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Muskoka Brewery first Muskoka business certified as ‘Living Wage’ employer

Gary McMullen, owner of Muskoka Brewery, and Olivia Train celebrate another milestone for 20-year-old company.By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE — Garry McMullen wants everybody to afford a beer. Gary McMullen, owner of Muskoka Brewery, and Olivia Train celebrate another milestone for 20-year-old company. That may sound self-serving coming from the owner of Muskoka…

Muskoka Charity ‘Foot Golf’ fun chance to kick around new sport June 25

DSCF1910 (Small)BRACEBRIDGE — Here’s a unique opportunity next weekend to combine golf and soccer. It’s called “Foot Golf,” and Gravenhurst Rotarians are taking over the Highlands Golf Course to kick it around. The fundraiser for youth projects with the club let…

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after crashing on Black River Road

BRACEBRIDGE — A Minden Hills man suffered nonlife-threatening injuries late Wednesday afternoon after going off the road. Bracebridge OPP officers responded to a single vehicle motorcycle collision that occurred on Highway 118 just east of the Black River Road in…

Gravenhurst moves to develop Muskoka Centre – could be another Muskoka Wharf 3-P partnership

The 70-acre property is prime real estate on Lake Muskoka in north Gravenhurst.GRAVENHURST — Town officials here are working to develop the old Muskoka Centre in what could be another Muskoka Wharf public-provate parternship. The 70-acre property is prime real estate on Lake Muskoka in north Gravenhurst. In a move approved at…

Tut, tut — no self-driving cars here, please … only muscle machines in this field of dreams

Now this is motorin'. A mean machine made for more than parkin'.Photos and story by Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — They came early and stayed late for the annual car show in Gull Lake Rotary Park Saturday. Now this is motorin’. A mean machine made for more than parkin’. Both…

Hot rods, rad rides celebrate cool dudes, dads Father’s Day in Braceridge

Dad and daughter Lucas and Lucy Archer of Gravenhurst.Photos and story by Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE — Fathers and sons, dads and daughters car-lovers all got revved up Sunday for some hot wheels. Father’s Day was the perfect day for Tom Parkin to hang out with sons…

Elmvale Merchants scorching hot in taking Bracebridge Men’s Fastball Invitational Tournament

Blackdog Farm pitcher Ted Conway fires to the plate as a Toaunche runner breaks for third.Photos and story Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE — The Elmvale Merchants were the hottest team on the weekend with a scorching 5-0 record at the championship of the Bracebridge Men’s Fastball Invitational Tournament on the weekend. Blackdog Farm pitcher…

St. John Ambulance celebrate 25 years helping Muskokans

BRACEBRIDGE — St. John Ambulance personnel have been a familiar fixture at many public events for decades in Bracebridge with their distinctive black and white uniforms and first aid kits at the ready in the vent of public injury. So,…

Major Trent Severn Lock 37 work in Bolsover complete

PETERBOROUGH One of the largest construction projects Parks Canada has undertaken in Eastern Canada in 25 years is mostly done. Construction of the new water control dam in Bolsover at Lock 37 is complete and site rehabilitation is underway.…

RIDE stop near car show leads to impaired driving charge for Scarborough man

Hundreds of cars lined Manitoba Street Sunday for the annual Father's Day Car Show.BRACEBRIDGE – A car show is no place for drinking and driving. Hundreds of cars lined Manitoba Street Sunday for the annual Father’s Day Car Show. So a driver from Scarborough found out Saturday as he ran into a RIDE…

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