Firefighters in Bradford were called out to Dominion Farm Produce, a produce packing and shipping plant on Dissette St., just before 10 a.m. on Sunday, February 22, 2015, to find smoke pouring from the building. They contained the structure fire to a loading dock and storage area, but damage was extensive. P.G.NOVOSAD/FREELANCE

Fire on Dissette

Around 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, February 22, an employee at Dominion Farm Produce at 215 Dissette St. arrived at work to find thick black smoke pouring fr

Joel Roberts, right, won the Lake Trout division in the Fishing for Tyler ice fishing derby on Lake Simcoe, Saturday, February 21, 2015, with a Laker that measured just shy of 32". The derby was a fundraiser for Innisfil teen Tyler French, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder; here, Tyler poses with Joel and his fish. MIRIAM KING/SUNMEDIA

Fishing for Tyler

When Innisfil youngster Tyler French was first diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the Province of Ontario was still hesitant to fund the intensi

From right, cyclist Nancy Bobala, riding in a Spin-a-thon with Town Councillors Raj Sandhu and Gary Baynes. It was all part of the Megathon for Heart & Stroke, held Saturday, February 21, 2015 at the BWG Leisure Centre in Bradford. MIRIAM KING/SUNMEDIA

Megathon for Heart

Cycling enthusiast Nancy Bobala signed up early to participate in the Spin-athon at the BWG Leisure Centre – part of the “Mega-thon” fundraiser for th

Grass skirts and leis provide little protection against the cold, as Ethan Hanlan and his grandmother Julie Lodewyk jump into Lake Simcoe, during the I.C.E. Corp. Polar Bear Dip on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at Innisfil Beach Park. MIRIAM KING/SUNMEDIA

Polar Bears in Innisfil

Innisfil Community Events Corporation (I.C.E. Corp.) called it a Polar Bear Dip. The Lake Simcoe Conservation Foundation called it “Freezin’ for a Rea

     

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