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<b>LETTER:</b> Why do we fear something as natural as death?

LETTER: Why do we fear something as natural as death?

'Forcing me to abide by your cultural narratives and beliefs is oppression,' says Tyler Dunlop, who hopes MAID legislation is approved for his situation
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Affordable housing for seniors may be coming to downtown Orillia

Affordable housing for seniors may be coming to downtown Orillia

'The thing (seniors) want is independence. That's all they want, basically, and what we see ourselves doing is facilitating that,' says developer of West Street project
Horseshoe reflects 'massive' impact of sports tourism: minister

Horseshoe reflects 'massive' impact of sports tourism: minister

'Whether it’s just people filling up with gas or going to a restaurant, or staying here and skiing, the residual effect is huge,' says Neil Lumsden
Barrie cop gets conditional sentence for assaulting skateboarder

Barrie cop gets conditional sentence for assaulting skateboarder

'Mr. Stamp could fairly be described as a powder keg on the day in question. Mr. Kent was, unfortunately, the match,' judge says during sentencing
City begins multi-week budget deliberations on Friday

City begins multi-week budget deliberations on Friday

Community is welcome to join the various budget meetings in person at council chamber of Orillia City Centre between Feb. 3 and 27
Catholic school board opens up Kindergarten registration

Catholic school board opens up Kindergarten registration

'We are all looking forward to busy and vibrant Kindergarten classrooms in September,' says board official
Fundraiser started for mom who lost two sons in two accidents

Fundraiser started for mom who lost two sons in two accidents

'The fact that we have to relive this all over again is just chaos. Nobody should go through this once, let alone twice,' says area woman
Man facing multiple charges after theft from Orillia church: OPP

Man facing multiple charges after theft from Orillia church: OPP

The man, wanted on a Canada-wide warrant, tried to steal a vehicle, broke the key in the ignition and fled on foot only to be nabbed by police after using a stolen debit card
Orillia athlete makes history, wins World Cup event in France

Orillia athlete makes history, wins World Cup event in France

'It was a great day for the team from Orillia' as Ava Holmgren became the first Canadian to top the podium at a World Cup cyclocross event in Europe