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Penetanguishene Lions donate to Wendat Community Programs

Penetanguishene Lions donate to Wendat Community Programs

Since 2015, the local club has donated $2,500 to Wendat for construction and operating costs of its seniors' residence
Travelling residential schools exhibit stopping at museum

Travelling residential schools exhibit stopping at museum

Witness Blanket and 'We were taught differently' run until Nov. 30
Tiny councillors get an earful from the township's many ratepayer associations Monday

Tiny councillors get an earful from the township's many ratepayer associations Monday

Three presentations around road safety, one around telecommunications towers and another look at the official plan and zoning bylaw amendment by Marcia Burrows will take up most of council's time at its committee meeting Monday
Orillia man's 'tragic' drug-related death leaves family 'devastated'

Orillia man's 'tragic' drug-related death leaves family 'devastated'

Death and subsequent manslaughter charge a wakeup call, says detective; 'This is a young man, at 24, who should still be alive'
Even without the official run, nothing can slow down Terry Fox's legacy

Even without the official run, nothing can slow down Terry Fox's legacy

Bake sales, online concerts, and local restaurants pitched in to raise close to $50,000 even before this week's actual event
Franco-Ontarians can now request ID with French-language characters

Franco-Ontarians can now request ID with French-language characters

Those interested can request replacement Ontario driver's licence cards and Ontario Photo Cards
Avec fierté, Georgian Bay General Hospital flies the green and white

Avec fierté, Georgian Bay General Hospital flies the green and white

Hospital raises Franco-Ontarian flag Friday to illustrate the fact it provides service in French in several departments
Tiny Township boil water advisory lifted

Tiny Township boil water advisory lifted

Advisory originally issued for the Sawlog Bay water system
Tay councillor 'infuriated' at stalled Port McNicoll sidewalk project

Tay councillor 'infuriated' at stalled Port McNicoll sidewalk project

'It infuriates me that that job cannot be done by anybody in this whole wide world. It blows me away,' says Coun. Sandy Talbot, expressing her frustration about the delay
Drive-in drag show comes to another area drive-in Friday <b>(4 photos)</b>

Drive-in drag show comes to another area drive-in Friday (4 photos)

Portion of the proceeds will go to the RVH Foundation