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tiretracksOver the past 24 hours inclement weather has led to slick roads, reduced visibility and less than optimal driving conditions. During late afternoon on Monday, February 29th at the intersection of 10th Street at 3rd Avenue West a 3-car collision occurred when a vehicle travelling eastbound on 10th Street attempted a left turn onto northbound 3rd Avenue West. The turning vehicle was unable to clear the intersection in time and was struck, also coming into contact with a 3rd vehicle. There were no obvious injuries; however, some of the involved drivers and passengers later attended hospital to ensure their well-being.

Vehicles turning left in front of approaching traffic must be able to clear the intersection without causing a

helpwanted The largest Job Fair in Grey County will be held on Thursday, March 3. This is hosted in partnership by the City of Owen Sound Economic Development, Grey County Economic Development, and the YMCA Employment

Services.

Over 50 employers from across Grey County will be in attendance offering permanent, seasonal, and student positions in a variety of fields. Employers attending include:

 Owen Sound Ledgerock

here Harold Sutherland Construction

 Grey Bruce Health Services

 Caframo

 Blue Mountain Resort...

PInk-Flamingos-in-TruckReduced load restrictions will take effect on some Grey County Roads beginning Tuesday, March 1, 2016 and will remain in effect until further notice. A detailed map can be found on Grey.ca. The load restriction is 5 tonnes per axel.
Why apply load restrictions? Roads are most vulnerable to heavy vehicle damage in the early-spring as the frost leaves the ground. Load restrictions help minimize damage and typically last from March 1 to mid-May depending on weather and road conditions.
For more information, contact the Grey County Transportation Department at [email protected] or by phone at 1-800-567-4739.

Airpointer Monitoring Station smallA study confirms air quality measured at the Tiverton air monitoring station reflects the larger picture of air quality across Grey Bruce.

The Grey Bruce Health Unit and the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (Ministry) conducted a study looking at ambient air quality in Grey Bruce. In a four-month period in the summer of 2015, a mobile air quality monitoring unit, called an Airpointer (see photo), was set up in three locations ...

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