This month begins a new partnership, Side by Each, between Storytelling Orillia and the Orillia Museum of Art and History as they team up to promote the telling and gathering of Orillia stories.
The TD Summer Reading Club kicked off on July 4 with 750 kids and teens registered; a 57% increase from last summer at the Orillia Public Library.
Actress-turned-lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow has set her sights on conquering TV with plans to launch her own wellness show.
These four debuts from the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show thankfully aren't coming to Canada anytime soon.
Here are some DIY tips on diagnosing water leaks in your vehicle.
When it comes to all those numbers and letters on your car's tires, knowledge is safety.
During one of the very few really hot days we had this summer, a lady asked me how birds keep cool during those conditions.
A number of years ago, way back in the early 1980s, a document was printed and released to the general public. The authors of this document were several and international in origin, and while it came out under just one name, that of the Prime Minister of Norway, it was unique and timely for it addressed how humans were to manage themselves on this
Miller Worsley was not some cast-off from the Royal Navy, sent off to Canada to fulfill some half-hearted commitment to the defence of British North America when the United States declared war in 1812.
Rhykenology? This is the antiques column isn't it? With a name like that it sounds like this article will be more along the lines of a serious medical issue. A rhykenologist is a student of antique wooden planes and their history -- a history that dates back to the times of ancient Egypt and Rome. The ruins at Pompeii have seen examples unearthed t
They are our heroes in a crash, but only recently have studies considered the danger EMS personnel are in with every call.
He liked Saskatchewan the best, that time they crossed the country in a Suzuki jeep loaded with all their worldly possessions. Perhaps because it was as lonely as he was, or because it was as inviting as the blank pages on which he drew superheroes reigning over new worlds. Better worlds than the one he knew. A boy wouldn't stutter in a world like
Is your cellphone essential? Andy Rubin thinks his is.
Nearly 45 students began their studies at the Barrie campus in September as part of Lakehead-Georgian's first classes.
Move over, diesel – German automakers are pushing electrification and autonomy above all else.
Dredged from flood waters, vehicles that should be sent to the scrap heap are often sold on to unsuspecting buyers.
Tim Hortons is bringing more smiles to Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH) with the kick-off of its annual Smile Cookie campaign.
Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Reid Family Scholarship has been awarded to Orillia Secondary School graduate Cassandra Reynolds.