Joachim with captionOn November 8th, 2017 the Men's Program in Owen Sound hosted a one-day community forum called Know Me(n) Better at the Bayshore Community Centre. More than 85 service providers and community members participated. Findings from that event have just been released and are available on the Violence Prevention Grey Bruce website.

OS-fire-featAt approximately 06:26 hours Police, Fire and EMS responded to a structure fire in the 200 block of 10th Street East. Approximately 10 people were evacuated from apartments above the restaurant. The fire was limited to the kitchen area which suffered significant damage. Owen Sound Fire with the assistance of Inter-Township Fire was able to extinguish the blaze before it...

county truckOn January 25 Grey County Council officially passed the 2018 budget. The budget was supported at the January 11 committee of the whole meeting and passed without further discussion at County Council.

Complete details of the 2018 budget can be found on Grey County's website...

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Ontario's Progressive Conservative leader and Leader of the Opposition Patrick Brown stepped down shortly after midnight today following allegations of sexual misconduct. He "categorically" denies the statements of two young women. The alleged misconduct was said to have occurred at his home in Barrie when he was a federal MP for that riding.

The Owen Sound Hub has requested a statement from Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker on the repercussions...

Larry-Miller-featureThe Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound Electoral District Association for the Conservative Party of Canada is pleased to announce that Larry Miller, current Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, has been acclaimed as the Party's candidate in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound for the 2019 Federal Election.

Mr. Miller has served as the Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound since his...

cigaretteOntario is supporting youth aged 24 years and under to quit smoking by providing them with free counselling from a pharmacist and medication through OHIP+

More and more people are quitting smoking. Ontario's smoking rate fell to 16% in 2016, the third-lowest rate in Canada, but studies show youth who smoke become..






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