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Federal funding going to the dogs at Georgian College

Federal funding going to the dogs at Georgian College

Innovative therapeutic dog program is getting $240,000 funding booster shot
Vimy Oak unveiled at Brechin Public School Remembrance Day ceremony

Vimy Oak unveiled at Brechin Public School Remembrance Day ceremony

Acorns from trees felled at Vimy Ridge birthed new hope for Canadian soldier whose legacy lives on
Hundreds honour local veterans at Remembrance Day ceremony <b>(9 photos) </b>

Hundreds honour local veterans at Remembrance Day ceremony (9 photos)

'There was a greater cause than my own safety,' says local veteran; Orillia church bells will ring 100 times this afternoon to mark anniversary of armistice
Thoughts from a soldier on Remembrance Day

Thoughts from a soldier on Remembrance Day

A poem by Charles Worrall, a well-known Orillia veteran, who passed away last April at the age of 93
This oddball of the forest is a valuable resource

This oddball of the forest is a valuable resource

Tamarack bark contains tannin, can aid healing and is ideal for snowshoes, says outdoor columnist David Hawke
She's keeping the family's music alive ... and looking for a little help

She's keeping the family's music alive ... and looking for a little help

The Andrews Orchestra was a mainstay at Orillia's Rose Room; Band members' great-granddaughter seeking help to restore fabled double bass
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Flurries with cloudy skies. High of plus 2 is expected.
Letters from the front chronicle the horrors of war (8 photos)

Letters from the front chronicle the horrors of war (8 photos)

Take a moment to read these first-hand accounts of life on the front lines in France
Exhibits allow people 'to feel the emotion' of war

Exhibits allow people 'to feel the emotion' of war

St. James' Anglican Church goes all out to help mark Remembrance Day
‘I’m not a hero. The ones that died are the heroes’: Second World War veteran

‘I’m not a hero. The ones that died are the heroes’: Second World War veteran

Jim McPhee recounts astounding story of his plane being shot down in Germany and being held as a POW only to escape and make his way back to Canada