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Ontario reports 1,969 new COVID cases Monday

Ontario reports 1,969 new COVID cases Monday

For the second day in a row, the total new cases reported today include a data catch-up from Toronto Public Health
WATCH: Lecce announces expanded asymptomatic testing in schools, $381M in education funds

WATCH: Lecce announces expanded asymptomatic testing in schools, $381M in education funds

He also says student teachers will be allowed to work as substitute teachers due to shortage
PROFILE: Orillia's Chris Ferry continuing family tradition of firefighting

PROFILE: Orillia's Chris Ferry continuing family tradition of firefighting

'I kind of grew up with it, I haven’t really known any other job, it’s what I wanted to be my whole life,' says Orillia fire Capt.
Orillia launches 2021 Downtown Tomorrow grant program

Orillia launches 2021 Downtown Tomorrow grant program

The first Community Workshop is set to take place on Feb. 11, 2021
Good Morning, Orillia!

Good Morning, Orillia!

Sending good vibes your way today
These birds find ways to adapt and thrive in winter (6 photos)

These birds find ways to adapt and thrive in winter (6 photos)

Common Redpolls can be an inspiration
Tragic weekend as 8 more residents at Roberta Place succumb to COVID

Tragic weekend as 8 more residents at Roberta Place succumb to COVID

To date, 61 residents at Barrie facility have died; Total active staff/team member positive cases stand at 67, a decrease from Friday’s 84 as workers recover
Could an aerial park be coming to Couchiching Beach Park?

Could an aerial park be coming to Couchiching Beach Park?

'We envision Ascent Orillia becoming a key attraction to the waterfront, providing both residents and visitors of all ages a unique, exciting, family-oriented activity'
Kim Mitchell reminds you to never drive impaired

Kim Mitchell reminds you to never drive impaired

Snowmobilers are reminded to have a plan to get home safely before they head for a day on the trails
Local teachers bust out of their comfort zones to adapt to virtual lessons

Local teachers bust out of their comfort zones to adapt to virtual lessons

'Teaching music online is a big challenge ... so I work to make things fun and exciting for them,' said Harriett Todd teacher