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Miller Supports Heritage Day 07/3/2011
MP Larry Miller supports bill that would establish a National Hunting Heritage Day.
New Booster Station 06/30/2011
Offiical ceremony for 1.68 million dollar St. Vincent Water Booster Station.
NFU President in Walkerton 06/28/2011
Terry Boehm will speak about impact of CETA with Europe on Canadian farmers.
Development Charges Debate 06/26/2011
Consultant recommends substantial increase in development fees in Kincardine
Bailey Claims Credit for Lambton Generating Station Conversion Idea 06/23/2011
The Tory MPP called for conversion from coal to natural gas in February
Pedestrians Pay to Walk Sauble 06/22/2011
First Nations charges people to walk on South Sauble Beach this story contains audio!
Beach Carnivals Shelved 06/21/2011
Interest is low in running carnivals in Saugeen Shores this summer, suspended for now. this story contains audio!
New Plan Could Keep Lambton Generating Station Open 06/21/2011
Ontario Power Generation has asked Union Gas to draw up a plan to run a natural gas pipeline to the facility
Tourism meeting in Southampton 06/21/2011
Tourism stakeholders are encouraged to take part in the meeting Wednesday.
Million Dollar Development Still On 06/19/2011
Developer looking for financing for 10 million dollar project in downtown Ripley. this story contains audio!
Market Rent Survey 06/19/2011
Huron County has almost completed its Market Rent Survey for the region.
Home Sales Slowing 06/17/2011
Real Estate sales held steady from April to May, but show big drop from a year earlier.
Seed Money for Economy 06/16/2011
Kincardine offers 100 thousand dollars for Penatangore Economic Development. this story contains audio!
Skyrocketing Development Charges 06/14/2011
Saugeen Shores development charges could rise significantly. this story contains audio!
Health Related Unions Settle 06/13/2011
Public health workers and paramedics have new contracts with Huron County.
Keep Ash Trees Moving 06/9/2011
County wants to stop movement of ash trees to slow spread of Emerald Ash Borer.
Celebrating Tourism Week 06/6/2011
Staff from Grey Bruce spend weekend in Toronto to promote tourism in our region. this story contains audio!
Small Business Lets Off Steam 06/3/2011
Business owners express concerns to Chamber of Commerce in breakfast meeting.
Hospital Preps for CEO 06/3/2011
AMGH prepares to welcome new CEO Karen Davis in July.
Kincardine Goes For Natural Gas 06/2/2011
Kincardine Council gives green light to begin 44 million dollar natural gas project this story contains audio!
Strong Construction in City 06/2/2011
Stats in Owen Sound show solid start to 2011 for construction season. this story contains audio!
Home Values vs Wind Turbines 06/1/2011
Realtor warns wind turbines will have a negative impact on property values. this story contains audio!
Natural Gas for Bruce County 06/1/2011
Kincardine Council will receive report on potential for natural gas service in region. this story contains audio!
No Bruce Cheques in Mail 05/31/2011
Bruce County is not mailing Ontario Works cheques due to possible mail strike.
Summer Work for Students 05/31/2011
YMCA Community and Employment Services operating this summer again. this story contains audio!
Group Asks Kincardine for Cash 05/30/2011
Newly formed Economic Development Corporation looking for help with start-up costs. this story contains audio!
Bluewater Wood Alliance Support 05/29/2011
Brockton partners with Bluewater Wood Alliance, and has contributed 35 hundred dollars. this story contains audio!
Target Announces Conversions 05/27/2011
No conversions expected in immediate area yet.
Zehrs Offers Ontario Beef 05/26/2011
Provincewide grocery chain made the move in response to consumer demand
Home Sales Slow 05/20/2011
Realtors Association reports slower house sales in April in Bruce Grey. this story contains audio!
Funds for Huron Culture 05/20/2011
Cultural Landmarks will benefit from Creative Communities Prosperity Fund.
Development Fee Debate in Kincardine 05/19/2011
Kincardine wants input from the public about whether to charge developers fees. this story contains audio!
Condos Set to Rise in Meaford 05/18/2011
Up to 400 condos and townhomes may soon be build in Meaford. 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!
Best Western in Walkerton 05/13/2011
Brockton approves site plan for new luxury hotel in Walkerton. this story contains audio!
Success for Hensall Manufacturer 05/13/2011
General Coach of Canada is making splash in Chinese Market. this story contains audio!
Waiting for OLG Funds 05/12/2011
Central Huron waits for OLG to explain revenue cut for slots facility.
Another Gas Price Hike 05/11/2011
Some gas stations around the region still under $1.40 for regular unleaded.
Gas Prices Soar 05/10/2011
Prices at the pumps soar and range from $1.31 to $1.41 a litre for regular unleaded.
Fighting to Keep Jails Open 05/9/2011
OPSEU is looking for support from Councils, residents to keep local jails open. this story contains audio!
Keep Farming in Classroom 05/9/2011
Farmers want to keep agricultural teaching as part of curriculum in Grey Bruce. this story contains audio!
More Support for Jails 05/5/2011
Georgian Bluffs supports OPSEU in keeping jails open, asking for new larger facility. this story contains audio!
Big Canoe Sets Sail 05/5/2011
Chi Cheemaun begins season with trip to Tobermory, regular run begins Friday. this story contains audio!
Lobb Repeats in Huron Bruce 05/3/2011
Conservative Ben Lobb returns to Parliament, proclaims election was for nothing. this story contains audio!
Voters head to the polls in Huron-Bruce 05/2/2011
Huron-Bruce voters will make their decision for tonights federal election
NDP Buoyed by Polls 04/28/2011
Bruce Grey Owen Sound NDP candidate says National success could translate locally. 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!
LCBO Wants A Change 04/27/2011
New LCBO store in Owen Sound will be 12 thousand square feet with more products. this story contains audio!
Good News at Bruce Telecom 04/26/2011
Bruce Telecom reports higher revenues and the start of its fibre to home project. this story contains audio!
Tourism Event and Brochure Swap 04/26/2011
Work is underway on Tourism Event and Brochure Swap in Seaforth this year.

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