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Tall order: Women take online clothing marketplace to new heights

Tall order: Women take online clothing marketplace to new heights

'For tall women to be able to go to a marketplace and discover all these new brands that have fashionable clothes that actually fit them… brings the joy back,' says woman
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Happy New Year!
How to outsmart your COVID-19 fears and boost your mood in 2021

How to outsmart your COVID-19 fears and boost your mood in 2021

After a daunting year, and with more challenges ahead in 2021, upgrading your approach to emotions can be a drug-free mood booster
Is naming, shaming those who defy pandemic precautions right?

Is naming, shaming those who defy pandemic precautions right?

It’s better to convince people of the importance of community health measures says Canadian Medical Association Journal editor Diana Duong
Central Region OPP deliver gifts to furry friends at Orillia OSPCA

Central Region OPP deliver gifts to furry friends at Orillia OSPCA

Toys were delivered to the OSPCA in Orillia and Midland and to a northern rescue foster home
County warden travels to Yukon despite provincial lockdown

County warden travels to Yukon despite provincial lockdown

'While we understand some people may not agree with our decision, we feel the circumstances with a high-risk pregnancy warranted the safe travel,' Cornell says
Orillia resident among 74 new COVID cases in region today

Orillia resident among 74 new COVID cases in region today

There is one person from Ramara under 18 on today's list as well, the health unit reports; An Orillia man died as part of the outbreak at Midland hospital
COLUMN: City deserves credit for making best of brutal 2020

COLUMN: City deserves credit for making best of brutal 2020

The pandemic has created many challenges but despite some speed bumps, community leaders ably stepped up in 2020
Boxing Day eviction notice a devastating blow to local family

Boxing Day eviction notice a devastating blow to local family

Chantal Heroux says her family was shocked to learn their unit was even for sale; 'Had we known, we would’ve started looking right away'
LETTER: Oro-Medonte bylaw violates Charter, citizen claims

LETTER: Oro-Medonte bylaw violates Charter, citizen claims

In a democracy, people must be free to discuss matters of public policy, criticize governments and offer their own solutions to social problems, letter writer says