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Raise money for our furry friends in need this holiday season

Raise money for our furry friends in need this holiday season

Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre hosts virtual auction to help animals in need
Tiny residents rally behind beaver, demanding answers from township about dam removal

Tiny residents rally behind beaver, demanding answers from township about dam removal

Other reports and presentations Monday include consultants bringing forward short-term rental management options and an update on the bylaw consolidating licensing regulations around trailer camps/campgrounds
New grant helps area group create feminine hygiene kits

New grant helps area group create feminine hygiene kits

Funding from Retired Teachers of Ontario will help assemble 200 kits for girls in the developing world
Educate once or twice, then ticket, says Tiny councillor about bylaw infractions

Educate once or twice, then ticket, says Tiny councillor about bylaw infractions

'Just seems to me they were a little bit lenient there,' councillor says of bylaw officers, who have written close to 4,000 parking tickets so far this year
Ontario 'accelerating' how criminal charges are filed, managed... and it all started here

Ontario 'accelerating' how criminal charges are filed, managed... and it all started here

The eIntake system was successfully piloted in Barrie and Orillia between November 2019 and September 2020
Part of Church Street in Penetanguishene closed Saturday

Part of Church Street in Penetanguishene closed Saturday

Closure is required for the repair of the sewer services
Funeral for fallen officer will be livestreamed

Funeral for fallen officer will be livestreamed

His funeral will be taking place at Manitoulin Secondary School located in M'Chigeeng First Nation tomorrow 
King Street now ready for its close-up

King Street now ready for its close-up

King Street Rejuvenation Project's second phase comes in 'on time and on budget'
Former Midland mayor remembered for his compassion, analytical mind and zest for life

Former Midland mayor remembered for his compassion, analytical mind and zest for life

Ted Symons, who died Wednesday at age 85, was exactly the way people described him: 'thoughtful, analytical, and willing to look at a problem from a multitude of ways to find a win-win,' says current mayor
'Auto mayors' tip their cap to automakers, politicians for 'unprecedented boost'

'Auto mayors' tip their cap to automakers, politicians for 'unprecedented boost'

Caucus acknowledges Ford, Fiat, Chrysler, GM, Honda and Toyota, as well as federal and provincial governments for 'significant financial investments this year'