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Organizers draw up ARTcation to replace Starry Night this year

Organizers draw up ARTcation to replace Starry Night this year

Self-guided tour encouraged during month of August; 'They’re free to do it on their own schedule,' organizer says
Federal government's 'cowardly' response won't deter Keewatin supporters

Federal government's 'cowardly' response won't deter Keewatin supporters

Canadian Heritage official says ministry won't stop historic vessel's potential move from Port McNicoll to Kingston
Probe of Superior Propane fire expected to take days

Probe of Superior Propane fire expected to take days

‘It’s truly a scientific, methodical process and it’s slow and steady wins the race,’ says deputy fire chief
Footprints on Muskoka finds new footing in downtown Orillia

Footprints on Muskoka finds new footing in downtown Orillia

'The locals are very happy to see a new store with unique fashion and affordable prices,' says owner of Footprints on Muskoka
From alpacas to ziplining, Oro-Medonte offers epic adventures

From alpacas to ziplining, Oro-Medonte offers epic adventures

Whether you’re planning an activity for your family, a group of friends or a special someone, you’ll find a unique rural experience right at your doorstep, official says
<b>COLUMN:</b> In Leaf Nation, playoff exit sparks another round of angst

COLUMN: In Leaf Nation, playoff exit sparks another round of angst

Toronto’s now in Year Six, but patience is a virtue, and astute is the GM that recognizes the true talent of his team, says columnist John Epstein
Med school practice of ‘pimping’ can be 'harmful and painful'

Med school practice of ‘pimping’ can be 'harmful and painful'

Dr. Sarita Verma says the teaching method has real value when done right, but can be destructive when used to humiliate rather than illuminate
Ontario reports 258 new COVID cases Saturday

Ontario reports 258 new COVID cases Saturday

Today's update also includes 137 recoveries and 6 deaths
Lumber baron's Idler ferried people from Geneva Park to Orillia

Lumber baron's Idler ferried people from Geneva Park to Orillia

In the 1880s, John Thomson increased his family's land holdings in Longford to include Geneva Park, which was eventually sold to the YMCA
City's trees are 'real assets to monitor and maintain' <b>(5 photos)</b>

City's trees are 'real assets to monitor and maintain' (5 photos)

Protecting and expanding Orillia’s urban forest is the number one priority for the city's environmental advisory committee