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Aug 28th, 2022
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From Simcoe.com, August 10, 2022 Barrie Advance Municipal council and school board elections will take place on Monday, October 24, 2022. The nomination period to be a council or school trustee candidate began May 1 and the deadline to file a nomination is Friday, August 19 at 2 p.m. The new term of ...
Aug 23rd, 2022
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Deputy Mayor Dan Davidson will be running for mayor this fall. | Submitted From BarrieToday, August 21, 2022 By Rob Paul As Deputy Mayor Dan Davidson wraps up his third term on Innisfil town council, he’s taking on a new challenge. Davidson announced recently he’ll be running for mayor against incumb...
In Barrie
Aug 15th, 2022
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Who will take care of Lake Simcoe? A 2022 update on the “Lake Simcoe Under Pressure” Report From the Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition By Claire Malcolmson We hope this letter finds you well and enjoying Lake Simcoe! We all want a healthy lake we can swim in, fish, and enjoy for generations to...
In Barrie
Aug 6th, 2022
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A satellite view of Lake Simcoe. Photo courtesy the Province of Ontario From the Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition By Claire Malcolmson, Executive Director We would like to start off by orienting  you to what threatens Lake Simcoe’s health, what we’re doing about it, and what you can do to help. We are a ...
Jul 21st, 2022
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From Simcoe.com, July 19, 2022 By Shane MacDonald Here’s who has filed to run for the Oct. 24 municipal election in Innisfil. This story will be updated regularly as new candidates register. The nomination period runs from May 2, 2022 to Aug. 19. To see the candidate listing, visit https://inni...
In Barrie
Jun 23rd, 2022
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By Claire Malcolmson, Executive Director, Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition Dear Lake Simcoe Lovers, Summer is upon us! Finally, it’s time for swimming and all the best that Lake Simcoe has to offer! And we still have lots of advocacy to do. We need you to use your voices at the municipal level, and if yo...
Jun 23rd, 2022
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From the Ontario Federation of Agriculture After a campaign where candidates largely avoided discussing the environment, Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives won the 2022 Ontario election with a majority. During his victory speech, Ford reiterated his commitments to invest in new highway projects—in...
Jun 23rd, 2022
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From the Toronto Star, June 18, 2022 By Noor Javed Kate Hepworth lives in the Greenbelt. But by her own account, you wouldn’t know it. When she moved here years ago, she thought living in the Greenbelt would mean being surrounded by idyllic landscapes, quiet ravines and sprawling farmers’ fields. But...
Jun 6th, 2022
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An upcoming virtual open house and public meeting will allow Simcoe County residents to voice their thoughts on growth-related matters. The county is eyeing an update to its official plan. | Jenni Dunning/Bradford Today From Simcoe.com, June 4, 2022 By Travis Mealing Residents will soon have a chance...
Jun 5th, 2022
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File photo | Blair Adams From OrilliaMatters, June 3, 2022 By Erika Engel With fewer than half the eligible voters in Ontario casting their ballots Thursday, the provincial election results both locally and provincially were decided by a historically low number of voters. Elections Ontario has report...