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Huron-Bruce MPP Says Hydro Costs Affect Farmers 02/24/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson was critical of the province, as members returned to Queen's Park. this story contains audio!
MPP Hears Hydro "Horror Stories" 02/24/2017
Dufferin Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones tackles complaints about skyrocketing hydro rates. this story contains audio!
MP Honours Local Student in Ottawa 02/24/2017
Dufferin Caledon MP David Tilson commends Orangeville high school student for anti-bullying program.
No More Hydro Disconnects for Ontarians 02/23/2017
Hydro distribution companies will no longer be allowed to disconnect customers' power in the winter. this story contains audio!
No Traffic Lights At Intersection Near Blyth 02/23/2017
Huron County says traffic study found lights not needed at Blyth Rd and County Road 4. this story contains audio!
Hospice Funding Confirmed For Clinton, Stratford 02/22/2017
South West Local Health Integration Network confirms funding for 10 hospice beds.
Ontario to Ban Hydro Disconnections 02/22/2017
Ontario government quickly passes legislation to ban companies from shutting off hydro in winter.
Hospice Announcement For Huron, Perth 02/21/2017
Southwest LHIN to announce funding for hospice beds in Huron, Perth counties.
New Critic Role For Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Lisa Thompson 02/17/2017
Thompson appointed as party's Critic for International Trade, and Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation. this story contains audio!
Huron County Approves 2017 Levy 02/16/2017
4.33% increase on county levy, meaning extra $4 for homeowners, $142 for farmers. this story contains audio!
Town Councillor Taking Leave 02/16/2017
Orangeville Councillor Nick Garisto on extended medical leave.
OPP Switch a Costly One 02/14/2017
OPP costing report presented at Orangeville council, decision could come this summer.
Cost of Care Home Closures Could Fall on Taxpayers 02/13/2017
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker concerned as province downloads cost onto taxpayers. this story contains audio!
Pest Controllers Needed, Says OFA Director 02/13/2017
Patrick Jilesen says lowering the number of certified pest controllers more "red tape." this story contains audio!
Shelburne Shows Rapid Growth in Census 02/10/2017
Town of Shelburne CAO John Telfer weighs in on just what makes Shelburne an attractive place to be. this story contains audio!
No E-Voting in South Bruce Peninsula 02/9/2017
A vote to bring in electronic voting for 2018 was defeated this week.
Kincardine Visitor Centre On the Move 02/6/2017
Two locations will better serve tourists coming to Kincardine. this story contains audio!
Heartfelt Condolence from Saugeen Shores 02/3/2017
It may have been a last minute event, but it sure was a successful one. this story contains audio!
Huron County Survey On Local Internet 02/2/2017
County looks for federal for broadband internet, seeks community input.
Rallies in Owen Sound and Kincardine supporting Muslims 02/1/2017
Area residents plan gatherings for Thursday and Friday following mass shooting in Quebec.
Banner hung on MPs office in Collingwood 02/1/2017
The homemade banner names the victims in Quebec city and calls on Kellie Leitch to resign.
New budget set in Wellington county 02/1/2017
Property taxes will rise 2.9 percent this year.
Women's Right to Vote Anniversary 02/1/2017
Queen's Park is looking for women ages 18 to 23 to apply for opportunity to experience government. this story contains audio!
OFA Says Benefits Could Come From NAFTA Talks 01/30/2017
Director Patrick Jilesen says opportunities could come in talks to update NAFTA. this story contains audio!
Security In Canada Strong, Says Huron-Bruce Tory MP 01/30/2017
Ben Lobb says systems in place to prevent homegrown terrorism in Canada. this story contains audio!
Huron Warden Pleased With Broadband Funding 01/27/2017
Jim Ginn calls federal, provincial funding for high-speed internet "step in the right direction."
Pest Controller Bill Stalled In Legislature 01/25/2017
Bill 4 from Huron-Bruce MPP to be addressed in upcoming Environmental Bill of Rights registry. this story contains audio!
Scrappy night at Wasaga council 01/25/2017
Integrity report sparks clashes, threat from mayor to clear the room
Huron Receives High Speed Internet Funding 01/24/2017
Federal, provincial governments chip in $2.53 million for broadband expansion.
Shelburne to Switch to Online Voting 01/24/2017
The online voting method has proven successful in other municipalities and will be implemented in 2018. this story contains audio!
Province Recognizes 100 Years Of Women Voting 01/23/2017
Young women from each riding in Ontario sought for women's assembly.
Huron-Bruce MP Gives Feds C-Minus On Pot Legalization 01/23/2017
Ben Lobb says gov't should decriminalize marijuana before legalizing drug in Canada. this story contains audio!
Helipad Proposed For Goderich 01/23/2017
Council voting Monday on future of helipad, with town recommending the pad not be approved.
Business Owner Speaking Out Against Soaring Hydro Rates 01/19/2017
One business owner is taking stand as hydro continue to rise across Ontario. this story contains audio!
Goderich Takes First Crack At 2017 Budget 01/18/2017
Treasurer says town looking for $750 thousand in savings, has found $350 thousand. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MPP Aiming To Help Small Business 01/18/2017
Tory Lisa Thompson hopes to rid Debt Retirement Charge for small business owners. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Tory MP Says Electoral Reform Stagnant 01/17/2017
Conservative Ben Lobb says we likely will not see progress on electoral reform this year. this story contains audio!
Huron To Offer Marine Museum To Goderich 01/17/2017
Huron County approves deaccession of marine museum, will offer to Goderich.
One Care Seeks Aid From Huron 01/17/2017
One Care is looking to reduce their fee per-ride, currently at $10. this story contains audio!
New Tecumseth Budget Passes 01/17/2017
The 2017 Operating and Capital Budgets passed Monday night at New Tecumseth town hall.
Huron Extends Public Consult On Natural Heritage Plan 01/16/2017
Concerned citizen relieves county will extend consult, after reports of sparsely-attended meetings in October.
New CAO for Grey Highlands 01/14/2017
Former Orangeville Mayor Rob Adams took over the role this week
Hydro One Meets With Huron-Bruce Residents 01/13/2017
Distribution costs among issues discussed during forum in Goderich and Walkerton. this story contains audio!
40-Unit Condominium Approved For Seaforth 01/13/2017
Huron County approves proposal for 10 four-unit dwellings adjacent to Seaforth Hospital. this story contains audio!
Lisa Thompson Nominated For Re-Election 01/11/2017
Thompson will represent the Progressive Conservatives for Huron-Bruce in 2018 election.
Goderich No Longer In Talks With Maitland Golf & Country Club 01/11/2017
CAO Larry McCabe confirms town no longer in talks to provide assistance to club. this story contains audio!
Goderich Moves To Online, Phone Voting 01/10/2017
Town to used telephone and digital voting for 2018 municipal election. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MP Says Ottawa On Right Trade Course 01/9/2017
Ben Lobb says Canada-EU Trade Deal, TPP good news for Canada's economy.
Women Mentorship Program In Works For Huron-Bruce 01/9/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson hopes the program will be instituted province-wide.
Local MPP Nominated as Ontario PC Candidate 01/9/2017
Dufferin Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones nominated as PC candidate for the area.

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