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2014/08/29 23:35
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When sentencing criminals, Orillia’s longtime provincial court judge, Leonard Montgomery, always used common sense, his family says. “Really, he was a man of common sense,” said his son, Chris...
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2014/08/28 22:20
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Shayna Mahon was dragging her 11-year-old son around Georgian Mall while back-to-school shopping, Thursday. “It's so boring,” young Hayden said and then remembered what he was carrying. “Except I...
2014/08/27 23:35
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In less than a decade, Orillia has moved to the head of the class when it comes to educational facilities. While Georgian College and Lakehead University have flourished, earning much-deserved praise...
2014/08/27 23:35
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For 48 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been serving the City of Orillia and its surrounding communities by providing positive role models for children and youth who need them. On the eve of Big...
2014/08/26 23:35
2014/08/26 23:35
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With the start of another school year, a local group with a cause is gearing up as well. Stand Up! Orillia Against Bullying is entering its third year, with a mission to localize the issue of bullying...
2014/08/21 23:35
2014/08/21 23:35
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She was having fun when it happened, dancing around, playing by the bonfire — smiling, likely; laughing happily. Twirling about, perhaps, with her arms outstretched, at the moment when she stumbled or...
2014/08/21 23:35
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The Orillia OPP Community Mobilization Unit’s foot-patrol strategy is leading a charge to engage human service agencies and community leaders in helping to resolve problems facing the...
2014/08/19 22:28
2014/08/19 22:28
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Grey County officials went into a meeting Tuesday with Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins hoping for a yes or no answer on whether the Liberal government is still committed to building a new...
2014/08/17 20:35
2014/08/17 20:35
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... 'Nuttall official Tory candidate' in the July 31 edition of the Examiner) I thought that we lived in a democracy. Obviously, we don't. When the Conservative Party does not elect its candidates...
2014/08/15 14:17
2014/08/15 14:17
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The scholarships, awarded Thursday in Bright's Grove, are presented to students who excel at the visual arts, who have finished high school, and who are planning to take arts-related studies in either...
2014/08/15 01:20
2014/08/15 01:20
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One year later Barrie Transit is still spinning its wheels. The latest figures show ridership is down roughly 8% from August 2013 to July 26, 2014 – before the most revised route changes took effect....
2014/08/14 21:28
2014/08/14 21:28
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Local politicians plan to push for provincial government funding for a planned expansion of Georgian College’s Owen Sound campus when they meet next week with an Ontario minister. “We want to present...
2014/08/14 01:20
2014/08/14 01:20
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The Summer’s Edge Music Festival planned for Aug. 22 and 23 in Orillia has been cancelled due to low ticket sales. The festival was to take place at Tudhope Park had 24 bands lined up, as well as...
2014/08/09 00:35
2014/08/09 00:35
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Growing up on a farm in Norfolk County engrained a strong work ethic in Elizabeth Van Houtte. “If you work hard, you will get results,” the 50-year-old Orillia woman said Friday. Van Houtte, a...
2014/08/08 01:35
2014/08/08 01:35
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If only they hadn’t laughed, everything might have turned out differently, or if Rene Helmerichs had been a different kind of boy, more confident and outgoing, more ordinary. They must have found it...
2014/08/06 22:35
2014/08/06 22:35
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The Georgian University Partnership Centre and Lakehead University have an innovative plan to offer students a different kind of education — the best of college and the best of university,...
2014/08/05 22:35
2014/08/05 22:35
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When Rob Kloostra moved to Orillia 20 years ago, it was because of a job opportunity. A longtime Zehrs employee, Kloostra, now 42, had been working shifts for a few years at a store in Port Elgin,...
2014/08/05 20:28
2014/08/05 20:28
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Grey County council approved Tuesday a request from Georgian College to contribute $2 million over 10 years towards a planned expansion of its Owen Sound campus and Great Lakes international marine...
2014/08/04 22:35
2014/08/04 22:35
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A group of student cabinetmakers will show off their skills this week at a special competition. Students in Georgian College’s cabinetmaking techniques program will be taking part in the second...
2014/08/01 22:35
2014/08/01 22:35
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Sadly, The Sharing Place food bank is not going out of business any day soon. That’s the reality of the world in which we live. So, the question becomes how do food banks — most opened in the...
2014/08/29 23:35
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