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Honda to build electric vehicles, battery plant in Alliston: sources

Honda to build electric vehicles, battery plant in Alliston: sources

Project could be worth around $14 billion or $15 billion, with details expected later this week, officials say
Police seize prohibited weapons after traffic stop; two charged

Police seize prohibited weapons after traffic stop; two charged

OPP pulled over a vehicle early Sunday morning to investigate a possible Highway Traffic Act infraction and discovered a number of 'edged weapons'
COLUMN: Members have mixed feelings over golf clubs' future

COLUMN: Members have mixed feelings over golf clubs' future

Change in operators at Vespra Hills, National Pines provides 'clarity after rumours surrounded the future of both,' columnist explains
Driver and his employer facing charges following crash

Driver and his employer facing charges following crash

Police say the driver of the commercial truck, which sustained significant damage following a two-vehicle crash, fled the scene
Simcoe-Muskoka health unit urges residents to get immunized

Simcoe-Muskoka health unit urges residents to get immunized

'Immunization prevents disease, saves lives and reduces health-care spending,' say local public health officials
Province revokes MZO for medical innovation project in Oro-Medonte

Province revokes MZO for medical innovation project in Oro-Medonte

'Based on the information received, further progress has not been demonstrated,' assistant deputy minister tells township council
Sex-trade worker 'violently assaulted' at Barrie hotel: police

Sex-trade worker 'violently assaulted' at Barrie hotel: police

Shelburne-area man, 29, charged with aggravated assault and assault by choking; police believe there could be more victims
COLUMN: We wouldn't need Earth Day if people did right thing

COLUMN: We wouldn't need Earth Day if people did right thing

'One of life's great mysteries involves how the coffee cup is too difficult to carry when empty. We all must play a part in keeping our greenspaces clean'
Orillia OPP seek public's help to identify alleged shoplifters

Orillia OPP seek public's help to identify alleged shoplifters

The two individuals were involved in thefts at a local business in February, say police
COLUMN: Feeling taxed? Canada's not as bad as you think!

COLUMN: Feeling taxed? Canada's not as bad as you think!

When politicians promise lower taxes, exercise due diligence and demand details about what they plan to abandon, urges columnist