You Better Watch Out, You Better Not Pout! Winter’s Here, Retiring Police Chief, Heather Hill, and More!

We’re back with the final episode of What Barrie’s Talking About for the year. But have no fear, we’ll be back in the New Year to bring you more of what’s important to you in Barrie.

On this week’s episode, Santa Claus is coming to town, the Winter long-range forecast, Barrie Police Chief Kimberly Greenwood’s retirement,  singer/songwriter Heather Hill, The Trews, and more.

This Week On What Barrie’s Talking About

1. This Winter’s Long-Range Forecast

Winter has arrived … and after a milder than usual Fall, will the mild pattern continue? Environment Canada forecaster David Phillips shakes the snowglobe and looks ahead. His forecast’s have been pretty damn accurate for the last several seasons …

2. Barrie Police Chief Kimberly Greenwood Retires

The start of winter brings the end of Kimberly Greenwood’s tenure as Chief of the Barre Police Service, and the end of her policing career after more than 40 years. Barrie 360’s Ian MacLennan sat down with her for a look back. 

3. Singer/Songwriter and Pianist Heather Hill From The Blue Mountains

Her music has been described as life affirming, and uplifting. Heather Hill has found her way from Woodstock, to Toronto to The Blue Mountains. She has found her way into the hearts and souls of listeners with her piano melodies and vocals.

4. Santa Claus Came to Join Us And The Trews New Holiday Song

Santa and his elves are making some final rounds at the malls and parades before taking the reindeer for their annual run. He stopped by Barrie 360 to see if Ian MacLennan has been on his best behaviour …

The Trews also joined us in the newsroom to talk about their new Christmas single. They speak with Rock 95s McCully. 

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