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LETTER: Tax increases could deter people from moving to town

LETTER: Tax increases could deter people from moving to town

'If council doesn’t get our taxes back in line, people won’t be moving in but moving out,' says letter writer
Tiny council sworn in, ready to face challenges

Tiny council sworn in, ready to face challenges

Council committed ‘to help you help us to help our community and make it better,’ said Mayor David Evans. 'We’re (council) all in it for the right reason'
Ontario's doctors push province to create non-profit surgical centres for backlog

Ontario's doctors push province to create non-profit surgical centres for backlog

TORONTO — Ontario doctors pushed lawmakers this week to create specialized non-profit clinics to tackle a massive surgical backlog that worsened during the pandemic.
Two ways to help make holidays bright for those in need

Two ways to help make holidays bright for those in need

Midland Salvation Army has launched its kettle campaign; Port McNicoll Lions Club hosting food and toy drive Saturday
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
INSIDE THE VILLAGE: The emergency inside Ontario's emergency rooms

INSIDE THE VILLAGE: The emergency inside Ontario's emergency rooms

Episode 24 of the podcast: The president of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians talks hospital wait times, staff burnout — and why everyone should just wear a mask
Game on. Wasaga Casino opens doors to the public

Game on. Wasaga Casino opens doors to the public

The chips and cards are virtual at the new Playtime Casino, owned and operated by Gateway
<b>COLUMN:</b> Region well represented among 'giants' at World Cup

COLUMN: Region well represented among 'giants' at World Cup

Canada's roster includes Atiba Hutchinson and Cyle Larin from the Simcoe County Rovers FC, while club president Julian de Guzman and co-owner Janine Beckie are providing commentary on TV
New public school board trustees take oaths and start term

New public school board trustees take oaths and start term

Orillia trustee acclaimed to chairperson and Clearview area trustee declared vice-chairperson
Waypoint wants to offer more acute mental health beds

Waypoint wants to offer more acute mental health beds

Waypoint 'has been operating as many as 45 acute mental health beds over the last two years, compared with our usual 20 beds pre-pandemic,' spokeswoman says