Dec 14th, 2016
By Sara Carson Barrie Advance Applause greeted Simcoe County Warden Gerry Marshall at a ceremony Tuesday afternoon as he was acclaimed to lead county council for a second two-year term Marshall said he has grown very passionate about the role and was ready to fight for the position if another council...
May 14th, 2016
Mayor says council ‘confused’ over nature of motion By Ian Burns Midland Mirror Tempers flared at a Penetanguishene council meeting May 11 when members of council accused Mayor Gerry Marshall of “misleading” the public on the Main Street redevelopment. Coun. Dan LaRose read a letter on behalf of a m...
Mar 22nd, 2016
Will help projects in Penetanguishene, Orillia, Collingwood and New Tecumseth By Ian Burns Midland Mirror SIMCOE COUNTY – The Ontario government is investing $5 million in Simcoe County infrastructure. Jeff Leal, minister of agriculture, food and rural affairs, was on hand to make the announcement Mo...
Feb 18th, 2016
New Tecumseth Free Press Online Simcoe County Warden Gerry Marshall was elected Vice-Chair of the Western Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (WOWC) at its Annual General Meeting held in Chatham on February 12. Warden Marshall, who is mayor of Penetanguishene, will continue to head up the SWIFT (South Wes...
Feb 13th, 2016
Rethinking citizen engagement in Peterborough will ‘knock your socks off’ Peterborough This Week February 3 2016 One of Canada’s leading voices for citizen engagement and new approaches to planning is coming to Peterborough on Feb. 10, as guest speaker and “provocateur” at two events hosted by local ...
Feb 10th, 2016
Beausoleil First Nation Open Letter To Minister Of Health February 10, 2016 Dr. Eric Hoskin Minister of Health and Long Term Care 10th floor, Hepburn Block 80 Grosvenor Street Toronto, Ontario, M7A 2C4 Re: LHIN Recommendations for Georgian Bay General Hospital Greetings Minister Hoskins: My name is R...
Jan 28th, 2016
Treasurer reports infrastructure projects responsible for increase By Ian Burns Midland Mirror PENETANGUISHENE – Penetanguishene’s fiscal status was front and centre at council’s Jan. 27 meeting, with tax rates and the municipality’s $13.7-million debt dominating much of the discussion. Town treasure...
Jan 26th, 2016
By Andrew Philips Orillia Packet & Times Midland will soon welcome one CEO, while another top administrator has suddenly left her post. But some residents aren’t happy with what they see as a less-than-transparent hiring process as the Midland Public Library board unveiled its choice to lea...