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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...
Jun 5th, 2022
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Voter turnout in Ontario From Simcoe.com, June 3, 2022 By Sara Carson BARRIE-INNISFIL Registered Electors on List: 92,387 Vote Turnout: 39.26 per cent Progressive Conservative MPP Andrea Khanjin re-elected in Barrie-Innisfil BARRIE-SPRINGWATER-ORO-MEDONTE Registered Electors on List: 85,091 Vote Turn...
Jun 5th, 2022
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Brian Saunderson addresses a room of supporters at his election party. | Erika Engel/CollingwoodToday From OrilliaMatters, June 2, 2022 By Erika Engel Brian Saunderson has been elected as MPP for Simcoe-Grey. Saunderson took the lead in the riding as soon as results started coming in, with his win ev...
May 20th, 2022
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'I stand with you against racist hate and misogyny,' says Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner after sign at Krystal Brooks' home was defaced...
Apr 5th, 2022
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From the Toronto Star, April 3, 2022 By Ian Adams The Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team wants to let you know where you stand in reducing your carbon footprint. The 15-member group, formed in 2021, is making its inaugural foray into the public with a booth at the Wasaga Beach Lions Home & Garden S...
Jan 27th, 2022
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Danny Rodgers is the chief building official for the Town of Wasaga Beach.  WASAGA BEACH PHOTO From The Toronto Star, January 19, 2022 By Ian Adams Wasaga Beach is taking steps to minimize its carbon footprint and mitigate the effects of climate change. However, said chief building official Danny Rod...
Jan 11th, 2022
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Gerard Dusastre (left) and Kerrie Atkins are part of a group of neighbours who came together in 2021 to challenge two projects in their quiet residential neighbourhood in the west end of Wasaga Beach.  IAN ADAMS/METROLAND From the Toronto Star, December 31, 2021 By Ian Adams Gerard Dusastre had no in...
Jan 10th, 2022
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Keeping Wasaga Beach’s beaches clean is just one aspect of protecting the environment for Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team members Ilona Matthews (left) and Kathleen Caswell.  IAN ADAMS/METROLAND From the Toronto Star, January 10, 2022 By Ian Adams A warm breeze from the southwest whips up the ...
Jan 8th, 2022
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The WASAGA BEACH Climate Action Team 2021 WAS A VERY EXCITING YEAR !!! Something important happened this past May…. The Wasaga Beach Council voted to declare a CLIMATE EMERGENCY and it hit the Newspapers Wasaga Beach councillors vote on a motion declaring a climate crisis during council’s...
Nov 14th, 2021
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Wasaga Beach, concern for rising water levels (Philip Lee-Shanok/CBC) Fellow residents have banded together to form the Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team On May 25th 2021 the Town Council of Wasaga Beach passed a CLIMATE EMERGENCY DECLARATION. The Town has officially joined the global movement and com...