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Unofficial Election Results For 2018 Orillia Municipal Election

The following summarizes the Unofficial Election Results for the 2018 City of Orillia Municipal Election held Oct. 22, 2018. Elected Mayor – Steve Clarke Elected Councillors for Ward One – David Campbell and Ted Emond Elected Councillors for Ward Two

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Animal Named Agnes Stolen From Elmvale Jungle Zoo Recovered In Quebec

Animals Stolen from Elmvale Jungle Zoo Gibbon Named Agnes Recovered in Quebec   Between May 28, 2018 and May 29, 2018 suspects entered the Elmvale Jungle Zoo and stole three animals; an 18 inch tortoise, a black and white Lemur

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“I STOP, YOU STOP” Is The Message During School Bus Safety Week

From October 22-26, 2018, the OPP are sharing a message during School Bus Safety Week using the message “I STOP, YOU STOP”. The goal is to educate the public about the requirements of stopping for school buses, keeping our children

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Province Wants Your Ideas For A Made-In-Ontario Plan

The Government is inviting the public and businesses to have their say on how Ontario can deal with environmental challenges such as climate change.   “We share an opportunity to work together to tackle the big environmental challenges that currently

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Collège Boréal And Ontario SPCA Sign A 10 Year Animal Wellness Partnership

Collège Boréal and the Ontario SPCA signed a milestone 10-year agreement on Friday to renew a partnership that has given students an opportunity for hands-on animal wellness learning and provided a home base for the Ontario SPCA Sudbury & District Animal Centre. The

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B.C. Couple Win Big On Lottery Ticket Bought While Traveling In Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Lottery reminds people who may have been to the region over the summer to check their tickets   When Chilliwack, B.C. resident Karen Booth, came to visit Atlantic Canada in late September, her long-time partner Brad Charlong asked her

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Cannabis Is Legal But Smoking Everywhere Is Not

Residents asked to be aware, be respectful before smoking cannabis   Bradford West Gwillimbury, ON (October 19, 2018)– Residents of Ontario aged 19 and over are now legally able to buy, consume and grow cannabis, but there are restrictions on

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Woodmill Of Muskoka Offers Tips On Storing Your Outdoor Furniture For The Winter

During the summer months, your outdoor patio furniture gets a lot of use. If you live or cottage in Muskoka or surrounding areas, a cold or wet climate in the winter, you will need to make sure that your patio

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Smile Cookie Campaign Raises An Incredible $41,000 For Sick Children At OSMH

Tim Hortons latest fundraising initiative is sure to spread smiles to staff and children at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. The restaurant’s annual Smile Cookie Campaign raised more than $41,000 for the Hospital’s Outpatient Paediatric Centre. The amount is just shy

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Play Hard, Fight Hard Exhibition Comes To The Aurora Museum

Aurora, ON – The Aurora Museum & Archives has partnered with the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame to bring the Play Hard, Fight Hard: Sport and the Canadian Military travelling exhibition to Aurora. Browse through close to 300 artifacts that

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$50,000 Reward Offered To Find Hit And Run Driver In Springwater Township

The Government of the Province of Ontario is offering a total reward of $50,000 for new information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the death of Dominik ADAMEK.   In the early morning hours of

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OPP Investigate Collision Involving Fire Truck

On October 17th, 2018 at approximately 8:15 a.m. the Orillia OPP received a call of a collision on Highway 12 and Memorial Avenue in the City of Orillia. The collision involved an Orillia Fire Department (OFD) truck and a Sports Utility

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If Deals Can’t Be Reached This Weekend, Postal Service Will Be Disrupted As Of Monday

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers gave notices to Canada Post that job action will begin next week if agreements cannot be reached for the Urban Postal Operations and Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers bargaining units. If job action is

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Extraordinary Family Wanted For Season 2 Of CBC’s Hit Show, Back In Time For Dinner

Here is what you need to know:   They are looking for an extraordinary family to embark on a time travelling adventure of a lifetime for Season 2 of CBC’s hit show, Back In Time For Dinner.   Other family

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Orillia Cop Charged With Domestic Assault

The Orillia OPP responded to a domestic incident (Oct 11, 2018 at 11:00 pm) involving an off duty officer.   The Provincial Constable, a 15 year member, was charged with one count of Domestic Assault contrary to the provisions of

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