There is still a couple of days to enter for a chance to win turkey, gravy, and all the fixings - this family festive feast could be yours! Enter for a chance to win a $500 Family Festive Feast just in time for Thanksgiving. +Members can enter daily; be sure to answer the poll question for an extra entry. Contest closes September 30th at 11:59 pm.
Gas prices around the province are showing a bit of relief, but we want to take it a bit further for you with our new contest beginning October 1st when you can enter daily for a chance to $500 in free gas! We will draw for it at the end of the month...good luck!
Scott Sexsmith and Michael Friscolanti get you the inside scoop each week on the Inside the Village podcast. Don't miss our latest episode featuring an in-studio interview with prominent community leader and residential school survivor Mike Cachagee. You can check out all full length video episodes here. Look for it across the Village Media network, wherever you get your podcasts or get audio only versions here.
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Join host Scott Sexsmith and go Up Close & Personal with some of Canada's top journalists, entertainers and newsmakers. You can check out all of our past episodes with the likes of Kim Mitchell, Ron MacLean, Wendy Mesley and former Premier Kathleen Wynne. Plus, we have just confirmed a sit down with Peter Mansbridge. Look for that episode in early October.
From the newsroom
Food costs are rising. The average cost of a house in Orillia has skyrocketed - as has rent. Meanwhile, wages are stagnant at best. All that has ratcheted up pressure on local families who are, more than ever, relying on The Sharing Place Food Centre for help. Check out Nathan Taylor’s column about what has become a local crisis.