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Interactive play on teen dating violence launches mini-tour

Interactive play on teen dating violence launches mini-tour

Coming of age story will be performed in Midland next week
Agency marks five years of helping abused children (6 photos)

Agency marks five years of helping abused children (6 photos)

'The stakes are high ... we must not fail because we'd be letting these children down,' says official
Simcoe County invests $1.3M in Southlake's cardiac care program

Simcoe County invests $1.3M in Southlake's cardiac care program

Simcoe County residents visited Southlake's emergency department 20,000 times in 2018; 'It serves as a vital regional health care centre for ... our residents,' says warden
Strong wind, blowing snow may create dangerous conditions

Strong wind, blowing snow may create dangerous conditions

Snow squalls to continue through the region this afternoon
Hundreds sign petition to bring Uber to Orillia

Hundreds sign petition to bring Uber to Orillia

'We need more choice for clientele to be able to go out and get home safely,' says restaurant general manager who started petition
New Kids Can Read program will benefit a good cause

New Kids Can Read program will benefit a good cause

Students 'will spend time researching various charities' and decide what group/cause to aid
Traffic stop results in seizure of loaded gun and drugs

Traffic stop results in seizure of loaded gun and drugs

Speeding driver was in possession of several thousand dollars in cash when nabbed by police
Environmental group says politicians have no plan for Lake Simcoe

Environmental group says politicians have no plan for Lake Simcoe

The Lake Simcoe Protection Plan launched online petition to put pressure on provincial, federal government
Fancy sandwiches, scones, desserts ... and firefighters!

Fancy sandwiches, scones, desserts ... and firefighters!

Saturday's Chair-i-Tea, includes fashion show and silent auction to help purchase new chairs for Brechin Legion
Folk band, Inuit throat singers concert will aid Twin Lakes trip

Folk band, Inuit throat singers concert will aid Twin Lakes trip

Unique Feb. 21 event at St. Paul's aims to help students fund exchange with Clyde River, Nunavut