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Sports Jul 19 2011 07/19/2011
Scores and Games
New Clerk in South Huron 07/17/2011
Florence Stalenhoef has been hired as Deputy Clerk in Central Huron.
No Council Salary Review 07/15/2011
Goderich Council will not review its compensation package for elected officials.
Kincardine CAO Resigns 07/15/2011
John deRosenroll is leaving Kincardine to go back to his roots in the town of Perth.
College Labour Unrest 07/15/2011
Support Staff at Ontario College's vote in faovur of a strike mandate to back contract.
Sifto Fined in Death 07/14/2011
Sifto fined 140 thousand dollars in connection with death of employee in 2009.
Firefighters Hurt in Simulation 07/14/2011
Two firefighters had to be treated for heat exhaustion at Medquest Simulation.
Voting Day for College Staff 07/14/2011
Support workers at Ontario Colleges vote on whether to give OPSEU strike mandate.
Layoffs At Leader Wind 07/13/2011
Leader Resources lays off staff as it waits for provincial approval on two projects. this story contains audio!
Mock Disaster in Walkerton 07/13/2011
There will be a mock disaster in Walkerton today as part of the Medquest camp.
Shaw Claims He Was Fired 07/12/2011
Longtime former TAPS Director says he did not retire but was fired, defends reputation.
Hanover Teen Gets the Gold 07/10/2011
Rebecca Scott wins Gold for Job Interview at the National Skills Canada Competition. this story contains audio!
Remembering Artistic Director 07/10/2011
Stratford Shakespeare Festival is holding memorial for Michael Langham.
Hospitals Change Food 07/8/2011
Food services are changing at hospitals in Kincardine and Walkerton. this story contains audio!
Scathing Report on TAPS 07/6/2011
Managers of Grey County department 'created oppression and fear' for staff. this story contains audio!
Intersection Changes in City 07/6/2011
Owen Sound drivers will have to get use to major changes to one busy intersection. this story contains audio!
OPSEU Protest in Meaford 07/5/2011
Developmental Service Workers hold information picket to back contract demands.
Sports June 30 2011 06/30/2011
Local, national and international sports
OPP Are Recruiting 06/27/2011
You can learn more about becoming an OPP officer at a meeting tonight.
First Place for Bruce Power 06/26/2011
Bruce Power Security Team wins gruelling competition for sixth year in a row. this story contains audio!
Students Push to Get Teacher Back 06/23/2011
West Hill Secondary Students want teacher re-instated for Culinary Arts program. this story contains audio!
Mayor Surprised by Transcom 06/20/2011
Owen Sound Mayor says she didn't know Transcom was considering a closure. this story contains audio!
Man Hurt On The Job 06/18/2011
35 year old steel worker rushed to hospital after he was hurt on the job in Bradford.
New County Librarian 06/18/2011
A familiar face takes over Huron County Cultural Services and Librarian position.
Transcom Announces Closure 06/17/2011
Over 100 workers out of a job by mid September as Owen Sound Call Centre closes. this story contains audio!
Postal Workers Picket Owen Sound 06/15/2011
Canada Post locks out workers across Canada including Owen Sound. this story contains audio!
Social Justice Bursaries 06/14/2011
Grey Bruce Labour Council has handed out their annual Social Justice Awards this story contains audio!
Health Related Unions Settle 06/13/2011
Public health workers and paramedics have new contracts with Huron County.
Robert White Social Justice Awards 06/13/2011
White will be on hand for the Social Justice awards ceremony today
Public Works Day 06/10/2011
Residents and Students in the Blue Mountains can learn about the job of Public Works.
Epidurals Offered in Hanover 06/3/2011
Obstetrical unit will offer epidurals, may see more expecting mothers deliver in Hanover. this story contains audio!
A Call for Firefighters 06/3/2011
Blue Mountains is looking for volunteer firefighters.
Girl Injured in Tech Class 06/2/2011
16 year old girl had her hair entagled in the lathe in her machine shop high school class.
Layoff Notices for Teachers 06/1/2011
Bluewater school board issues 51 layoff notices to public high school teachers. this story contains audio!
New Simcoe Grey MP Sworn In 06/1/2011
Doctor Kellie Leitch not many work days before MP's summer break.
Farmer Dies in Meaford 05/31/2011
61 year old man in Meaford dies after injury from front end loader of the skid steer.
Save Tech Programs 05/31/2011
ARC member pleads to save tech programs as Bluewater board makes cuts to budget, this story contains audio!
Summer Work for Students 05/31/2011
YMCA Community and Employment Services operating this summer again. this story contains audio!
More Staff for Davidson Centre 05/31/2011
Kincardine Recreation Director seeks staff to help with high demand at Davidson Centre. this story contains audio!
Simcoe Grey MP a Secretary 05/26/2011
Two posts as Parliamentary Secretary for rookie Conservative MP Kellie Leitch.
Blogger Investigation 05/25/2011
They know who is behind a blog that harasses municipal employees this story contains audio!
Sloman School Car Alive 05/22/2011
Enough volunteers found to staff popular Sloman School Car attraction.
Money for Dash for Diabetes 05/21/2011
Anonymous donor offers funds to people 18 and under as part of Dash for Diabetes.
Hitting The Road for Jails 05/20/2011
OPSEU members leave Walkerton, Owen Sound to visit Correctional Services Minister. this story contains audio!
Former Customer Saves Glass Business 05/17/2011
Developer wants as many as 150 workers within three years at Collingwood Glass. this story contains audio!
New Nurses for Perth 05/17/2011
Thanks to provincial money, the Health Unit will hire two more public health nurses.
Cadet Training 05/14/2011
500 air cadets will converge on Base Borden today for training and competition.
JDSS Teacher Wins Award 05/13/2011
Ray Morrison is this year's recipient of Technological Excellence Award. this story contains audio!
Celebrating Nursing Week 05/12/2011
The 'unsung heroes' of health care are being recognized and honoured this week. this story contains audio!
Man Falls 45 Feet 05/11/2011
Ministry of Labour issues stop work orders after man falls 45 feet at construction site. this story contains audio!

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