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Orillia’s Zero Waste Task Force presents Orillia council with a tree as a commemorative gift for sponsoring Ontario’s first Zero Waste Conference, which was held Aug. 10 and 11 at Lakehead...
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Three Orillia Special Olympians brought home gold after competing in the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in Vancouver in July. Mayor Angelo Orsi, left, presented the athletes with certificates...
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Electronic cigarettes should be regulated by the provincial government, says the co-owner of CigVape in Orillia, Barrie and Angus. “We want them to regulate it. We just don’t want them to ban it,”...
2014/09/16 23:35
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Now that incumbent Mayor Angelo Orsi has opted to not run again for the city’s top elected position, Steve Clarke is, for all intents and purposes, mayor-elect. After all, his only challenger, John...
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This note is a grateful acknowledgement extended to my letter carrier, Mr. Blaine Roth. This gentleman’s dedication to his job and his quick intelligence shortened a very stressful period of attempted...
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In the spring, this column declared 2014 the year of the garden in Orillia. With an unprecedented number individuals and organizations aligning on the topic of gardening in our community, the spring...
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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...
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When Ray Merkley, Orillia’s director of parks, recreation and culture, learned the Sept. 5 storm downed many trees in Couchiching Beach Park, he was curious how a particular tree fared. His favourite...
2014/09/16 21:20
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A 50-year-old Barrie man will spend the next 45 days in jail after being convicted for a crime two years ago. According to city police, in late 2012 the man was convicted of driving while under...
2014/09/16 19:24
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TORONTO—Eating your fiance’s last ice cream bar may not be a smart thing to do. But the craving certainly paid off for an Orillia, Ont. woman. A trip to the local store to “replace” the treat—and a...
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You have to wonder what inspires certain decision-making. We’ll start with whoever it was who decided that almost ten months of campaigning are needed for Ontario’s municipal elections. From this...
2014/09/16 07:26
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Summer Giveaway Career Hunt SK An Orillia couple have become Ontario's latest multimillionaires. Deanna Bergeron says she bought the winning Lotto Max ticket after she ate her fiance's last...
2014/09/16 04:35
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The list is official. The deadline for nominations for the Oct. 27 municipal election was Friday at 2 p.m. Two Ward 1 residents are in the running to the city’s next mayor. Steve Clarke and John...
2014/09/16 04:35
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A Cambridge man is facing multiple charges after police pulled him over on suspicion of impaired driving in Severn Township. At about 6:20 p.m. Saturday, an off-duty officer contacted police about...
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Orillia, Ont. -- A man injured during a massive southwestern Ont. storm earlier this month was taken off life support Saturday. Lyle Buttineau, 51, was riding his bike home after mowing an elderly...
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I was parked at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH), at the Eleanor Johnston Wing on Mississaga Street, adjacent to the crosswalk recently, when I witnessed the most troubling thing...
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Cyclists, get ready for the seventh annual Orillia Bicycle Rally departing Wednesday from the Orillia City Centre. The city’s active transportation and trails advisory committee is hosting the event....
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Charles Pachter, whose art graces the prime minister’s residence, the Canadian Embassy in Washington and numerous art galleries and whose steel and granite moose sculptures have been installed across...
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Opening-night jitters coupled with some costly rookie mistakes undermined an otherwise solid effort for the Jim Wilson Orillia Terriers, who opened their season Saturday night with a 5-3 defeat...
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Four people are facing charges in connection to a drug bust in Severn Township Sept. 12. Shortly after 7 a.m., OPP executed a warrant at an address on Port Severn Road. Twenty marijuana plants were...
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