In both cases, the threats that were made were determined to be unsubstantiated
Hours of operation and variety of ultrasound service is expanding
Group leader, Bernie, said they have been playing as a group for seven years now. “This is our first big win – everyone was pretty excited!” he shared while at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto to pick up their prize.
immunization services paused in March 2020 due to increased COVID demands
Designation generating some buzz
No clinics in Muskoka due to COVID-19 and additional demands on veterinarians
Praise comes as National Forest Week begins
Over 151,000 lbs of textiles were collected last spring
"This project has been the most exciting library adventure in which I have been involved.”
New lanes expected to reduce travel time by up to 25 minutes during peak periods
andra Kaspar of Ramara has that “6/49 feeling”
applicants must be a permanent, full-time resident
Charity ride takes place Sunday, September 26
Online session runs from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday
Brent Thomas to lead joint fire service
Construction to replace roof underway
Planning continues for new performing arts centre in downtown Barrie
Scanner is the result of years of fundraising
The update is in response to the fourth wave of COVID-19
Clinics begin Sept. 9
Public survey launched to assist in development of action plan
14 intersections need coverage, only 11 crossing guards have signed up
Recall covers nine products
Sue Talampas praising local health care team following heart attack
Residents of Barrie, Innisfil, Newmarket and Beeton are part of the group
Music is Serena’s medicine
Cooling Centre, Beaches, Libraries, Splash Pads
When temperatures are high, overexertion will increase the risk of heat exhaustion, dehydration, or heat stroke
"widespread vaccination is our best strategy to a safe and more rapid return to on-campus life"
He plans to give half his winnings to his parents
Increase in ER visits for suspected opioid overdoses has increased over the past few weeks
app will notify users when the pass is expiring
Simcoe-Muskoka chosen to host one of 17 virtual races around the globe
School vaccination program will help province combat Delta Variant as students return to class this Fall
OBCM also calling for more reliable broadband access
“We know widespread vaccination is our best strategy to a safe and more rapid return to on-campus life"
Seven downtown businesses participating
Winning ticket purchased at Pioneer On The Run on Yonge Street in Innisfil
ideaLabs in Alcona and Cookstown are open today, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MZO will help expedite the building of Innisfil’s new GO Station
Steve W. of Parry Sound, won the big jackpot
A $100 prize is on the line
$609,000 raised by 44 golfers
commemorative landmarks highlighting rich and vibrant historical photos celebrating our Town’s past for all to enjoy
The pair matched the last six of seven ENCORE numbers in exact order
Elements of the design represent the five fingers that built Midland (logging, shipping, railway, agriculture, and manufacturing)
Most adult inpatients can now identify more than just one individual as an Essential Visitor
“The fact that the City of Markham chose BFES to deliver such a critical service to their residents is a testament to the outstanding skills and expertise of the BFES team."
Chief expresses admiration for our community
"this pump track will go a long way to ensuring our youth have another exciting option to get active.”
Lot will be closed as of Friday, July 23
City offering to pay individuals 16+ while training to become certified lifeguards
Barrie 360 has partnered with the City of Barrie to live stream tomorrow's Healing After Trauma mental wellness event
Polling shows Canadians prefer hot dogs grilled and topped with ketchup
To date, City staff have hauled and disposed of approximately 108 tonnes of tornado debris at the Barrie Landfill Site.
City staff have now completed clearing all public lands in the affected area
"All in-person instruction and on-campus activities... would be permitted to resume without capacity limits."
It was the first of three bottle drives this summer
The City’s information centre located in the trailer near Saint Gabriel’s School will remain on site
Insurance companies have set up mobile trailers to assist residents with claims
"It is still vital that we continue to follow the precautions necessary to prevent a resurgence of COVID-19 in our area"
Some customers could be without power until tomorrow afternoon
Allowing two visitors at a time for inpatients between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Step Three focuses on the resumption of more indoor services
Themed intravenous poles will help young Soldiers' patients live out their superhero dreams
Award recognizes a career of exceptional service or distinctive merit
Expect lane restrictions from Madelaine Drive to Yonge Street
Branch set to receive Ontario Library Association award at July 14 virtual event
Overexertion will increase the risk of heat exhaustion, dehydration, or heat stroke
Walk-ins are available to indigenous individuals age 12 years of age and older
Diversion program also ensures litter will be analyzed so action can be taken to stop most major litter types at the source.
Downtown street closures begin July 2
The move will allow Orillia to re-open the ice pad at Assessment Centre
Vergilio Fiore of Barrie won big on a ticket in March
Jason Ford spent nine-plus seasons with the team as general manager and head scout
491 affordable housing spaces created over 2020
Residents can enjoy the day by streaming shows from home or by attending in-person
Pollinator Week runs from June 21 to 27
Supportive Care Assistant program involves six weeks of online training followed by a four-month paid work placement