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Oct 8th, 2010
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By IAN MCINROY BARRIE EXAMINER October 1 2010Barrie’s less fortunate and marginalized residents took to the streets Friday night.The Barrie chapter of the Simcoe Alliance to End Homelessness held a poverty march to Memorial Square Friday evening where mayoral and ward candidates debated issues ...
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Oct 8th, 2010
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On Wednesday October 13  the Greater Barrie Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Rogers Television and other local media, will be hosting a Candidates Debate for the upcoming Mayoral election. This event will be held in Fendley Hall, 565 Bryne Dr, Barrie, from 6:00pm - 8:00pm and will be televise...
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Oct 8th, 2010
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The Barrie Examiner has been featuring one-on-one interviewswith the mayoral candidates during the upcoming weeks.By J.T. MCVEIGH BARRIE EXAMINER October 7 2010 — Sitting in a cramped campaign office amongst signs, maps and papers, incumbent Mayor Dave Aspden talks like a person who feels his j...
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Oct 3rd, 2010
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October 2 2010 — AWARE Barrie invited all the city’s mayoralty candidates to be interviewed on video. Harry Ahmed, Carl Hauck and Jeff Lehman responded right away. Interviews with some others are scheduled. In the meantime, the first three Barrie mayoralty interviews can be accessed at th...
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Sep 29th, 2010
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By KAREN FOX AND RUTH BLAICHER Barrie Examiner September 28 2010In keeping with Examiner policy of not allowing registered candidates in the municipal election to write columns or submit letters, Roots Issues' Erich Jacoby-Hawkins has enlisted the help of guest writers during his campaignOur key conc...
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Sep 29th, 2010
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By RAYMOND BOWE BARRIE EXAMINER September 28 2010City officials have received 13 complaints about election signs being placed in prohibited areas. ...
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Sep 29th, 2010
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By BOB BRUTON BARRIE EXAMINER September 28 2010The Village of Essa Woods has been chopped down to size. City council has denied a proposed residential/commercial development at 300 Essa Rd., where 3,000 people could have lived in a mix of five high-rise apartments and townhouses, and where 143,000 sq...
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Sep 28th, 2010
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Invitation – September 28 2010 – Gord Miller, Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner, is the featured guest at a catered reception on October 19th from 5pm to 6:30 pm at Liaison College 94 Dunlop West. Tickets are $20.00 per person. Hors D’ Oeuvres and a cash bar. Sponsored by “The Ba...
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Sep 23rd, 2010
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Editorial Barrie Examiner Sept 13 2010Barrie residents are seeing a trend in high-density plans for residential development making their way to city council.Monday evening, councillors turned down the Clawson Group’s plans for 300 Essa Rd. — five high-rise apartments from 14 to 25 storeys...
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Sep 23rd, 2010
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By RAYMOND BOWE BARRIE EXAMINER Sept. 23 2010An eight-way race to become Barrie's next mayor could attract more voters to cast their ballot, says a politics professor at Georgian College. ...