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Sears to Close Its Remaining Stores

Sears Canada has announced that it and a number of its subsidiaries will be applying to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for approval to liquidate all of its remaining stores and assets. It is expected the Court will hear

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Visiting Bala Cranberry Festival

There will be some new faces at this year’s Bala Cranberry Festival. Special guests Michaelangelo and Raphael of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be making a special stop into Ontario’s Cranberry Capital. The Turtles will be in town for a

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Man Airlifted to Toronto Hospital After Fall While Climbing in Devil’s Glen Provincial Park

Just after 1 p.m. on Sunday, October 8, 2017 Huronia West OPP officers responded to a report that a man had fallen while climbing a rock face in Devil’s Glen Provincial Park. Upon arrival Police met with Clearview Fire Department

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World-Record Setting Curlers Raise $3,668 for Advanced Cardiac Care at RVH

A group of ten big-hearted curlers played for 105 hours to claim a Guinness World Record for most time played, raising an amazing $3,668 in the process to help bring Advanced Cardiac Care to Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre. The

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Fog Expected To Develop Tonight Over Many Areas In Southern Ontario

Fog advisory in effect for: Bracebridge – Gravenhurst Huntsville – Baysville Port Carling – Port Severn Town of Parry Sound – Rosseau – Killbear Park Barrie – Collingwood – Hillsdale Midland – Coldwater – Orr Lake Orillia – Lagoon City

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Employment Continues To Increase In Many Economic Regions Across Ontario Including Muskoka/Barrie

Employment in Ontario increased by 34,700 in September, the third straight month of job gains,and the unemployment rate fell to 5.6 per cent, the lowest level since July 2000.Employment in Ontario is up 169,500 year-over-year. The province’s unemployment rate has

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This Thanksgiving, Gobble Up Ontario Goodness

To make the most of your festive meal this Thanksgiving, be sure to include locally grown and harvested food and beverages. Local food is healthy and delicious, and supporting local farmers across Ontario is a great way to celebrate those

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OPP Search For Missing Boater Near Trim Tree Island On Georgian Bay

West Parry Sound OPP say they received a call about a missing person near Trim Tree Island on the waters of Georgian Bay. Owen Sands, 53 years of age from Toronto was reported missing by his family. Sands was last

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Pedestrian Fatally Struck by GO Train in Innisfil

On Friday, October 6, 2017, just after 7 a.m., South Simcoe Police Service officers, along with Innisfil Fire and Rescue and Simcoe County Paramedics and investigators from Metrolinx were dispatched to the GO Transit line, less than a kilometre south of Innisfil Beach

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OPP Clock Impaired Driver at 183 km/h in an 80 km/h Zone

Huronia West OPP are thankful a situation involving a driver under the influence of alcohol didn’t end up a lot worse after he was stopped for speeding in Elmvale Thursday night. Just prior to midnight on October 5, 2017 an

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Fall Colour Report – Thanksgiving Weekend 2017

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Search Warrant Leads to the Seizure of Cocaine, Cash & Assault Rifle

On Thursday October 4th, officers from the Criminal Investigations Bureau and Emergency Response Unit with the assistance of Simcoe County Tactical Paramedics executed search warrants at two separate residences in Bradford West Gwillimbury.  The search warrants were the result of a month long investigation

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Aurora Officially Opens the First Fully-Accessible Park

The Town of Aurora is pleased to formally recognize the opening of Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Park. This fully-accessible park features equipment suitable for all ages and abilities, a rubberized surface, sandbox, fountain, sensory garden and quaint meditation area. The existing walking circuit

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Caledon Hosts Bicycle Friendly Community Workshop

The Town of Caledon and Region of Peel are inviting residents to participate in a Bicycle Friendly Community Workshop. The workshop is presented by the Share the Road Cycling Coalition, a provincial cycling advocacy organization working to build a bicycle-friendly

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Take Smoking Outside to Prevent Fires and Drifting Smoke

If you need a push to help you decide it’s time to quit smoking consider this: smoking and smoking materials are the number one cause of fatal home fires in Ontario. Fatalities which, like tobacco-related deaths, are totally preventable. The

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