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Swift River threatens Canada Day celebrations with trespassing at Bala Falls park Saturday

BALA — Fifth annual Canada Day celebrations planned for Saturday night at the Bala Falls have been cancelled after organizers were threatened with arrest and charges in a letter from Swift River, the proponents of a proposed hydro plant at…

Bracebridge man claims in Facebook posting that he was assaulted by police

A Bracebridge man claims he was assaulted by police.By Matt Sitler / MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE - OPP tell MuskokaTODAILY that no official complaint has been made to police about an alleged assault by an OPP officer on a Bracebridge man. A Bracebridge man claims he was assaulted by police.…

‘VIEWPOINT’ Canada, enjoy July 1 – Muskoka is celebrating your 148th birthday

‘VIEWPOINT’ By Matt Sitler Well, it’s finally arrived — the week when we celebrate our national pride and give thanks for living in the best country in the world.  ‘VIEWPOINT’With Matthew Sitler Each year Muskoka is one of the best…

Bracebridge does 180 on a single site hospital – now petitioning for 2 sites again

BRACEBRIDGE — You gotta give it to town council here, they’re certainly not sitting back on the one hospital file. They’re fighting tooth and nail. And while it may have something to do with the devastating blow in the future…

Fly Me to the Moon ‘brilliant black comedy’ from Belfast at Opera House to July 17

Francis and Loretta (Melee Hutton and Jane Miller),  are hilarious as they try to troubleshoot their way out of their quagmire.Review by Marilyn de Lang, photos by Max Durnford GRAVENHURST — Death, guilt, deception, greed — hardly conventional ingredients for laughter. Francis and Loretta (Melee Hutton and Jane Miller), are hilarious as they try to troubleshoot their way out of…

Digital mamography unit at SMMH helps 3,000 women per year

Colin Miller, executive Director of the SMH Foundation, MAHC CEO Natalie Bubela, and members of the SMMH Auxiliary including Sharon Davis, Caroline Boyes, Shirley McAnsh-Booth and Jan Davidson, with the new digital mammography unit.MUSKOKA — With almost 3,000 women a year receiving mammograms at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital, new digital imaging is important. Colin Miller, left, executive Director of the SMH Foundation, MAHC CEO Natalie Bubela, and members of the SMMH Auxiliary including…

From Palm Springs to Port Carling, pop up store tent sale offers ‘upcycling’

PORT CARLING — A bit of a new twist on an old idea sees a pop up store emerge here to start the first week of summer. Margo Haines, an “amazing interior designer” has sale happening in Port Carling from…

CO poisoning lands 3 people in hospital in Lake of Bays

LAKE OF BAYS Huntsville-Lake of Bays Fire Chief Stephen Hernen is a huge proponent of CO detectors. He says that for the second time this month they have likely saved lives. On June 2 Huntsville fire crews responded to…

Clement address U.S. Senate budget, Homeland Security meeting in D.C. to talk red tape

WASHINGTON D.C. – Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Tony Clement, and Canada`s President of the Treasury Board, appeared today at a joint hearing of the Senate budget and Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committees to address the `’True Cost of Regulations.’ Clement,…

Vandals strike again in Gravenhurst, damaging pool window

GRAVENHURST — Just over a week after vandals tagged the Barge and did considerable damage to it, someone also struck the Centennial Centre pool area Monday. Police are appealing for the public’s assistance regarding a mischief that occurred to the…

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