Sticking around town this Canada Day? Here's a look at what's happening in the Sunshine City over the weekend.
Mehreen Shahid, Orillia Packet & Times
A high-energy, bluesy, folk-rock band is set to take Mariposa Folk Festival by musical storm.
Students at Harriett Todd Public School took a step back in time this week.
The Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital (OSMH) Foundation is on the look out for a new officer in chief as Nicole McCahon is stepping down.
A sunny day in the countryside served as the perfect setting for this year's Coldwater Studio Tour that helped artists display their work across dozens of locations in Severn Township. The tour gave a chance for visitors to scope out pieces of interest and have conversations with the masterminds behind the works they admired and appreciated.
A bridge in Severn Township will now bear the name of a police officer who died in the area almost 60 years ago.
Christmas came earlier this year — at least it did for boaters as they flocked to the Orillia waterfront this weekend. The Crown Royal was decorated following a Candyland Christmas in June theme by owners Rhonda and Ed Smith, of Lefroy. The boat was among dozens of others that docked at the Port of Orillia to celebrate the annual Christmas in June.
Suzanne Guthrie describes Dave Graham as fun, loving, inspiring, loyal and generous.
A provincial extension could buy a local community organization more time to prepare for the acquisition of an old school property.
A boaters' summer rendezvous will turn Orillia's port into a summer Christmas scene this weekend.
Sears Canada Inc. will shut down its Orillia home store as part of restructuring efforts.
A sense of family and celebration of resilience came forward as hundreds came together in Rama to celebrate National Aboriginal Day.
Where there is laughter there is hope.
Sun and surf were among the high points of this year’s annual Spring Boat, Cottage and Outdoor Show.
Sara Stuart got in the car business because of her father.
Tyler Bertucci would have been five months old this month.
Teens of yesteryear are putting on their dance shoes to help out youth of today.
Two Orillia families will soon be able to build a better future for themselves.
A gas leak on main street disrupted life forcing residents, customers and business owners to evacuate.
Good English could mean better job prospects for visiting students from Mexico.