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Archive for: December, 2013

Lakeland Power reports minor outages last week from ice storm in Bracebridge area

BRACEBRIDGE -… While southern Ontario recovers from massive power outages (600,000 without power at the peak) here in central Ontario residents escaped with relatively minor damage – aside from the cold and snow.
Still, many customers have been making a

Snowmobilers ecstatic about snow in Muskoka, as sledding season off to best start in years

ORILLIA –… Snowmobilers and their friends in Muskoka are grinning ear to ear this week.
With almost as much snow the past two weeks as some winters, the sledding season is off to its best start in years.
But with

Good Samaritan returns gifts found on Hwy. 118 Christmas morning

RACEBRIDGE – Gifts that fell off Santa’s sled as he flew by Bracebridge Christmas were scooped up and turned into police.
Police say that on Christmas morning, a good Samaritan attended to Bracebridge OPP and turned over an abundance of…

Staff locker at South Muskoka Golf and Curling Club robbed

BRACEBRIDGE – Two people have been charged with thefts from a staff locker at a golf course here.
Bracebridge OPP and the Muskoka Vice officers of the same detachment say in a news release that they have solved several recent…

Merry Christmas! From MuskokaTODAILY

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Merry Christmas!
 
Have a happy day.

Drive Safe.
 
Don’t drink too much egg nog!…
 
From

MuskokaTODAILY.

Ice storm reminds everyone to stock up with emergency provisions and preparedness

MUSKOKA… – The ice storm that has caused havoc across southern and a bit into Central Ontario has mostly spared Muskoka.
Power companies Veridian in Gravenhurst, Hydro One and Lakelands Power in Bracebridge and Huntsville report no major outages.
But

Muskoka hospitals formalize protocols for gifts of life organ donation

MUSKOKA – …Want to give the gift that keeps on giving, this Christmas?
Do something that will keep the holiday spirit alive year-round.
Sign up to donate your organs – if you haven’t already.
With many people and their families 

PSW strikers have friend, ally in MPP Norm Miller

Striking PSWs were out in front of the new Service Ontario office in Gravenhurst Wednesday, promoting their case.

BRACEBRIDGE – Personal support workers who have been on the picket line in Gravenhurst and Muskoka this week, have friend and ally at Queen’s Park.
Now in the second week of a personal support workers (PSWs) strike, Norm Miller, MPP…

Gravenhurst seeks public members to implement downtown plan

GRAVENHURST – The plan is in place – now the town needs help pulling it off.
The Downtown Revitalization Committee, a committee of Gravenhurst town council, is seeking new membership to carry out the implementation of the strategic action plan,…

Six NDP wishes for Tony Clement to pass on to PM Harper

Dear Editor: 
I thought maybe Tony Clement could pass my Christmas wish list on to Stephen Harper this year. 
If Stephen Harper and conservatives can fork out $90,000 to commit bribery, fraud and breach of trust dealing with a Senator,…

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