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Archive for: June, 2016

Canada Day celebrations all day wrap up with at least 5 public fireworks displays at night

AT 11:30 a.m. Canada Day at The Barge in Gravenhurst, the Fernglen Fiddleheads will be featured.By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com MUSKOKA — O Canada! What a day you’re in for Friday, July 1, and all weekend. AT 11:30 a.m. Canada Day at The Barge in Gravenhurst, the Fernglen Fiddleheads will be featured. Our 149th birthday…

Daisy Awards nominations now being accepted for Gravenhurst properties

GRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Daisy Awards recognize residents, businesses and groups whose outstanding efforts have produced beautiful front yard gardens or landscapes that contribute to a more attractive neighbourhood and community. Not only are the awards meant to recognize property…

Rev-Tones to rock Music on the Barge with ’50s, ’60s songs Sunday July 3

The Rev-Tones roar into town Sunday night for Music on the Barge at Gull Lake Rotary Park.GRAVENHURST — Better weather this Canada Day weekend means a return to Music on the Barge, after the Orillia Silver Band got rained out Sunday. Popular music from the 1950s and 1960s featuring the Rev-Tones Sunday in Gravenhurst. Fred Schulz…

Remember fireworks safety on Canada Day long weekend, say firefighters

MUSKOKA — To minimize the risk of fire and burn injuries on Canada Day, The Huntsville/Lake of Bays Fire Department recommends that you attend one of the many public fireworks displays being held in our communities. “On July 1st, the…

Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital balances budget 5th straight year

Paul Leskew, left, who has served on the OSMH board for the past nine years, was one of five departing directors honoured at the OSMH’s AGM Tuesday. ORILLIA Balancing the books a fifth straight year and laying the groundwork…

Orillia hospital foundation raised almost $3M last year

ORILLIA The Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital Foundation will have a new board, new mandate and more money to support the hospital next year. The OSMH Foundation welcomed three new board members at their AGM. Dr. Reza Behjati, left, Dr.…

Muskoka Forest Fire Rating ‘HIGH’ for Canada Day: means no fireworks allowed in Muskoka Lakes Township – but OK rest of Muskoka

fire rating logo copyGRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Fire Departmenet reminds local residents to be aware of the correct Muskoka Forest Fire Rating Hotline at 1-877-847-1577. The Muskoka Fire Danger Rating is currently set at “HIGH” which means – fire danger is serious –…

Teen goes missing from school final week of classes

missing tiny boy (Small) copyPENETANGUISHENE — Provincial police in Southern Georgian Bay are asking the public’s helping locating a teen who went missing from school Tuesday, during the final week of classes. Members of the Southern Georgian Bay OPP are investigating a report in…

Public high school teachers settle ‘local’ contract issues, end work to rule by ratifying final deal

osstf logo copy (Small)By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com LINDSAY — Local grievances that led to work to rule and delayed final signing of a contract by the 500 public high school teachers in Central Ontario have been resolved. Nine months after a province-wide…

Huntsville man faces numerous drug charges

HUNTSVILLEA Huntsville man faces numerous drug charges after a police raid Monday. Police say that after a thorough investigation, members of the Huntsville OPP, Muskoka Crime Unit in partnership with Almaguin Highlands Crime Unit, North East Region Crime…

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