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FCC Replacing Old Defibrillators In Huron County 10/18/2018
Farm Credit Canada spending $20,000 to replace 38 defibrillators across Huron.
Huron County Raises Funding For Food Bank Distribution Centre 10/18/2018
Food Bank distributor sees $26 thousand increase for 2019, to $66 thousand. this story contains audio!
Cannabis Research Facility Coming To Goderich 10/16/2018
7ACRES to open research facility for high-end cannabis products in 2019. this story contains audio!
Protest About Minimum Wage in Alliston 10/15/2018
There are over 50 protests planned today across Ontario about Bill 148.
Warden Says So Far, So Good On Revised Huron County Council Meetings 10/15/2018
Jim Ginn says reduced monthtly meetings has effectively streamlined time spent in sessions, helped elected officials. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Tory MP Says Canada "Gets Nothing" In USMCA 10/11/2018
Ben Lobb says Canada provided many concessions in three-country pact, with nothing in return. this story contains audio!
Telephone, Internet Voting Opens In Municipal Election 10/11/2018
Voting will run between 9:00 a.m. Wednesday and 8:00 p.m. October 22nd.
Election Debate for Alliston  10/10/2018
Residents of New Tecumseth can find out more about municipal election candidates at two debates starting Wednesday.
Large Crowd Attends Election Forum 10/10/2018
Council candidates took questions from Shelburne citizens at a Q and A session Tuesday evening.
All Candidates Forum at Legion 10/9/2018
Election candidates for Shelburne available for questions tonight at the Legion 6:30-9.
Huron County Purchases Tandem Snow Plow 10/9/2018
$896 thousand bid accepted by county, as councillors discuss snow plow operators at latest meeting. this story contains audio!
Huron Health Unit Addressed Marijuana Legalization 10/5/2018
Health unit will take two-pronged approach to recreational pot, when legalized October 17th.
Goderich Mayoral Candidates Discuss Issues At Town Hall Session 10/4/2018
Economic development, housing, ice surfaces discussed at town hall meeting, ahead of municipal vote. this story contains audio!
Election Forums Continue Locally 10/3/2018
Melancthon forum Wednesday October 3rd at 7pm in Horning's Mills, and Grand Valley Thursday
OFA Director Says Update Trade Deal Will Benefit Farmers 10/2/2018
Patrick Jilesen says ag industry strongly connected in Canada, U-S, and Mexico. this story contains audio!
Trade Minister on New Trade Pact  10/1/2018
Jim Wilson says deal leaves dairy farmers out to dry, will help those in the auto sector. this story contains audio!
Dufferin Caledon MP Tilson Will Not Run Again 10/1/2018
MP David Tilson says he won't be running again as member of parliament in the next federal election.
Consultations Begin On Sex-Ed, Standardized Tests In Ontario 10/1/2018
Ministry of Education now consulting parents on numerous subjects, include financial literacy, and sex-ed.
Heated Exchanges Over Goderich Tree Cutting 10/1/2018
Goderich resident criticized town for removal of over 300 trees along bluffs. this story contains audio!
Electric Bike Tours Proposed For Goderich 10/1/2018
Council approved proposal for group e-bike tours, possible by next summer. this story contains audio!
Poll: Bernier's New Party Won't Hurt Conservatives 09/30/2018
Bayshore Broadcasting News asked if Maxime Bernier's new party would hurt Andrew Scheer's Conservatives
Nearly 200 Attend Kincardine All Candidates Meeting 09/27/2018
Issues raised such as lack of affordable housing, longer landfill hours
Board of Trade Reacts to Minimum Wage 09/27/2018
The Dufferin Board of Trade is reacting to Premier Doug Ford stopping minimum wage hike to $15. this story contains audio!
Deputy Mayoral, Councillor Meeting Runs In Goderich 09/27/2018
Economic development, gender equality, marijuana among issues discussed at candidates meeting. this story contains audio!
Goderich Councillor, Deputy Mayor Candidates To Discuss Issues 09/26/2018
Candidates will take part in town hall-style meeting Wednesday at Lakeshore United Church. this story contains audio!
Huron County Changes Council Meetings 09/24/2018
Councillors to meet twice a month, rather than three times, starting in October
Outgoing Saugeen Shores Mayor Marks Retirement 09/23/2018
Crowd turns out to celebrate 25 years in politics for Mike Smith
AMDSB Exceeds Provincial Standards in 2017-18 EQAO 09/20/2018
Numbers show above-average grades for math, with declines in literacy results.
Huron County To Negotiate Road Salt Price 09/20/2018
Public works officials say Huron pays less for road salt, due to proximity of Goderich mine. this story contains audio!
Education Minister Defend Programming Changes 09/18/2018
Lisa Thompson stood in legislature to defend changes to math, sex education. this story contains audio!
Goderich Asks YMCA To Address Cost Complaints 09/17/2018
Mayor says YMCA invited to address issues in front of council regarding fees. this story contains audio!
Worries Surround Maitland River Bank, Near Goderich 09/14/2018
Menesetung Bridge Association requesting engineer be hired to assess north bank. this story contains audio!
Pot Workers Could Face Lifetime Ban From U-S 09/14/2018
Border official says pot workers will not be recognized as legal business along U-S border.
Huron Votes To Extend Plan For Land Ambulance Response Times 09/13/2018
EMS official says poor weather, road closures main barriers facing Huron ambulances. this story contains audio!
Goderich To Offer Voter Help Centre, Ahead Of Election 09/12/2018
Town Hall to be site of voter help centre, in days leading up to October 22nd municipal vote.
Postal Workers Vote In Favour Of Strike Action 09/12/2018
Talks will continue for a new agreement, ahead of Sept. 26 strike date.
Goderich Supports Principle Plan For New County Admin Building 09/11/2018
Possible new building would be constructed on former Victoria Public School lot. this story contains audio!
Huron County To Recognize Day Of National Remembrance 09/10/2018
Flags to fly at half mast in Huron, in recognition of Ecole Polytechnique shooting of 1989. this story contains audio!
Province-Wide Student Walk-Out Against Sex-Ed Changes 09/10/2018
September 21st walk-out to oppose Doug Ford government rollback in elementary sex-ed. this story contains audio!
Huron County Completing Priority List, Ahead Of Municipal Vote 09/6/2018
Economic Development has completed priorities, while Social and Cultural Services nearly done. this story contains audio!
South Bruce Peninsula Council Pay Changes 09/5/2018
South Bruce Peninsula council has approved a bylaw that will see pay increases kick in. this story contains audio!
UNIFOR Says They Have Plan B, If NAFTA Talks Fail 09/5/2018
Union's National Secretary/Treasurer says Americans and Canadians would be hurt by lack of trade deal. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Liberal Candidate Warns Against Negative Immigration Rhetoric 09/4/2018
Allan Thompson says immigrants from Europe, UK helped shaped riding in early days. this story contains audio!
Graces' Campaign Vision. 09/3/2018
The election is coming up and one of the candidates for Goderich Mayor says it'll be lively.
Vote By Phone or Internet in Municipal Election 08/30/2018
The Town of Shelburne offers electronic voting for the first time ever, starting October 9th. this story contains audio!
Jean Chr├ętien Coming To Meaford  08/29/2018
The former Prime Minister will be in Meaford for a fundraiser for the new Public Library.
Allan Thompson Launches Liberal Campaign For Huron-Bruce 08/23/2018
Thompson looks to represent Liberals in Huron-Bruce in 2019 federal election. this story contains audio!
Mulmur Gets Funding for Energy Project 08/22/2018
Local MP for Dufferin Caledon David Tilson applauds funding for greenhouse gas and energy planning.
Avon Maitland School Board Still Awaiting Sex-Ed Resources 08/22/2018
Board Chair says Ministry of Education has yet to provide direction on reverted sex-ed curriculum. this story contains audio!
Peel Council to Nominate Chair Candidate 08/21/2018
Peel Regional Chair will not be chosen by public election.

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