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<b>LETTER:</b> Paying 'fair share' is in the eye of the beholder

LETTER: Paying 'fair share' is in the eye of the beholder

Water rates in Oro-Medonte between 2002 and 2018 increased uncontrollably by a whopping 340%, laments letter writer, who puts blame on deputy mayor, council
Demolition of 158-year-old church a 'real slap in the face'

Demolition of 158-year-old church a 'real slap in the face'

'It’s part of a reality we’re facing in the culture. It’s not a joy, by any means. We tried our best to maintain it,' said official
City to close gate on 188-year-old provincial fence legislation

City to close gate on 188-year-old provincial fence legislation

'It is certainly between the two neighbours to try to address it themselves, so the city would be out of that completely,' said city official of new approach
Area couple 'in disbelief' after $100K lottery win

Area couple 'in disbelief' after $100K lottery win

Debra and Randy Barnes plan to pay bills, buy truck with winnings
Documentary will turn spotlight on truth about the Sixties Scoop

Documentary will turn spotlight on truth about the Sixties Scoop

Free event to take place at the Best Western PLUS Mariposa Inn & Conference Centre in Orillia on Wednesday night
Three charged after cocaine, weapons seized in Orillia

Three charged after cocaine, weapons seized in Orillia

All three residents charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of prohibited device
<b>LETTER:</b> Stats don't tell the whole story in Oro-Medonte

LETTER: Stats don't tell the whole story in Oro-Medonte

'Just because you disagree with their decisions doesn’t give you the right to say that council members are anti-democratic and ignoring the will of the people,' says letter writer
Pair of residents win Spirit of Ramara awards <b>(6 photos)</b>

Pair of residents win Spirit of Ramara awards (6 photos)

'All of our amazing Ramara residents’ spirit and love for one another never fails to teach me that there is no other place that I could ever call home,' says award winner
<b>LETTER:</b> Divide between haves and have-nots getting worse

LETTER: Divide between haves and have-nots getting worse

'My concern, not only for education workers ... but all workers in general is that we are continually being squeezed and forced to live on less,' laments letter writer
City to examine 'non-traditional' affordable housing options

City to examine 'non-traditional' affordable housing options

'Whatever we're doing is not enough right now,' says mayor who got support to have city staff prepare report considering options to create more affordable housing