WEST REGION NUMBERS
11/23/2017 10:13:19 AM
Police say bad driving behaviour in our region is the number one cause or injury and death. A recent review of the number of deaths on Ontario roadways indicates that West Region which is our area accounts for the highest number of fatalities sustained in motor vehicle collisions.

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HURON CHAMBER DISCOVER ABILITY NETWORK
11/23/2017 10:10:24 AM
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with government and industry partners to launch the Discover Ability Network. The portal is designed to help inform and help employers committed to hiring persons with disabilities in Huron County and across the province.

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TIPS TO AVOID FRAUD
11/23/2017 10:08:38 AM
The OPP are reminding the public to vigilant to Fraudsters and scammers trying to pose as someone they aren't. According to the Canadian Anti Fraud Centre, $290 million was taken from Canadians between now and 2014.

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STOLEN FISHING EQUIPMENT
11/23/2017 10:07:32 AM
Huron County Provincial Police are investigating a recent break and enter in Bayfield. Police say that sometime between October 29th and November 2nd someone forced their way into two sheds at a campground located on Keith Crescent.

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CAA WINTER DRIVING TIPS
11/23/2017 10:05:34 AM
As Winter approaches closer day by day, Now is the time to get your vehicle ready for winter weather. That doesn't mean just putting winter tires on your car. CAA PR manager Kaitlynn Surse says that you should have a special winter emergency kit in your vehicle.

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FANSHAWE STUDENTS SPEAK ABOUT STRIKE
11/23/2017 10:04:28 AM
Over 500,000 Ontario secondary school students are back in the classroom after 5 weeks of waiting for the end of a walk-out from college faculty.

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FANSHAWE STUDENTS SPEAK ABOUT STRIKE
11/23/2017 10:03:32 AM
Over 500,000 Ontario secondary school students are back in the classroom after 5 weeks of waiting for the end of a walk-out from college faculty.

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MCNAUGHTON SPEAKS WIND TURBINES
11/23/2017 10:01:56 AM
Two new windmill projects are coming to Lambton-Kent-Middlesex. The big white windmills are hard to miss in this area of Southwestern Ontario, and are a prime source for Ontario power generation.

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FATAL HOUSE FIRE
11/23/2017 9:55:27 AM
House fire claims life. Wednesday morning around 4:30 OPP, and the North Middlesex Fire Department responded to a house fire on Queen Street, north of Ailsa Craig. Police found the home engulfed by fire.

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FATAL HOUSE FIRE
11/23/2017 9:54:30 AM
House fire claims life. Wednesday morning around 4:30 OPP, and the North Middlesex Fire Department responded to a house fire on Queen Street, north of Ailsa Craig. Police found the home engulfed by fire. Neighbouring residents were moved to safety allowing the fire department to attack the fire.

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FINAL PUSH FOR JESSICA'S HOUSE
11/23/2017 9:49:51 AM
The Hospice being created to honour Jessica Hamather has almost met it's fundraising goals. So far they have raised over 3 million dollars, and are just $250,000 dollars shy of meeting their goal.

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COLLISION ON BAYFIELD ROAD
11/23/2017 9:46:13 AM
Local police are investigating a collision that took place Sunday on Bayfield Road. Huron County Provincial Police say that just before 5 PM, officers, Huron County Paramedics, and the Bayfield Fire Department responded to the crash scene west of Whys Line.

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FANSHAWE STUDENTS STEP UP DURING STRIKE
11/23/2017 9:23:58 AM
Over 500,000 students across Ontario are back to their regular schedules now that the college faculty strike is over, though for some students, their schedule never changed in the first place.

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CONDITION IMPROVES FOR MAN IN HIGHWAY 4 CRASH
11/21/2017 8:33:25 PM
Huron OPP are continuing an investigation that sent a 51 year old to a London Hospital. At around 3:30 Monday a School bus collided head on with a sedan on Highway 4 after the sedan had drifted over the centre line.

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HURON-BRUCE MPP LISA THOMPSON SPEAKS ABOUT COLLEGE STRIKE VOTE
11/20/2017 7:19:39 PM
It's been a long time coming, but after five weeks colleges, students are returning to class today. Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson says throughout the entire strike the PC party stood with students. Thompson says she believes the Premier could have stopped the strike a lot sooner.

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CHAMBER ON BILL 148
11/20/2017 7:17:11 PM
Local Businesses are voicing their concerns about some of the provisions in bill 148.The Chamber of Commerce hosted a conference to address local business about the bill and listen to some of their concerns.

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LOCAL PJHL WEEKEND WRAP
11/20/2017 7:14:33 PM
It was a great weekend for the Exeter Hawks in Provincial Junior Hockey League action. The Hawks would win 5-2 on Friday before winning 2-1 on Sunday. Their Highway 4 rivals the Lucan Irish continue to struggle as they lost 4-1 and were shutout 5-0.

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GOJHL WEEKEND WRAP
11/20/2017 7:12:55 PM
The battled for first place in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League Conference Midwestern Conference continues to intensify. The Listowel Cyclones and Stratford Warriors both won their games over the weekend. And the St.

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CRETIER TRIAL TO BEGIN TUESDAY
11/20/2017 7:11:18 PM
Jury selection for a former North Huron scout leader took place on Monday. Martin Cretier is facing historic sexual assault charges, and it is alleged he met his young victims at the Wingham hospital or through the Wingham Scout Troop.

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MCNAUGHTON ON PINERY STILL BEING CLOSED
11/20/2017 7:09:31 PM
Pinery Provincial Park remains closed to the public after a warning of an occupation over a week ago. The park issued a statement informing the public of the closure after the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry received word from Indingenous demonstrators about their plans.

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PANOVSKI BACK IN COURT
11/20/2017 7:05:43 PM
Boris Panovski is expected in a Goderich court on Tuesday, as the case needs to be updated on whether a new lawyer has been chosen. His last lawyer was appointed as a judge, which further delayed the trial.

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HIGHWAY 4 CLOSED NORTH OF EXETER FOLLOWING COLLISION
11/20/2017 6:08:24 PM
Highway 4 past Macdonald Road is closed after a 2 vehicle collision involving a bus. myFM news' Rob Ross provides us details from the scene.

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BLUEWATER AMONG HERITAGE EVENT HOSTS
11/20/2017 12:50:36 PM
The Townships of Bluewater and Goderich are announced as the Hosts of the 2019 Ontario Heritage Conference. Bluewater Mayor Tyler Hessel explains that Bluewater is very excited to Co-Host the 3 day event which can draw between 200-500 people from across the province.

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PINERY UPDATE
11/20/2017 12:47:57 PM
Despite communications between the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and protesters, Pinery Provincial Park remains closed. The park just outside of Grand Bend was taken over by protesters claiming that the land belongs to them.

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LOCAL BUSINESS APPEALING FINE
11/20/2017 12:46:11 PM
A local Business is working to appeal an Ontario Court decision after a worker was badly injured on the job.

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LOCAL POLICE TEAMING UP WITH MADD FOR RED RIBBON CAMPAIGN
11/20/2017 12:44:23 PM
Provincial Police in Huron County are teaming up with the Huron-Bruce Mothers Against Drunk Driving or MADD chapter to support their annual Red Ribbon Campaign.

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BULLYING AWARENESS WEEK
11/20/2017 12:40:46 PM
This week is Bullying Awareness week The annual campaign brings awareness to the inappropriate behavior, especially in Ontario Schools. Each year the OPP participate by speaking with kids across the province. OPP Constable Max Gomez say the main root cause of bullying is power.

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CONSTRUCTION BEGINING TODAY ON MAIN STREET
11/20/2017 12:38:00 PM
myFM has learned that traffic will be disrupted on Main Street in Exeter due to utility work for the new Libro Credit Union site. The Municipality of South Huron says that the construction is scheduled for Monday, November 20th and will last until November 22nd.

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COLLEGES WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS THIS WEEK
11/19/2017 5:34:57 PM
Ontario has passed back-to-work legislation, ending a five-week college strike. It paves the way for students to return to class, probably on Tuesday.

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