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2014/11/20 01:20
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A familiar name in Barrie culinary circles is now trying something different at one of the city's oldest variety stores. Jim Garraway, who has been a noted chef in several Barrie restaurants,...
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2014/11/20 00:35
2014/11/20 00:35
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Mariposa Arts Theatre’s (MAT) current production of Spamalot exceeded my expectations. If you have seen Monty Python and the Holy Grail, you’ll know what takes place. What I found interesting is how...
2014/11/19 00:35
2014/11/19 00:35
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An innovative Georgian College initiative has received a welcome boost, which school officials expect will help expand its reach. Mary O’Farrell-Bowers, dean and Orillia campus principal, said the...
2014/11/18 21:41
2014/11/18 21:41
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We are halfway through National Bullying Awareness Week, which runs from Nov. 16 to 22 this year and there are a variety of events taking place in our community. The support for this important topic...
2014/11/18 21:12
2014/11/18 21:12
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Grey-Bruce's first winter blast kept thousands of students home, closed some roads and cancelled events and activities because of unsafe travel conditions Tuesday. Grey County OPP said in a news...
2014/11/18 00:20
2014/11/18 00:20
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A collection of stark black and white photos of the city's poorest residents line the walls of Grace United Church. Stark yet not as dark as one would expect looking at photographs of the...
2014/11/17 13:20
2014/11/17 13:20
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Line Gignac Burns did not mind revealing the night she and husband Pat shared their bed with a stranger. As the widow of the Hall of Fame coach explained, Stanley was a welcome guest. It was Burns’...
2014/11/15 19:38
2014/11/15 19:38
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NEW TECUMSETH — Only 4% of skilled tradespeople in Ontario are women. That's a statistic that the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) and Skills Canada Ontario are hoping to change by...
2014/11/15 02:24
2014/11/15 02:24
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Chatting with the Too Many Cooks star that almost escaped Bill. Are you obsessed with Too Many Cooks? Because you're not alone. As someone who is fascinated by the Adult Swim short, made by Casper...
2014/11/14 22:28
2014/11/14 22:28
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Anyone thinking about opening a local food business who doesn't know what regulations to follow, next weekend Georgian College will have a seminar for you. Market gardeners who make prepared foods...
2014/11/14 19:35
2014/11/14 19:35
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There were times when it felt as if there must have been an invisible force field around the hoop for the OD/Park Secondary School junior girls’ basketball team Thursday night. The nervous squad...
2014/11/13 21:28
2014/11/13 21:28
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Support for federal harbour dredging to accommodate the long-term viability of Owen Sound harbour seemed widespread at a chamber of commerce breakfast meeting Thursday. Dredging would aid navigation...
2014/11/12 21:35
2014/11/12 21:35
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A bit of a milestone passed earlier this week. I am entering the 20th year of writing this drivel for you. Thanks for reading and I’m sorry you now need glasses to do so. Over those years, I’ve...
2014/11/12 00:35
2014/11/12 00:35
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Hockey is one of those things that helps to define us as Canadians. But for those in wheelchairs or those hampered by disabilities, a dream of playing hockey is just that: a dream. However, there is...
2014/11/10 06:39
2014/11/10 06:39
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Craft Ontario’s inaugural retail show in Toronto during the Thanksgiving weekend showcased the designs of 15 young jewellers, many of them with their own indie lines of handcrafted pieces made of...
2014/11/07 01:20
2014/11/07 01:20
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The Innisdale Invaders junior girls basketball team won the championship in the Collingwood Collegiate Halloween basketball tournament this past weekend. The Invaders, whose lineup was filled with...
2014/11/06 23:35
2014/11/06 23:35
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Lakehead University struggled against a tenacious Fanshawe College team Thursday morning at the Georgian College Orillia campus Fall Faceoff Tournament at Rotary Place. Fanshawe dominated the game,...
2014/11/06 21:20
2014/11/06 21:20
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An enthusiastic crowd of arts supporters — the largest to date — packed the Southshore Community Centre on Wednesday for the annual Barrie Arts Awards. The evening unfolded with a mix of...
2014/11/05 16:42
2014/11/05 16:42
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The Simcoe County Home Builders' Association donated $33,000 to the Operation Hero Scholarship program, Tuesday. The money was raised at the annual Base Borden Run. The fund provides families and...
2014/11/04 20:56
2014/11/04 20:56
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Volleyball men win, women lose Mohawk College divided a pair of decisions in Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Halloween volleyball action at Niagara College. The Mountaineer men scored a 25-19,...
2014/11/20 01:20
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