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April 12, 2013 Fashion Week in Toronto Tonya Miller of Hair, Body and Soul in Owen Sound talks about her experience at Fashion Week in Toronto. We also learn about the Grey County program that helps families find affordable homes. Plus hockey is coming back to Meaford.
April 11, 2013 Winners Opens in Owen Sound Hundreds of people line up to shop at the new Winners store in Owen Sound. Grey Highlands is still trying to sell Talisman. The Owen Sound Attack keep their playoff hopes alive and we go on an ATV adventure.
April 10, 2013 Farming and the Forecast The Flood Watch continues with the rain in the forecast. Farmers are also talking politics with Conservative MPP's. The Kincardine Airport has a new marketing plan. And the Owen Sound Attack try to regroup after a tough loss.
April 9, 2013 Water Levels are Getting Worse Chuck Southam of Environment Canada visits our region to discuss low water levels. Collingwood Council approves its 2013 budget. The YMCA is enjoying success in its new Owen Sound home. And McDonald's in Owen Sound is honoured.
April 8, 2013 Food and Drinks The Grey Bruce Culinary Association is getting ready to host its AGM. Plus we have some tips on hosting a successful summer barbeque. And the GM of the Owen Sound Attack reviews the selections in their OHL draft on the weekend.
February 5, 2013 A Safety Makeover for the Big Canoe The Chi Cheemaun is getting work done this winter. There are new fire and police contracts in Collingwood. The Blue Water Curling Club is celebrating a milestone. And we will also tell you why it is Toque Tuesday.
January 24, 2013 Little Optimism for Horse Racing A tentative slots agreement and Woodbine deal gives Hanover Raceway some hope for a season. The Mayor of Collingwood wants to set the record straight. Canadian cyclist Curt Harnett talks about the admission of Lance Armstrong.
January 23, 2013 Politics, Health and Safety The Mayor of Owen Sound is looking for jobs, while talking tough about a recreation agreement. There is a budget meeting in the Blue Mountains. A Doctor talks about how tough it is to quit smoking and it's time to clear the snow from your home.
January 22, 2013 Snow and Pageantry Owen Sound officials are having a tough time keeping the roads clear of snow. There's a new Ojibway class at Georgian College in Barrie. A Port Elgin teen is seeking the Miss Teen Canada World Crown and an Owen Sound skier is back from Europe.
January 21, 2013 Taking the Pedometer Challenge The Grey Bruce Health Unit has launched the Pedometer Challenge. A Liberal leadership contender stops in the area. Plus the FCC looks at some of the top agricultural issues in 2013.
January 18, 2013 Funding for Mental Health The United Way Winter Warmth Program struggles to help families. But there is new funding for the Canadian Mental Health Association and there is a new program to revive the Muskies in Lake Simcoe.
January 17, 2013 Meaford's Loss is Dundalk's Gain Grey County EMS is moving an ambulance from Meaford to Dundalk. Wasaga Beach wants help to sell the Beach. A Festival Queen returns to Wiarton to be on Willie's Shadow Cabinet and we review the NHL Central Scouting Midterm Rankings.
January 16, 2013 Drug Busts, Politics and Wind There is a massive drug bust in Ontario, and it involves properties in Grey Bruce. Wind farm opponents are loud in Durham and Owen Sound Councillor Arlene Wright is retiring. Plus the Owen Sound Museums plan 'Fire and Ice.'
January 15, 2013 Road Rage and Bridge Work The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health has published a new study dealing with road rage. A bridge in West Grey is closed. Canada's Astronaut in space holds centre court and a Lion's Head Lacrosse Player enjoys the NLL.
January 14, 2013 Saving Camp Aneesh The battle continues to save the Girl Guides Camp in the Owen Sound area. There is a billboard in Toronto that talks about another local battle and a Wiarton area lacrosse player has been drafted.
January 11, 2013 An Entertaining Weekend in Meaford You can hear a Bee Gee's tribute and local singer Allan Johnson in Meaford this weekend. Plus we discuss a landmark ruling for the Metis, a march that is planned n Owen Sound and how the wet weather is affecting our roads.
January 10, 2013 Changing Times in Owen Sound Preparation work continues for the new soup kitchen at the Harmony Centre in Owen Sound. But there is a change in bus routes in Owen Sound. Plus we take a look at the nominations for the Academy Awards.
January 4, 2013 Temporary Layoffs at Hobart Food Equipment Group Temporary layoffs at an Owen Sound company, the Grey Bruce Federal Liberals want to hear from farmers, new species spotted during the Owen Sound Christmas Bird Count and the Owen Sound Grey Motors year end award winners.
January 3, 2013 An Investigation Continues in Collinwood January is recognized internationally as Crime Stoppers Month, we learn about an ongoing investigation in Collingwood, safety tips for you before heading out on your snowmobile and a hockey analyst discusses the NHL lockout.
January 2, 2013 Tragedy at Blue Mountain We learn about a tragic accident at Blue Mountain, a new business starting up soon in Georgian Bluffs, the New Year's babies of 2013 and great books for the young reader in your family.
December 31, 2012 A New Year's Message from Mayor Deb Haswell Taking a look back on 2012 with Mayor Deb Haswell, an update on a 140 year old bridge in Chatsworth, the details Grey Bruce Farmers Week and one Toronto doctor's journey to the bottom of the earth.
December 28, 2012 Future Changes to the Village at Blue We learn about why a local food bank is asking for your votes, some changes on the way for Blue Mountain, why a new book at The Ginger Press may make you look at Owen Sound differently and what's next for one local athlete.
December 27, 2012 A Sleigh Ride to Remember We hear about the City of Owen Sound's New Year's Eve Family Celebration, the top weather stories of the year, a local driver testing out Daytona International Speedway and a very memorable sleigh ride for one Shallow Lake family.
December 21, 2012 Sleigh Rides and Miniature Horses We learn what tops the list of the most stolen cars and a Meaford trainer and her miniature horse receive a big honour and there's nothing to get you into the festive spirit like a sleigh ride and a twist on a classic tune from an unexpected chorus.
December 20, 2012 Flu, Film and Food The Flu is having an impact in region and two Mayors defend the lack of a recreation agreement with Owen Sound. Plus details on a Film Festival and Shopping for Local Food for the Holidays.
December 18, 2012 The Big Money Debate Keystone needs help, while Owen Sound struggles to reach a rec agreement with its neighbours. Plus Collingwood debates support for a casino and a look back at the first half of the OHL season with the Owen Sound Attack.
December 17, 2012 Tragedy in Connecticut and the President's Reaction After a terrible tragedy, a school shooting which claimed the lives of 20 children and six women and Newtown, Connecticut, President Barak Obama spoke at vigil to remember the victims.
December 14, 2012 Miller Defends the Omnibus Budget Bill Larry Miller discusses the omnibus budget bill and we also hear about food, film and art in Grey and Bruce.
December 13, 2012 Helping Families Toys are needed for families this Christmas. We also talk about funding for hospitals, and Canada's man in Space.
December 12, 2012 Politics, Teaching and Farming The Elementary Teachers Union talks about its job action. The Warden of Simcoe County remains the same and farmers are working to protect our environment.
December 11, 2012 Money, Poverty and the Holidays Canadians are putting money into RRSP's. But Poverty is still a problem. We look at both issues plus keeping safe for the holidays. And we also prepare for the Tall Ships in Owen Sound.
December 10, 2012 Politics and Entertaining The Mayor of Southgate is happy. The township has been awarded court costs. A former Collingwood woman who now sits on Toronto Council talks about the issues with the City's Mayor. Plus some holiday entertaining tips.
December 7, 2012 The Blue Mountains Talks Money Budget talks in the Blue Mountains, the Owen Sound Family Health Team launches a new coaster campaign, the elementary teachers dispute stops students from seeing a holiday classic and a sports broadcaster is honoured.
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December 3, 2012 Mystery Surrounds Death of Collingwood Woman We learn why the death of a Collingwoood woman raises questions, where to find that perfect Christmas tree, how to help Simcoe children this holiday season and new plans for a hospice in Collingwood.
November 30, 2012 Owen Sound Police Department adds New Departments to their Dispatch A busy time for the Owen Sound Police Department, a new logo for Grey County, Christmas classics to be performed at the Roxy Theatre and numbers are up at the Collingwood Elvis Festival.
November 26, 2012 Developments in the Township of Southgate The latest in the developments in the Township of Southgate, a possible indoor turf facility in Owen Sound, the search is on for the 2013 Outstanding Farmer and an author talks about his book "100 Grey Cups".
November 23, 2012 Politicians Work for the Environment MPP Sylvia Jones talks about the death of the mega quarry. MP Larry Miller talks about water. Plus we get you in the mood for Christmas!
November 22, 2012 The End of The Mega Quarry Plans for a limestone quarry near Shelburne have been thrown out, a new way for municipalities to look at branding and we hear about heroes right here at home.
November 21, 2012 The Christmas Angel Campaign The Owen Sound Hospital Foundation joins Daryl Morris to talk about the Christmas Angel Campaign.
November 20, 2012 Light the Way Campaign The Light the Way Campaign is underway. We talk with the author of a local bird population study. Local elementary teachers could soon work to rule. Victorian Christmas at the Billy Bishop Home and Museum. The Markdale Cashspiel is this weekend.
November 16, 2012 Dancing With the Docs Douglas Cleaners winter coat drive during Santa Claus Parade. Dancing with the Docs for Residential Hospice of Grey-Bruce Inc. Our MPP has important energy meeting. The Grey-Bruce Health Unit seeing an increase in seasonal illness.
November 15, 2012 Festival of Northern Lights Participation Lodge ratifies contract with OPSEU workers. A new website dealing with end of life issues. Festival of Northern Lights opens tonight. Looking back at 120 years of the Stanley Cup.
November 13, 2012 Grey County Branding & Wasaga Beach Wants Casino Grey County is re-branding, and we learn about the new logo designs. Wasaga Beach gives the green light to being considered a host site for a casino.
November 12, 2012 Online Dating Safety A Bognor man recognized with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal. The OPP has tips to stay safe when online dating. And a local high school athlete in OFSAA Cross-Country.
November 9, 2012 Honouring Remembrance Day The Walkerton Legion's Honour a Hero display. A Remembrance Day hockey game in Collingwood. A new memorial ribbon from our federal government. Superspiel takes place this weekend in Port Elgin.
November 8, 2012 Grey County Rejects Smoking Ban Participation Lodge to resume mediation talks with OPSEU workers. Grey-Bruce Health Unit disappointed with Grey County. Women & War at the Meaford Hall. The Brick helping Habitat for Humanity. Anything Goes! Brampton Battalion move to North Bay.
November 6, 2012 Crime Prevention & Cover Girl Culture Southgate has a new business that wants to build in the Dundalk Eco-Park. It's Crime Prevention Week. And we explore "Cover Girl Culture."
November 5, 2012 Budgets, Books and Gambling The Saugeen Conservation Authority has a draft budget before 15 member municipalities. The Great Annual Book Sale in Owen Sound. A gambling addictions counselor talks about a casino's impact on society. And we can help the Meaford Food Bank win with Kraft
November 2, 2012 Long Gone Guns The long-gun registry has been officially destroyed. We check out the fashion trends for fall. Get ready to fall back!
November 1, 2012 Royal Winter Fair & Movember Farmers around the region get ready for the Royal Winter Fair. Collingwood residents debate a casino. And we start the month of MOvember!
October 31, 2012 Raceway Report & Winter Roads Hanover Raceway reacts to a final panel report on harness racing. Owen Sound has a new winter roads maintenance plan. Check out the Thunderbird Zipline. Hallowe'en safety with the OPP.
October 30, 2012 Superstorm Sandy & Heritage Grove Development The developers of the Heritage Grove plaza meets two important deadlines. Trying to save an experimental lake. John Wilson updates us on Superstorm Sandy. We look back at the up-and-down season of the Toronto Blue Jays.
October 29, 2012 OPP and the Ombudsman The head of the OPP talks about how he really feels about a report by Ontario's Ombudsman. Tracking Hurricane Sandy. Ready for another cross-country skiing season in Owen Sound.
October 26, 2012 High Hydro and High Steaks The MPP for Bruce Grey Owen Sound talks about changes on our hydro bills. Heritage Place celebrates 25 years. Pretty River Academy needs help finishing soccer field. High Steaks -- why and how to eat less meat.
October 25, 2012 Solar Power & Fall Colours Meaford talks about solar power. The YMCA hosts the annual Fall Colours run. More casino talk in Collingwood. Sudbury Wolves get ready to come to Owen Sound for OHL hockey.
October 22, 2012 Economic Report & Words Aloud The fall economic update for Owen Sound is out. Questioning why there's been no movement for a hospital for Markdale. Words Aloud 9 starts this week. You can get your passes for Blue Mountain's 2012-2013 season.
October 19, 2012 ER Wait Times Among Best in Province The Owen Sound hospital has the fourth shortest ER wait times in Ontario. Georgian Manor wants to build a casino. We explore reflexology and reiki. The PGA Tour comes to Canada.
October 18, 2012 Great Lakes Water Levels The MP for Simcoe-Grey studies water levels in the Great Lakes. The MTO updates the work on the new Highway 26. The annual Harvest Dinner and Auction for Mission Zimbabwe. Larisa Yurkiw talks about the upcoming World Cup season.
October 17, 2012 Trivia Night & Investor's Group Owen Sound Museum Trivia Night is coming up. New inductees this weekend for the Collingwood Sports Hall of Fame. We talk year-end tax planning with Investor's Group.
October 16, 2012 Dalton Resigns, A Museum Closes Reaction to Dalton McGuinty's resignation. Marine and Rail Museum will close on waterfront. Making your personal brand. Talking with a guitar maker.
October 15, 2012 Reading and Exploring Georgian Bay Reads is back for another year. Still a chance to win with Explore the Bruce. Why Liberals are attacking local Tory MPPs. ChiCheemaun's final sail of the season. A former NHL goalie is out with a new book.
October 12, 2012 Purse Money for Horse Racing There is purse money for next racing season at Hanover Raceway. Walkerton Health Unit office shuttered. Chesley Medical Clinic grand opening. Touring the Miller Dairy in Creemore.
October 11, 2012 Jazz for Grey-Bruce Hospice An update on the rebuilding of affordable housing in Owen Sound. Fundraising for Grey-Bruce Hospice. The Owen Sound Junior B Lacrosse team has a new General Manager.
October 9, 2012 Aviva Funding & Foraging Lystek gets approval from the Ministry of Environment. The Aviva Community Fund contest is back. We learn to forage to survive. Local lacrosse player drafted to Buffalo.
October 5, 2012 EMS Response Times Changing A new survey on how "Farmers Feed Cities." The province is changing targets for EMS response times. And Hanover Raceway gets set for the final card of the season.
October 4, 2012 Hydro Rates and Food Drive The Ontario Clean Air Alliance says we could be saving more on hydro. The Salvation Army Thanksgiving Food Drive. We check in with our Book Boss. Friday Night Lights is coming up.
October 3, 2012 Tara Festival of Crafts & Tom Thomson Art Gallery We'll talk with Judy Posthumas about the Tara Festival of Crafts. The Tom Thomson Art Gallery drops in.
October 2, 2012 OSHaRE Finds a Location & Military Exercises OSHaRE finds a location for a downtown Owen Sound soup kitchen. The military holding exercises in Owen Sound and Kincardine. Collingwood wants public input for a casino. FCC Drive Away Hunger campaign. Canning our fruits and veggies.
October 1, 2012 Charlie Kelly Awards & Learning Archery MPP Bill Walker wants procedural changes with some MNR processes. Deadline for nominations for I <3 Owen Sound and the Charlie Kelly Awards. Another True North Country show in Hepworth. Learning archery.
September 28, 2012 Justin Trudeau & Portraits of Honour Justin Trudeau stops in Seaforth. Some apple crops will be okay this fall. Portraits of Honour -- a tribute to our fallen troops in Afghanistan -- coming to Pumpkinfest.
September 27, 2012 Participation Lodge Strike & Local Artist Catches Oprah's Attention Participation Lodge workers move picket line to downtown Owen Sound. Learning more about "Operation Sharing" in Oxford County. Elly MacKay featured in the "O" magazine. The top Back to School songs.
September 26, 2012 Economic Development & Manufacturing in Owen Sound The Building Bridges to Better Business Conference is coming up. Manufacturing alive and well in the Scenic City.
September 25, 2012 Wendel Clark in Owen Sound We talk to the new CEO of the SBGHC. Wendel Clark a guest speaker in Owen Sound this Friday. A fundraiser for Safe N Sound. Local artist almost finished her barefoot walk of the Bruce Trail.
September 24, 2012 Home Hardware Expansion & The Real Sherlock Holmes Home Hardware on the Sunset Strip expanding. Former local on Wheel of Fortune tonight. The Real Sherlock Holmes. Preventing and treating hockey injuries.
September 21, 2012 Pumpkinfest & Youth Retirement Construction picking up in Owen Sound. Pumpkinfest gearing up. Letters lost in WWII coming home to Hanover. Smile Cookie campaign. Youth Retirement Study. Meaford Coyotes 2nd annual cross-country run.
September 20, 2012 Repairing the Circle & Student Walkouts Workers protest at the NEC over the Duntroon quarry. Students plan walkouts to protest Ontario government. Repairing the Circle event this weekend at Bayshore Community Centre.
September 19, 2012 Meaford Library Fundraiser & ATV Ride for Childhood Cancers Meaford Library brings in another speaker. A successful year for Varney Speedway. Collingwood high school teachers will not walk away from extra-curriculars. Dufferin-Grey ATV Ride to end childhood cancers.
September 18, 2012 Central Park Protests & Sweetwater Music More protests over ditched plans for Central Park in Collingwood. A change to the upcoming Canadian Spirit festival. Sweetwater Music festival needs volunteers. Grey Motors wins YRSL finals.
September 17, 2012 OSLT in the Black & Stanley Cup Comes to Owen Sound International Plowing Match starts this week in Waterloo Region. OSLT has most successful year yet. Public Health Inspectors meet in the Blue Mountains. Stanley Cup comes to Owen Sound.
September 14, 2012 Support the Girls & Relay for Life Planned expansion to the Blue Mountains landfill. Chris Church celebrates its sesquecentennial. We Support the Girls and Relay for Life. Burgoyne athlete Josh Cassidy on the 2012 Paralympics.
September 13, 2012 DGR Site Tour & Federal Riding Changes Elementary teachers in Grey-Bruce to hold a strike vote. Our reporter John Divinski tours the site of a Deep Geological Repository. Proposed boundary changes affect local ridings. YRSL finals.
September 12, 2012 Sweet Adelines & Scarecrow Invasion The Bluewater Sweet Adelines are looking for new members. The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion is just weeks away.
September 11, 2012 Kilbourne Bishop & Dealing with Debt The Owen Sound Museums launch the fall season by remembering those lost on the waters. We learn tips to deal with debt.
September 10, 2012 Turbines at Lake Eugenia & Shopping Local Opposition to proposed wind turbines at Lake Eugenia. A new thrift store in Owen Sound. What to do with Duncan Hall in Markdale? Saugeen Shores wants to shop local. The Owen Sound Senior Lacrosse team has handed out year-end awards.
September 7, 2012 Southgate Council Disruption & Big Band Celebration OPP have to stop in at Southgate's council meeting. The Canadian Big Band Celebration in Saugeen Shores. Owen Sound Museums drops by to visit. An NHL Referee camp taking place in the Blue Mountains this weekend.
September 6, 2012 Back to School Health & Owen Sound Fall Fair The Owen Sound Fall Fair and Quilt Show. Parkinson's SuperWalks take place around the region. Keeping your child healthy in the "germ factory." Owen Sound skiier Tannis Boisvert talks about a recent injury.
September 5, 2012 Canadian Spirt: The Tom Thomson Experience The SouthWest LHIN wants your input on a strategic plan. The Tom Thomson Art Gallery joins us talk about the inaugural Canadian Spirit multi-arts festival.
September 4, 2012 Back to School Songs & the 10,000 Mile Diet MP Larry Miller tells us his feelings about prayer at Grey County Council. BALL is set with its next lecture series. SOCAN has chosen the top Back to School Songs. We talk about the 10,000 mile diet.
August 31, 2012 Long Weekend Safety & Monarch Butterflies OPP talk with us about long weekend safety. There is a monarch butterfly festival on the Peninsula. Sauble Speedway wraps up season this weekend. We take a crash course in bartending.
August 30, 2012 Horse Racing Industry Rallys Supporters of Ontario's horse racing industry set to rally. Fall weather predictions. The International Plowing Match. Thunderbird Ziplining at Blue Mountains.
August 29, 2012 New President at Georgian College New Georgian College President Mary-Lynn West-Moynes visits the Owen Sound campus. Victim Services launches a new Seniors volunteer program. Grey Roots Museum and Archives visits.
August 28, 2012 Walter Gretzky & Karen Van Nest MPP Bill Walker thinks it's too early to talk legislating teachers back to work. Walter Gretzky will speak in Sauble Beach. Local Karen Van Nest competes in archery at the 2012 Paralympic Games. The OPP encourage you to Share the Road.
August 27, 2012 Live at the Salmon Spectacular We talk with the Sydenham Sportsmen's Association about the 25th annual Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular. Later the new season of Intervention Canada premieres tonight.
August 24, 2012 Healthy Reads, Soldier On John Bennett of the Sierra Club of Canada. Healthy Reads program with Bruce County Library. Soldier On the Bruce Trail. Attack Rookie camp set to go.
August 23, 2012 Expo, Races, Flings & Fastball Owen Sound gets good news about infrastructure funding. The Flesherton Fling. The Bayshore Race. Toronto's Fan Expo. And a local fastball player will play for Canada's U19 team.
August 22, 2012 Meaford Int'l Film Festival & Stuff the Bus The Meaford International Film Festival is four nights, four films, four parties. The United Way of Bruce-Grey will Stuff the Bus this weekend at Staples in Owen Sound.
August 21, 2012 News from AMO & Decrease for Big Canoe Owen Sound talks harbour dredging, while Southgate talks Lystek at the AMO conference. YMCA holding an open house. RCMP Musical Ride at Cedar Run Rodeo. New GM for Satellites gymnastics club. Declining ridership on the Chi-Cheemaun.
August 20, 2012 Summerfolk Wrap & Sauble Water Rates Success for Summerfolk. CTV Canada AM coming to Goderich. Volunteer shortages in Grey-Bruce. Sauble Beach council talks more about water rates. Owen Sound native Jason Crone gets set to leave for the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.
August 17, 2012 Weekend Fundraisers & Students Look for Careers Hanover Fall Fair opens tonight. Cycle2Save visits Owen Sound. Put In & Paddle for local hospitals, and Push for Sick Kids hospital. Forgiving loans for medical students. Exploring skilled trades and technology careers.
August 16, 2012 Farming & Business; Antique Tractor & Steam Show Bruce Power gets its highest ranking yet. The FCC finds out why students should study business and agriculture. The Bruce Antique Tractor and Steam Show. Meaford Farm Market auction. A Sauble Beach referee going to an NHL camp.
August 15, 2012 Habitat Build & Big Bike The Conservatives slam the Liberals over ending the Slots at Racetrack program. Habitat for Humanity needs skilled tradespeople. A new hospice committee has been formed. The Big Bike is coming through Owen Sound. A Canadian playwright has a new work this
August 14, 2012 Teachers Contracts & Sauble Guitar Fest Huron-Kinloss hoping for good news from a DGR assessment tonight. Teachers talk with province on contracts. A Taste of the Caribbean at Seasons Owen Sound. Sauble Beach Guitar Fest. Margaret Marshall Saunders Memorial statue at Beautiful Joe Park.
August 13, 2012 Farm Raids, Kincardine Gas & Skinny Dipping The CFIA is waiting to lay charges after raiding three farms. Kincardine is setting up a municipally-owned gas utility. 10 best spots to skinny dip in Georgian Bay. Grey County Artists receive grant money.
August 10, 2012 Buskerfest! We find out about the Markdale firehall plans. Buskerfest starts tonight. Piping Plovers are thriving in Wasaga Beach. And the Wiarton Nationals are headed to Michigan for the fastball championships.
August 9, 2012 Sandfest & Antique Tractor Show Amico Properties redevelops the old Family Y building. Sauble Sandfest kicks off tonight. An Antique Tractor show near Meaford. An annual campaign for Red Cross with WalMart.
August 8, 2012 Economic Development in Owen Sound The city's economic development manager, Steve Furness, is joined by guests from Georgian College to talk about job creation and its importance to Owen Sound's economy.
August 7, 2012 PC Critics & Backpack Program Six Nations express concerns to Southgate Council over Lystek plant. MPP Bill Walker talks about a survey on our agriculture industry. The PC Accountability Critic wants to look into the Ontario election. The United Way Bruce-Grey ramps up the backpack pr
August 3, 2012 Homecoming Weekend It's Durham Homecoming weekend. An event will be held on Holiday Monday in support of the Owen Sound Library. An Addiction Treatment Centre gets funding and raw milk farmer Michael Schmidt wacthes his farm co-op get raided.
August 2, 2012 Raising Money for Community A special barbeque is being held in Markdale for the victims of the deck collapse. The Festival of Northern Lights gets some funding help. Wasaga Beach wants money in the form of a casino. And a Grey County man challenges the Lord's Prayer.
August 1, 2012 Artwork at the TOM and Wood Expo We will find out what is taking place at the TOM -- the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound. Plus we preview the 9th annual Wood Expo near Durham.
July 31, 2012 Varney Home A Buzz A special report on the home in Varney that had close to 100 thousand bees. Plus prayer trouble at Grey County and labour trouble in Hanover. And we hear from Paralympian Josh Cassidy of Port Elgin.
July 30, 2012 The Police in Our Community You will meet the new Detachment Commander for South Bruce OPP. A Desboro area farmer is thankful for great neighbours. There are new tennis courts at Cobble Beach and we go Dragonboat Racing.
July 27, 2012 Beer in Convenience Stores?? A Tara family is awarded the largest compensation ever for a child who has lost their parent in a car accident. Convenience stores lobby to sell beer and wine. A Durham area raw milk farmer can appeal his conviction. Quarry Run.
July 26, 2012 Hospice in Grey-Bruce & Marine Heritage Festival Grey County's Director of Housing updates us on repairs at an Alpha Street housing complex. The Marine Heritage Festival in Southampton. Grey-Bruce is approved for hospice. Bruce Power gets approval to put Unit 1 back online.
July 25, 2012 Shine On! for SUDEP Aware Doug Cleverley is organizing the Shine On concert for SUDEP Aware. Dr. Elizabeth Donner joins us as well. Then Ron Todd and Tim Robinson from the Investor's Group stop in.
July 24, 2012 Charitable Status for Hospice Board The Residential Hospice Board of Grey and Bruce Inc receives charitable status. We Run-Walk-Stroll for the mammography campaign. A resolution for Collingwood's Central Park plans. We check in on the campaign for new ultrasound equipment.
July 23, 2012 Remembering Phil Hartman & the Book Boss Paul Hartman, the brother of late comedian Phil Hartman, talks with us about a new award in Phil's name. The Hanover Fall Fair has an Ambassador Program. The "book boss" gives us some good ideas for fresh summer reads.
July 20, 2012 Pets in Hot Vehicles Against the Law Southgate Mayor Brian Milne talks about their day in court. Wasaga Beach is a community in bloom. Constable Kevin Martin of South Bruce OPP worried about pets left in hot vehicles. The Mary Ward Shipwreck.
July 19, 2012 Drownings in Ontario & 88 Keys We talk with the Lifesaving Society after a drowning at Wasaga Beach. A pharmacy expands in Owen Sound. The IJC held hearings on water levels in the Great Lakes. The Roxy Theatre launches the 88 Keys Campaign.
July 18, 2012 Business Enterprise Centre We spend the hour with the Business Enterprise Centre of Owen Sound and District and their Summer Company Students. And later the Marketing and Tourism Coordinator for the City of Owen Sound joins us.
July 17, 2012 Dry Weather & Wind Moratorium Simcoe County Federation of Agriculture talks about the dry weather's effect on our crops. MP Larry Miller writes to the Premier. We take the Timber Challenge at the Village at Blue. Race car driver Kenny Wallace gets set for Sauble Speedway.
July 16, 2012 CAW Reacts to Decision About Labour Day Parade The CAW will not pay for extra security at Port Elgin Labour Day parade. The benefits of oat fibre. Cycling Canada for mental health research. A new support system in Grey-Bruce for those in abusive relationships.
July 13, 2012 Habitat Volunteers & Skull Island Southgate wins an injunction against protesters. Habitat for Humanity Grey-Bruce taking on its largest build yet. Wind Concerns Ontario happy with a new study being done. We go adventure golfing at Skull Island.
July 12, 2012 Holstein Rodeo & Alzheimer Coffee Breaks The Holstein Rodeo kicks off tonight. The Alzeheimer Society of Grey-Bruce is taking coffee breaks. The Canadian music industry applauds Bill C-11. A university student studies music festivals across Canada.
July 11, 2012 Lighthouse Festival Theatre @ Meaford Hall Lighthouse Festival Theatre is bringing "Self Help" to Meaford Hall. MPP Bill Walker is again calling for a moratorium on wind developments. The Grey-Bruce Health Unit wants you to check for tips.
July 10, 2012 Harrison Park Flotilla & Collingwood Elvis Festival A huge flotilla is planned for the Harrison Park Centennial Celebrations. Outcome from two public meetings in Grey Highlands. BMO's latest Farm Survey shows young people leaving the farm is hurting the economy. The Collingwood Elvis Festival.
July 9, 2012 National Fishing Week A couple of public meetings in Grey Highlands about a Fire Hall and fireworks. A new bra exhibit at the Bruce County Museum. It is National Fishing Week. The Saugeen Shores Winterhawks have a new head coach.
July 6, 2012 Music & Movies; Kincardine Scottish Festival A former Easter Seals camp counsellor is biking to raise money. Meaford hires a new CAO. Music & Movies in Harrison Park. The Kincardine Scottish Festival & Highland Games. SHEATRE sings songs of the Underground Railroad.
July 5, 2012 Lobster Picnic & Mariposa Folk Festival MPP Bill Walker responds to calls for him to support Bill 11. The Lobster Picnic is set for the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre. Jann Arden headlines the Mariposa Folk Festival.
July 4, 2012 Tom Thomson Scholarship Recipients Southgate council seeks an injunction on protesters in Dundalk. A former Owen Sound Attack assistant coach on staff for World Junior Hockey Challenge. And the Tom Thomson Art Gallery awards its first ever student scholarships.
July 3, 2012 Hottest Yard Sale & Japan Trip The Owen Sound Library decides to close on Mondays. Collingwood students get set for a trip to Japan. Owen Sound's Hottest Yard Sale Under the Sun. Keeping our pets cool in the heat.
June 29, 2012 Harbour Rescue & Canda Day Celebrations An Owen Sound man rescues a woman from the harbour. Southgate council fed up with protestors. Canada Day Celebrations around the region, and an art tour in Southampton.
June 28, 2012 Windfarms & Docks The Owen Sound Library contemplates closing on Mondays. Two windfarm proposals in Grey Highlands. A new dock at Cobble Beach. And a book about the Stanley Cup champion LA Kings.
June 27, 2012 Summer at Moreston & the Elmvale Zoo Grey Roots Museum and Archives joins us for fun at Moreston Heritage Village. The Elmvale Zoo is a great place for the kids this summer. A local baseball player is playing on scholarship in the US.
June 26, 2012 MIFF 2012 & OTHERFolk The line up has been announced for the Meaford International Film Festival. The Keady Jets will host the Ontario Junior Fastball elimination tournament. Collingwood Hospital launches a huge fundraising campaign. OTHERFolk gets set for another year.
June 25, 2012 The HMS General Hunter Owen Sound reviews its strategic plan. A Kincardine golfer gets set for her fourth year of University. The Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre finally opens its biggest exhibit --- The HMS General Hunter.
June 22, 2012 Arthritis Ride; Winery Wins Award The new Regional Rec Centre in Owen Sound has a leaky roof. A motorcycle fund raising ride for the Arthritis Society. Rebuilding a home damaged by fire in Bognor. Georgian Hills Winery wins awards.
June 21, 2012 Water Meters Skyrocket; Longest Day of PLAY South Bruce Peninsula Councillor Janice Jackson talks with us about skyrocketing water bills. A wrap-up of the RCMP Musical Ride. Longest Day of PLAY in Bruce and Grey. Beach volleyball tournament coming up in Port Elgin.
June 20, 2012 Business Enterprise Centre of Owen Sound and District The Business Enterprise Centre visits today with students who have started summer businesses thanks to a goverment grant program. The owner of the new Pink Sugar bakery also received help from the centre.
June 19, 2012 Summer at Museums; In for a Heat-Wave The summer students from the Owen Sound museums talk about upcoming programs. Details about the heat-wave we're in. Derby Public School parents plan to protest. The RCMP Musical Ride is coming. Update on the Markdale OPP detachment.
June 18, 2012 RT07 Tourism Launche & Church Coffee Lystek defends its plan for a waste treatment facility in Dundalk from the Council of Canadians. New Electronic Medical Records at GBHS. RT07 launches a big tourism marketing campaign. A Collingwood church wants to sell coffee to make a change. McDonald's
June 15, 2012 Murder Update & Harbour Nights We get an update on the double homicide in Blue Mountains. An upcoming Youth Expo. Golf tournament for Heart & Stroke. Harbour Nights kick off in Owen Sound. The annual Harry Kazarian Memorial Minor Lacrosse Tournament.
June 14, 2012 Whooping Cough & Grey-Bruce Pride Two cases of whooping cough have been confirmed in the region. The ECO-Shores class will visit local farmers' markets. The YMCA of Owen Sound Grey Bruce holding a membership drive. Grey-Bruce Pride festivities. Owen Sound Otters Swim Team have a big weeke
June 13, 2012 Meaford A Bar K Rodeo & Meaford Canada Day Plans The Meaford A Bar K Rodeo takes place June 22-24. The Meaford Chamber of Commerce is planning another big birthday bash for Canada.
June 12, 2012 Budget Protests & National Park Cuts Rallies are planned across Canada to protest the huge omnibus budget bill. The mayor of Arran-Elderslie talks about the potential change to ward system. Budget cuts planned for Bruce Peninsula National Park. Stanley Cup comes to Owen Sound.
June 11, 2012 City Hall Ceiling & Harness Racing Funding Owen Sound council will be looking at mor expensive repairs to the ceiling in chambers. Hanover Raceway's GM not impressed with funding for harness racing. The 2nd annual Food Bank Summit. And the MidAmateur championships at Cobble Beach.
June 8, 2012 Canada Out of UN ?? & Seniors' Fair Did Bruce-Grey-Owen-Sound MP Larry Miller call for Canada to pull out of UN? An upcoming Seniors' Fair. The Ontario Medical Association stops in Owen Sound. A nwe CEO for the South Bruce Grey Health Centre. And Guys Caring for Kids photo contest.
June 7, 2012 Blue Flags and Lawn Mower Races Blue Flags are flying at area beaches again this summer. The Mount Forest Agricultural Society is hosting Lawn Mower Races on Sunday. Using the Percent Daily Values on nutrition labels. The Owen Sound Attack's new assistant coach joins us.
June 6, 2012 Sex for Good Girls Sheila Wray-Gregoire, author of "The Good Girls' Guide to Great Sex" is the guest speaker for a Meaford Library fundraiser. And we catch up with the Tom Thomson Art Gallery.
June 5, 2012 Love Your Teeth BDO Canada ends search for shareholders of the former Owen Sound Golf & Country Club. Grey Highlands Secondary students get free dental exams. Special Olympics Torch Run in Owen Sound. St. Mary's Relay for Life. Lifesaving Club competes.
June 4, 2012 Budget Rallies & Pressures on ORNGE Families are ready to move back into a housing unit on Alpha Street involved in a fire. Rallies were held at MP offices across the country. Our local MPP turns up the heat on ORNGE. A local breast cancer fundraiser and St. Mary's girls rugby.
June 1, 2012 Zellers Closes, Doors Open Zellers has confirmed it will close its Owen Sound and Hanover stores. Cops for Cancer at Sportmaker's. YMCA Spring Cycle. Doors Open Owen Sound. MetCon takes place at Blue Mountain.
May 31, 2012 Health Care Task Force & One World A new task force tackles long-term health care in Grey County. The One World Festival is on. We visit the Caboose Bed & Breakfast. A look at the NHL scouting combine.
May 30, 2012 Bognor Benefit & Summer Forecast Manny Paiva hosts today, and starts with some Stanley Cup talk. A benefit for a Bognor family that lost their house in a fire. We get a look ahead at the summer forecast. NHL goalie Curtis Sanford talks about the future.
May 29, 2012 Winter Games & Wineries The Ontario Winter Games have a nice surplus to create a new program. Coffin Ridge Winery is a double-gold winner. Bruce Power is out with its new guide. And a new book explores the Bruce Trail.
May 28, 2012 The Odd Couple & Wasaga Welcome Centre The Odd Couple opens next week at the Roxy Theatre in Onwe SOund. Another group protesting wind turbines -- this time on the Bruce Peninsula. And a brand new Welcome Centre for Wasaga Beach.
May 25, 2012 Alpha Street Fire & Weekend Events We find out how to help victims of this morning's fire on Alpha Street in Owen Sound. Huron Fringe Birding Festival begins. A tree workshop this weekend. Owen Sound Art Banner launch. Bob Facca's walk to London continues. A local horse owner stands to win
May 24, 2012 Slut Walk & Senior Lacrosse Home Opener Counsellors are at KDSS after a teacher is killed in a car crash. A benefit for a victim of another car accident. Owen Sound's first Slut Walk. Rotary awards. Teaching youth the value of a dollar. And the Senior Lacrosse home opener in Owen Sound this Sat
May 23, 2012 Owen Sound's Strategic Plan & Tax-Efficient Incomes The City of Owen Sound talks about the strategic plan and big projects for 2012. The Investors Group of Owen Sound gives us some great tips for a tax-efficient income.
May 22, 2012 Young Liberals, the Big One & Creepy Crawlies A Meaford woman elected to the Ontario Young Liberals. The Guess the Big One contest is back! A new exhibit at the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre gets you into a bug's life. A junior golf development program.
May 18, 2012 Cuts to Nursing & Racing Season Opens The Owen Sound McDonald's will completely close after this weekend. Cuts at the local Community Care Access Centre. Staying safe over the long weekend. Racing track opens Saturday at Sauble Speedway.
May 17, 2012 Looking for Shareholders and Celebrating Paramedics BDO is looking for shareholders of the former Owen Sound Golf and Country Club. We catch up on a bill introduced by our local MP, Larry Miller. And next week is EMS Week.
May 16, 2012 A Real Whodunnit? Grey Roots Museum and Archives' newest exhibit will make you solve a mystery with Sherlock Holmes. Bruce Peninsula OPP talk about road safety ahead of the long weekend.
May 15, 2012 Four Seasons of Fun & Mission Zimbabwe The winners of the Four Seasons of Fun photo contest. Owen Sound Museums come to you. We check in with the Mission Zimbabwe team from the Village of Hope. A local 5 year old is "snappin for a cause!"
May 14, 2012 Piping Plovers & Bruce Trail Art The piping plovers are nesting at Sauble Beach again. Joan Chandler talks about an award for Sheatre. Ann-Marie Hadcock is a local artist who has received a grant for her installations along the Bruce Trail.
May 11, 2012 Emergency Preparedness Week Sheatre has won a short film award. The Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce revamps its website. It is Emergency Preparedness Week -- are you ready? And learning to shoot.
May 10, 2012 Libraries & Mother's Day Gifts The Ayton library is moving. The Owen Sound library is holding a teen writing contest. A garage sale to support women's shelters. BMO finds out what we're buying mom for Mother's Day. Jason Crone on the road to the 2012 Olympic Games.
May 9, 2012 Celebrating Nursing Week! The Ontario Nurses' Association joins us to talk about their "value the invaluable" campaign.
May 8, 2012 Improv, Nicaragua Trip & OSAID OSCVI and St. Mary's students are squaring off in an improv comedy challenge. OSCVI students are preparing for a trip to Nicaragua. And Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving launch their latest campaign.
May 7, 2012 Video Grant & Aerial Silks The Registered Nurses Association of Ontario is changing the way the province practices health care. The Owen Sound Museums are making a couple of videos. The new sport of Aerial Silks. A wrap-up of the Georigan Triangle Anglers' Association Spring Trout
May 4, 2012 Chi-Cheemaun & Harness Racing Seasons Open Lystek talks about how a blockade is affecting their plans for a plant in Dundalk. The Chi-Cheemaun is sailing again. Port Elgin Rotary Home Show this weekend. A FundRace for St. John's Ambulance. Cops for Cancer kick-off. Hanover Raceway season opens Sat
May 3, 2012 Crop Losses & the Big Bike A local apple farmer talks about his loss due to the frost. A garage sale for the Meaford United Church. The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission holding a hearing into lessons from Japan's Fukushima disaster. A new Owen Sound visitor's guide and the Big Bi
May 2, 2012 True Country Show & the Canadian Spirit Bognor Jam Productions talk about two True Country Shows coming up. The Tom Thomson Art Gallery needs volunteers for their 100th Anniversary of Thomson's trip to Algonquin Park.
May 1, 2012 New OPP Marine Equipment & a Local Rap Video The Walkerton District Community School held its first classes today. Fire fighters visiting homes in Owen Sound. A support group for chronic pain. New equipment for the OPP's Marine Unit. A rap video shot in Flesherton.
April 30, 2012 Author Readings & the Leviathan National Defence Minister Peter MacKay visits Owen Sound. An author reading series coming up at Hanover Library. The South West LHIN finds savings. The Leviathan opens at Canada's Wonderland.
April 27, 2012 Talisman Sale, Sheatre & Acupuncture Grey Highlands is ready for a tax sale of Talisman Mountain Resort.
April 26, 2012 Natural Gas & Appreciating our Military Officials take a road trip to explore natural gas. An Atom A hockey team makes history. A fundraising walk for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy begins in Owen Sound in May. We show appreciation to our military members.
April 25, 2012 Fundraising for Ultrasound Equipment The Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation has kicked off its spring campaign.
April 24, 2012 Good Economic News & Feast for the Eyes Owen Sound's economic future looks bright. New touch screens at the Owen Sound museums. The Rotar Music Festival and Feast for the Eyes. And a Wasaga Beach native from the gold-medal Canadian women's hockey team.
April 23, 2012 Screens Off & JACK Project Chatsworth switching to at-large voting system. Youth encouraged to Turn the Screens Off. JACK Project visits high schools. Baby Teeth Count! Early Years celebrates 10 years. Kinetic Knights off to world championships.
April 20, 2012 Owen Sound Home & Cottage Expo MAGG is hoping Meaford council will pass a resolution banning a waste-to-fertilizer plant. Tree sale and quilt show. The Owen Sound Home & Cottage Expo. Georgian Triangle Fish Derby.
April 19, 2012 Local Food & Yellow Fish The owner of a former local small food market is hoping for another similar business in Owen Sound. Earth Day activities. Georgian College students helping in the Dominican Republic. ATV Safety.
April 17, 2012 Boston Marathon Winner & Two big projects are complete in Owen Sound. A tax increase for Arran-Elderslie. A local athlete comes first at Boston Marathon. Local salon professionals asked to "Cut it Out." Why we need more rain for our Great Lakes.
April 16, 2012 Tommy Cooper Winner & Healthy Living in Grey Highlands We talk with this year's recipient of the Tommy Cooper award. The Four Seasons of Fun contest. Grey Highlands Healthy Living Challenge. And Virginia Eichhorn talks about her upcoming review of the Owen Sound museums.
April 13, 2012 Maple Syrup and Cottage Shows STOP is planning for their protest as scheduled, with the head of the CAW in town. The Kemble Maple Syrup Tour is on Saturday. A Community Club Fair. A new exhibit at Marine and Rail museum. And the first every Country Cottage Show.
April 12, 2012 Slots, Plovers and the Roots of Bruce The future of Hanover slots still unclear after OLG meeting. How a clean up is endangering a beach bird. Students explore the Roots of Bruce. A local author honoured with an IBBY.
April 11, 2012 Fashion Show & Elvis Tribute The Meaford Hospital Foundation is putting on a Fashion Show. An Elvis tribute for the Grey Roots Museum and Archives.
April 10, 2012 Youth Farm Safety & Cabaret! The Owen Sound bandshell demolition has begun. McDonald's National Hiring Day. Youth Farm Safety the focus of upcoming workshops. Cabaret opens Thursday at Roxy Theatre in Owen Sound.
April 9, 2012 Water Bottle Challenge & Highway 26 Delays Georgian Bluffs' Official Plan is slowly but surely coming together. A water bottle challenge in local Catholic schools. Highway 26 construction delayed again. Sheatre tackles mental health issues.
April 5, 2012 Tourism & Robotics Challenges The newly formed Bruce-Grey-Simcoe tourism region issuing a challenge to locals. A robotics challenge coming up for local high schools. Journey Through Jerusalem in Walter's Falls. KDSS bids for the OFSAA boys hockey championships in 2015.
April 4, 2012 Jazzmania & The Work of Jack Sures Jazzmania takes place in the Blue Mountains April 27th-29th. This week is Archive Awareness Week at Grey Roots. And the Tom Thomson Art Gallery unveils its newest exhibit.
April 3, 2012 Hospice Study & Pig as a Pet A study into the needs of a hospice in the Grey-Bruce region. The annual regional high school science fair is coming up. A Thornbury teen hopes to fly across Canada solo. And keeping a pig as a pet in Collingwood.
April 2, 2012 Weather Disasters & Competitive Skating The Huron Challenge weather lecture series continues. Meaford Library hosts a series of author readings. World champion figure skater Jeffrey Buttle talks about life after skating.
March 30, 2012 Federal Budget & Earth Hour Local MP Larry Miller talks about the federal budget. Cal Patterson is back in the mayor's chair in Wasaga Beach. Earth Hour is coming up on Saturday, and Mudtown Records wants you to celebrate their two year anniversary with them.
March 29, 2012 Getting To Work Walkerton Clean Water Centre celebrates milestone in its work, while the Summer Jobs Program at the Owen Sound Family YMCA gets started. Plus a special exhibit opens at the TOM. And we recap the Attack's big OHL victory.
March 28, 2012 Holstein Maplefest 4G high speed internet is coming to Bruce County. Big Music Fest line-up is announced. 2012 Holstein Maplefest.
March 27, 2012 Daffodil Month & Mattress Recycling Daffodil Month kicks off for the Canadian Cancer Society. History in the classrooms. Mattress recycling in a garden. Attack look to the OHL Priority Selection.
March 26, 2012 Art Celebrations & Libraries Tom Thomson receives funding for summer celebrations. The Ayton Library is missing books. We learn about Shockwave Therapy.
March 23, 2012 NDP Convention & World TB Day A local NDP member talks about the leadership convention. Federation of Agriculture's annual politicians meeting. MPP Bill Walker sounds off on the slots. World TB Day is Saturday. Bowl for Big Brothers in Hanover begins.
March 22, 2012 Tech Challenges & Snowsmart STOP hosting another public meeting on wind turbines and your health. High school students take part in the Regional Skills Challenge. Snowsmart program is launched. A Walkerton student wins OFSAA wrestling.
March 20, 2012 Mayors For Meals & Clean Water Hanover Raceway talks about what will happen with Carriage Hall. Mayors for Meals campaign and a mental health talk. A milestone for Walkerton's Clean Water Centre. A local ringette player talks about the Ontario Winter Games.
March 19, 2012 Leaks, Demolitions, Re-Branding & Ballooning A leak at Bruce Power is contained. McDonald's demolished. A career fair at Georgian College. Grey County wants to freshen up. "Marvin's Room" visited in Meaford. Making balloons.
March 16, 2012 Updates on the Landslide and OS Greys Collingwood Blue Mountains OPP updates the landslide in Craigleith. A major sponsor of the Owen Sound Greys sounds off about a potential move. A new type of piercing. And a St. Patty's Day party with the Owen Sound Attack.
March 15, 2012 Mudslides, Drug Shortages & Tattoos A mudslide in the Town of the Blue Mountains. The national drug shortage and our local hospitals. A man is missing for 69 days. Fixing a regrettable decision. Are the Greys moving the franchise from Owen Sound?
March 12, 2012 Practical Farming & A local man is the interim leader of the Practical Farmers of Ontario. An increase for Chatsworth's policing costs. Going "caving", part one. And the Minor Midget showcase.
March 9, 2012 Woman of Distinction & March Break Fun The Markdale OPP office may have been shifted by a lightning strike. We catch up with the 2012 Woman of Distinction. March Break fun for the kids. Celebrating Brain Awareness Week.
March 8, 2012 Crone Cup & International Women's Day The Ontario SPCA has seized over 70 dogs from one farm south of Lucknow. The 10th edition of the Crone Cup. Suhana Meharchand of the CBC is tonight's keynote speaker at an International Women's Day event. The Art Banner committee looking for submissions.
March 6, 2012 Highlighting Local Festivals West Grey sets the 2012 budget. The CNIB gets a new Owen Sound office. A couple of local festivals are profiled. The OMHA Eat to Compete Challenge.
March 5, 2012 Antarctica & Ontario Cattlemen The Women's House Serving Bruce & Grey gets set for International Women's Day. A local high school student talks about her Antarctica trip. A local farmer appointed to the OCA Board. And a high school hockey tourny at Kincardine.
March 2, 2012 Wind Turbine Protest & To Make A Farm Another rally is planned at the CAW in Port Elgin. The Owen Sound Family Y is up for sale. An annual Conservation Dinner. A new documentary about starting up a farm. A West Hill Raider's experience at OFSAA Nordic Ski Championships.
March 1, 2012 A New Brand, A Bandshell, and a Blue Book The RTO7 has unveiled its new branding for Bruce, Grey and Simcoe. Another meeting to Save the Owen Sound Bandshell. A new study on raw milk. BMO releases its latest report on the Ontario economy.
February 29, 2012 Disable the Label A fundraiser for The Dove Loft. A local high school student brings mental health awareness through Disable the Label. A girls volleyball team gets set for OFSAA A Finals.
February 28, 2012 Undercover Teens & Making Sushi Teens go undercover to see who will sell them tobacco. OSCVI students get ready for a trip to Nicaragua. Resurrection for Around the Sound? We learn to make sushi.
February 27, 2012 Freedom To Read & Willow Trace B&B Changes for lab work at the Owen Sound Hospital. The debate over WIFI in schools continues. Freedom to Read Week kicks off. And our series on local bed and breakfasts continues at Willow Trace B&B.
February 24, 2012 Internet Privacy, Good Roads, Job Fairs and Film Fests The head of the OPP supports a controversial Internet crime bill. Walkerton's basketball team headed to OFSAA. Local mayors get ready for Good Roads. A job fair in Saugeen Shores and the Reel Festival in Owen Sound.
February 23, 2012 Water, Your Home & Cottage, and Skiing Events The debate over flouride in drinking water continues. A preview of the Owen Sound Home & Cottage Expo. Jordan's Slide for SUDEP. And a look back at recent events at Blue Mountain.
February 22, 2012 Fire & Ice Gala; RRSP Deadlines We talk with the Owen Sound Museums about the upcoming Fire & Ice fundraising gala.
February 21, 2012 New School & Gala Night @ the Movies The Bluewater District School Board will open a new Walkerton school in the spring. The Golden Pinwheel Awards are handed out. And a night at the Oscars in support of the United Way of Bruce-Grey.
February 20, 2012 Chefs Work With Farmers & Whitney Remembered A forum being held this evening for local producers and top chefs. The Grey Sauble Conservation Authority sets its budget. The Bayshore Race, and looking back at the impact of Whitney Houston.
February 17, 2012 Winterama & NHL Alumni The City of Owen Sound needs to unload some surplus properties. A joint review panel is set to review the proposed DGR near Bruce Power. We talk Winterama and Family Day activities for the weekend. And the NHL Alumni Game in Owen Sound.
February 16, 2012 Reaction to the Drummond Report The local Conservative MPP and the Liberal Finance Minister react to the Drummond Report. Lupercalia Winter Multi-Arts Festival takes place this weekend. And a local swimmer goes on to a big meet.
February 15, 2012 Meaford Chamber AGM & Awards; Meaford Winter Festival The Meaford Chamber of Commerce joins us to talk about the upcoming AGM and the Awards Night. The Meaford Hall joins for the upcoming Winter Festival.
February 14, 2012 My Sweet Patootie, Raceway Funding, & OS Parking My Sweet Patootie gives a preview of their upcoming show for the Meaford Winter Carnival. Hanover Raceway reacts to comments from Ontario's Finance Minister. Owen Sound sets a public meeting to discuss parking.
February 13, 2012 Food Freedom & Martial Arts We've made enough to pay for this year's groceries. The federal Summer Job Program is back. We go boxing, and then explore the world of mixed martial arts.
February 9, 2012 Miller's Hitler Comment & Tech Centres Closing Larry Miller talks about why he compared the long-gun registry to Hitler. Celebrations for Cameron Street School and Blue Mountain. Bluewater School Board looks at closing four tech centres for good. Chocolate milk and working out, part 2.
February 8, 2012 Happy Birthday Billy Bishop! It is the birthday of Billy Bishop. The new name for the Owen Sound Golf and Country Club. The best post-workout nutrition comes from chocolate milk. Tara curler Allison MacLeod reflects on her experience at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
February 7, 2012 Tourism Challenge & Blue Mountain's First Snowboardcross Event Grey County council may have to consider a $13-million project. Bruce County Tourism has a new design build challenge. A new detachment commander for the Grey County OPP. Blue Mountain hosts its first FIS snowboardcross event.
February 6, 2012 MedQUEST & Loonyspoons The local OPSEU President talks about the forthcoming Drummond report. Applications for MedQUEST are now open. The Loonyspoons cookbook.
February 3, 2012 Easter Seals Ambassador & Paul Brandt The United Way Bruce-Grey talks about this year's Winter Warmth program. The leader of the Ontario PC party tours the region. Easter Seals chooses a local girl to be the new ambassador. We chat with Paul Brandt ahead of his concert at OSCVI.
February 2, 2012 Be My Valentine, Miss Teen Ontario! Mission Zimbabwe teams up with folk duo My Sweet Patootie for a Valentine's fundraiser. A Port Elgin teen competes in a provincial pageant. A new Parkinson's program comes to the region.
February 1, 2012 Meaford Chamber Awards & Tom Thomson Exhibits The Meaford Chamber of Commerce opens nominations for its 14th annual dinner and awards night. There's always something new going on at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery!
January 31, 2012 Budgets and Developments South Bruce Peninsula council is close to finalizing a budget. Collingwood council looks at a condo proposal for downtown. Owen Sound considers a secondary waste water treatment plant. The 10th anniversary of the GI Diet.
January 30, 2012 CAW Turbine & Fire Plans The CAW will not sign a legal contract regarding the health of Port Elgin residents near their turbine. Saugeen Shores is developing a Master Fire Plan. The relationship between the CRA and small business. FIS World Cup @ Blue Mountain.
January 27, 2012 Remembering Ed Bartlett A huge donation to the Chesley Medical Clinic fundraising committee. The Tom Thomson Art Gallery has established a scholarship. Collus is sold to PowerStream. We remember a long-time music teacher in Owen Sound.
January 26, 2012 Good News for Local Economy 300 workers will be hired by the company that has bought the former Durham Furniture factory. The Owen Sound Crisis Pregnancy Centre is expanding. The Owen Sound Aquatic Club talks about their 2011/2012 season.
January 25, 2012 Jazzmania The South Bruce Grey Health Centre is doing more composting. A successful competition for a Port Elgin figure skater. A preview of this year's Jazzmania in Collingwood. E-Readers now available at Bruce County libraries.
January 24, 2012 Youth Films, Stargazing & FIS @ Blue An information centre is opening for the Lystek plant in Dundalk. A call for submissions to the Youth Film Festival. A group of local astronomers visit "Neutrino." We talk with a member of the Canadian Snowboard cross team.
January 23, 2012 Missing Man & Big Sports Events A missing Owen Sound man's family is now offering a cash reward for information. Blue Mountain looking at a steep tax increase. The FIS World Cup events coming to Blue next week. A Tara curler is at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
January 20, 2012 General Hunter & Ice Dreams Local workers support locked-out Electro-Motive employees in London. A new exhibit highlights the HMS General Hunter. Wind concerns and lawsuits. And the Meaford Skating Club hosts Ice Dreams.
January 19, 2012 Preparation for Wiarton Willie Huron-Kinloss exploring a deep geological repository. New additions to the Tom Thomson Art Gallery's collection. Plans are set for the Wiarton Willie Festival. The Owen Sound Library celebrates Family Literacy Day.
January 18, 2012 Keeping More Of Your Money Ron Todd and Tim Robinson from the Investors Group join us to talk about how you can keep more money in your pocket.
January 17, 2012 Romp to Stomp Clean Farms Around the Sound is coming down. We're Romping to Stomp out breast cancer. Construction figures in Owen Sound for 2011. And Clean Farms talks about recycling farm plastic.
January 16, 2012 Conservation Budgets & Local B&Bs The Grey Sauble Conservation Authority budget is way up. The former Grew Boats facility won't be empty much longer. We visit a local Bed & Breakfast, and then learn some truths for mature humans.
January 13, 2012 Community Efforts Help The Festival of Northern Lights and Safe N Sound have both benefited from the community. The Maple Syrup producers meet this weekend. And Comedian Gerry Dee laughs it up.
January 12, 2012 Bridges and Court Battles The battle in the courts over Georgian Beach in Meaford is not over yet. A union is not happy about a court deal in the death of migrant workers. Plus a big meeting tonight about the future of bridges in Bruce County.
January 11, 2012 Funny Ones at the Roxy The Funny Ones join us to preview their upcoming show at the Roxy Theatre in Owen Sound. Plus the MPP is upset about unpaid fines and Grey Bruce Farmers Week is being hailed a success.
January 10, 2012 Politics and Money Frank Miele talks about his decision to resign as Meaford CAO. West Grey Mayor Kevin Eccles says they are not changing their minds about Police Dispatch services. Plus the Ontario Winter Games needs financial help.
January 9, 2012 Making Money in the Business World Students can apply for funding to start a Summer Business. Canadian CEO's are making a lot of money. Plus It's a busy year for the Bluewater School Board and the TOM is getting ready for a busy weekend.
January 6, 2012 Health Talk in Different Levels Healthcare workers across Grey Bruce roll up their sleeves to get the flu shot. Tips to keep that New Year's resolution to stay healthy. And residents who express health concerns about Meaford project get some news.
January 5, 2012 Golf News, Charity Hockey & Quitting A big announcement from Stone Tree Golf & Fitness. A surprise for the Salvation Army's Red Kettles. Charity hockey in Walkerton. Driven to Quit. Join the Ski Bees.
January 4, 2012 Health, High Schools, and Art One partner in the Owen Sound Medical Clinic build wants full ownership. A local high school could house a health clinic. We visit the Tom Thomson Art Gallery for upcoming shows.
January 3, 2012 New Year, New Changes Garbage changes in Grey Highlands. We remember an Owen Sound sporting legend. New funding for the Winter Warmth program. A new face behind Summerfolk 2012.
December 30, 2011 2011 Movies in Review A job fair in the new year. New Year's Eve celebrations in Owen Sound. The Downtown Bookstore is closing. We recap the top grossing movies of 2011.
December 29, 2011 Westario Faces Charges & Firsts in the Past Year The Ministry of Labour has now laid charges on Westario Power for a death in Port Elgin. A look at firsts for hockey players, while the owners of a Tobermory restaurant have a first this year. A preview of the Toronto Boat Show.
December 28, 2011 100 Years for Harrison Park Harrison Park celebrates 100 years. The House Speaker wants more respect in the House of Commons. And a doctor who suffers with ADHD gives us some insight.
December 23, 2011 Christmas Debts and Dinner Keeping out of debt at Christmas. A Christmas Eve dinner for everyone. Markdale Tractor's assets will be sold off. And OPSEU says our province's marine heritage is being forgotten about.
December 22, 2011 Last Minute Gifts The Health Unit wants you to stay home if you're sick. A couple of last minute, local gift ideas. Owen Sound skiier Larisa Yurkiw talks about her potential return to the World Cup circuit.
December 21, 2011 Oz at West Hill & Grey-Bruce Farmer's Week We'll be joined by the West Hill Secondary School production of Oz and later the organizers of the Grey-Bruce Farmer's Week talks about this year's event.
December 20, 2011 Shortest Day of Play & Holiday Pet Stress The Salvation Army Food Bank needs a lot of donations this week for Red Kettles. The Shortest Day of PLAY in Bruce-Grey. Holiday Pet Stress means more dog bites. And Dale DeGray looks at the Attack season at its half-way point.
December 19, 2011 Holiday Stress & Stolen Cars Tips to cope with holiday stress. Building stats for Owen Sound. Which cars top the most stolen list? And a new head coach for the Owen Sound Jr B Lacrosse team.
December 16, 2011 Warmer Winters Environment Canada talks about our record-breaking temperature day. The Chi-Cheemaun will be here by Christmas. Southgate holds approval on a waste-to-fertilizer plant. A former NHL tough guy wants to take fighting out of the game.
December 15, 2011 Benefits and Farm Survey A fundraiser being held for a local teen fighting cancer. A benefit concert for Safe N Sound. A survey on the future of agriculture careers. And talking about the sale of MLSE.
December 14, 2011 Christmas Drives & the Glass Menagerie We talk about various Christmas drives, health and stress tips for the holiday season, and then the Youth Coalition joins us.
December 13, 2011 Power, Powder & Rivalries Bruce Power makes a decision on building in Alberta. Less kids are reading for fun. Blue Mountain gets set for a busy season, despite the weather. Sid vs Ovi: Natural Born Rivals.
December 12, 2011 The Environment & Young Farmers Southgate Mayor Brian Milne talks about the Lystek plant. A new environmental website for Bruce and Grey. Nominations open for Outstanding Young Farmers. A Santa Sleigh Ride fundraiser.
December 9, 2011 Toy Drive, Bridges, Bethlehem, & Big Band The Owen Sound Fire Department in desperate need of toys for kids. Chatsworth bridges will be reviewed. Walk Through Bethlehem in Walter's Falls. And the Toronto All-Star Big Band.
December 8, 2011 Restoring the Band Shell A group discusses restoring the Owen Sound band shell. Lock It or Lose It. Meaford Market open for Christmas. NHL Records Forever.
December 6, 2011 Remembering L'Ecole Polytechnique & the Montreal Massacre We will be joined by local organizations advocating the elimination of violence toward women.
December 5, 2011 Helping Kids and Getting Active Amalgamation of the Grey and Bruce County Children's Aid Societies is underway. A Grey Highlands student establishes a memorial fund for a friend who passed away. Heart and Stroke Foundation says we DO have time to be active. The Ginger Press celebrates l
December 2, 2011 10th Street Extension Open The 10th Street Extension in Owen Sound is now open. The Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre remembers Christmas Past. Ontario's Environment Commissioner joins us. And Ian McKay of Saugeen Shores will play on the U19 Canadian Lacrosse Team.
December 1, 2011 New Doctor & Winter Games Kick-Off There is a new doctor hired for the Southampton Hospital's ER. A nutritionist helps us pack the kids' lunches. We are 100 days out from the 2012 Ontario Winter Games in Collingwood. Grocery stores across Grey-Bruce help local meat producers.
November 30, 2011 Kraft Celebrations & Tom Thomson Art Gallery The Owen Sound Salvation Army Food Bank finally receives its big cheque from Kraft Canada. Cooking "topless", part 2. And the Tom Thomson Art Gallery stops by.
November 29, 2011 MADD, Cooking MADD Canada kicks off its annual Red Ribbon Campaign. Joe Carter discovers the art of Cooking Topless. A survey for the Beautiful Joe Heritage Society. Jason Crone gets ready for another Paralympic event.
November 28, 2011 Plans, Construction & Mini Horses West Grey completing its official plan. The Roxy Theatre gets set to "See Red." Road construction on Owen Sound's east side finally winding down. We visit a miniature horse farm.
November 25, 2011 Festive RIDE Checks & Operation Christmas Child OPSEU President Paul Johnstone says jail workers are being left in the dark. Operation Christmas Child is collecting shoeboxes. Dala performs at Meaford Hall. OPP kicks off it's holiday RIDE checks. A Bruce Peninsula boxer has big expectations.
November 24, 2011 Bruce Power Refuels A big step in finishing the refurbishment at Bruce Power. A Girls' Night for Bruce Children Are Special. Collus looking for a partner. Christmas in the Country. And a local band makes a UK paper.
November 22, 2011 CTV Comes to Owen Sound CTV Canada AM is coming to Owen Sound for the Salvation Army Food Bank. The Owen Sound Museums celebrate a Victorian Christmas. Rallies will be held nation-wide for a Durham-area raw milk farmer. A local Green candidate launches a book.
November 21, 2011 Winter Warmth & Unsafe Buildings Grey Highlands is closing three of its facilities for safety reasons. The United Way of Bruce-Grey won't have money for Winter Warmth until January 1st. Owen Sound has been awarded the Junior Men's Fastball Championships.
November 18, 2011 Christmas Festivities in Grey-Bruce The switch will be flipped on the Festival of Northern Lights. The annual Owen Sound Santa Claus parade. Meaford stores unveil their Christmas windows. And Kraft Canada is shocked with the Owen Sound Salvation Army Food Bank.
November 17, 2011 Seeing Red & Holiday Glam An NDP MPP is on a fact-finding mission regarding the Owen Sound and Walkerton jails. A call for artists for Seeing Red 2. Glamming up for the holiday season. Another Owen Sound lacrosse player drafted to the NLL.
November 16, 2011 Salvation Army Christmas Fundraisers The Owen Sound Salvation Army came first in the Kraft Canada contest -- but still have a couple of Christmas initiatives underway. A fundraiser for local military families. And the Larry Mercey Trio one of the acts for Rhythm & Pews.
November 15, 2011 Getting Ready for Christmas The Georgian Bay Concert Choir gets ready for their Christmas season, while a Tour of A Thousand Nativities is underway in Walkerton. We learn more about juvenile diabetes, and talk with an Owen Sound skiier who just missed the 2010 Olympics.
November 14, 2011 Help for Older Workers & Christmas Crafts OFSC needs volunteers to get ready for the winter snow season. The Family Y Employment Resource Centre has an initiative for older workers looking for a job. A Christmas Craft show in Owen Sound is coming up. And a new book on the Lives of Conn Smythe.
November 11, 2011 Remembrance Day The Hanover Air Cadets are holding a day of silence. There is a new cenotaph in Markdale. A retired police officer has written a book -- and it includes the murder of a former Collingwood Police chief. World Diabetes Day coming up.
November 10, 2011 Hope for Jails & Development in Georgian Bluffs Deb Haswell talks about her meeting about the Owen Sound Jail. The 35th annual Milk calendar is full of favourite recipes. A big development planned for Georgian Bluffs. Choosing a name for the Hanover Raceway banquet hall.
November 9, 2011 Jail Meetings, New Videos & Honey A big meeting in Owen Sound Mayor Deb Haswell's office today to discuss the jail closure. A new video rental store opening up. Fundraising to keep Around the Sound. And honey --- a locally-made alternative to sugar.
November 8, 2011 Black Goat & the Wealthy Barber Lots of applicants for Aritistic Director of Summerfolk. A short film shot locally could be turned into a feature-length film. The Wealthy Barber talks money. And Grey-Bruce Curling underway for another season.
November 7, 2011 Hunger Strike Over & Jails Closing Michael Schmidt has met with the Ontario Premier -- and ended his hunger strike. Our local MPP weighs in on the jail closures. Some great book ideas. Bluewater Girls Basketball kicks off a championship week.
November 4, 2011 Deals From the Darkside & Lost Regiments An Owen Sound man's TV show debuts tonight. Grey Roots Museum opens a new exhibit to honour veterans. Movember is in full swing in Grey-Bruce. An OSCVI athlete places 2nd in a bodybuilding competition.
November 3, 2011 Where is the Chi-Cheemaun? Meaford has held another public budget meeting. The Chi-Cheemaun is missing from the Owen Sound harbour. A local author launches his first book. Mission Zimbabwe hosts another fundraising dinner.
November 2, 2011 Women In War & Tom Thomson Gallery The Meaford Community Theatre is honouring the role women play in our military. We check out what's new at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery.
November 1, 2011 Adventure Racing & Gold Olive Oil A Wiarton man headed to Australia for an Adventure Sport Race. Grey Roots has a new lecture series. A local family's olive oil is golden. And our last call for reduced passes for Blue Mountain.
October 31, 2011 Hallowe'en Safety & Dundalk Fertilizer Hallowe'en safety tips from the OPP. Residents in Dundalk upset about a proposed fertilizer plant. Georgian Bay Symphony out with a survey. Local athlete Rick Carr goes to the Para Pan-Am Games.
October 28, 2011 Hallowe'en Fun in Grey-Bruce We find out about the St. Mary's Hallowe'en Hustle, the Zombie Walk, the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Roxy, and what to do with our pumpkins. Later we find out more about the tax sale of Talisman Resort in Grey Highlands.
October 27, 2011 Charlie Kelly Award & Long- Gun Registry A new town hall for the Town of the Blue Mountains. The winner of the 2011 Charlie Kelly Award. Larry Miller on the long-gun registry. Grants are ready from PASA. A weekend workshop for PRANCE.
October 26, 2011 Change Her World & Robert Pilon Linda Willis of Change Her World talks about their efforts in Malawi, and an upcoming talk in Owen Sound. Wayne McFarlane talks about an upcoming concert featuring Robert Pilon at Meaford Hall.
October 25, 2011 Health Issues & Community Funds It's seasonal flu shot time and Cervical Cancer Awareness Week. Aviva Canada is handing out Community Funds again. A Fibromyalgia seminar coming up in Port Elgin. And the next step in fundraising for Summerfolk 2012 & Beyond.
October 24, 2011 Jesse's Journey & Birds on Shoreline A Georgian Beach homeowner is disappointed with Meaford's motion to appeal. John Davidson remembers his son as he supports Jesse's Journey. Dead birds are washing up along Georgian Bay. And a local musician speaks of her stolen instrument.
October 21, 2011 Weekend Events A fundraiser for the Owen Sound Emancipation Festival. Brainstorming ideas for OTHERfolk/Lupercalia. Words Aloud comes alive. A gala for an 11 year old girl with Ewing's Sarcoma. And Pumpkin Chuckin' in Kemble.
October 20, 2011 Fire Halls, House Leaders & Forest Critters Plans for the future of Owen Sound's Victoria Park. A new fire hall in Collingwood. The new Tory House Leader is a local MPP. A garage sale to support those supporting the homeless. Students learn about forest resources.
October 19, 2011 Honouring Veterans & Tax Preparation The Owen Sound Museums are Honouring our Veterans and we talk with guest speaker Glad Bryce, author of "First In, Last Out." Later Ron and Tim from Investor's Group in Owen Sound join us to give year-end tax advice.
October 18, 2011 Scouts & Mummies There's a push to bring Kincardine's Scouts, Cubs and Beaver programs back to life. A new Egyptian exhibit at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre. Bruce County gives its website a facelift. A benefit concert is taking place in Collingwood.
October 17, 2011 Raw Milk, Interactive Theatre & New Ice Raw milk was found during a rally for a raw milk farmer outside the Grey-Bruce Health Unit. Our new MPP wants Chesley to keep a school. Sheatre talks about tough subjects with interactive theatre. A new ice rink for Collingwood.
October 14, 2011 Eyes on The Arts & Walking for Heart We get more details on fundraising efforts for the new Tobermory Medical Clinic. The CNIB still taking submissions for Eyes On the Arts. A water quality workshop in Kincardine. And the Walk for Heart is set for Owen Sound.
October 13, 2011 Food Bank, Solar Power & a Night at the Museum The Owen Sound Salvation Army Food Bank has fallen short in its Thanksgiving Food Drive. An update on a solar energy project in Collingwood. We spend a Night at the Museum. We learn more about the SOS Children's Villages.
October 12, 2011 Tara Festival of Crafts & What's Up at the Tom We talk about the 30th Annual Tara Festival of Crafts. The Tom Thomson Art Gallery visits to talk about upcoming exhibits, and the Fine Art Auction.
October 11, 2011 Fire Prevention Week We talk about Fire Prevention Week with Owen Sound Fire and Emergency Services. Volunteers save the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre lots of money. The Highland Manor B&B picks up a big honour. A local ball play goes to Blue Jays camp.
October 7, 2011 Tornado Benefit & Friday Night Lights A benefit is being put on for victims of the Goderich tornado. Blue Mountains tour of the arts. An award for a local quilter. Football fun with Friday Night Lights.
October 6, 2011 Hunger & Elder Abuse A Durham-area farmer is on a hunger strike, while the Food Bank looks for donations. A hotline has been set up to report elder abuse. We get tips to cook our Thanksgiving turkeys.
October 5, 2011 Harvest Moon Gala & Around the Sound The Meaford Harvest Moon Gala is raising money for the hospital. We check out Artists Around the Sound.
October 4, 2011 New Chief & Social Media for the City of Owen Sound We chat with new Owen Sound Police Chief Bill Sorenberger. Upcoming events at the Hanover Library. The City of Owen Sound launches social media sites. We get some Thanksgiving cooking tips.
October 3, 2011 Lawsuits & More Wind Turbines? Meaford council and staff are meeting to discuss the outcome of a lawsuit over Georgian Beach. Southgate being eyed-up by a wind energy developer. We go apple harvesting.
September 30, 2011 Pumpkinfest & Celebrities Pumpkinfest takes place this weekend in Port Elgin. A Royal Canadian Air Farce Comedian talks about the Canadian Walk of Fame Festival. Mental Illness Awareness Week starts Saturday. Hiking for Habitat and running for a cure.
September 29, 2011 Donations, Bylaws, Symposium, and a Festival Georgian College gets a big donation. A new bylaw in Arran-Elderslie is tough on wind energy developers. An alcohol symposium at the Grey-Bruce Health Unit. The 11th annual Children's Water Festival in Chesley.
September 28, 2011 Cultural Awards & Bridges to Better Business The Owen Sound Cultural Awards are coming up. Find out how and who to nominate. The Owen Sound Business Enterprise Centre joins us to talk about the Bridges to Better Business Conference coming up next week.
September 27, 2011 Alcohol Symposium & Alzheimer Celebration The Grey-Bruce Health Unit is putting on an Alcohol Symposium. Collingwood council ready to go back to the OMB about the Eden Oak development. The Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce celebrates 25 years. Pathways to Employment returns.
September 26, 2011 Dogs Find Homes; We Spend More $$ The Southampton Pet Hospital has adopted out almost all the dogs seized from an Oliphant home. BMO says we spent more on ourselves this summer. The Happy Baker has a bright future. The Autumn Colours Run takes place this Saturday.
September 23, 2011 Soup Kitchen & Green Fair There could be a new soup kitchen soon in Owen Sound. The Green Fair takes place in Thornbury this weekend. Another fastball title for the Wiarton Nationals. The winner of the "Guess the Big One" contest.
September 22, 2011 BEAT Cancer Ride, Grossology Talisman Mountain Resort could be sold for back taxes. We join the ride to B.E.A.T. cancer. Owen Sound's new police chief could be announced, and Summerfolk looks for a new Artistic Director. Grossology is extended at the Bruce County Museum.
September 21, 2011 Scarecrows and Money We will preview the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion. And the Investors Group will talk about how to keep more of your money in your pocket.
September 20, 2011 Shoreline Cleanup, Novel Launch, Johnny Cash Tribute Local Pizza Delight owners are franchisees of the year. The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is coming to Grey-Bruce. A local author launches a novel. Local artists pay tribute to Johnny Cash.
September 19, 2011 Dogs Ready For Adoption; Square Dancing Lessons A big donation for the Owen Sound Regional Rec Centre from CIBC. Dogs seized from an Oliphant home ready for adoption. A local artist featured at Meaford Hall Gallery. Square dancing lessons begin tonight in Wiarton.
September 16, 2011 Travelling Grey Bruce On wheels or on feet, we will talk about travelling this weekend. There is a Relay for Life in Owen Sound. A new trail opens in the Meaford area. Road construction in Owen Sound continues and fire costs are debated.
September 15, 2011 Development in Grey Bruce There is a big retail development plan in Owen Sound. Air Service is upgraded in Wiarton. There is a new exhibit at the Bruce County Museum and there is a gambling study in Simcoe County.
September 14, 2011 Museums and Art Gallery The Owen Sound Museums and the Tom Thomson Art Gallery will be our guests today.
September 13, 2011 Climate Change and Crops The Conference Board of Canada says we should be prepared for more severe weather. The OPP are harvesting crops. A federal candidate is still involved in politics and we find out the latest real estate numbers.
September 12, 2011 Travelling Around The Region The OPP have started their next Distracted Driving Campaign. The work on the new Highway 26 bypass continues. You will notice a new medical clinic when you drive in Thornbury. And you can tour the region by helicopter.
September 9, 2011 Politics, Ships, FASD and Big Band This is FASD Awareness Day. The Green Party campaign has started in Bruce Grey Owen Sound. Big Band Music will fill the air in Saugeen Shores this weekend and two navy vessels will visit Owen Sound today.
September 8, 2011 Plenty To See and Do We will talk about the Quilt Show at the Owen Sound Fall Fair; the Food, Art and Wine Show in Hanover, the movie showing of 'Windfall' and this October's Titz and Glitz fundraiser with Cheryl Hickey of ET Canada.
September 7, 2011 Bayshore Healthy Tomorrow The Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation will be our guest to talk about the Bayshore Healthy Tomorrow campaign and how you can be a part of it.
September 6, 2011 The First Day of School Police offer some safety tips as kids return to school. Plus we will learn about packing healthy lunches. The wind turbine battle heats up and the OHL Champions make a trade.
September 2, 2011 Working For the Future It's Labour Day weekend, so we talk look at a BMO Labour Survey. Wasaga Beach is planning for the future. An Owen Sound student is back from a trip to the Canadian North and an Attack forward gets an invite to an NHL camp.
September 1, 2011 Big Plans for the Weekend The Bluewater District School Board helps Grade 9 students prep for high school. There is a fundraiser for Goderich tornado victims in Chatsworth. The Bruce Plowing Match is coming up. A new name for Highway 26?
August 31, 2011 Fishing, Beautiful Joe, School Buses We are LIVE from the Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular. We preview the 5th annual Autumn Adventure in Meaford. The Grey Bruce Transportation Consortium also prepares for the school year.
August 30, 2011 Backpacks and Sports Adventure The United Way of Bruce Grey is delivering backpacks to Goderich. The City of Owen Sound hosts the National Senior Mens Fastball Championship. And our Reporters check out hang gliding and hockey.
August 29, 2011 Looking for a CAO, Coffee Break Hosts Kincardine is stepping up its search for a CAO. The Alzheimer Society is looking for Coffee Break hosts. The OHL champs open their rookie camp and one of our Reporters goes for a helicopter ride.
August 26, 2011 Travelling Around Our Region You can take the Wellness Roadtrip in Owen Sound. There is a food event at Cobble Beach. Meaford Passport has been introduced. And a former University prof continues journey on tractor.
August 25, 2011 Honours For The Community Canada's 17th Prime Minister visits Huron Bruce. The Meaford Fire Department gets a gift from New York City. There is a Foodgrains fundraiser in the Beaver Valley. And we are getting ready for the Bayshore Race on Sunday.
August 24, 2011 Tornadoes, the Attack and Backpacks There is a Tornado Watch across the region and our Weather Specialist tracks the storm. The OHL Champions make a big trade. And the United Way needs help with its backpack program.
August 23, 2011 Ecoli Outbreak in Grey Bruce The Health Unit is investigating an Ecoli outbreak. There is a concern about kite surfers in Wasaga Beach. A Guitar Festival is at Sauble Beach. And the Woodsmen look back at their season.
August 22, 2011 Need for Backpacks, Tornado Aftermath We head to Goderich to check on the community after a devastating tornado. A MP remembers Jack Layton. The United Way is holding its backpack program and needs donations. And Meaford is gearing up for the International Film Festival.
August 19, 2011 Walking for Iraqi Family There is a fundraiser in Thornbury for an Iraqi family this weekend. There is also a fundraiser for the Bruce Children are Special Foundation and the new look library in Flesherton is getting a thumbs up reaction.
August 18, 2011 Plenty to do in Owen Sound Otherfolk is being held in the Scenic City today. Plus the Big Bike for Stroke is coming. Owen Sound is using social media to promote its events and there is a new Bruce County Mascot to promote tourism.
August 17, 2011 Improving Economy in Owen Sound We continue with the third part of our three part series on the Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular. A business woman is hoping to re-open her store. The MNR unveils its new boat and a heritage building is for sale.
August 16, 2011 Fire, Fishing and Theatre We take a closer look at the fire at the Queen's in Port Elgin. There are new programs at the Roxy in Owen Sound. And we continue with our three part series on the Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular.
August 15, 2011 The Salmon Spectacular and Rec Centre There's a new way to stay informed about the Regional Rec Centre in Owen Sound. We begin our three part series on the Salmon Spectacular. A Clarksburg bridge remains closed and Wordstock is coming back to Collingwood.
August 12, 2011 Entertainment on Streets and Trails We preview the first ever Bruce Peninsula Multisport Race, Buskerfest in Owen Sound, and the Peak to Shore Festival in the Blue Mountains. Plus PC candidate Bill Walker gears up for the election campaign.
August 11, 2011 New Surgeon and the Metis Meet There is a new surgeon coming to Hanover. The Metis is hosting a symposium in Southampton. The bus link between Collingwood and Wasaga opens. And NASCAR legend Kenny Wallace visits Sauble.
August 10, 2011 Celebrating History and Food There is a Ghost Walk in Owen Sound. Preparations are being made for the 18th annual Antique, Tractor and Steam Show. The province allocates more funding for farmers and the Fan Expo is coming up at the end of the month.
August 9, 2011 Legends on Track and Stage NASCAR Legend Kenny Wallace will talk about his visit to Sauble Beach. A tribute to Patsy Cline hits the stage. The deadline is set for bids for the historic Owen Sound Golf and Country Club and looking at the historic Southampton Town Hall.
August 8, 2011 Women and Fishing There is a new exhibit about Beautiful Women at the Southampton Art Gallery. Young women are encouraged to apply to be the Bruce County Queen of the Furrow. We also recap the finish to this year's Chantry Chinook Classic.
August 5, 2011 The Big Canoe and Tom Thomson Ridership is down on the Chi Cheemaun. An author visits the Tom Thomson Art Gallery. Sauble Beach gets ready for Sandfest and Habitat for Humanity wants your help for a new program.
August 4, 2011 Working In Our Fields We offer some landscaping tips for your backyard oasis. They are getting ready for the Canadian Plowing Championships in Owen Sound. Today is the last day for the annual Dog Show in Owen Sound and a Meaford man wins the lottery.
August 3, 2011 Helping Students and the Big Screen Bruce Power is handing out 200 scholarships. West Hill finishes second at the International Envirothon. The line-up is announced for the Meaford International Film Festival. And celebrating the Saugeen Rail Trail.
August 2, 2011 News Headlines in our Community The recall of cheese curds expands. A couple of businesses are in receivership. There is new affordable housing in Wiarton. And one of our newest Reporters learns from a Town Crier.
July 29, 2011 Water and Land Entertainment There are special celebrations in Owen Sound, Southampton and Williamsford this weekend. Plus we go for a jet ski ride and talk about being safe on the water this weekend.
July 28, 2011 Police, Tom Thomson, Walter Gretzky Grey County OPP Constable Steve Starr is retiring. We talk to him and meet his replacement. Walter Gretzky stops by and we look at what's new at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound.
July 27, 2011 Stop Impaired Driving and Ice Crimes Police talk about how we can stop impaired driving. Plus the Dairy Farmers talk about 'Ice Crimes." And there's a new hockey team in Collingwood.
July 26, 2011 Visitors to Our Region We talk to a man who is cycling across Canada and will stop in Owen Sound this week. Plus the Chilean miner talks about his experience at the Collingwood Elvis Festival.
July 25, 2011 Health and Recreation The South West Local Health Integration Network is looking to improve ER care. One of our Reporters goes mountain biking for the first time and a new career path for an Owen Sound resident.
July 22, 2011 Smoking, Beer and Ice Cream There are new Beer Barons in Thornbury. One Reporter learns the art of ice cream. And time is running out for you to take advantage of a program to quit smoking.
July 21, 2011 A Great Day of Entertainment Sloan hits the Meaford Hall. Bayshore Broadcasting teams up with the Roxy Theatre. The Elvis Festival begins as the Leacock Festival opens. Volleyball hits Port Elgin. Plus you can help the Canadian Cancer Society.
July 20, 2011 Planning In The Community Grey County is going to work on its first strategic plan. Collingwood and Wasaga Beach are planning for a new bus route. And one MNR officer is going to Canoe for Cancer.
July 19, 2011 Politics and Low Risk Drinking The NDP have their man in Bruce Grey Owen Sound for the Ontario Election. And the Conservatives are bringing back a popular program.
July 18, 2011 Celebrating Our History The YMCA has developed a historic piece. You can contribute to a history book about Harrison Park in Owen Sound. The Bruce Children are Special Foundation is looking for your help to send kids to summer camp.
July 15, 2011 It's Our Events Calendar Show The Owen Sound Museums have many events taking place this summer. There are also plenty of events taking place this weekend.
July 14, 2011 Touring, Movies, Business and Princesses There is a push to get ratings on movies with smoking. An Owen Sound store is changing ownership. There is a tractor tour across Canada. Some young women are getting ready for a big pageant this weekend.
July 13, 2011 Entertainment and Being Safe The Grey Bruce Health Unit has introduced a new beach management program. And there are a couple of big tribute events coming up in Collingwood later this month.
July 12, 2011 Working In The Community The United Way and Bruce Power hit a milestone with their unique partnership. There is a workforce survey in the Georgian Triangle. And one of our Reporters learns to play golf.
July 11, 2011 Health and Business The Medquest Camp opens this week as the South Bruce Grey Health Centre makes some changes to help business. An Owen Sound student also gets some business help for the summer.
July 8, 2011 A Busy Weekend of Events There's a Relay for Life, a Lobster Picnic and a Golf Tournament for the Women's House -- all in Saugeen Shores this weekend. Plus Ontario's PC Leader pays a visit to kick off the weekend.
July 7, 2011 A Comedy and Chili Weekend There are special events this weekend -- where you can laugh in Owen Sound and eat in the Blue Mountains. And there is a new campaign to entice you to donate blood.
July 6, 2011 Golf, Productions and Predators We preview two charity golf tournaments for Big Brothers and Big Sisters and the Jeff Preston tournament. Plus a new production hits the Meaford Hall stage and we have reaction to a new predator program.
July 5, 2011 Energy, Music and Fishing We look at the popularity of solar power. It's Family Fishing Week. A music tradition returns to Owen Sound and the Outgoing Attack Coach looks back at his time in Owen Sound.
July 4, 2011 School Ends and Camp Begins We look back at the celebrations to mark the end of the old Alexandra School. And now that school is over, summer camps begin. Plus a feel good story from Priceville and the Captain of the Attack brings home some hardware.
June 30, 2011 Canada Day Celebrations We find out Owen Sound's plans for Canada Day and the Hottest Yard Sale Under the Sun. There's a Beaver Crawl in the Blue Mountains and SDSS students build a house that can withstand a natural disaster.
June 29, 2011 Stop Impaired Driving The CAO of Grey Highlands talks about the recent bylaw approving a wind turbine development. Events taking place at the Owen Sound library and in Saugeen Shores this weekend. And the Grey-Bruce Health Unit's Stop Impaired Driving Campaign.
June 28, 2011 Cops for Cancer Totals We go to the Cops for Cancer fundraising wrap-up breakfast for details on this year's campaign. Tips from the Lifesaving Society to play safe near the water. The customers beer cart girls have to put up with. Part 2 of a networking seminar in Kincardine.
June 27, 2011 Familiarization, Competitions, & Networking We hear about the Lifesaving Scoiety's annual Drowning Report. Get familiar with Bruce County. Bruce Power's Security Competition Team is back with another first-place finish. A networking seminar coming up in Kincardine.
June 24, 2011 Foster Parents Needed Grey County Children's Aid is in urgent need of foster families. We take a trip with artists to Rome. A fundraiser this weekend for Grey-Bruce Eat & Learn. Collingwood Theatre has a reason to "celebrate."
June 23, 2011 Spindrift & Heritage Village The Bluewater District School Board holding an emergency budget meeting. We ride motorcycles for arthritis awareness. Bluewater students put together 'Spindrift'. The Moreston Heritage Village is ready for a grand opening.
June 22, 2011 Kilometres for Communication & Meaford Canada Day Two brothers will be coming through the area on bikes to raise awareness for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. And we get all the details on the celebrations planned for Canada Day in Meaford.
June 21, 2011 Green Party AGM & a Medieval Fayre The Bruce-Grey-Owen-Sound federal Green party is holding its AGM tonight. The Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation looks to the upcoming year. And we go back to medieval times near Collingwood.
June 20, 2011 Smoke-Free Movies & Infant Feeding We hear from Transcom about their decision to close its Owen Sound call centre. Our Medical Officer of Health calls for smoke-free movies. The 9th street bridge needs to be dug up again. Important basics for infant feeding.
June 17, 2011 Titz N Glitz & Brave Women Titz N Glitz is back in the Blue Mountains this fall. Women in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia protest in dangerous situations. CanWEA talks about benefits of turbine developments. The Leith Music Festival lineup is ready.
June 16, 2011 Beach Carnivals Cancelled; 100 Mile Market Sold The summer beach carnivals in Port Elgin have been cancelled. A local tennis player gets a college scholarship. The 100 Mile Market in Meaford is changing hands. Part 2 of BBQ ideas for dad on Father's Day.
June 15, 2011 Victorian Teas & BBQ IQ The Owen Sound Museums tell us about their newest exhibit and tea parties. BOOMING sounds coming from the Meaford Land Forces Training Centre. Local MPs appointed to the Ag Committee. Get great BBQ ideas -- especially for Father's Day!
June 14, 2011 Summer Jobs & Summer Fun The Town of the Blue Mountains want your input on the Official Plan. We help with the student summer job search. Hillcrest School rocks for a fundraiser. And we learn to golf.
June 13, 2011 Churches, Circus & Construction The United Churches in Owen Sound work toward amalgamation. The Shrine Circus is coming to town. New construction in Owen Sound. Collingwood's Japanese sister city is coming to visit.
June 10, 2011 Summer Activities and Foodraisers 24 Weeks of Summer has begun. A big lighthouse on a little lake. "Hard to Spell, Easy to Catch" - get tested for chlamydia. A United Way "Foodraiser." And BUGS! -- the wet and warm weather makes for perfect conditions.
June 9, 2011 Splash Pad, Youth Expo & Harbour Nights The Order of Good Cheer Splash Pad grand opening at Kelso Beach. The Owen Sound Little Theatre receives help from RBC. A Youth Expo being held for outdoor enthusiasts. The Harbour Nights Summer Concert Series is ready to kick off.
June 8, 2011 The Storm & The Tom Thomson Gallery We preview some of the summer features at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound. We also take a look at the aftermath of last night's severe thunderstorms in the region.
June 7, 2011 The Rodeo is Coming to Meaford We preview the Meaford Ram Rodeo that is taking place June 24th, 25th and 26th. Plus we will look at hockey rivalries as the NHL Stanley Cup Final continues. We will also talk about real estate in the Georgian Triangle.
June 6, 2011 Our Troops in Afghanistan. Canadian Press Reporter Colin Perkel provides some special documentaries about our troops overseas. Plus 'The Portrait of Honour' national tour comes to Meaford.
June 3, 2011 Pine River opening; Getting Tetanus Shots The Pine River Cheese Store is re-opening. Is it time for your tetanus booster? A concert being put on the benefit Safe N' Sound. And a cycling fundraiser this weekend for the new Regional Rec Centre.
June 2, 2011 Teacher Layoffs & Soup Kitchen Closes We talk with the Bluewater District School Board about a round of teacher layoffs. A walking festival in Saugeen Shores this weekend. The soup kitchen in Owen Sound closes. And Grey Highlands Secondary puts on an a capella musical.
June 1, 2011 Zonta Club The Zonta Club joins us for the hour to talk about their work around the community for the betterment of women -- and the big annual golf fundraiser they have coming up at Stone Tree Golf & Fitness.
May 31, 2011 Poet Laureate & the Lost Boys We talk with Owen Sound's newest Poet Laureate and we visit the Billy Bishop Home & Museum in Owen Sound to find out more about their newest exhibit opening this weekend called "The Lost Boys."
May 30, 2011 Senior's Fair & Summerfolk We get the details on a Senior's Fair this week at the Bayshore Community Centre. The line-up for Summerfolk 2011 has been released. The Ann Milne School of Dance hosts a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity.
May 27, 2011 Rebuilding after a fire; Remembering a war How will Around the Sound recover from the devastating fire? We remember Wasaga Beach's role in the War of 1812. The Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Hanover ready for it's AGM. CrimeStoppers is hosting an annual golf tournament.
May 26, 2011 Blogs, Diversity & Torch Run South Bruce Peninsula steps up its fight against a "mysterious" blogger. Diversity month celebrations -- the One World Festival and Growing Up Gay in Bruce-Grey. Then we get set for a Torch Run in Saugeen Shores for Special Olympics.
May 25, 2011 Bayshore's Healthy Tomorrows We talk with the Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation about planned gifting for the hospital, through Bayshore Broadcasting's "Health Tomorrows" program.
May 24, 2011 Home From Everest First we talk with Constable Steve Starr about safe boating week. Then Meaford mom Maggie Holmes talks about her climb of Mount Everest for Mental Health. KDSS is hosting a symposium. Cleaning up your car.
May 20, 2011 Long Weekend Safety & Fun A new development in Meaford. Saving Collingwood Glass. Chiefs Citation Awards given out for lifesaving. Bear Safety. And a Dirty Deeds fundraiser.
May 19, 2011 Help for Fire Victims Work continues under 9th Street bridge in Owen Sound. Aid is being organized for victims of Wednesday's fire in Owen Sound. Two fundraisers in small communities this weekend. 'Grossology' opens at Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre.
May 18, 2011 Stop Dangerous Driving & Smart Investing Grey County OPP Constable Steve Starr talks about increased long weekend traffic, and how to stay safe on the road and avoid fines. The Investors Group talks stocks & bonds.
May 17, 2011 Police Week & Job Help for Grads The Bruce Trail Conservancy group has purchased land near Cape Croker. New early learning program in Durham. It is Police Week with the Owen Sound Police. Job help for new college and university graduates.
May 16, 2011 ATTACK WIN!!! OHL CHAMPS!!! The Owen Sound Attack win the OHL championships -- and the city celebrates! We hear from the folks on Mission Zimbabwe from the Village of Hope. Rick Tromblay joins us to discuss EMS Week in Grey County.
May 13, 2011 Spring Clean Up & Attack Force Game 7 We talk with Physicians for Global Survival on their call for a moratorium on nuclear energy. The Attack help a fundraiser in Owen Sound, the day after their big Game 6 win. Spring cleaning sale at the library. Hearing, Healing, and Hope.
May 12, 2011 Cooking, Comedy, and Theatre "Localicious" Cooking Classes. The Owen Sound Little Theatre celebrates 50 years. A comedy fundraiser for the Owen Sound Greys. A spring clean-up for Hope Haven near Markdale.
May 11, 2011 Tom Thomson Art & Dine Around Town We check in with what's new at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery. The West Hill Secondary team wins provincial Envirothon. Online Tutorint is available for Bluewater students. We "Dine Around Town" to support Canadian Mental Health awareness.
May 10, 2011 Dundalk Hero, Celebration Tour, & Mercury's Barry Stacey of Southgate is being credited with saving his neighbour's life. Owen Sound could be a stop on the Kraft/TSN Celebration Tour. Chronic Fatigue part 2. Celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Mercury's Allan Cup win.
May 9, 2011 Chronic Fatigue & Summer Companies The Victorious Living Centre is in danger of being sold. Students can run their own company this summer. Chronic fatigue -- when are we too tired? We hear a press conference with the Owen Sound Attack after the Game 4 win.
May 6, 2011 Doctors' Conference & 'Textuality' A conference takes place in the Blue Mountains for rural doctors. The Kinetic Knights finish strong at the world championships. Get ready to ride the Big Bike. A local man's movie opens across Canada.
May 5, 2011 Play Safe & Wash Your Hands! Bruce Power has reached another milestone. West Hill students are off to the Envirothon. The War Amps Safety Festival takes place in Port Elgin. STOP! Clean Your Hands today.
May 4, 2011 Big Fundraiser for Mammography Equipment The Owen Sound Hospital Foundation undertakes a $1.5 million campaign to raise money for two new digital mammography units at the hospital.
May 3, 2011 Cops for Cancer First we hear from the federal election candidates after last night's results. Then we talk about Cops for Cancer.
May 2, 2011 Affordable Housing & Boating Licences It's getting tougher to get your boating licence. A 13 year old girl cuts her hair for cancer. Mission Zimbabwe set to go. Bruce County Housing Services has some affordable housing units available.
April 29, 2011 Helping the Environment, the Children, and Long-Term Care Facilities A rally is organized outside the Bruce Children's Aid Society office. Trees for Saugeen looking for donations. Hike for Hospice coming up this Sunday. An upcoming exhibit showcases a "mysterious" organization.
April 28, 2011 NDP Popularity & the Royal Wedding The NDP's popularity rises nationally -- but what about locally? Bruce Telecom hosts a food drive. A Port Elgin businesswoman retires, as her company merges. A local celebration for tomorrow's Royal Wedding.
April 27, 2011 Bridge Work, Estate Planning & a new LCBO Work on the 9th Street bridge in Owen Sound resumes. It is National Immunization Awareness Week. Investor's Group helps us with estate planning. A new LCBO will be built in Owen Sound.
April 26, 2011 Cottage Break & Enters The OPP tell us what to do if our cottage has been broken into. A rain barrel sale for the Tara Kinettes. Community Foundation Grey-Bruce taking applications. Get tattooed -- help the people in Japan.
April 25, 2011 Turn Off the Screens The group Ontario Nature is against an idea from MPP Bill Murdoch. A new piece of equipment may be coming to the Bruce County Museum. It is Turn Off the Screens Week. We also get some green spring cleaning tips.
April 21, 2011 The Easter Story & A Royal Gala Students at Peninsula Shores put on the Dark Comedy. Nominations now open for Owen Sound's Cultural Awards. We "Journey Through Jerusalem." A royal affair in Collingwood.
April 20, 2011 Estate Planning With Investors Group Ron Todd and Timothy Robinson from Investors Group join us to talk about estate planning.
April 19, 2011 Oral Health Month & Conflict Resolution Exploring the link between grandparents and children with autism. It is Oral Health Month. And we find out how to go about resolving our differences.
April 18, 2011 Workers Concerned About CAS Merger CUPE is worried about the merger of Grey and Bruce Children's Aid Societies. The Grey-Bruce Health Unit concerned about a dog bite. An upcoming author series at Hanover Library. The Ontario Greens host their AGM.
April 15, 2011 Spring Home & Auto Care Bruce Power's latest delay to ship decommissioned steam generators. The Home & Cottage Expo is held in Owen Sound this weekend. What kind of damage can a grow op leave? Getting your ar ready after a brutal winter.
April 14, 2011 Jails, Fishing & Fashion Owen Sound's Mayor talks about her meeting regarding the closure of the jail. A new online tool for Ontario fishers. The 20th annual Meaford Quilt show. And fashion through the ages for a fundraiser.
April 13, 2011 Art & History in Owen Sound The Tom Thomson Art Gallery joins us to talk about an upcoming exhibit by a famous feminist artist. We're joined by the Marine & Rail Museum and a member of the Hindman family to discuss the newest exhibit.
April 12, 2011 Seatbelt Blitz & Ugandan Choir The OPP kick off their spring seatbelt campaign. A fundraiser at Meaford Hall for three groups. A children's choir from Uganda visits Chesley. The Roots of Bruce program gets kids into agriculture.
April 11, 2011 Big Music Fest 3 Line-Up It is Victims of Crime Awareness Week. The line-up and pre-sale codes are announced for Big Music Fest 3. We talk with the Tommy Cooper award winners and get some garden advice from the Wasaga Beach Home & Garden show.
April 8, 2011 Family Y Daycare Closure The Family Y will no longer have daycare at Alexandra School after June. Ontario March of Dimes hosts a fundraiser. New exhibit opening at Grey Roots. Relaxing at Spa Scandinave.
April 7, 2011 Sex, Soop & Wine Former sex trade workers host a conference in Owen Sound. Georgian College has a new program. The 12th Annual Vintner's Dinner & Wine Auction. And 'Soop on Wheels' to raise money for Japan.
April 6, 2011 Mutts, Music & Maplefest The first ever Dog Walk for Heart in Owen Sound. The Grey County Kiwanis Music Festival is off to a start. And the Holstein Maplefest takes place this weekend.
April 5, 2011 Improving Our Hospital & Helping In the Dominican A new Quality Improvement Plan for the Grey-Bruce Health Services. An aid trip from Owen Sound to the Dominican Republic. The Kemble Maple Syrup Tour is coming up and we find out the 100 most influental people in hockey.
April 4, 2011 A New Jail for Owen Sound? Grey County Warden Arlene Wright wants a new jail built in Owen Sound. An upcoming school tech fair. Habitat for Humanity has a new house in Grey-Bruce. We take a ride on the Ridge Runner Coaster in the Town of the Blue Mountains.
April 1, 2011 MacBeth, Blacksmithing, and Jays Opener The Sydenham Sportsmen Association wins a big award. A Stratford festival actor plays MacBeth at the Roxy Theatre. We learn the art of blacksmithing. And we preview the Toronto Blue Jays home opener.
March 31, 2011 Jails Closing, Daffodils Blooming OPSEU is not happy with the Liberals decision to close three jails. The Canadian Cancer Society's Daffodil Fundraiser. A new cycling club in Saugeen Shores. And local food producers show off their stuff in Toronto.
March 30, 2011 Sundowners, Space, and Therapy Dogs OSCVI drama students get set to open Sundowners. We talk to astronaut Chris Hadfield. And we find out what therapy dogs do, and how you can volunteer with one.
March 29, 2011 Opportunities for Youth We get a closer look at the finalized Meaford budget. A writing contest for local teens, as well as the benefits for companies that hire on university and college interns. And we explore some of hockey's greatest rivalries.
March 28, 2011 Antiquing in Thornbury & Women in Politics Gerry Taylor gives us the results of a needs analysis survey in Saugeen Shores. An Antiques Roadshow in Thornbury. A call for more women in politics. Heroes on the Move coming back to Saugeen Shores.
March 25, 2011 Busy Weekend Ahead Saturday we recognize Earth Hour and Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness, as well as the Maple Syrup Festival at Grey Roots Museum & Archives. Also, an Internet forum with the Alzheimer's Society Grey-Bruce.
March 24, 2011 New Exhibits at the Tom Thomson The annual woodlot conference takes place this weekend as well as the Old Tyme Maple Syrup Festival. And the Tom Thomson Art Gallery talks about three new exhibits opening on Sunday.
March 23, 2011 Report on Hunger and Tax Tips A new report on hunger in Ontario. What the pitch of your voice tells people about your fidelity. And the Investors' Group stops by with great tax tips.
March 22, 2011 World Water Day & Bowl for Kids' Sake Students are challenged to Go "Blue-er-water." The Hanover Big Brothers/Big Sisters needs a big boost this year. Canadian Big Band debuts in Owen Sound. The Marine & Rail Museum needs help with an exhibit. A "Spay-ghetti" Dinner.
March 21, 2011 Climbing to Conquer and Finding Your Heritage The Council of Canadians tours Grey-Bruce today. A new lecture series at Grey Roots Museum. Maggie Holmes begins her journey to Mount Everest. Discover your geneaology in Meaford.
March 18, 2011 Changing Local Economy Meaford hopes new branding will grow economy, while the latest stats show improvement in Saugeen economy. We also look at work at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery and a new contest for students.
March 17, 2011 'Irish' for new Mammography Equipment! We talk more about a controversial council decision in Saugeen Shores. How modern technology enhances rural medicine. Fundraising for mammography equipment. St. Patrick's Day events taking place around the region.
March 16, 2011 Polar Bear Dip & Health Fair The 12th Annual Owen sound Polar Bear Dip is coming up this Saturday, along with the 14th annual Health Fair.
March 15, 2011 Girls Going to National Ballet School Two 11 year old Dancemakers students have been selected for National Ballet School this summer. Owen Sound Tourism launches a new contest. The Sugar Bush Plus Breakfast is upon us. And we take the PLUNGE into March Break activities.
March 14, 2011 Do The Math Challenge Summer beach carnivals in jeopardy in Saugeen Shores. New equipment at the Southampton hospital and free concerts at the Village at Blue. OPP warn us of frauds this month. A 15 year-old lives out of a food hamper for a week.
March 10, 2011 Budgets, Repositories, and Organic Crops We get an update on the Meaford budget and Deep Geological Repository processes. It's library card sign-up month. Helping African orphans feed themselves with sustainable, healthy crops.
March 9, 2011 The Crone Cup & County Towne Players Bruce Power makes another big donation and Walkerton's County Towne Players are resurrected. The lost art of loom art. And then Fred Wallace previews the Crone Cup.
March 8, 2011 International Women's Day Centennial Year We celebrate the 100th year of International Women's Day by highlighting local women of distinction.
March 7, 2011 Remembering Chief Ralph Akiwenzie The Chief of Saugeen First Nations reflects on the life of Chippewas of Nawash Chief Ralph Akiwenzie. Pearls and Politics ready to open. A local match-maker sets us up, and a local lacrosse player makes his NLL debut.
March 4, 2011 Sportsmen, Sexsmith & Siskins The annual Sydenham Sportsmens Association Dinner is coming up. An earth-shaking challenge at BCM&CC. Ron Sexsmith playing in Collingwood and Junior C hockey championship series opening up.
March 2, 2011 Wakestock, Headaches and Hugs Wakestock hopes to return to Collingwood this summer. The annual ham fundraiser is back for Bruce children are Special. Chesley hugs it out, and we take care of migraines.
March 1, 2011 Exchange Students and Curling for Kids This month is full of pre-Summerfolk concerts. We go Curling for Kids Sake, while Owen Sound students host French-exchange students. A comic book artist from Meaford is making history fun.
February 28, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews is in to take your calls at 519-376-7777 or 1-800-265-3757
February 23, 2011 Diabetes Day & Meaford Chamber Awards It is "Diabetes Day at the Mall." The Health Unit has a challenge for teens to quite smoking, or never start. And the Meaford Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations for its annual awards night.
February 22, 2011 Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain Frank Phillips of the SIU fills us in on a shootout north of Owen Sound involving OPP. Preventing Vascular Dementia. Honouring Kirk Maltby. Building better business, and building an observatory.
February 21, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
February 18, 2011 Family Day Events & Maple Syrup Tapping! For the first time, Owen Sound is going to play host for one of the province's biggest farming events. We get the low-down on what to do for Family Day, and the first Maple Syrup Tapping of the season happens this weekend.
February 17, 2011 Heart Health & Robots A fish may go extinct, that many of us don't even know exists in Georgian Bay. Four hours of exercise for the Heart & Stroke Foundation. A robot made of high school students, and a move for the Emancipation Festival.
February 16, 2011 RRSP Contributions & Skijoring at Cobble Beach We get a visit from Investors Group, as the deadline for RSP contributions looms. Cobble Beach is hosting a skijoring race this weekend and fun events for Family Day.
February 15, 2011 Juliette Mageau Master Psychic Juliette Mageau takes callers for the hour.
February 14, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
February 10, 2011 Bright Future for Georgian College Habitat for Humanity Grey-Bruce looking for donated land. The Grey-Bruce Health Unit gets immunizations up to date. Georgian College's enrolment is booming. And a call to artists for banners around the Owen Sound harbour.
February 8, 2011 Black Family Supports Mission Zimbabwe The Grey Bruce Health Services opens Markdale hospital after an influenza A outbreak. Bruce Power gets the green light from the CNSC. It's Black History Month at Grey Roots, and the Black Family plays benefit concert.
February 4, 2011 More Wind Debate and Weekend Events A group in Grey Highlands is opposed to a decision to allow transmission lines. The 11th Annual Brian Synder Snowmobile ride is Saturday. MedQUEST is accepting applications for this summer's program.
February 3, 2011 OS Open for Business; Helping a Refugee Family Owen Sound Mayor Deb Haswell meets with the Economic Development Committee. Two Bruce County women are Faces of Farming. A refugee family relocates from Egypt and a Youth Film Festival at the Galaxy Cinemas.
February 2, 2011 Police Survey and the Mayor's Lunch The OPP want to know what you think of them. Watching out for scams in the modelling industry the focus of a forum in Owen Sound. And the Owen Sound and District Chamber of Commerce talking with area mayors
February 1, 2011 How Much More of Winter Can We Take? Winter driving tips from the OPP and details about the Wiarton Willie Festival. Also, a pre-OMB hearing in Markdale, a Youth Forum, and Bruce Telecom celebrates 100 years.
January 28, 2011 Climbing for a Cause A fundraising gala to support a Meaford woman who is climbing Mount Everest for mental health awareness. The Reel Festival takes place in Owen Sound and Grade 7/8 students prep for a French exchange.
January 27, 2011 The Navy Corps and Walk For Memories A program similar to the Sea Cadets is returning to Owen Sound. A local lawyer is launching his third children's book. And we'll Walk for Memories this weekend to support Alzheimers research.
January 26, 2011 Mental Health First Aid The Jack Project promotes mental health awareness and suicide prevention. Plans for the Chesley Medical Clinic delayed. Staying safe on snowmobile trails, and West Grey on YouTube.
January 25, 2011 Motorized Safety A dramatic snowmobile rescue in Tobermory. The Alzheimer's Society hosts a dementia and driving workshop. Plus, a top honour for a Bruce County destination and the Chamber weighs in on the Meaford library.
January 24, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
January 21, 2011 Words Aloud Artist and Movies in School Blue Mountains on the hunt for a new CAO - Then we hear of a development in Collingwood that has been on the minds of many in the town - a words aloud artist returns to the area this weekend and out student reporter delves into studying movies in school.
January 20, 2011 Literacy and the House of Orange We hear of how Saugeen Shores combines Sustainability and volunteering, how Maclean Engineers ramps up production, we get set for Literacy Day and learn why Walkerton is going Orange.
January 19, 2011 Wiarton Willie and RRSP's We get a glimpse of this year's Wiarton Willie Festival. Plus preview the production "Another Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Checkerboard." And we talk to the Investors Group about RRSP's.
January 18, 2011 Stop smoking and pick up a great read! We hear how the Crows Nest in Tobermory is on its way to rebuild - this is National Non Smoking week and the reasons to quit - what is going on in Collingwood for the Mayor this year and her council as well as a great book review for an Owen Sound author.
January 17, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
January 14, 2011 Maple syrup and events We hear its not too late to get your flu shot - that its time to think spring with maple syrup - we hear of two events going on in the area an ice show and an art show and then Fred joins us with some curling news.
January 13, 2011 Walkable and Skating We check in with the building stats from Georgian Bluffs - the Bruce Children are Special Foundation report a successful Christmas season and hearing how to make our community more walkable. Then there is a new program to get little ones on the ice and re
January 12, 2011 Budgets and Fundraising We check in with the preliminary budget talks with Owen Sound Council - Paul Weitendorf from the Owen Sound Hospital Angel Tree Campaign gives us an update - we hear of some changes coming to the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre and then we talk wi
January 11, 2011 Turbines and Hockey Talk More wind turbine talk in Saugeen Shores - we get our highschool students ready for any natural disaster and then hockey talk with the Paul Henderson Jersey tour and the OHL Trade deadline.
January 10, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
January 7, 2011 Volunteering We find out more about the Childrens Safety Village in Owen Sound that is making the rounds - we hear the SCOBE awards have been cancelled and then we turn to volunteering....for both the Heart and Stroke Foundation and St John's Ambulance of Grey bruce.
January 6, 2011 Agriculture and your credit The number of Flu cases is on the rise in Grey Bruce - the Minister of Agriculture speaks at Farmers week - new events at the Tom Thomson art gallery and getting your credit under control.
January 5, 2011 Helping pets and getting in the gym We look into the RIDE numbers for this past holiday season - we hear of a life saving donation for pets - the call is out for volunteers for Mission Zimbabwe and the crowds at the gym these days are big.
January 4, 2011 Weather and Boxing We take a look at the top weather stories of 2010 - speak to a winner of a big trip - see how the Fred Haines exhibit made out in Meaford and then speak with boxing legend George Chuvalo.
January 3, 2011 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
December 31, 2010 New Years Eve The city of Owen Sound celebrates the end of 2010 family style - more recycling coming Saugeen Shores way in 2011 - a big even tonight in Hanover for the Big Brothers and Sisters association and Fred Wallace joins us with a wrap of this years best sportin
December 30, 2010 Keeping you safe and looking to Valentines Day We look at cooking tips to keep you safe as we head into New Years eve - wanting kids to get outside and play for a contest - looking ahead to valentines day and a little naughtiness and Fred recaps another Attack win.
December 29, 2010 Beating boredom and saving a landmark. We get to the bottom of the Tailsman resort story- we looking into the second annual youth film festival - St George's Church in Owen Sound needs your help and we recap the Attacks win last night.
December 28, 2010 Some books to curl up with We talk of how Miracle Place in Wiarton has it's new tenants - the OPP in Markdale are in dire need of new digs - curling up with two books as on geneology and one on the greatest goals in hockey.
December 24, 2010 Christmas Eve As the big night is here...we reflect on the true meaning of Christmas from funds raised during the Christmas Fund Broadcast - to a nine year old donating all her Christmas gifts.
December 23, 2010 Hockey Safety Dave Barrett talks about the Saugeen Economic Development for the 4th quarter of 2010. We speak of recycling gift wrap in Owen Sound, the severity of hockey concussions and one Owen Sound Attack headlining from the goal.
December 22, 2010 Tourism in Bruce and The Ski Champ Recovers The Sensory Garden in Saugeen Shores has reached their fundraising goal - a new face at the helm of Bruce County Tourism - a great contest wanting you to deck your halls to the hilt - and the golden girl of the slopes from Owen Sound continues her recover
December 21, 2010 Every penny counts The Big Brothers and Big sisters of Hanover & District will stay open thanks to donations - House prices are on the rise - have you ever wondered where your food comes from especially this week before Christmas....and we feature the youngest driver to rea
December 17, 2010 Holiday Safety & the true meaning of the season We talk with Greg Nichol about holiday decorating safety, then we find out why home inspections are so important....a man from Collingwood shows us the true meaning of Christmas and finally a new business sets up shop in the area for sports marketing.
December 16, 2010 The Kettle campaign and a boy need your help More snow!!!!!! So we have tips on safe shovelling. The Salvation Army Kettle campaign is 40-thousand dollars of it's goal with only 8 days to go. A very special sleigh ride fundraiser going on this weekend in Shallow Lake and a world class concert comes
December 15, 2010 Heating Bills and Adoption The Stanley Cup is coming to Owen Sound this weekend and we talk all about helping low income families with their heating bills. Finally a two part series on adoption with both sides of the story.
December 14, 2010 Snowstorms and Chocolate We check to see how the snowstorm has impacted the region and caused a dramatic rescue in the Sarnia area. Plus we continue our three part series on chocolate. And we talk about the bright future for Attack players.
December 10, 2010 Walk thru Bethlehem The United Way of Bruce Grey got a huge cash injection from Bruce Power - the old fashioned Holstein Santa Parade goes this weekend - a small hamlet near Barrie looking to restore their grist mill and the poignant Walk Thru Bethlehem event going on in Wal
December 9, 2010 Authors and Sweets We talk about a real estate deal that involves the Owen Sound Harbour.....then the second part in our series on Holiday sweets - and an authors open house and a flush of a new exhibit at Meaford Museum.
December 7, 2010 Getting Into Christmas Mood We hear from figure skating champion David Pelletier about coming to Owen Sound. Plus a special Christmas presentation at the Meaford Hall this week. And how to deal with Alzheimers over the holidays.
December 6, 2010 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
December 3, 2010 The Christmas Fund Broadcast We are getting ready for the CFOS Sun Times Christmas Fund Broadcast on Sunday.
December 2, 2010 Getting You In the Mood for Christmas If you want to get in the mood for Christmas, the All Star Big Band is getting ready for its Concert in Owen Sound.
December 2, 2010 National day of remembrance We talk of a new business survey to hit Owen Sound - the 3rd annual Craft Show at Grey Roots - The return of the Toronto All Star Big Band and we mark the National Day of Remembrance that comes up December 6th.
December 1, 2010 Getting Into Christmas Spirit The Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre gets into the Christmas Spirit. The Sultans of String are coming to Owen Sound to entertain and we tell you how the Tom Thomson Art Gallery marks World Aids Day.
November 30, 2010 Kat Von D and Diabetes The popular Kat Von D talks about her new book. Plus we take a look at the serious issue of Diabetes.
November 26, 2010 Christmas events galore Christmas events wrap the entire Grey and Bruce with holiday spirit this weekend....from the Markdale to the Walkerton parade...the festival in the park in Owen Sound and tasty holidays treats.
November 25, 2010 Saying farewell and breaking barriers Mayor Ruth Lovell Stanners bids farewell to her office - we talk about a christmas in the country event - it is experimental learning week and a film about a ground breaking native artist.
November 24, 2010 Work in Our Community Meaford's CAO talks about a pending lawsuit. The Owen Sound Family Y is getting set to host an Open House. The Alzheimer's Society has a gift idea. And a Collingwood couple is honoured for their restoration work.
November 23, 2010 Getting Active on our Streets Flesherton wants to know how friendly its streets are. You can walk the streets in Meaford and find the Unique Boutique. And we have some Gymnastics fun.
November 19, 2010 Christmas Arrives in Owen Sound! The Festival of Northern Lights...the Santa Parade...Christmas is in FULL SWING in Owen Sound this weekend!
November 18, 2010 Charity and Special Events As we gear up for the holiday season we see the breakdown of money given to local charities from the United Way....then we take a look at both the new craftshow going on this weekend in Owen Sound as well as a popular music series at the Bruce County Muse
November 17, 2010 Owen Sound Hospital Foundation The Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation will talk about its Christmas Angel campaign.
November 16, 2010 Helping The Community You can help the Bruce Children are Special Foundation get funding. The United Way wants to help give winter coats to those in need and MADD launches its winter campaign.
November 15, 2010 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
November 12, 2010 Thousand Nativities We discuss the award the Federal government is offering to teachers, the numbers at Meaford Hall have been outstanding this year as we discuss with house manager Susan Lake. We also explain the Thousand Nativities display in Walkerton and a fundraiser for
November 11, 2010 Remembrance Day 2010 We remember those who have and are serving so we may live in freedom.
November 10, 2010 Hello Dolly......and a very special nurse.... We speak with Ted Horton who is a veteran that was at OSCVI to see the special memorial - Robert Legace tells us of a very special play going on at Sacred Heart Highschool - President of the OSLT is excited of tonights Hello Dolly opening and Susan Dixon
November 9, 2010 The Importance of Numbers The Mayor of Georgian Bluffs talks about the new biodigestor. Seniors can get active with the Georgian Bay Folk Society. Kara Darnley talks about her 'Wipeout'. And a numerologist talks about what numbers can tell you about yourself.
November 8, 2010 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
November 5, 2010 Change your clocks and Spoken Word We talk about the only municipal recount in Southgate - Tom Potter tells us its more than just your clocks that need changed and checked this Saturday Night - The 7th Words Aloud Festival this weekend and how the video game experience has changed.
November 4, 2010 Didn't I hear that song on that commercial? We hear an update on where the investigation into the disappearance of Lisa Maas stands....then Jim Merrian lets us in on the Georgian Riding Association Fundraiser this weekend and finally Joel Plaskett joins you'll know his music.
November 3, 2010 The Head Book Lover & Piping Plovers We introduce you to the new chief librarian in Owen Sound - talk about our kid's eating habits. As well as a nine year old makes a difference for the plight of the piping plovers and the reason there will be no snowcross this year.
November 2, 2010 Info at your fingertips and IFOA We get an update on the Crystal Meth Task Force, learn how West Grey is keeping us up to date. Find out how Owen Sound got to be on the IFOA and how plans are moving along towards the 2011 Canadian Mens Fastball Tourney.
November 1, 2010 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
October 29, 2010 Halloween Fun & Safety We start with the full interview with the lead inspector on the Lisa Maas case - then we turn to the words Trick and Eat...Halloween dating and safety and a great NHL ref!
October 28, 2010 Phone Books and Hallowe'en MPP Bill Murdoch tells us why he plans to recycle the new phone books. Plus we talk to a medium about life after death and go costume shopping for Hallowe'en.
October 27, 2010 Taking Care of Your Money The Investors Group will join us in studio to talk about tax minimization. Plus good news for Hanover Big Brothers and Big Sisters. And bad news for Snowcross fans.
October 26, 2010 After The Election The day after the municipal election, we have some comments from the Owen Sound and Meaford races.
October 25, 2010 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
October 22, 2010 Digging deeper for great causes It has been provincial library week - we have a great fundraiser with "My Sweet Patootie" to talk about and a very unique fundraiser as well.
October 21, 2010 Knowledge Is Power You can train the brain with a Trivia Challenge in Owen Sound. There is a new minister at the Meaford United Church. And we teach you how to train properly for this weekend's fun run.
October 20, 2010 Health and Wind Make Headlines We look at the VRE outbreak at the Wiarton hospital and the plans for a wind farm near Annan. Plus you can take part in the Great Big Crunch and some Hallowe'en events at the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre.
October 19, 2010 For Your Health It is Healthy Workplace Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We talk about both this hour.
October 18, 2010 The Messenger Files Carole Matthews will host Messenger Files Monday and take your calls -- (519) 376-7777.
October 15, 2010 Crafts and and Anniversary Foodbank Thanksgiving food drive falls very short of it's goal. The 29th annual Tara Festival of Crafts starts today and there is a rabies clinic in Owen Sound on Saturday.
October 14, 2010 Owen Sound Native in Chile We hear from Owen Sound native Eva Salinas who is covering the remarkable mine rescue in Chile. Plus an apartment building destroyed by fire will be rebuilt.
October 13, 2010 The Shriners Are Coming Rob White and Dan Ward join us to talk about the Shriner's Fall Ceremonial in Owen Sound this weekend, and their big parade. Plus we look at the issues of agriculture and affordable housing.
October 12, 2010 Heart Walk and Cultural Awards We preview a few very important events. Owen Sound hands out its Cultural Awards. We preview the Mother Daughter Family Walk for Heart and Stroke and the Woodies have a new coach.
October 8, 2010 Thanksgiving and Giving Thanks As we prepare for the holiday we think of those who go without and how we can help as well as keeping our turkey feast not only tasty but safe.
October 7, 2010 Laughing With A Healthy Smile The Grey Bruce Health Unit has the Healthy Smile program. And you can laugh for a good cause tonight.
October 6, 2010 Health And Safety We look at how you can prevent child abuse. Fire prevention takes centre stage in Grey Highlands. A special lecture tonight on schizophrenia. And the health unit's latest tool to quit smoking.
October 5, 2010 Election and Restaurant money A familiar face is leaving the Georgian Bay Folk Society. Those elections signs are money makers and a restaurant owner listens to the customer.
September 30, 2010 Wild and Wacky Subjects We prepare for the Scarecrow Invasion in Meaford and talk to the Archivist with Ripley's Believe It or Not.
September 28, 2010 Day by Day and Firsts Over 40 A local woman receives big kudos in Ireland. You can purchase a historical day planner and there is a First Over 40 contest for women.
March 1, 2010 Today Marks 70 Years at CFOS Today is the day 560 CFOS AM celebrates 70 years of broadcasting. We will hear from former hosts and announcers and you are invited to call and be a part of the fun.
February 26, 2010 Preparing for CFOS 70th Anniversary Bayshore Broadcasting Sports Director Fred Wallace has put together a collage of memories from CFOS alumni ahead of the station's 70th anniversary on March 1st.
January 5, 2010 Celebrating 70 years at CFOS One of the former owners of 560 CFOS will kick off our celebrations of broadcasting for 70 years in Owen Sound area.


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