If you've been a patient in our hospital over the past several weeks, you may have experienced longer than anticipated delays in receiving the care you need, and I want to take this opportunity to let you know we are doing everything we can to make things better.
What a fall fair!
The federal government announced the creation of a new minister, splitting the work associated with Indigenous people into two departments. One will deal with services and the second, with land claims, review of the Indian Act, and similar matters. This split may have some benefit but the creation of a new minister's office and the splitting of a d
Re "Why aren't we ready for natural disasters?" editorial, Sept. 5
As an outreach worker for the Housing Resource Centre, I would like the people of Orillia to be aware just how many people in our city are experiencing homelessness. This includes single men, women, and families.
Re "What is Brown thinking?" column, Aug. 19
I often hear people complain when it rains. For me, a rainy day is an opportunity to curl up with a good book.
Re History repeats, letter to the editor, Aug. 30
Re Nothing is free, letter to the editor
On behalf of the Starry Night organizing committee and all the event venues, I’d like to sincerely thank everyone who came out and supported this event.
Letter to the editor and open letter to mayor and council:
My intended immigration to Canada fell victim to reactionism in 1968, and I've had a front-row seat ever since. I've had to 'look on' while relying on good Canadian friends in a good steward relationship to hang on to a primitive, family cottage property, which was finally pushed into a sale in 2011. Now we are both bereft, victims of the changing
Re "Kiss and make up with conservation authority," editorial, Aug. 24
On Aug. 14 between 5:45 and 6:30 p.m., I left my glasses at the returns desk at the Orillia Costco.
I have been hearing a lot about the new naloxone kits, which are available for free in pharmacies and local care centres.
Re "Township taking heat," Aug. 17
On Aug. 9, my wife and I dropped off a very large load at Atherley Coin Laundry to have it cleaned using their wash-and-fold service. Returning home and unpacking the wash, we found a bag with over $150 in coins -- the money we planned to use to do the wash ourselves but had inadvertently left in one of the bags we dropped off.
Re Bottoming out, letter to the editor, Aug. 17
Re Don’t sell, letter to the editor, July 18