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Oct 18th, 2010
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Family unknowingly removed from voters list By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope October 13 2010Kevin McMurdo just wants to vote.However, the 12-year resident still has yet to receive a mail-in ballot kit from the town. He's called the municipality, and was told his name, along with those of his son and dau...
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By Chris Simon Innisfil Scope October 13 2010A battle is brewing between the owners of the proposed Mika development, the Town of Innisfil and the County of Simcoe.Meridian Planning Consultants, working on behalf of the owners of the proposed Mika subdivision lands, has filed appeals with the Ontario...
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Oct 14th, 2010
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By Rick Vanderlinde Simcoe,com Oct 13, 2010 INNISFIL – A new election sign bylaw that was being broken by many candidates was altered in a close vote by council last week. Innisfil council voted 4-3 to amend the bylaw so signs can be placed as close together as a candidate or property owner wan...
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Oct 14th, 2010
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By Bruce Hain Innisfil Journal Oct 13, 2010 INNISFIL - Dan Davidson has met a lot of new people since Labour Day weekend.The former ward councillor for the Big Bay Point and Sandy Cove Acres district has set his sites on the Deputy Mayor’s chair in the 2010 election.“I started canvassing on the outsk...
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By Bruce Hain Innisfil Journal Oct 13, 2010 INNISFIL – Dan Davidson has met a lot of new people since Labour Day weekend.The former ward councillor for the Big Bay Point and Sandy Cove Acres district has set his sites on the Deputy Mayor’s chair in the 2010 election.“I started canvassing on the...
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By Bruce Hain Innisfil Journal Oct 13, 2010INNISFIL – In his lifetime, Gord Wauchope has risen through the ranks, both professionally and politically. Now, he wants to become the “chief” of Innisfil Council. Following a 30-year career with the Metropolitan Toronto Police, Wauchope “retired” to ...
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Oct 14th, 2010
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By Bruce Hain Innisfil Journal Oct 13, 2010 INNISFIL – Deputy Mayor candidate Bill Van Berkel is proud of his Dutch heritage. ?gMy dad, Tony, spent four years in a (German) concentration camp during the Second World War,?h he says. ?gHe was in the Dutch resistance.?hThe Van Berkels came to Cana...
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Oct 14th, 2010
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Wauchope, Davidson – and Bauley deserves a good hard look Innisfil Journal October 14 2010 INNISFIL – The Innisfil Journal endorses Gord Wauchope as the next Mayor of Innisfil.After 13 years with Brian Jackson at the helm, we believe Wauchope is a natural choice to take over the reins. Wa...
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Oct 14th, 2010
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Rick Vanderlinde Simcoe.com Oct 14, 2010INNISFIL – Innisfil’s mayoral candidates both say it’s time to consider changing the leadership at South Simcoe Police.Choosing their words carefully during wide-ranging separate interviews on a number of topics, Gord Wauchope and Barb Baguley agreed it m...
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Oct 6th, 2010
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Bruce Hain Simcoe.com Oct 06, 2010INNISFIL -Candidates steered clear of controversy and avoided any pointed personal criticism of their opponents during a Ward 6 debate at Sandy Cove Acres last Friday.Politeness and decorum was the norm as all six candidates — mayoral hopefuls Gord Wauchope and Barba...