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Horseshoe timeshare owners will have a chance to opt out

Horseshoe timeshare owners will have a chance to opt out

Court process accommodates an exit strategy prior to determining how Carriage Ridge and Carriage Hills will be restructured
Ontario confirms 170 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 170 new COVID cases today

This is the highest number of new cases reported since June 29
'True grit' helps Channel Cat swimmer win inaugural award in memory of Elaine Thompson

'True grit' helps Channel Cat swimmer win inaugural award in memory of Elaine Thompson

Even though the pandemic has kept swimmers out of the pool, 'there was still a need to take the time to recognize our swimmers,' coach said
Ramara Township council appoints Joe Gough deputy mayor

Ramara Township council appoints Joe Gough deputy mayor

Failed deputy mayor candidate called process 'pretty troublesome,' adding: 'I don’t think the people asked for that nonsense'
Ontario extends emergency orders

Ontario extends emergency orders

The order is in effect until July 22
Good Morning, Orillia!

Good Morning, Orillia!

Carpe diem
Tay Township man driving scooter charged with impaired

Tay Township man driving scooter charged with impaired

Man, 81, charged after police responded to a disturbance call
Seven people died on OPP patrolled roads, waterways last week

Seven people died on OPP patrolled roads, waterways last week

During Canada Day campaign, 382 stunt driving charges were laid, 9,419 speeding charges were levied and there were 234 drug/alcohol impaired charges
Orillia's new parking, boat launch restrictions kick in tomorrow

Orillia's new parking, boat launch restrictions kick in tomorrow

'I want everyone to know this is not about the dollars,' said the mayor of the temporary measures aimed at limiting visitor access to local beaches and boat launches
Outdoor Artwalk Series kicks off Friday night in downtown

Outdoor Artwalk Series kicks off Friday night in downtown

There's lots going on in Orillia's thriving arts and entertainment scene, says columnist