Bruce Power has signed a $300-million agreement with Cambridge-based B&W Canada.
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A new study of domestic violence shows more than one third of Canadian workers have experienced domestic violence, and the violence followed more than half of those victims to work.
A breathable microporous film produced by BI-AX in Tiverton is being used in protective gear for medical responders to the ebola crisis.
A new Winter Guide highlights the best of the season’s offerings in the City of Owen Sound and surrounding areas.
Huron County councillors seem convinced that the recent cut in Ontario Municipal Partnership Funding is another example of the lack of rural representation at Queen’s Park.
A proposal for a new soccer field at the Soccer Complex in Durham failed to win a Trillium grant.
Perth Wellington’s MPP says the consulting firm the province hired to look after ice storm assistance to municipalities was fired for failing at a similar job in Alberta.
Saugeen Shores Police Sgt. Andy Evans is asking motorists to avoid the area of Albert St south of High St. in Southampton.
The president and CEO of the South Bruce Grey Health Centre is happy with how his staff responded when faced with a potential Ebola patient.
A group of Goderich Township residents and members of the Huron-Perth Landowners Association will head to Queen’s Park this morning to witness a ceremony that dates back to 1628.