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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!
Hero Saves Farmer's Life 05/10/2011
Brian Stacey comes to the rescue again, and pulls 42 year old man from under tractor. this story contains audio!
Pay Raise in Saugeen Shores 05/10/2011
Saugeen Shores Council approves raise for members, staff and board members. this story contains audio!
Man Falls at Rec Centre 05/10/2011
20 year old man rushed to hospital after falling at construction site of new Rec Centre.
More Support for Jails 05/5/2011
Georgian Bluffs supports OPSEU in keeping jails open, asking for new larger facility. this story contains audio!
Summer Company for Students 05/4/2011
Teens and young adults have a chance to be their own boss this summer. this story contains audio!
Farm Union Fight Not Over 05/2/2011
UFCW wants to make the farm union issue front and centre in Ontario election. this story contains audio!
New Freemasonry Exhibit 05/2/2011
Freemasonry history hidden in plain sight has opened at Bruce County Museum this story contains audio!
District Mine Rescue Competition 05/1/2011
Sifto Salt Mine is hosting this week's Southern Ontario mine rescue competition.
Less Hope for Jails 04/29/2011
OPSEU says its battle to keep Owen Sound, Walkerton jails open 'doesn't look good.' this story contains audio!
Protests at Mitchell Office 04/28/2011
OPSEU plans protests at Clinton and Kincardine MPP offices to oppose jail closures. this story contains audio!
National Day Of Mourning 04/28/2011
Ceremony marks 11 people who have died at Bruce since construction began. this story contains audio!
Labour Survey Released 04/25/2011
Survey points to manufacturing as the major non-agricultural private-sector employer this story contains audio!
Kickstarting Health Careers 04/24/2011
Huron County is helping HealthKick Huron train youth who want to enter health field.
Concerns Over Firefighter Retirement 04/24/2011
Hanover Fire Chief wants more information on plan for mandatory retirement at age 60. this story contains audio!
Kincardine Hires Students 04/21/2011
Budget not complete, but Council quickly passes motion to hire summer students. this story contains audio!
School HR Committee 04/20/2011
Bluewater Board sets gioundwork for new Human Resources advisory committee. this story contains audio!
Tiered Response Scaled Back 04/19/2011
Council eliminates some of the calls firefighters respond to in Owen Sound. this story contains audio!
Honda Shift Reductions Continue 04/19/2011
Parts from Japan still in short supply so Alliston production is scaled back.
CAS Merger Disputed 04/18/2011
CUPE asks for management meeting over lack of consultation over about CAS Merger. this story contains audio!
Firefighters Battle Response Plan 04/18/2011
Owen Sound Fire Fighters oppose City plan to scale back full tiered response. this story contains audio!
Processing Plant Grants 04/16/2011
Gay Lea Foods Co-operative of Teeswater will eventually add 20 jobs to its workforce. this story contains audio!
Food Processor Expanding 04/9/2011
Exeter Produce and Storage Company Limited will expand and create 40 new jobs.
Youth Apprenticeship Program Ends 04/9/2011
400 Catholic Students gather over three days to learn about different trades.
Baby Can't Wait 04/8/2011
OPP help deliver a baby near Waubashene when midwife was late.
Lots of Interest for CAO Job 04/7/2011
Georgian Bluffs receives 23 applications for vacant CAO job. this story contains audio!
Ontario Works Cases Increase 04/6/2011
Grey County will hire more staff to deal with spike in Ontario Work cases. this story contains audio!
Union Fights for Speech Pathologists 04/6/2011
OPSEU threatens to go to Labour Relations Board to save speech pathologist jobs. this story contains audio!
GBHS Cuts Speech Pathologists 04/5/2011
OPSEU upset speech pathologists jobs will not be transferred to Health Unit.
Sloman School Car Needs Help 04/2/2011
Sloman Car looks to Central Huron Council to help offset costs for historic attraction.
Sunshine List Grey Bruce 04/1/2011
Medical Officer of Health the top earner in Grey Bruce but the local earners list is long.
Sunshine List Huron County 04/1/2011
At least 150 people in Huron County earned more than 100 thousand dollars in 2010.
Sunshine List Simcoe County 04/1/2011
List of who made 100 thousand dollars or more in 2010 has been released.
Shifts Cut at Honda Alliston 04/1/2011
Honda says parts shortage from Japan will result in no layoffs but shifts reduced.
Learning to Blacksmith 04/1/2011
Grey Roots hosts meeting so people can learn blacksmithing. this story contains audio!
Construction Worker Hurt 03/31/2011
Construction worker rushed to hospital after accident at Barrie sewage treatment plant.
Earthquake Affects Honda Production 03/30/2011
Honda cuts production at Alliston plant because of parts shortage from Japan.
Contractors Expo Today 03/25/2011
Huron County Contractors Expo today designed to show off products and services.
Alzheimer's Society Needs Volunteers 03/20/2011
The Alzheimer's Society of Grey-Bruce has an immediate need for office volunteers. this story contains audio!
Trial for Meaford Fire Department 03/17/2011
Two weeks are now set aside to hear charges in connection with a fire in the town.
Wasaga Tax Hike Less Than 2 % 03/15/2011
Mayor says tax hike will be near inflation this story contains audio!
Overtime Gets Overhaul 03/13/2011
Kincardine administration brings in new cost-saving measure regarding overtime. this story contains audio!
Help for Former Dickies Workers 03/9/2011
99 per cent of the former Dickies employees have moved on after plant closure. this story contains audio!

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