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MPP Miller says province’s slight of hand hiding $5 billion to ‘balance budget’ »

“This supposedly balanced budget is a one-time offer because they have no plan to really achieve balance over the long term,” says Norm Miller

QUEEN’S PARK — Norm Miller isn’t buying the Liberals’ claim about being in the black again. “This supposedly balanced budget is a one-time offer because they have no plan to really achieve balance over the long term,” says Norm Miller……

Apr 29 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Transit news: Bracebridge route stop closed May 1; Huntsville raising rider rates June 1 »

BRACEBRIDGE / HUNTSVILLE Bracebridge residents and visitors are advised of the following Bracebridge Transit schedule change during the District Municipality of Muskoka watermain and sanitary sewer upgrades, and road reconstruction on Muskoka Road 16 (Ecclestone Drive) between the Silver……

Apr 29 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Gravenhurst issues $3,000 in fines for illegal burning while issuing warning about cost for calls »

GRAVENHURST — Spring cleanup doesn’t mean burning the leaves you failed to rake up last fall. Town issues fines of $500 and $2,500 this year for illegal burning. Town officials here remind you that that small fire in your backyard……

Apr 29 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

‘Charlee’s Run’ fun fundraiser for prenatal loss Sat., April 29 in Orillia »

ORILLIA ‘Charlee’s Run’ is a 1 km/5 km Fun Run/Walk. This event is named in memory of Charlee Clare Holmes and is held in honour of all those who have experienced prenatal and infant loss. All proceeds from this……

Apr 28 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Chinese school deal not dead – just delayed – says ‘optimisitc’ Gravenhurst CAO Davies »

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — Don’t panic. The deal’s not done — as in done-in. The province has rejected a Town of Gravenhurst offer to buy 70 acres of prime Muskoka Lake real estate and then sell it on……

Apr 26 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Gravenhurst Library week includes talks about future, seeks public opinion at meetings »

GRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Public Library is continuing to plan for the future and is looking to the community to assist them through public focus group discussions to be held the week of April 24. “We really want to encourage……

Apr 25 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Orillia Silver Band to kick brass on April 28 in Rene Caisse Theatre ‘Budding Fanfare’ concert »

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE — To hear the Orillia Silver Band they kick brass. The Orillia Silver Band are considered one of the best brass bands in Ontario. They play the Rene Caisse Theatre Friday night, April 28. It……

Apr 23 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Huntsville’s Swing Bridge to get new Master’s Cabin Thursday »

HUNTSVILLE Who knew the captain was still alive or that bridge even still swings. But, apparently one if not two of the above is true.  The Town of Huntsville is notifyig residents that there will be temporary road and……

Apr 22 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

MAHC wins silver for redcution in waste generation, greenhouse gas emissions »

MUSKOKA — Waste reduction efforts at the local hospital are getting better, but there’s room for improvement. Just ahead of Earth Day, Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare’s environmental performance has earned a silver recognition through the Ontario Hospital Association’s 2016 Green Hospital……

Apr 21 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

‘Death Trap’ a killer play in these right hands »

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com REVIEW BRACEBRIDGE — The great thing about hit plays is they are deceptively simple — and satisfying. Earl Sacrey, left, Emma Phillips and James Fairburn will entrap you. Almost anyone can do them. That’s why small……

Apr 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More »
District News

FOR SALE: Woodworking shop tools, drills, saws, etc. »

Dozens of tools and saws for sale from large woodworking shop.

FOR SALE: Woodworking shop tools

Complete professional-grade woodworking shop tools.

More than 100 pieces – including radial arm saw, vices etc.

$2,000 for whole set. 705-687-6869 Dozens…

Apr 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Bifocals band May 21 feature of St. James’ 150 concert series »

Sunday, May 21 ~ Gravenhurst Bi-Focals Band – fifty piece community band directed by Kim Barlow. 2 p.m., St. James Anglican Church, 191 Hotchkiss St.,…

Apr 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

May 16: Making floral designs at Gravenhurst Hort mtg. »

Tuesday, May 16 ~ Making a Floral Design without Oasis by Betty Morrison. Gravenhurst Horticultural Society meeting starts 7:30 p.m. at the Gravenhurst Seniors Centre,…

Apr 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Second body recovered in Rice Lake after fishing accident in November »

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP The body of a man found floating in Rice Lake Saturday is believed to be the second victim of a fishing accident…

Apr 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Free clothing giveaway on April 22 at St. James Anglican Church »

GRAVENHURST — St. James Anglican Church, in Gravenhurst, is holding a free clothing giveaway Sat. April 22, at 191 Hotchkiss St. Please use basement entrance off…

Apr 15 2017 / Comments Off on Free clothing giveaway on April 22 at St. James Anglican Church / Read More »

Oro-Medonte man charged with human trafficking »

ORILLIA An Oro-Medonte man has been charged with human trafficking. Provincial police say in a release Friday the Orillia OPP detachment’s Crime Unit under the…

Apr 14 2017 / Comments Off on Oro-Medonte man charged with human trafficking / Read More »

Body of missing worker on snowmobile found in Lake Joe »

BRACEBRIDGE – Police are investigating after the body of a missing worker who went through the ice on a snowmobile was found a month after…

Apr 12 2017 / Comments Off on Body of missing worker on snowmobile found in Lake Joe / Read More »

DEATH NOTICE: Marianne Clairmont, former VON nurse in Gravenhurst »

Marianne Clairmont, former VON nurse in Gravenhurst.

Clairmont, Marianne, 87 Peacefully at the Simcoe Manor in Beeton on Friday, March 31, 2017 in her 88th year. Marianne Clairmont, former VON nurse…

Apr 11 2017 / Comments Off on DEATH NOTICE: Marianne Clairmont, former VON nurse in Gravenhurst / Read More »

Repeat offender picked up in Barrie by ROPE squad »

BARRIE A repeat offender who fled on parole has been apprehended here. Ryan Hamelin was arrested in Barrie Tuesday. The Repeat Offender Parole…

Mar 29 2017 / Comments Off on Repeat offender picked up in Barrie by ROPE squad / Read More »

Barrie police on the lookout for escaped offender »

Ryan Hamelin was arrested in Barrie Tuesday.

TORONTO A Canada-wide warrant for federal offender has police in Barrie on the lookout. Ryan Hamelin may be in Barrie, the GTA…

Mar 27 2017 / Comments Off on Barrie police on the lookout for escaped offender / Read More »
Events

Bifocals band May 21 feature of St. James’ 150 concert series

Sunday, May 21 ~ Gravenhurst Bi-Focals Band – fifty piece community band directed by Kim Barlow. 2 p.m., St. James Anglican Church, 191 Hotchkiss St., Gravenhurst. Free will…

Apr 24 2017 / Read More »

May 16: Making floral designs at Gravenhurst Hort mtg.

Tuesday, May 16 ~ Making a Floral Design without Oasis by Betty Morrison. Gravenhurst Horticultural Society meeting starts 7:30 p.m. at the Gravenhurst Seniors Centre, 480 First St.…

Apr 24 2017 / Read More »

Free clothing giveaway on April 22 at St. James Anglican Church

GRAVENHURST — St. James Anglican Church, in Gravenhurst, is holding a free clothing giveaway Sat. April 22, at 191 Hotchkiss St. Please use basement entrance off of John Street. For…

Apr 15 2017 / Read More »

Learn how to build a bird cage planter Mar. 21 at Hort mtg.

GRAVENHURST — The next meeting of the Gravenhurst Horticultural Society takes place on Mar. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Gravenhurst Seniors’ Activity Centre. Learn how to make a…

Mar 8 2017 / Read More »
Letters

Six NDP wishes for Tony Clement to pass on to PM Harper

Dear Editor:  I thought maybe Tony Clement could pass my Christmas wish list on to Stephen Harper this year.  If Stephen Harper and conservatives can fork out $90,000 to commit…

Dec 17 2013 / Read More »

End speed limit for light vehicles

Letter to Editor: Re: End This Speed Limit Our freeway speed limits are set for tractor trailers, cement mixers and school buses. Meanwhile automobiles, light trucks, SUVs and motorcycles are…

Dec 11 2013 / Read More »

Conservatives and Liberals two peas in same pod

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In the days following their 1995 election win, Norm Miller’s chosen political party, the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, started gutting income security programs in Ontario. The current Liberal…

Jul 23 2012 / Read More »

 

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