Nov 30th, 2018
Dan Davidson by Janis Ramsay Innisfil Journal Deputy Mayor-elect Dan Davidson has announced he is stepping down from his position as Friday Harbour Community Liaison Chair. Once an opponent of Friday Harbour while serving on a previous council, Davidson was later hired by the now defunct Ontario Muni...
Nov 16th, 2018
Speaking truth to power is not a conflict of interest for professional planners, board rules News release from Donnelly Law As the Globe and Mail reported on Nov 9, 2018, Mr. Victor Doyle MCIP, RPP has won his case against the Government of Ontario – he did not violate government ethics, his actions ...
Oct 22nd, 2018
51 municipalities across Ontario reported to have extended election by a day AWARE Simcoe note: Voters, check how candidates have responded to questions from AWARE Simcoe. To find their responses, go to: Candidates / Election 2018 on the menu bar and click on the required municipality. Then open the ...
Sep 26th, 2018
The following letter has been sent to the Town of Innisfil Council by resident Angela Gravelle Attention: Mayor Wauchope and Members of Town Council Your Worship and Members of Innisfil Town Council My name is Angela Gravelle, I am a resident of the Town of Innisfil and I am a concerned property owne...
Sep 7th, 2018
by Janis Ramsay Innisfil Journal With 18 years of previous council experience, acclaimed Ward 2 Coun. Bill Van Berkel is ready to serve again. And while he comes to the job with an open mind, he also has opinions about recent council decisions. “Uber is a good start, but it’s not the tota...
Aug 30th, 2018
Full report Innisfil mayor, two councillors in league with developer: integrity report By Brett Glover 107.5 koolfm Three members of Innisfil council are in hot water, an Integrity Commissioner’s report suggesting they exchanged confidential information with the developer of a “significant” project. ...
Jul 4th, 2018
by Janis Ramsay Innisfil Journal Simcoe County council has now signed off on adding 1,000 extra homes at Friday Harbour Resort in Innisfil. The developer applied for an amendment to both the town and the county’s Official Plans in order to add 1,000 units to its site. The town agreed to the addition ...
May 26th, 2018
From Lake Simcoe Watch We asked the provincial election candidates in the 11 Lake Simcoe watershed ridings what they are willing to do to protect Lake Simcoe – and where they stand on four issues that are vital to the health of the watershed . Their responses are now posted on our web site: www...