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New Rules For Recreational Drone Use

More and more people are flying drones and UAVs. Transport Canada regulates their use to keep the public and other airspace users safe. Before you take to the skies, make sure you understand the rules and follow them. Not doing

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Township of Tiny Education Bursary Program

Township of Tiny Council recently approved an Education Bursary Program designed to help students who are entering their post-secondary education, including courses and training programs of a technical and vocational nature. The Education Bursary Program which is sponsored through the

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OPP Continue Distracted Driving Campaign During March Break

The OPP are continuing their distracted driving campaign across the province and it appears some drivers are still not getting the message. Muskoka411 went for a ride along with OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt from the Highway Safety Division and it

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Grey County OPP Recover Stolen Snowmobile

Police got the call on March 14, 2017, at 12:18 a.m., for an abandoned snowmobile partially blocking the roadway on Grey Rd. 31 near the 10th Concession in the Municipality of Grey Highlands. Police attended the scene and found a

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Call for Volunteers in Meaford

The Municipality of Meaford is seeking three business sector members and one strategic partner member for the Economic Development Advisory Committee. Applicants should have relevant experience or expertise and have the desire to make a contribution to the Municipality of

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Driver Faces Multiple Charges After a Collision in Grey Highlands

A Grey Highlands man was charged with multiple offences after the vehicle he was driving left the roadway and flipped onto its side on Grey Rd. 4 in the Municipality of Grey Highlands. Police say on March 11, 2017 just

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Styrofoam No Longer Recycled in Meaford

Effective April 1, 2017, Miller Waste will no longer accept Styrofoam, including all #6 materials, as recycling and will now have to go into the garbage stream.  The reason for discontinuing this program is due to the lack of any

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Grey County OPP nab two Impaired Drivers at RIDE Spot Check

On March 11, 2017, a few minutes before 1 a.m., Grey County OPP conducted a RIDE program in the area of Hwy. 6 & 21 on the Sunset Strip in the Township of Georgian Bluffs. Of the 34 vehicles checked,

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Suspended Drivers Caught Driving Vehicles

Two suspended drivers have been issued court dates after they were found operating vehicles. On March 12, 2017, just before 8 p.m., Grey County OPP conducted a traffic stop on Sykes St. N. in Meaford. The driver of the pick-up truck

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CAA Reminding Drivers to take Precaution on what can often be a Drowsy Monday Morning

This weekend clocks went forward for Daylight Savings Time resulting in one less hour of rest for Ontarians. A 2014 University of Colorado study showed that an increased risk of fatal crashes persists for the first six days of Daylight

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13th Annual Regional Technological Skills Challenge on March 24

  The premier local event for secondary students enrolled in the skilled trades is just around the corner.  The Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) will host the 13th Annual Regional Technological Skills Challenge at several Owen Sound locations on Friday,

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Service Restored – ‘Internet Vulnerability’ Forces CRA Website to go Offline

You can still complete your tax forms, but will have to wait before filing online. The CRA posted a warning notice late Saturday afternoon on its website, stating that it’s detected what it calls an “internet vulnerability.” Statement: Ensuring that

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SoLo GI brand energy bars recalled due to E. coli

New Era Nutrition Inc. is recalling SoLo GI brand energy bars from the retail stores and online sales due to possible E. coliO157:H7 contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.The following products have been sold nationally as well

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Chatsworth Resident a Victim of a $409 Computer Scam

Grey County OPP is asking residents to beware of a computer scam after they received a report from a Chatsworth resident stating they were a victim of a fraud. On March 8, 2017 the victim had given remote access to

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Collingwood Arena a Top 10 Candidate for Kraft Hockeyville

What better way to celebrate our love for hockey than having one of our very own communities win Kraft Hockeyville! Over the past 11 years, Kraft Hockeyville has contributed over 33.3 million dollars to 88 communities across the country to

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