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Feds root up $7.2M for Forests Ontario

Feds root up $7.2M for Forests Ontario

Partnership will allow Forests Ontario to plant 7.2M trees over three years
Area powerlifter overcomes injury, shatters multiple records

Area powerlifter overcomes injury, shatters multiple records

Marie Wagner 'absolutely fell in love' with the sport rather late in life and now is heading to Commonwealth Powerlifting Championships in New Zealand
Consultations aim to help employers attract immigrant workers

Consultations aim to help employers attract immigrant workers

Simcoe County Employer Community Consultations taking place this month
Constituents can meet MPP between the tomes at Midland library

Constituents can meet MPP between the tomes at Midland library

Public library constituency spots are a ‘common practice used in northern rural areas,’ says spokeswoman for Simcoe North MPP Jill Dunlop, who maintains office hours on Wednesdays at library
Chamber comes up with 'fabulous' way to promote buying local

Chamber comes up with 'fabulous' way to promote buying local

Rally for Retail gives residents spending $20 locally chance to receive $20 gift certificate
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

'One of the world leaders': Province cashes in on sports betting

'One of the world leaders': Province cashes in on sports betting

'It was happening anyways; there were just no safeguards for people. The responsible gaming component is just a really important piece,' said Attorney General Doug Downey
Gala raises $50K for local YMCA youth services

Gala raises $50K for local YMCA youth services

Spotlight Gala's success allows organization to make 'life-changing experiences possible' for youth
Heartfelt ceremony as Penetanguishene council sworn in

Heartfelt ceremony as Penetanguishene council sworn in

Speeches from dignitaries, Francophone, Métis, and youth representatives indicated strong community relationships for upcoming council term
Health unit downgrades community COVID risk as cases decrease

Health unit downgrades community COVID risk as cases decrease

At least 10 people from Simcoe County and Muskoka Region died last week after contracting COVID-19 and 47 COVID patients remain hospitalized