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Oct 22nd, 2018
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Link to unofficial results Click here to see who has signed the Simcoe County community leaders pledge Updated October 22 Mayor – George Cornell ACCLAIMED Deputy-Mayor – Steffen Walma ACCLAIMED Councillor – three to be elected – Cindy Hastings 4,131 – Gibb Wishart 3,182 ...
Oct 12th, 2018
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  from the Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition Municipal councils decide how our communities are built, the services they provide, and make decisions that impact our local water supplies, local food and health of our communities. Who will stand up for the future of your community? We are pleased t...
Oct 10th, 2018
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Many 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 post titled “(Municipality) Candidates – Municipal Elections 2018” for that municipality. L...
Oct 4th, 2018
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Penetanguishene moves to online/telephone voting and drops wards – Tiny and Tay townships use vote-by-mail, Midland uses traditonal paper polls by Gisele Winton Sarvis Midland Mirror For the first time, the Town of Penetanguishene is moving to an online and telephone only voting procedure for t...
Aug 29th, 2018
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2018 AWARE Simcoe questionnaire – Tony Mintoff from Midland Mirror I am a recently retired father and grandfather with a love for music, motorcycling, family and friends, and a passion for public service. I am running to serve you, as township councillor. With 40 years of public service, I am i...
Aug 27th, 2018
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AWARE News Network Richard Hinton made many friends among those he met during his all-too-short time in office. He will be remembered with great affection. This is a link to the Tiny Cottager, which gave him an enthusiastic endorsement when he first ran for office in 2014. He did not disappoint. And ...
Aug 26th, 2018
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Councillor Richard Hinton, right, shared a joke with Waverley area resident Chris Williams, left, following a Dufferin Aggregates community liaison meeting in March. -AWARE Simcoe photo by John Edwards Midland Mirror Tiny Township councillor Richard Hinton died suddenly on Saturday morning. He was 53...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Midland Mirror I want to thank the residents of Tiny for allowing me to serve them for the past four years. During this time, I have worked extremely hard to create a sense of unity and empowerment and make our beautiful Township an even better place for residents to live and work. As requested ...
Aug 26th, 2018
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from Midland Mirror Thank to you to the residents ofTiny for your support, and to my fellow councillors for their hard work and support. It’s been an honour to serve as your mayor, and it’s an honour to have been acclaimed in the 2018 election. I look forward to serving the residents of T...
Aug 24th, 2018
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Get your comments in to province before the August 31 2018 deadline AWARE News Network The Friends of Simcoe Forests are calling on citizens to  express their concerns to the Ontario government about Simcoe County’s plan to house garbage, recycling, and organics facilities in the Freele Tract o...