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Clement stands up for doctors who may want to opt out of assisted dying services

OTTAWA Tony Clement calls the government’s decision to curtail debate on assisted dying “outrageous.” The Parry Sound-Muskoka MP also wants to “protect the conscience rights of physicians and health professionals who may object” to taking part. He criticized the…

Census ensures accurate, timely information for public, private planning

BRACEBRIDGE —The census is back after MP Tony Clement gutted it when he and the Conservatives were in government. And that means Canadians coast to coast to coast will once again be asked to sharpen their pencils, charge their…

80 pilots land under perfect skies for the 10th annual Muskoka Flying Club safety seminar

Pilots got practical training in addition to the theories behind flying safely.By Earle Robinson, Muskoka Flying Club The Muskoka Flying Club successfully hosted its 10th annual spring aviation safety seminar Saturday, April 30. Pilots got practical training in addition to the theories behind flying safely. More than 80 pilots from central…

Vandals trash Gull Lake Rotary Park in Gravenhurst

GRAVENHURST — Major vandalism at Gull Lake Rotary Park has police on the hunt for vandals and the public’s help in catching them. The OPP say they are looking for the public’s assistance in an investigation into a mischief at…

April’s cold, snow leading to more normal May

MUSKOKA — The calendar says spring is here, but April temperatures were unusually cold and snowfall amounts exceeded those of March. Mean temperatures observed in Ontario in April 2016 were colder than normal across the province, says Geoff Coulson, warning…

‘Band Bash’ combines best of BML and Muskoka Concert bands Thursday night at Rene Caisse

bmlss - May 5, 2016BRACEBRIDGE — Some of Muskoka’s best musicians are teaming up to support the BMLSS instrumental music program Thursday night for a free-will concert at the Rene Caisse Theatre, at 7:30 p.m. Music teacher John Minnis and his students are being…

Gravenhurst firefighters host “FireSmart” info session in Ryde May 7

image001RYDE — Gravenhurst firefighters are inviting the public to their open house in conjunction with National Wildfire Preparedness Day this Saturday, May 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Ryde Fire Station, 1622 Barkway Road (next to the…

Is free tuition really free? NDP question Liberal proposal for post secondary study

QUEEN’S PARK – Peggy Sattler, Ontario NDP Training, Colleges and Universities Critic, released the following open letter to Premier Wynne outlining NDP concerns with the Liberal marketing decision to call a reorganized student financial assistant program “free tuition.” Dear Premier…

Parry Sound airport celebrates success of CANPASS border security pre-clearance services

SEGUIN TOWNSHIP The Parry Sound and Area Municipal Airport is celebrating the success of its CANPASS program, which was instituted last fall. It’s the program the Muskoka Airport is looking to land for its plans to bring regular service.…

James Bartleman to talk about truth and reconciliation and new book ‘Seasons of Hope’ at CFUW ‘Author’s Night’ May 6 at Opera House

James Bartleman, a familiar face around Muskoka, will speak May 6 about his new book "Season's of Hope: Memoir of Ontario's First Aboriginal Lieutenant Governor."GRAVENHURST — There are many compelling reasons to hear James Bartleman speak at the 18th annual CFUW Muskoka Author’s night May 6 at the Gravenhurst Opera House. Chief among them is his personal insight into the plight of First Nations…

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