The logistics are impressive: 21,000 students at 45 public schools in the Simcoe County District School Board will be participating in The Pedometer Project, thanks to a partnership between the Board and Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities.
BRADFORD – Internet scams continue to claim victims.
The scaffolding is up at Trinity Anglican Church in Bradford, marking the start of repairs to the church's Bell Tower, after a successful campaign raised approximately $60,000 in the community.
The figures are out, and Bradford West Gwillimbury will be paying a slightly higher share of the Operating costs for Policing, in 2017.
Gregory Bishop, General Manager of Social and Community Services, and John Connell, Acting Implementation Manager for Social Housing, came before BWG Council on January 10 to provide an update of Simcoe County’s “Our Community 10-Year Affordable Housing and Homelessness Prevention Strategy.”
Barrie – Funding was confirmed for a new $30 million Advanced Technology, Innovation and Research Centre at the Barrie Campus of Georgian College this week.
Simcoe Muskoka Medical Officer of Health Dr. Charles Gardner has issued a declaration of widespread influenza activity in Simcoe Muskoka, and has informed the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and Public Health Ontario of the situation.
A drug causing havoc and death in other parts of Canada appears to have made its way to St. Catharines.
While Hayley Wickenheiser may have appreciated the sendoff Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave her during her retirement ceremony ahead of the Edmonton Oilers-Calgary Flames game Saturday night, not everyone in the audience was that ecstatic.