Burl’s Creek has put a construction project on hold after it was warned and fined by the local conservation authority, but the newly expanded park will still reopen this summer as planned, says a vice-president.
Small increases to the bottom line will help those on the bottom rung.
City council has rescheduled a training session related to the code of conduct to April 13 to ensure the presentation and discussion are available to the community.
Three local residents are facing impaired-driving-related charges stemming from separate collisions.
The County of Simcoe knows how to host a party.
The Order of Orillia will be awarded at Monday's city council meeting.
It's the dads who get emotional, brush away tears, grin from ear to ear. The mothers react in various ways, though all of them with relief that they are no longer in labour. And midwife Kelly Armstrong believes giving birth is labour, not calamity, a job to be done. Even though it's hard to recall another task that requires quite the same degree of
The city now has a list of amenities to be considered in a recreation centre, but one councillor thinks contracting an architect to work on preliminary design without knowing where it will be built is putting “the cart before the horse.”
For Cole McQuillan, getting his locks cut was an easy decision.
Orillia Mayor Steve Clarke, Ramara Township Mayor Basil Clarke and Loretta Hughes, wife of Oro-Medonte Township Mayor Harry Hughes, joined Helping Hands Orillia volunteers and staff at Bayside Restaurant Wednesday afternoon as part of the March for Meals national event.
An event in Orillia this weekend deals with a chilling but topical subject.
Next year, Orillia Transit passengers will hear the names of their stops called out as they flash before their eyes.
A working group established to review the city’s economic-development function needs more time to complete the process.
A group of citizens concerned about the impact expanding Burl’s Creek event park will have on the community is holding a public meeting Thursday night in Oro-Medonte Township.
The Packet & Times’ Dave Dawson is in the running for an Ontario Newspaper Award (ONA).
The German pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a plane in the French Alps killing 150 people broke off his training six years ago due to depression and spent over a year in psychiatric treatment, a German newspaper reported on Friday.
A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.
Ontario hydro ratepayers will subsidize low income earners who struggle to pay their electricity bills.
Andreas Lubitz, the Germanwings co-pilot who prosecutors say may have deliberately crashed a plane into the Alps on Tuesday killing 150 people, was described by acquaintances in his hometown of Montabaur as a "normal guy" and "nice young man".