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Pefferlaw Senior Fights off Coywolf Attack

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What was supposed to be a routine walk for Bruce Adkins and his dog, turned into a life and death struggle when a coywolf...

Georgina faces affordable housing crisis

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By: Michelle Poirier The lack of affordable housing is the most significant issue facing low-income residents in Georgina, according to a new report, A Closer...

Bradford Bypass could face federal impact assessment after all

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By Mike Anderson The province's plan to fast-track the Bradford Bypass, a 16.2-km four-lane highway linking the 400 to 404, could face a new roadblock...

Canada’s top doctor changes position on use of face masks

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By: James Burrows For several weeks now the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the US and the Canadian government...

Mossington wharf: Could the last days of summer mark the end of a landmark?

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When it's a lovely sunny day in August Krissy Filby likes to take her kids to the mouth of the Black River, where they can...

Small dairy farms disappearing in Georgina

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By Mike Anderson & Sarah Grishpul While dairy farms were once a common sight in Georgina, their numbers have declined over the years.  When the Dairy...

A look at the 2022 municipal election: Peeking over the shoulder of possibilities

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By Karen Wolfe As 2022 will include at least two separate elections this year, we felt it would be interesting to explore how changes to...

LTC residents social and emotional needs being ignored, TRO says

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By Sarah Grishpul Therapeutic Recreation (TR) specialists, who provide recreational activities for LTC residents, say they have been left out of the provincial government’s long-term...

Sutton Christmas Bird Count records 57 species

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By Paul and Debra Harpley The 35th annual Sutton Christmas Bird Count was held on Tuesday, December 28, with a total of 52 observers tallying...

Field-To-Table: City slicker visits Georgina’s working farms.

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By: Tina Novotny If you are an urbanite like me who likes to channel their inner farmer, then a local country fair isn’t going to cut it. ...

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May 10, 2024 Issue

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Main Stories: Council approves increase in funding for replacement Civic Centre, Council allows food vendors at two waterfront parks, Georgina Spring Fling Marathon grows in popularity, Photo exhibit features iconic portraits of 60s rock stars, Sutton Legion benefits from Ontario Trillium Grant
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