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Attack Travel To Barrie 09/5/2011
Second leg of the Labour Day Weekend Exhibition Series Resumes
What's Open and Closed 09/5/2011
It's Labour Day, the last day to shop for back to school.
Attack Host Colts 09/4/2011
OHL Exhibition Hockey at the Bayshore
Fireworks in Saugeen Shores 09/4/2011
There will be a fireworks extravaganza in Saugeen Shores tonight.
More Police On Roads 09/3/2011
OPP say they'll do all they can to keep fatality and injury stats down this weekend.
Three Hurt In Construction Accident 09/3/2011
Labour Ministry called to investigate accident that sent two people to the hospital.
Sports Sep 2 2011 09/2/2011
Scores and Games
Attack Training Camp Resumes 09/1/2011
Attack players on the ice a lot for Thursday, plenty for fans to watch.
Attack Skaters Begin Main Camp 08/31/2011
The main camp for the OHL Champs follows two days of rookie try-outs
Strike Looms at Colleges 08/31/2011
'Little hope' of avoiding strike by support staff at Georgian College, Ontario Colleges.
Social Network Helps Goderich 08/28/2011
Facebook leads to large group of volunteers to help clean up Goderich after tornado. this story contains audio!
Tornado Claims in Goderich 08/24/2011
Council paves way to receive aid, forms group to receive claims and deliver assistance. this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Mayor at AMO 08/24/2011
Deb Haswell has good and bad meetings with Ministers at AMO conference. this story contains audio!
Bluesfest Cancelled 08/24/2011
West Coast Bluesfest has now been cancelled in the aftermath of tornado.
Questions on Sifto Worker's Death 08/23/2011
Normand Laberge died on the job during Sunday's tornado, family wants to know why.
Mayor Meets Ministers at AMO 08/22/2011
Owen Sound Mayor Deb Haswell to talk about PPG plant and emergency services costs. this story contains audio!
Ethanol Plant to Re-start 08/19/2011
Workers unhappy, some were laid off for six weeks but plant to restart in September.
16 Foot Fall at Work 08/19/2011
19 year old hurt after falling 16 feet from raised platform while at work.
Hurt on the Job 08/19/2011
Labour Ministry investigating after man run over by skid steer in Barrie.
More Profits at Bruce Telecom 08/18/2011
Bruce Telecom reports net income of 320 thousand dollars in second quarter. this story contains audio!
Hospital CEO Confirms Questions 08/18/2011
CEO says G&M values its staff, planning to meet with ONA.
Grey County Teacher on Executive 08/18/2011
Nancy Lawler named to Executive of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario. this story contains audio!
Hospital, ONA to Meet 08/17/2011
ONA President calls Collingwood Hospital's relations 'abysmal', to talk about conditions.
Trial Set for Meaford Fire 08/16/2011
10 days set aside for trial for Meaford department under Health and Safety Act.
Collingwood Hospital in Trouble with ONA 08/16/2011
Nurses' union claims Collingwood hospital treats RNs badly.
Acting Removed From Title 08/13/2011
Jagelewski has been given job of Director of Community Services in Saugeen Shores.
Job Losses in Stratford 08/12/2011
Over 300 people looking for work after Honeywell plant closes.
Dogs on the Beach 08/7/2011
Group discusses bylaw about dogs on the beaches from May 1st to September 30th. this story contains audio!
Settlement at Grey County 08/5/2011
Former Transportation Director reaches settlement with Grey County over firing. this story contains audio!
Sirens for Life Blood 08/1/2011
Emergency workers are competing to see who can donate the most blood this story contains audio!
St. Clair Closes Plant 07/29/2011
St. Clair Technologies closes Owen Sound plant after six years, moves work to Mexico. this story contains audio!
Flower Vandals Beware 07/27/2011
Clarksburg man will pay to set up cameras to catch people destroying flowers. this story contains audio!
Sports Jul 26 2011 07/26/2011
Scores and Games
Jails Closure Date Changes 07/24/2011
It now appears the Walkerton and Owen Sound jails are slated to close October 31st. this story contains audio!
New Contract at Hobart's 07/22/2011
155 employees at Hobart's in Owen Sound have a new three year deal.
Major Skills Expansion 07/22/2011
Goderich District Collegiate and Central Huron high schools will have new programs. this story contains audio!
Teachers Back in Class 07/21/2011
Public school teachers from Grey and Bruce are back in the classroom this week. this story contains audio!
Sports Jul 21 2011 07/21/2011
Scores and Games
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!

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