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MacTier social justice advocate MacDonald among hundreds of thousands ‘Pussy Power’ protestsers

Dawn MacDonald, centre, and fellow Canadian protesters at the U.S. Capitol Saturday afternoon for the 'Pussy Power' protest against Donald Trump's presidency.MacTier native and social justice advocate Dawn MacDonald was among  close to half a million women and men in Washington. D.C. Saturday to protest Donald’s Trump’s presidency. Dawn MacDonald, centre, and fellow Canadian protesters at the U.S. Capitol Saturday afternoon…

Hospitals set up patient, family advocacy group

MAHC's patient and framily advisory committee: Front left, Debbie Provan, MAHC Chief Quality & Nursing Executive Karen Fleming, Donna Denny and Aaron Goodchild. Back left, MAHC Executive Assistant Christine Loshaw, Tammy Purvis-Ford, Robert Martin, Trudy Franklin, HDMH Manager of Support Services Bev Leslie-Suddaby, Linda Shier, Pat Looker, Bill Paterson and MAHC Chief Executive Officer Natalie Bubela. Missing, Brian Ferguson.MUSKOKA — A new patient advocacy committee has begun meeting to advise local hospital officials. MAHC’s patient and framily advisory committee: Front left, Debbie Provan, MAHC Chief Quality & Nursing Executive Karen Fleming, Donna Denny and Aaron Goodchild. Back left,…

Las Vegas Donald Trump’s kind of town now – the best and worst of U.S. of A.

Only in American can you shake hands with the leader of the free world in a souvenir shop.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com LAS VEGAS — Four years ago I stood on the steps of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., where today Donald J. Trump is being sworn in at noon as a the 45th President of the United…

Bracebrdige sponsors ‘thrilled’ to report their family accepted as refugees to Canada

Berivan and Hassan and baby Pella now expect to be in Bracebridge by this summer.BRACEBRIDGE — The Syrian Refuge Bracebridge team said Wednesday morning: “We are absolutely thrilled to tell you that the Khaleds have been accepted as refugees to Canada.” Berivan and Hassan and baby Pella now expect to be in Bracebridge by…

OPP dive team search for missing snowmobiler comes up empty after 2 days in Gravenhurst

GRAVENHURST — A search for a snowmobiler believed to have gone through the ice in south Gravenhurst Saturday night has so far come up empty. Provincial police at Bracebridge said Tuesday that the OPP Underwater Search and Recovery Unit, with…

Chief Medical Officer declares ‘community-wide flu activity’ for Simcoe-Muskoka

SIMCOE-MUSKOKA — If you didn’t get your flu shot, you may be in the midst of a flu outbreak. So says the chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Charles Gardner, who has issued a “declaration of widespread influenza activity” in…

3 Huntsville hunters fined $5,500 after firing at decoy from boat

BRACEBRIDGE — Two Huntsville hunters charged with firing their guns from a motorboat were fined a total of $4,500 and received licence suspensions in court here last week for targeting a MNRF decoy. A third man in their hunting party…

Missing snowmobiler on McLaren Bay in south Gravenhurst presumed drowned Saturday night

GRAVENHURST — A missing snowmobiler presumed to have gone through the ice Saturday night in the Kahshe Lake area of south Gravenhurst had police divers searching McLaren Bay Sunday for a body. Provincial police from Bracebridge were first to respond…

GHS grad wins national architecture award for study on impact of rising sea levels on islands

Architech Alec Ring is the winner of a national award. He is a Gravenhurst High School graduate.GRAVENHURST — A Gravenhurst    High     School  graduate has been awarded the 2016 Canadian Architect Student Award of Excellence for his masters of architecture thesis. Architect Alec Ring is the winner of a national award. He is a Gravenhurst High School…

Wettest, snowiest December in Muskoka in decades: Environment Canada

On the highways and in town getting around in December was very tricky at times due to double the snowfall at 180 cms.MUSKOKA — The final numbers are in and it proves December was one of the wettest (since 1982) and snowiest (since 1951) in decades. On the highways and in town getting around in December was very tricky at times due…

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