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Community Remembers Cherished Indigenous Activist 07/16/2020
Branden Emmerson was a founder of a group of people walking across Canada for MMIW.
Premier Ford Backtracks on May Reopening 04/23/2020
The Premier suggested the Victoria Day long weekend may be a target in an interview Wednesday.
Mayor Brown Defends Town's Response to COVID-19 04/13/2020
Orangeville Mayor Sandy Brown is defending work by municipal officials "behind the scenes" during pandemic.
Ontario Premier Declares State of Emergency 03/17/2020
Doug Ford made the announcement this morning.
Prime Minister Trudeau and Wife Sophie in Self-Isolation 03/12/2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie began showing flu-like symptoms Wednesday night.
Kincardine Councillor Reprimanded  01/28/2020
Councillor Dave Cuyler is now prohibited from entering private and public staff work-places and dealings with staff this story contains audio!
Former Owen Sound Councillor Passes 01/18/2020
Community mourns loss of Peter Lemon.
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Has Big Plans for 2020 01/2/2020
Alex Ruff says there will be some big topics he hopes to address in the new year. this story contains audio!
Caledon Budget Approved 12/19/2019
The approved 2020 budget has an overall 2.25% increase with a focus on community infrastructure improvements.
Exeter-Born Liberal Leadership Hopeful Wants More Done For Women In Politics 12/9/2019
Kate Graham says culture around politics needs to change, so public officials can better represent constituents. this story contains audio!
Erin Holds First Telephone Town Hall 11/27/2019
Residents of Erin can weigh in on the 2020 budget just by making a simple phone call.
Exeter Woman Among Candidates To Lead Ontario Liberals 11/27/2019
Kate Graham says "one size fits all" policy should not be the way Ontario operates. this story contains audio!
Former Orangeville Mayor Passes Away 11/26/2019
Gordon Courtney served the town from 1976 to 1991, six years as a Councillor and nine years as Mayor.
Huron Chamber Schedules Q&A With Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson 10/29/2019
Questions for Thompson can be submitted online, for session being held November 14th.
Goderich Mayor Says Boardwalk Damage Could Have Been Worse 10/24/2019
Mayor John Grace says concrete blocks help mitigate recent storm damage to beach front boardwalk. this story contains audio!
Ruff Wins Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, Den Tandt Wishes Him Good Luck 10/22/2019
Tory candidate cruises to election with over 46% support.
Conservative Kyle Seeback Wins  10/21/2019
Dufferin Caledon has another Conservative MP as Kyle Seeback replaces David Tilson.
Huron-Bruce Election Candidates Discuss Improving Rural Life 10/18/2019
Federal election nominees give us their take on improving life for residents of Huron and Bruce counties. this story contains audio!
Wooden Boards Will Be Used In Renovated Goderich Boardwalk 10/17/2019
In a special council meeting, elected officials voted to renovate the beach-front boardwalk with wooden planks. this story contains audio!
Anti-Poverty Advocates To Host Events At Goderich, Clinton Grocers 10/16/2019
"Chew On This" event will focus on reducing poverty in Huron County. this story contains audio!
Economy Top Of Mind For Huron-Bruce Election Candidates 10/16/2019
Federal election candidates take various views on improving economy for Huron and Bruce counties. this story contains audio!
Consultant Report on Policing Revealed Later this Month 10/11/2019
The town of Orangeville will release details of the consultants report on policing October 28th.
Huron-Bruce Election Candidates Debate Issues In Holmesville 10/11/2019
Latest all-candidates meeting sponsored by the Huron County Federation of Agriculture. this story contains audio!
Cost Of Goderich Beach-Front Boardwalk Estimated $800k 10/8/2019
Town council still to decide whether boardwalk will be paved, planked, or a mix. this story contains audio!
Foreign Affairs Minister In Owen Sound Today  10/4/2019
Chrystia Freeland is expected to attend a rally for local Liberal candidate Michael Den Tandt
Huron-Bruce Election Candidates Discuss Climate Change 10/4/2019
Debate, hosted by Green Goderich, focused solely on environmental issues Thursday night. this story contains audio!
CUPE Strike Could Effect Huron-Perth Catholic Schools 10/4/2019
HPCDSB says all schools will be closed Monday, if strike by CUPE workers moves ahead.
Climate Change Dominates Huron-Bruce Debate In Port Elgin 10/3/2019
Several issues discussed in all-candidates meeting Wednesday, most prominent involving climate change. this story contains audio!
All Candidates Forum Held in Orangeville 10/2/2019
Dufferin Caledon Federal Candidates Forum was held Tuesday night at ODSS.
Environment, Housing, Trade Discussed At Huron-Bruce All-Candidates Meeting In Goderich 09/26/2019
The riding's five candidates discussed their vision for Huron-Bruce at Lakeshore United Church Wednesday night. this story contains audio!
Goderich Councillor Makes Case For Paves Beach-Front Boardwalk 09/24/2019
Matt Hoy says paved boardwalk offers more options, durability, efficiency for Canada's Prettiest Town. this story contains audio!
AMDSB Warns Parents About Student Climate Walk-Out 09/19/2019
School board officials say students free to demonstrate, but staff will not be supervising or taking part.
Huron County Food Bank Distribution Centre Clears False Rumours 09/19/2019
Officials appeared before Huron County Council, stating rumours local food banks pay for donations is false. this story contains audio!
Open Council Seat in Grand Valley 09/17/2019
You have a chance to run for council in Grand Valley now that there's a vacant seat.
Local Green Candidate Will Hold 16 Town Hall Style Meetings Throughout Campaign 09/13/2019
Some of the meetings will be more family-friendly with activities to occupy the kids while the adults talk politics.... this story contains audio!
Goderich To Price New Beach Front Boardwalk 09/11/2019
Town council to receive prices for timber, concrete boardwalks at upcoming meeting. this story contains audio!
Survey Finds Overwhelming Support To Keep Goderich's Memorial Arena 09/10/2019
63% of respondents favour keeping old arena, but one councillor discusses concerns with polling. this story contains audio!
Orangeville Manufacturer to Get Funding 09/9/2019
E. Hofmann Plastics in Orangeville is getting $5.6 million in funding from FedDev Ontario.
Public Input Sought For Huron County Official Plan 09/9/2019
Planning Department spokesperson says housing identified as key issue in Official Plan review. this story contains audio!
South Huron Coalition Wants More Done About Homelessness 09/5/2019
Spokesperson for coalition approaches Huron County, saying resources stretched thin for homelessness in South Huron. this story contains audio!
Local Liberal, Conservative Candidates Hold Campaign Events 09/5/2019
PM Trudeau visits Liberal candidate, while Tory opens office in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound.
Liberal Candidate For Huron-Bruce Launches Election Campaign 09/4/2019
Allan Thompson launches campaign Wednesday to become next MP for Huron-Bruce.
Huron-Bruce Farmers To Receive $1.7M From Queen's Park 09/3/2019
Canadian Agricultural Partnership to provide funding for grants on building improvements, wind breaks, tree planting.
Deadline Approaching For Input On Goderich Memorial Arena 08/29/2019
Councillor Trevor Bazinet says public input critical to council's decision on historic arena. this story contains audio!
Finance Minister Visits Dufferin Caledon 08/28/2019
Bill Morneau came to hear about the issues in the riding and support Liberal candidate Michele Fisher.
Bluewater Invests In LED Street Lights 08/28/2019
Municipality to pay $300,000 for street light upgrades, with energy savings paying back capital cost.
Comfort Inn Opens In Goderich 08/27/2019
After numerous construction delays, Goderich now has an international hotel chain.
Goderich Environmental Committee Already Making Strides 08/26/2019
Mayor John Grace says the recently-formed group reflects the community it serves this story contains audio!
Huron County Councillor Says Broadband Project Moving Slowly 08/23/2019
Councillor Roger Watt says contacts could be awarded for province-wide SWIFT project next month. this story contains audio!
ABCA Wants To Meet With Province To Discuss Conservation Changes 08/22/2019
In a statement, GM of ABCA says he would like to meet with Jeff Yurek to discuss winding down of programming.

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