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Lobb Back in Parliament 09/21/2011
Huron Bruce Tory MP focusing on jobs, economy and crime in fall session of Parliament. this story contains audio!
PEAK Awards Handed Out 09/21/2011
Four businesses and volunteer honoured by Bruce Community Futures.
PEAK Awards for Business 09/20/2011
8th annual PEAK awards will be handed out tonight by Bruce CFDC.
Two Years to Develop 09/15/2011
City sets deadline for nine store development on 20 acres of land next to Home Depot. this story contains audio!
More Homes For Sale 09/14/2011
Home listings in Grey Bruce are at highest level in decade, sales prices increase. this story contains audio!
Economy Election Focus 09/12/2011
SWEA wants the province to continue to invest in economy after October 6th vote.
Salmon Spectacular Enters Final Weekend 09/3/2011
The 24th annual derby draws thousands to Owen Sound, giant fish fry tonight. this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Construction Slows 09/2/2011
Building stats show a slow-down in new construction in the Scenic City. this story contains audio!
NDP Focuses in Jails 08/29/2011
Bruce Grey Owen Sound NDP candidate focused on jail issue in election campaign. this story contains audio!
More Homes on Market 08/29/2011
Fewer homes being sold in Grey Bruce, but more are coming on the market.
Salmon Spectacular Begins 08/26/2011
Thousands of anglers, people expected to take part in the 10 day fishing derby. this story contains audio!
New Georgian Homes Ready 08/24/2011
College Student residences come with modern amenities, ready to move in. this story contains audio!
A Letter from Jack Layton 08/22/2011
The federal NDP Leader leaves a letter before he passed away Monday morning.
Goderich Supports Manufacturing 08/21/2011
Goderich has become a sponsor of the Huron Manufacturers Association
Summerfolk Begins Today 08/19/2011
About 15 thousand people are expected to attend the weekend music, craft festival. this story contains audio!
Funds for New Seed Plant 08/18/2011
Liberals announce one million dollars for new seed plant east of Wingham. this story contains audio!
Pumpkinfest Changes 08/17/2011
The popular festival will now always be held the weekend before Thanksgiving. this story contains audio!
Building Boom in Brockton 08/17/2011
Construction value up for building projects in the first six months of 2011. this story contains audio!
Major Events in Huron East 08/15/2011
Two international sporting events are being hosted in Seaforth and Walton this week.
Steady Construction in City 08/15/2011
If you do not include Rec Centre, the stats for 2011 are on par with those in 2010.
MPP Begins Campaign Early 08/13/2011
Carol Mitchell begins Huron Bruce campaign by opening office in Goderich this story contains audio!
MP Pleads Patience 08/13/2011
Huron Bruce MP says stay the course is best advice for economic rollercoaster. this story contains audio!
Facelift for City Marina 08/11/2011
New owners receive site plan approval for development at Owen Sound Marina. this story contains audio!
Attorney General in Grey Bruce 08/11/2011
Chris Bentley campaigns for Liberal Kevin Eccles at Neustadt fundraiser. this story contains audio!
Tourism Website to Promote Area 08/10/2011
Site not ready for public yet, just for businesses in Bruce, Grey and Simcoe Counties. this story contains audio!
Food Funding for Grey Bruce 08/9/2011
37 thousand dollars from province from June announced and matched by Counties. this story contains audio!
Approval Revoked for Collingwood Development 08/9/2011
Subdivision near landfill planned for 22 years now delayed even more. this story contains audio!
Ridership Down on Big Canoe 08/5/2011
Owen Sound Transportation Company reports ridership is down 7.29 per cent this year. this story contains audio!
Wakestock Begins 08/5/2011
Wakestock expected to bring about 10 thousand people to Collingwood area.
Keeping An Eye on U-S 08/2/2011
Goderich Chamber CEO admits they are watching U-S debt crisis closely.
Radio Wars are Back 07/22/2011
The CRTC proceeds with applications for new radio stations in Southern Ontario.
Development Re-Launched 07/20/2011
You may notice new look around big hole full of water in downtown Collingwood. this story contains audio!
Banner Year for Wasaga Beachfront 07/19/2011
Businesses rebounding this summer after bankruptcy.
Cruise Vessel to Stop in Goderich 07/18/2011
The vessel "Grand Mariner" will put in to Goderich on Tuesday and again on July 30th.
Tourists Flock to Goderich 07/14/2011
Tourism Goderich isn't worried about high gas prices.
Opposition to Development Fees 07/12/2011
Residents and developers speak against proposed increase to development charges. this story contains audio!
Development Charges Meeting 07/11/2011
Public meeting tonight will look at significant increases to development charges. this story contains audio!
Hospital Foundation Fundraising 07/10/2011
There will be new fundraising initiative by the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation this story contains audio!
Golf Club Closed 07/6/2011
Owen Sound Golf and Country closed after running out of money, meeting tonight. this story contains audio!
Negative Comments at Chamber 07/4/2011
Mayor of Owen Sound not happy with Chamber newsletter, comments about City. this story contains audio!
Huron Re-Launches Shop Website 07/4/2011
The new website will look at the personal stories behind local businesses.
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.

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