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Sex-trafficking survivor to speak at upcoming virtual event

Sex-trafficking survivor to speak at upcoming virtual event

Woman has been a leader in helping shift the perception of trafficked girls from criminals to victims, and ultimately to survivors and leaders
Green Orillia seeks help for Earth Day garbage clean-up <b>(5 photos)</b>

Green Orillia seeks help for Earth Day garbage clean-up (5 photos)

Green Orillia is asking community members to participate by cleaning up their neighbourhoods, sticking to social bubbles
Ontario reports record 4,736 new COVID cases Thursday

Ontario reports record 4,736 new COVID cases Thursday

Today's report includes 3,174 recoveries, 29 deaths and 296 new hospitalizations
People are 'pumped up' about hidden gem in Washago <b>(5 photos)</b>

People are 'pumped up' about hidden gem in Washago (5 photos)

Pump track draws young and old from far and wide; 'The surface material is really good quality; there is nothing like this in the area,' says Orillia skateboarder
Residents asked to weigh in on Laclie St. reconstruction plans

Residents asked to weigh in on Laclie St. reconstruction plans

Options include status quo, widening road to 3 lanes, adding bike lanes; 'Whatever happens will dictate what that street is for the next 20 years,' says Lauer
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

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Local athletes 'beyond frustrated’ with restricted access to turf field

Local athletes 'beyond frustrated’ with restricted access to turf field

'They’ve locked everything up so we can’t use the field. It’s nonsense,' says local soccer player; Mayor says city is concerned about mass gatherings
There's an 'art' to staying creative, busy during pandemic

There's an 'art' to staying creative, busy during pandemic

There is no need to be a couch potato, notes arts columnist, adding there are multiple opportunities available for local artists and art lovers
Environmental Youth Alliance set to host virtual workshop Saturday

Environmental Youth Alliance set to host virtual workshop Saturday

Virtual workshop, titled A Conversation on Climate Change and Mental Health, will be led by Dr. Hoffmann from the University of Toronto
Barrie restaurant now in hot water with city over expired business licence

Barrie restaurant now in hot water with city over expired business licence

Bylaw officer tells restaurant owner she has until Friday to renew licence or she could face further legal action