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Town’s 2024 budget passes in record time 

By Karen Wolfe Due to the new rules that came with Bill 3, the Strong Mayors, Building Homes Act,...

Opinion: Town’s budget process promotes spending, not savings

By Karen Wolfe The release of the 2024 draft budget calls for a 5.5 per cent increase in taxes....

Fill a purse to help women in crisis

By Michelle Poirier While the 9th annual Fill a Purse for a Sister Campaign is coming to an end,...

Remembrance: WW2 veteran Jim Parks recalls landing at Juno Beach

By Mike Anderson Private Jim Parks was 19 when he landed at Juno Beach on June 6, 1944, with...

Town’s draft budget calls for 5.5 per cent tax hike in 2024 

By Mike Anderson The Town of Georgina presented its draft budget to council on November 8, which calls for...

Town wants beach associations to incorporate as not-for-profit organizations

By Mike Anderson The Town is moving forward with its plan to have road-end beach associations along Lake Drive...

Georgina Fire and Rescue Services’ programs educate residents on fire safety

By Michelle Poirier Georgina Fire and Rescue Services are wrapping up their annual Home Safe Home and Community Captain...

Opinion: Ontario is changing the way it regulates hazardous waste disposal and that’s bad...

By Karen Wolfe I attended an on-line webinar recently hosted by the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) because I...

Evening vigil held at the ROC remembers victims of Hamas terrorist attacks

By Mike Anderson More than 50 people attended an evening vigil held Wednesday night at the ROC to remember...

Georgina Town Council pledges to build 6,200 new homes by 2031

By Mike Anderson On October 4, Town Council voted 5-2 to accept a provincial housing target and housing pledge...

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November 24, 2023 Issue

Main Stories: Keswick cafe owners offer free hot meals to those who can’t afford them, Watpool to fight at Pickering Casino Resort on December 2, Fill a purse to help women in crisis, First Act Youth Company ramps up for the holidays