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2014/10/01 18:20
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CETA may prevent safeguarding of the public The Canadian-European Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) may indeed prevent future governments from safeguarding the public in areas such as...
2014/10/01 18:20
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2014/09/30 00:20
2014/09/30 00:20
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Hunting for a job is a lot easier when the employer comes to you. Employers from 23 local companies gathered at the Northern Lights Job Fair at the Southshore Centre, Monday. Dozens of people...
2014/09/29 22:35
2014/09/29 22:35
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Georgian College is again helping local high-school students picture their future. Students at Orillia’s Twin Lakes Secondary School will take part in an event called Picture Your Future, which uses...
2014/09/28 22:28
2014/09/28 22:28
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Depending on which of the four mayoral candidates one asks, Owen Sound is either proceeding ahead on the right track, spinning its wheels, locked in too low a gear or headed in the wrong...
2014/09/28 19:20
2014/09/28 19:20
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Hundreds hit the pavement Sunday for the 5th annual Base Borden Run. The run, in support of Operation Hero, featured runs to test all skill levels, including a 5k, 10k, and half marathon...
2014/09/27 19:35
2014/09/27 19:35
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Lakehead University, in partnership with Georgian University Partnership Centre, submitted its proposal for major expansion to the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities on...
2014/09/26 13:38
2014/09/26 13:38
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Chris Vanderkruys wants to be Clearview Township’s next mayor. The 50-year-old Brentwood resident filed his papers in May and has been busy campaigning ever since. “I want to be mayor because I want...
2014/09/24 01:20
2014/09/24 01:20
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... ) - The 5th annual Base Borden Run is switching into high gear. The run, in support of Operation Hero, will take place Sept. 28 at the base and features runs to test all skill levels,...
2014/09/23 23:35
2014/09/23 23:35
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Lakehead University students will create and run an after-school program in three Orillia elementary schools this school year. The program is a partnership between Lakehead and Big Brothers Big...
2014/09/23 20:35
2014/09/23 20:35
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The Child Advocacy Centre Simcoe/Muskoka (CACSM) is launching a breakfast series to help raise awareness for the organization and to “take a bite out of child abuse.” The first event will showcase...
2014/09/23 20:35
2014/09/23 20:35
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The idea of performing on stage is a dream come true for some and a nightmare for others. Getting up in front of others to sing, act, dance or simply speak can be difficult. Some studies suggest up...
2014/09/23 00:20
2014/09/23 00:20
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Georgian College is getting its $1 million from the City of Barrie. Councillors gave initial approval Monday to make the 2013 payment, part of a $5-million commitment in 2009 for the health and...
2014/09/20 20:35
2014/09/20 20:35
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As they neared the end of their studies at the Orillia School of Nursing in 1974, they would gather together in their tiny dorm rooms, swapping stories of the trials and tribulations they encountered...
2014/09/19 23:20
2014/09/19 23:20
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Sleepy little Cook Street’s residents are making some big noise about the new Barrie Transit route there. They’ve sent the city a petition, with 34 signatures, asking it to get the buses off the...
2014/09/19 00:35
2014/09/19 00:35
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When he was in Grade 10, Tye Greschuk’s mom died after a lengthy illness. It was a devastating, life-altering blow for him and his family. “It was awful, but I was 15 at the time and I was kind of...
2014/09/18 01:49
2014/09/18 01:49
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ESSA TWP. - Federal Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau will be taking in the sights and sounds of the International Plowing Match and Rural Expo on Thursday. He will join in the BMO Bank of Montreal...
2014/09/18 00:59
2014/09/18 00:59
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The countdown is on for Election Day: Oct. 27. We are well into September and in only a few weeks, a mayor and members of council will be elected for the 2014-18 term. Clerk’s department staff have...
2014/09/17 23:20
2014/09/17 23:20
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By using reverse psychology and a wagon-load of cash, peers are pressuring fellow students to say no to drugs. A Health Canada program aimed at preventing kids from doing drugs is putting almost...
2014/09/16 23:35
2014/09/16 23:35
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When Wayne Gardy was first elected to Orillia city council 20 years ago, he said his top priority was getting a recreation facility built. Gardy, running in the Oct. 27 municipal election with hopes...
2014/09/13 19:35
2014/09/13 19:35
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Tonya Kennedy joins the main stage lineup at the 2014 International Plowing Match & Rural Expo in Ivy early next week. The Barrie singer/songwriter will be performing on Wednesday, the second day of...
2014/10/01 18:20
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