The state of Ontario's long-term-care system should be near the forefront of next week's Simcoe North byelection campaign.
If local Liberals receive fewer votes than usual in next week's Simcoe North provincial byelection, the proposed partial sale of Hydro One will likely
Out of the blue, she started behaving erratically, bouncing around, breathing strangely. Laura Joyce called her brother-in-law: There's something wron
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Re: "Crossed the line," letter to the editor, Aug. 27
It's prime harvest time and the Orillia Fairgrounds Farmers' Market at ODAS Park is launching a fundraiser for the The Sharing Place food bank this we
In last month's column, we talked about air conditioners, how they work and whether you should get central AC, a portable unit or just a fan in your h
St. David's Anglican-Lutheran Church is looking for people to help with its various community initiatives. To help with any of the following, call 705
The Jubilee Chorale will welcome back conductor Meghan Simpson for the group's 57th year of singing.
Saskatoon's The Karpinka Brothers are set to release their new album, You Can Count On Me, Sept. 4, and they'll make a stop in Orillia a month later.
This summer, we welcomed the world to the 2015 Pan/Parapan Am Games, the largest, most accessible international multi-sport Games in Canadian history.