minimum wage this story contains audio!
Goderich Baker Featured On BuzzFeed Food 12/12/2017
Cookie designs from Sweethart Baking Experiment receives more than 6.5 million views on int'l website. this story contains audio!
Huron, Lambton, Middlesex Transit Survey In The Works 12/11/2017
Survey will ask about route options for potential transit system serving three counties. this story contains audio!
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!
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!
Bruce Power Fined Over Injury.  12/7/2017
The Nuclear Power facility must pay 110 thousand dollars after worker was critically injured in 2016.
Soil Expert To Speak In Clinton 12/6/2017
Dr. David R. Montgomery to discuss links between soil health and economics. this story contains audio!
Nominations Open For Inspiring Women Of Huron 2018 12/5/2017
Essay and video nominations can be made this year, with a deadline of January 31st.
Habitat For Humanity Need Volunteers For Goderich Build 12/4/2017
Anyone with experience with insulation or vapour barriers needed for latest home build.
Area Unemployment Increases Slightly 12/3/2017
Provincial, national jobless numbers at lowest levels in years
Sebringville Business Recognized For Living Wage 12/1/2017
Woodcock Brothers Transportation Group recognize for wages by Perth-Huron United Way.
Owen Sound CUPE Deal Ratified 11/30/2017
Outside workers with the city of Owen Sound have ratified a new four year contract.
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!
CUPE Vote For City Workers  11/27/2017
Tentative deal been reached between the City of Owen Sound and its outside workers.
Employer Grant Available in Dufferin 11/23/2017
Dufferin County employers could be eligible for Canada-Ontario Job Grant through Georgian CECS.
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!

Faculty Talks Resume After Contract Voted Down. 11/16/2017
Majority vote against the deal, which means the strike continues at 24 Community Colleges
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!
Students To Rally With #AssToClass 11/14/2017
Ontario college students will pack into school hallways in a demonstration Thursday. 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!
Striking Faculty To Vote On Colleges' Offer 11/8/2017
Ontario Labour Relations Board steps in to schedule vote Nov. 14-16
College Talks Break Down 11/7/2017
The College Employer Council wants strikers to vote on the final offer
Goderich's Gateway Centre Partners With Nipissing University 11/6/2017
Nursing students help to find gaps in senior care in Canada's Prettiest Town.
Unemployment Up Locally In October. 11/3/2017
More people looking for work push level up, while Ontario rate falls.
McCurdy Bridge To Be Replaced 11/2/2017
The $4.5 million project will start August, and is expected to be done by Summer 2019 this story contains audio!
Immigration To Play Role In Huron Economic Development 11/1/2017
Chair of region's economic development board says residents need to be more welcoming than accepting. this story contains audio!
United Way To Fund New Community Initiatives 10/31/2017
Non-profit groups starting new initiatives can apply for up to $20,000 in funding. this story contains audio!
Grey Looks to Catch & Keep Newcomers 10/30/2017
Grey County is launching the "New to Grey" program to bring more people to the area. this story contains audio!
EcDev Official Says Huron County Must Meet New Challenges 10/30/2017
Huron Economic Development Board Chair says region must put itself of economic radar screen. this story contains audio!
Students Frustrated With Colleges 10/26/2017
Some students want to be reimbursed their tuition money for the classes they won't get. this story contains audio!
Huron Economic Development Board Plans Municipal Talks 10/26/2017
Discussions with municipalities to precede upcoming Spring report on moving economy forward. this story contains audio!
No Talks Planned in College Faculty Strike 10/26/2017
A rally was held in Toronto yesterday as unionized workers pressed the Ontario government to get involved.

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