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Hospitals receive $1.5 million in ‘one-time’ funding from province to balance books

The Huntsville and Bracebridge hospitals will receive $1.5 million in 'one-time' funding from the province.MUSKOKA — Struggling Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare will be able to balance the books next Tuesday after all. The Huntsville and Bracebridge hospitals will receive $1.5 million in ‘one-time’ funding from the province. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, through…

Gravenhurst budget sees 5.3% tax increase ($135) for average urban property owner

GRAVENHURST — A 5.3 per cent tax increase will see the average Gravenhurst urban property owner pay $135 more this year. For a median single family urban home assessed at $217,250 this would be an increase of approximately $135 annually…

Bond … James Bond & music from Avatar part of BML, MCB school fundraising concert Friday

The concert will be a ton of fun for everyone.BRACEBRIDGE - Ryan West and Caitlyn Henze could be Roger Bolt and Cory Wilson’s grandkids. Cory Wilson and Caitlyn Henze share first chair for the Avatar and James Bond pieces. But the talented young BML musicians share the first and…

New way-finding signs for Bracebridge business parks

BRACEBRIDGE — Finding a business in Bracebridge will be a little easer with a GPS this spring. Entrances to several identified commercial business parks in town are being graced with new gateway signage designed to identify the various business that…

Bracebridge budget increase of 2.1% includes $55,000 for hospital foundation

BRACEBRIDGE — The Town of Bracebridge will continue with its seven-year financial commitment to the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital while passing its annual budget that will see an average tax hike of 2.1 per cent. At its March 24 meeting,…

Clement ‘in full support’ of Canada’s extended fight against ISIL terrorism

MP Tony Clement says he "is in full support" of Canada extending its Operation Impact against ISIL.OTTAWATony Clement will vote to extend Canada’s air war on ISIL in Syria, but “will not be participating in ground combat operations.” MP Tony Clement says he “is in full support” of Canada extending its Operation Impact against…

Deer hunting in provincial park costs man $2,500

PARRY SOUND — Deer hunting in a provincial park cost a Toronto man $2,500 in court recently. The Ministry of Natural Resources says two men have been fined a total of $4,500 for the illegal harvest of a white-tailed deer.…

Fire destroys Riley Lake home in east Gravenhurst

GRAVENHURST — A rural home near Riley Lake was destroyed by fire Wednesday night. Firefighter responded to the raging blaze in the former Ryde Township area of Gravenhurst that saw 20 volunteer firefighters and six trucks. They say in a…

Miller asks minister about Ornge Air Ambulance refusing to land in Parry Sound

QUEEN’S PARK — With raging debate over health care in Parry Sound and Muskoka, MPP Norm Miller has cited serious concerns about emergency paramedic service and their ability to call for the Ornge Airbulance helicopters to airlift patients out of…

MAHC offers 3 painful future hospital options at first of three public meetings this week

MAHC offered three hospital choices to residents of Muskoka.By Mark Clairmont / MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — The choices are painfully obvious. MAHC offered three hospital choices to residents of Muskoka. Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare laid out its options here last night in the first of three consecutive nights of meetings…

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