• Protecting Water and Farmland in Simcoe County

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Jun 23rd, 2022
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Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner is shown at the Teedon Pit in Waverley – home to the world’s most pristine water. File Photo From MidlandToday, June 20, 2022 A Letter to the Editor The following letter is in response to a story, published June 18, titled ‘Stanley supporter...
Jun 21st, 2022
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This female snapping turtle was seen on Horseshoe Valley Road.David Hawke/OrilliaMatters From BarrieTody, June 13, 2022 By David Hawke If this is mid-June it must be turtle season! All across southern Ontario the soil has warmed up enough to encourage female turtles to leave the safety of the swamp a...
Jun 20th, 2022
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Sign to protect the purest water in the world! The groundwater below the Simcoe Uplands near Waverley in Simcoe County has been tested for three decades and is the purest water known to science. But it is threatened. Many actions to protect it are taking place. One is petition e-3867 on the House of ...
Jun 14th, 2022
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Hello Canadian Museum of Water, The creation of the Canadian Museum of Water in Port McNicoll is a wonderful addition to Tay Township, Simcoe County, Ontario and Canada. It is with great interest that AWARE Simcoe members await the opening of the Canadian Museum of Water in Port McNicoll. AWARE Simco...
Jun 7th, 2022
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Simcoe North MPP Jill Dunlop is shown Thursday night at Bonaire Golf, where she celebrated her re-election. | Greg McGrath-Goudie/OrilliaMatters From OrilliaMatters, June 4, 2022 A Letter to the Editor This letter is in response to an article about Simcoe North MPP Jill Dunlop’s re-election, publishe...
Jun 7th, 2022
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Aaron Cayden Hiltz and his girlfriend, Jasmine Juneau, visited Grounded in Midland during the final day of the campaign. | Andrew Philips/MidlandToday From OrilliaMatters, June 2, 2022 By Andrew Philips Aaron Cayden Hiltz is already thinking about the next time. After an eye-opening experience as a r...
Jun 6th, 2022
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One of the many animals who live along the trail. | MidlandToday file photos From MidlandToday, June 6, 2022 NEWS RELEASE TOWN OF PENETANGUISHENE COUNTY OF SIMCOE TRANS CANADA TRAIL TOWNSHIP OF TINY The Town of Penetanguishene is kicking off Trails Month with the opening of a new trailhead on Overhea...
Jun 6th, 2022
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Stan Mathewson, President of Sustainable Orillia. From Simcoe.com, June 6, 2022 By Andrew Mendler, Frank Matys Residents have mixed feelings about the Progressive Conservatives’ landslide election victory, which saw Premier Doug Ford’s government capture an 83-seat majority. Stan Mathewson was yearni...
Jun 6th, 2022
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Aaron Cayden Hiltz | Supplied photo From OrilliaMatters, June 6, 2022 A Letter to the Editor This letter is from Aaron Cayden Hiltz, who ran for the Liberals in Simcoe North in Thursday’s provincial election. Read the previous article: “‘Rock star’ Dunlop wins Simcoe North with a landslide vict...
Jun 6th, 2022
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 Jill Dunlop will return as Simcoe North’s MPP for a second term, following a blowout victory over the other candidates. | Greg McGrath-Goudie/OrilliaMatters From OrilliaMatters, June 2, 2022 By Greg McGrath-Goudie Jill Dunlop will represent Simcoe North at Queen’s Park for a second term, follo...