Chamber Music Orillia takes its final curtain call Sunday.
In Ontario, 250 workers will die thanks to a workplace injury in 2017.
It's somewhat expensive, but this particular painting doesn't hang on one's wall.
On Saturday, June Morgan will call it a career and lock the door to Flowers By June one final time.
The balance in Ontario's 2017 budget is still being questioned.
Last weekend, despite cool temperatures and a biting wind coming off a roiling Lake Couchiching, more than 80 people from all walks of life were bustl
Hyppolite Brissette was a massive, muscular man with long hair and a flowing beard, covered from his feet to his face with tattoos, which are believed
Orillia was the centre of the wrestling universe Friday - at least for local elementary school-aged students.
Orillia's Kyle Heitzner has been named the Barrie Colts' representative for the 2016-17 OHL Scholastic Team - an honour the first-year OHL player is p
It has been a little over a month since the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) treated us to a much-anticipated presentation by Bob McDona
Re: "Demanding more," letter to the editor, April 26 and "Letter was selfish," letter to the editor, April 27
The spring flowers of May are just around the corner. May brings back the rush of migrating birds to their summering grounds in our area. With the war