MaryLynn West-Moynes, president and CEO of Georgian College, discusses Laurentian University's recent decision to pull out of Barrie and Georgian's introduction of new degree programs. Zach MacPherson Photo

Education split

MaryLynn West-Moynes, president and CEO of Georgian College, discusses Laurentian University's recent decision to pull out of Barrie and Georgian's in

LETTER: Shuffling priorities

I always read with great interest the news articles published about Orillia’s new rec centre in the Packet & Times and it makes me wonder where...

An OPP cruiser.

Excavator stolen

Police are looking for a mini-excavator stolen in Oro-Medonte Township earlier this week.

SUBMITTED ILLUSTRATION Illustration from Canadian War Museum of Coloured Company founder Richard Pierpont.

When right added might

After the War of 1812, the Brits had two significant concerns about British North America. One was keeping enough people on the British side of...

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times Former CFL legend Hank Ilesic has opened a high-performance training facility on Barrie Road, where he works with people who want to lose weight, rehabilitate from an injury or improve their physical fitness and strength. He is shown sharing nutrition, exercise and diet tips with Jack Hache and Bri Balkwill.

Welcome to Hank's House of Pain

With a glint in his eye and a mischievous grin, he welcomes a first-timer to his new Orillia gym: “Welcome to Hank’s House of Pain,” he says.

MEHREEN SHAHID/THE PACKET & TIMES Kylik Taylor, left, and Amber McSwain, centre, are shown with Winnipeg-based artist Jaime Black at the end of her talk at Georgian College's Orillia campus about the inspiration behind her REDress Campaign.

Code REDress

For many, the swaying, empty red dresses outside and inside Georgian College were an introduction to the violence, racism and misogyny faced by...

MEHREEN SHAHID/THE PACKET & TIMES The Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH) is inviting artists to submit designs for the next Festival of Banners. The theme is Past to Present and Tomorrow and will focus on the culture, heritage and history of the city and surrounding area. Sierah Madden, a volunteer with OMAH who is heading the Festival of Banners, is pictured with a 2015 banner by Emily Demacia. Artist submissions for this year’s festival are being accepted until Feb. 29. More information is available at orilliamuseum.org.

It’s banner time

The Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH) is inviting artists to submit designs for the next Festival of Banners.

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