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Archive for: May, 2017

Miller slams Wynne government for ignoring needs of Northern Ontario

QUEEN’S PARK — The seemingly declining plight of Northern Ontario and its 11 provincial ridings had MPP Norm Miller on his feet in the legislature Tuesday blaming Wynne government for ignoring the needs of the North. The Parry Sound –…

Songs of Spring, Muskoka Concert Band at United Church in Gravenhurst June 4 at 2 p.m

mcb poster june 4 (Small)GRAVENHURST – Muskoka is amazing when it comes to the arts and value for dollar, says Roger Bolt. A tuba and trumpet player, he’s a member of a number bands and small groups. He’s also a member of the Trinity…

Lilacs lovely this time of year: send us your favourite flower photographs

Stop and smell the flowers - especially the lilacs. They're aroma is strong but for many they come up smelling roses.Stop and smell the flowers – especially the lilacs. They’re aroma is strong but for many they come up smelling roses. MUSKOKA – Stop and smell the lilacs. They’re beautiful this year. And so are the apple blossoms and tulips,…

Hospitals seek patient, family advisory board members at MAHC

MUSKOKA — Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare is seeking volunteer applications to fill two vacancies on our Patient and Family Advisory Committee effective Sept. 1, 2017. MAHC’s Patient and Family Advisory Committee was officially formed in January 2017 and has been meeting…

Super Circus Spectacular family fun for all in Orillia Wed. May 31 at Rotary Place Sports Complex ~ 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. shows

The Super Circus Spectacular lands in Orillia for one night, only, as part of Ontario tour.By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com ORILLIA It’s circus time in Orillia Wednesday with clowns, acrobats, horses, dogs and family fun with Ron Morris’s Super Circus Spectacular. The Super Circus Spectacular lands in Orillia for one night, only, as part…

Bracebridge man, 67, faces first degree murder charge after woman dies at Wellington Street home Friday night

BRACEBRIDGE — A 67-year-old Bracebridge man is being held for a bail hearing Tuesday charged with first degree murder after a woman died at a home on Wellington Street Friday night. The accused, wh appeared in a video remand Saturday…

Opioid poisoning rates in Simcoe Muskoka ‘significantly higher’ than Ontario average

Organizers of 05 25 opioids forumBARRIE With almost one opioid death per week in Simcoe-Muskoka, the area’s health unit is coming to grips a national crisis locally. Organizers of 05 25 opioids forum As a result, at a meeting this week a broad partnership…

Police not canvassing for stolen boats, despite fake letter

TAY TOWNSHIP A “suspicious letter” purportedly from police advising they will be “canvassing the area for stolen boats and RVs” has police on the watch here. On Thursday May 25 officer from the Southern Georgian Bay OPP responded to…

The Joy of Spring is the Bifocals concert Sat. May 27 at the Seniors’ Centre

bifocals concertGRAVENHURST — Ah, The Joy of Spring. The sound of birds and the Bifocals Band, as the musicians blossom forth with their annual concert. Join them Saturday night at the Seniors’ Community Centre for a night of brass and woodwind…

Wynne in Bracebridge Friday to announce infrastructure funding for Stephenson Road bridge

BRACEBRIDGE — Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne will be here Friday afternoon to join Mayor Graydon Smith for the formal announcement of top-up funding from the Community Infrastructure Fund (OCIF) for the replacement of the Stephenson Road 1 Bridge. The 2:30…

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