"But it's going to be, I think, one of the best events we've ever had"
A bathroom window was broken to gain entry
The City of Barrie bylaw allows fireworks to be set off on Canada Day only this weekend
Fireworks and more across Simcoe County and Muskoka
Swimming in Lake Simcoe will be great this year because the temperatures are already a little warmer than normal
'This right here is the pinnacle, the apex of my career"
Declines could average 18 per cent
The party "needs to take a little time to remind itself of what it has historically stood for"
A 28-year-old man suffered minor injuries
Laclie Street in Orillia tops local list
"You're kidding me? Are you serious?"
Eight people in Barrie were killed; damage topped $100-million; 800 people were left homeless
Gerry Marshall has been taking the pulse of the city
More than $45,000 raised in Barrie and Orillia on McHappy Day
The tornado had a maximum wind speed of 195 kilometres per hour
Retail, Public Transit, Garbage Collection, Fireworks
"We've seen a lot of empty podiums in this election"
Marine officers conducting checks ahead of holiday weekend
Took the man's money then shoved him to the ground
A percentage of all sales at McDonald's will go to local hospitals and Ronald McDonald House
Will help the centre continue to provide much-needed services
Bicycle and motorcycle collided
Struck a utility pole then rolled
Will "put everyone he met in life ahead of himself"
"Nothing but pride for them having to say Simcoe County"
Victim was airlifted to hospital in Toronto
"That is such a huge parcel of land that you could do just about anything there"
Second year for 24-hour Window Raise-a-Thon for Recovery
Multiple weapons-related charges laid
Charges have not been laid as the investigation continues
Baycats Brew is a Bavarian-style lager brewed by Collingwood Brewery
Was attempting to land but came up short of the runway
Man treated for smoke inhalation
53-year-old man killed when ATV struck a utility pole
Honouring the most innovative solutions from businesses, individuals, community groups.
Triple threat this weekend with closures Friday, Sunday and Monday
Wound consistent with gunshot blast
Three Gold medals were won, and several Silver and Bronze
Hundreds of racers are competing in 24 racing classes
Hinges on condo and high-rise development
Quantities of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, and more were seized
Especially those looking for a cheaper ride
$100,000 Encore ticket for Friday night's draw also bought in Barrie
Standoff lasted more than four hours
'Rooted in fresh, wholesome food, along with exceptional customer service'
City crews have been trying to keep them patched up
One resident airlifted to a Toronto trauma centre
April, May, and June should be warmer than usual, but not without some snow
Four were involved in collisions
Unsafe ice and slippery banks already exist
Stephe Lawson walked to RVH to raise funds for the hospital foundation
Woman approached in parking lot
"They help you design a room in your house, and then you can order the furniture online"
Four out of five agreed the pandemic pulled Canadians further apart.
Some were draped in the Ukrainian flag, others carried signs decrying the Russian invasion
Organizers collecting donations for the people of Ukraine
Text message claims to be from Service Ontario
Three people from the GTA have been charged
Third time this season he has taken the honour
Had what appeared to be a seizure in a hotel room
A pickup truck and a car collided at County Road 90 and George Johnston Road
Changes to garbage collection, public transit, retail hours and more
Ottawa protesters to move out of downtown, residential areas
Sled left the road and struck a tree
The Florida Panthers have signed him to an entry-level contract
May also issue refunds to those who have already renewed
A 59-year-old Gravenhurst man was killed
Happened at a River Rod East home Wednesday night
Small cars and big rigs covered with signs and flying Canadian flags
Orillia and Innisfil make space available
Hit head on wall during scuffle with an officer
Hospitalizations and ICU admissions still high
It's one of the ways to detect COVID
"It makes an impact"
Happened around 8:30 Wednesday night on Trailwood Place
Building on large unused parking lots an option
Was the first Black actor to win an Academy Award for Best Actor
Get a winger and six draft picks in return
Victims were duped out of $1,000
Measures will be in place for at least 21 days, until January 26
At least, words and phrases it says should be banished
Return to in-class learning delayed; dining-in banned, more
28 firearms-related charges laid
Fuel and a snowmobile trailer were stolen
Damage to the home under construction was set at $400,000
Shopping, public transit, garbage collection
The city is able to proceed under the province's COVID rules
No need to dream of a White Christmas
Eligible Ontarians 18 and older can book an appointment
The art, the fashion, the performances
Reliving the experiences of airmen in training
Building permits and housing starts have increased, the jobless rate has declined
Sold furniture and appliances, then sold Toronto to the world
The average price was 8.6 per cent higher at $836,147
Those 14 and under would never be allowed to buy cigarettes
Average family of four will pay $1,000 more at the grocery store
Did not know there had been a collision
Ticket sold here has won an OLG Encore prize
Cocaine, scales, cash and more confiscated
A majority of Canadians will not be inviting an unvaccinated relative or friend to their home
Suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries
Four patients on 33-bed Soldiers' One medical unit have tested positive
Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 cannot board a plane or train in Canada
The last thing you want is to say, 'I'm too old'
Both incidents happened Thursday morning
Awards recognize social responsibility, entrepreneurship, ideas, risk-taking and more
Families can book appointments through a variety of channels
Police are not searching for further suspects
Report to council suggests growth over the next 20 years will cost $8 billion
“I’m so proud of all we’ve accomplished together"
Paid $4,000 to encourage Canadians to live 'dangerously cheesy'
Several stops will be made in Simcoe County
Austria has one of the lowest vaccination rates in Europe
One of a growing number of reports of suspected spiking involving needles in the UK
Used stolen identities to apply for benefits; hired people to cash the cheques
Propane tank explosions could be heard
Delayed medical procedures, substance abuse cited
"Another way residents can honour and remember our fallen soldiers"
Two men dead, a third was able to make it shore safely
"Another great month for the red-hot Barrie economy"
Highway interchange, transit funding, jobs training
17 local schools report at least one case
Ten patients and one staff member have tested positive; two patients have died
Vehicle burst into flames after hitting a tree
Be Bold. Be Connected. Be Seen. Be Downtown Barrie.
Would better address accessibility and equity issues
Had broken free from their leads
"I'm going to leave that up to the parent," said Premier Ford
Purchase of land for the extension expected to be approved
On track to break the 1,000 mark for the first time in 15 years
Two police vehicles damaged
Increases were not unexpected, but are higher than anticipated
Have you seen Emma Palmer?
Would also resume the universal basic income pilot, if elected
Ammunition disposal training runs until November 23
Stock up ahead of time
"His storytelling left people hanging on his every word"
Business and labour leaders were asking, pointing to the impact restrictions continue to have on many businesses
All three have competed for the local chapter of the Special Olympics
Several retailers have received phony bills for in-store purchases
Parents will be able to choose if their unvaccinated asymptomatic children will participate
Lily Swan may have been heading to Midland
The ultimate goal of the government is to avoid future lockdowns
Many businesses still coping with public health restrictions
The general minimum wage has been set at $14.35 an hour
Masks came off Saturday with no more social distancing, full capacity everywhere, and handshakes.
Everyone, especially children, advised to stay away from all bodies of water
Government financial benefits, increased mental health supports cited
You may not recognize his name, but his handprint is all over the city
School runs will be held later this month
Polls in Ontario are open from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Meet Comirnaty, SpikeVax and Vaxzervria
Also a higher chance of needing a C-section or a pre-term birth
OPP searched a Midland motel room
Two tickets worth $100,000
Convenient, easy and more secure than paper identification
$700K in 'knock-off' items confiscated from six retailers
Permit problem kept it closed Tuesday
What you need to know
Caller asks for last three digits of social insurance numbers
Pills, cocaine and drug paraphernalia seized
Downtown Scotiabank among the targets
Fire set to wood covering broken window
Additional locations will help reduce the road test backlog resulting from COVID-19 restrictions
Couple suffered non-life-threatening injuries
Clocked a driver at 109 km/h in a 50-zone at Wasaga Beach
Patios have had to close by 11:15 p.m. in Step Three of Ontario's reopening plan
Their harmonies would influence the Beatles, the Mamas and the Papas, the Hollies, Simon & Garfunkel and more.
Sick Kids Hospital, Royal Bank insisting on employee vaccination
Cost of safety equipment cheaper than a ticket
Weather-related claims have quadrupled in the last 15 years
“If we had a variant that was more resistant like beta, but spread as easily as delta, we’d be in more trouble”
Police do not believe there is a threat to others in the community
Don't necessarily need parental consent to get a vaccination
Taken from Port Perry, found in Highlands Township East
Call from 'Chief' tried to convince woman scam was legitimate
No one hurt
Have you seen Carter Colwill?
Bracebridge OPP investigating
Attempt to reclaim $15 billion a year Canadians are spending in other countries and on the black market.
It's her second big win
Ian Walker did not return from an early morning canoe trip
Scientists say caves are a crucial place to look for signs of life on other planets
Decision has been sent to the Chinese Supreme Court for review
Nearly 70 per cent of Simcoe-Muskoka residents have received the first dose of COVID vaccine
Will feature the Canadian Forces Snowbirds, & CF-18, United States Air Force F35, a P-51 Mustang and more
Police believe Barrie man was struck by vehicle
It’s the team’s best-ever Olympic result, following bronze medals at London and Rio
The home, on Maple Drive, was broken into late on the morning of July 31
Police say a home on Stephanie Lane is being unlawfully shown
Electronic evidence was seized during a home search this week
Gen Xers the most likely to take pay/benefit cuts
The dolls are part of Mattel's Dream Gap Project
Big bucks paid out in hopes of collecting $3,000,000
Three others have also been charged
Canada's first Gold medal in the 200m since 1928
Messages were similar to those left in park July 23
Accused stopped briefly before leaving the scene
Delivery of the new waste collection carts, three in all, begins today and will continue until the end of October
Lots more than usual open!
Moving forward will also require 75% to have had a second vaccine and 70% in each heath unit to be fully vaccinated
Have you seen Ian Walker?
Residents with no insurance, or insufficient insurance, must apply by November 26
Only plays the lottery occasionally
The survey also found few Ontario drivers aware of all the offences that constitute stunt driving
COVID restrictions in Sydney, Australia extended another month
Ontario's top doc says the risk for COVID is 6.4 times higher for those who have not been vaccinated
A woman was told her grandson had been arrested and cash would be required to secure his release
"An individual's choice not to get vaccinated is now impacting the rest of us in a profound and devastating and deadly way"
Has become the most decorated summer Olympian in Canadian history
Ontario has written to Ottawa asking for help convincing the world a mixed regime of COVID vaccine can be considered a full vaccination.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto may be bigger driving distractions than pot or alcohol impairment.
A witness was able to take a picture of the vehicle's licence plate
It's her second medal at the games
“These projects ... will enable long-term measurable outcomes, including job creation, job retention and strong regional growth"
"Think before you sink"
Will put the money toward a down payment on a house
''Hard to build community immunity with 20 per cent of the population unvaccinated"
Should come with sports and clubs, no daily health checks at the door, and optional masking
No injuries; $150,000 damage
All are considered EF2 tornadoes
Two adults and a child treated for minor injuries
"Document the damage, take photos... those can be helpful."
Six people were on board the boats when they collided
One of the injured was airlifted to hospital in Toronto
Teen is safe
"For fun it's the best of the toys..."
More than 160 "undocumented and unmarked" graves confirmed on Penelakut Island
Charges include unauthorized possession of a firearm and assault
Police were called Monday night to an Old Fort Road home
“The glass ceiling has been broken"
Speed thresholds and the length of vehicle impoundment changed July 1
Toronto man pulled from the water at Deep Bay
An Automated External Defibrillator has been installed at Innisfil Beach Park
Tribute bands, Boots and Hearts, The Trews, Our Lady Peace and more...
The main jackpot is worth $65,000,000
Two male teens identified and charged
A man was found dead Monday night outside a home
Pup had been in the car three hours in 30-degree heat
“Our real-world vaccine effectiveness estimates suggest that even a single dose provides good to excellent protection"
New bylaw restricts use of fireworks to 'day of holiday' only
Alleged attacks toom place between 2001 and 2003
Double-dosed can skip the quarantine and hotel-stay
May be riding a charcoal grey/black bicycle with thin road type tires
21 Maxmillion prizes won in Ontario
Tires in the neighbourhood were slashed
Focus on public safety with more visitors in the area
Family of the child and the accused are known to each other
Fewer scorching days and less humidity likely
A lack of rain could spell trouble moving forward
"Official" opening is not until June 28
“These commitments demonstrate the strong character and work ethic of our players”
Step Two is not scheduled to come into play until July 2
Computers, TVs, hair dryers and more can be left at the curb for pick-up
Shortage of properties for sale continues to drive competition and push prices higher
Driver seen drifting in circles at Mountainview Plaza, two other locations
20 Maxmillion winning tickets were sold in Ontario
All-terrain-vehicles to be used; Georgian Bay Volunteer Search and Rescue joining effort
Will provide support and services for as many as six individuals who have complex needs
50-unit building to be completed by the end of 2023
Credits include more than 150 movies and television shows
More testers hired, testing day extended to help clear backlog
"We want to ... help these businesses who are long suffering"
Outdoor dining, shopping retail, outdoor gatherings and overnight camping among your options
Event moved up a week thanks to provincial Stage One reopening on Friday
Arrests have been made in two of three incidents
Two men have been charged
Sales were down .8%; prices rose 2.3%
Police are considering the laying of terrorism charges
City crews called to clean it up
Trash collection will begin earlier
Adaptation of the Broadway show '13: The Musical'
William's career spanned over five decades in theatre, television and film
The jobless rate in Barrie has fallen below to national rate to 7.7 per cent
Her passion evident through the admiration she receives from students, colleagues, and others
A dozen or more overdoses in the last couple of days
Those eligible can begin booking appointments Friday June 4
Tanya Saari is a former city council candidate
Dishonourable mention to Essa and Huronia Roads
Ticket is worth $1,000,000
Mom gave it to him for his birthday
Police attended after word a limousine had dropped off a group of people
"Everybody deserves to be treated with a great sense of humanity and importance"
Barrie has over 47 km of cycling infrastructure in addition to cycling trails located in City parks.
Research from the UK and Spain has found mixing and matching is both safe and effective
"I'm not really sure how to sum it up. It's extremely frustrating all around."
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment picking up the tab for 550 fully vaccinated health care workers
Thieves covet the precious metals inside that can fetch top dollar at metal recyclers
Six from the Toronto-area have been charged
Appears they had been stuffed with fireworks
Came out of the gate strong but needed overtime to secure the win
A majority of homes are fully air-conditioned; some have designated cooling areas
"We must put the health and safety of our residents first"
Must abide by several conditions of bail
Discovery "may have happened just in time to save it"
Passerby gave description of getaway vehicle
"I grew one and a half inches!"
Also hopes students can return to in-class learning before the end of the school year
Also seen riding on sidewalk near Batteaux Park
Game Four tonight
Have responded to more than 70,000 calls for assistance during pandemic
About three-dozen demonstrators took part
More bylaw officers to enforce new beach and park regulations
Tavares has been released from hospital but is out indefinitely
Latest enhancement will complement Innisfil Transit’s existing services
Police say there is no threat to public safety
Would signal the start of a gradual reopening of the province
The new Official Plan will provide a roadmap to Barrie’s future
It's been a year since Captain Jenn Casey died after ejecting from the jet she was in
Overall side effects were reported as mild and very short−lived
16-year-old driver facing charges
375 student-finalists to showcase their award-winning projects
Ontario preparing to allow more young adults to get a shot
Provincial Stay-at-Home order pushes start into early June
"It was a happy ending"
A quantity of drugs, weapon and drug paraphernalia were seized
All in-person major events in Toronto have been cancelled through to Labour Day
Planning a vacation and some home renovations
"The reality is you can't fine your way out of a pandemic"
Join a number of Canadian artists on the platform, including Shania Twain, Arkells and Nickelback.
More chills, fatigue and general malaise according to a British study
Addressing and resolving traffic issues in Essa Township
The story of a newspaper delivery boy in the late ’50s who discovers the joy of friendship and music
Golf, tennis and baseball considered a low-risk for virus transmission
Some were due to dehydration and neglect; could have been prevented with 'water and a wipe down'
Device provides a fast, accurate means of testing a driver to detect THC and cocaine
"we're looking at the management of the crowd itself"
Funds raised should allow counselling and support to continue for another 8 months
Milk a cow, take a hip-hop lesson, learn how to use Instagram
Four windows, four recoveries, 24 hours
Choose a meeting place for your family
All four mammography units need to be replaced
"We have to — finally — recognize as a church that sexuality is part of life"
"Simply put, it’s a bad idea"
Reported a man drinking alcohol in parking lot
A billionaire, a childhood cancer survivor, a science instructor and an engineer
COVID parking restrictions take effect June 4
One in five new mothers experiences some type of perinatal mood and anxiety disorder
Owners urged to park outdoors until the problems are fixed
"I didn't think I'm that brave, but once I think about it, it is pretty cool that it could help other kids."
One driver suffered minor injuries
2.1 metres long, 108.8 kilograms
Asphalt being replaced
Why did it take so long? Why was Black Lives Matter allowed to protest?
Stampede began when large numbers of people tried to exit the site
Judge described the event as a crime not a party
"This win will help us get closer to our dream of a waterfront home in Muskoka"
Tracked suspect to a nearby building
Planning festival would be unrealistic in current pandemic
Proceeds to RVH Moments Matter fundraising campaign
Be wary of requests for personal information, spelling mistakes
Prospective landlord not the home's owner
Air force will also begin flying in extra medical staff offered by other provinces
Walking on the tracks is dangerous, puts lives at risk and is illegal
SCDSB students won 15 awards and medals
Honouring businesses offering extra services and amenities to cyclists
Research has shown the lack of sound poses an increased risk of collision to cyclists, pedestrians and those with impaired vision
Won’t hesitate to suspend flights from other countries
'She is always looking out for other people'
Worker had not been given site-specific training
RVH salutes its more than 600 Blue Brigade volunteers
Could help slow the spread of COVID-19 in factories and crowded warehouses
"We are optimistic that we will be able to start the 2021-2022 season in the fall"
Adventure bar has been set low during the pandemic
The stay-at-home order requires everyone to remain at home and only leave for essential purposes
Could be as many as 18,000 new infections a day by the end of May if trends continue
Lack of tourists in the country left the habitats undisturbed, allowing for more growth
Try companion, friend or lover instead
Nominees were judged on creativity, innovation and their wider contributions to Barrie’s development
Wants to ensure continued safety and enjoyment for all
Videos posted to Facebook show tables filled with customers
Several incidents early Monday morning
Relief plan reached between airline and the federal government
Pressure on hospitals increasing
Comes after a months-long meteor drought
They also acquired forward Stefen Noesen in the deal
Taser and imitation handgun among weapons seized
Heritage homes and historic buildings along seven tours
Paraded nearly naked in front of shoppers on Bayfield Street
Move designed to preserve critical care
The Duke of Edinburgh was 99
"Critical to preventing these stops and starts that are so damaging for business"
Non-essential items off limits
Increased risk of stroke and uncovering dementia
In-person shopping at grocery stores, drug stores and garden centres only
Both nations have been able to keep infection rates at near zero
"I thought I wouldn't be able to win for a long time. But I trained hard to win"
Australia, New Zealand lift travel restrictions; Norwegian Cruise Lines ready to set sail
Have you seen Kamil Pawlus?
Banners line the main streets of Alcona and Cookstown
Free parking offered in two locations while work is being done
While frustrating, the shutdown "will bring cases down and vaccinations up and then we'll be in a position to move forward"
Charges include Theft, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime and Prowl by Night
Enjoy the lifestyle of your dreams in this sensational custom home
Cited for pandemic recovery grant initiative
Remote learning for all students would be provided on snow days
Too soon to revise guidelines, but it has been discussed
Profits will go to supporting the hospitality industry
Properties with four-season usability in particular demand
Medical Officer says reopening in Green sent wrong message
Hasbro asking fans to vote for new cards like “Shop Local”, “Rescue A Puppy” or “Help Your Neighbours"
'Current framework has resulted in rising business bankruptcies and bank delinquencies'
50% capacity limit in Simcoe-Muskoka to a maximum of 50 patrons
But remember, March can be moody, April cruel
Far riskier to not get the shot
We could see between 2500 and 5000 new cases a day in the next few weeks
Instant Plinko and Encore their games of choice
Saw too many small dogs coming in for treatment after being attacked
Deadline today for south of Severn River; March 31 for those north of Severn
Ripple of Kindness was founded in 2016 by Barbara White and Mary-Anne Frith
Check your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, too
Seniors among the most vulnerable to be targeted or victimized by fraudulent activities or schemes.
Canada did not receive the same batch of the vaccine
Police searching for a third suspect
Accused had been asked to leave the premises
Was travelling at 67,000 kph
Buying ticket was an afterthought
Part of ongoing OPP investigation in southwestern Ontario
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