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"Donnie" the stray cat found in McDonald's parking lot last month waiting on surgeries (3 photos)

"Donnie" the stray cat found in McDonald's parking lot last month waiting on surgeries (3 photos)

Women who rescued cat from McDonald's parking lot last month need help with vet bills
Georgian adds two new programs at Orangeville campus

Georgian adds two new programs at Orangeville campus

The programs will begin in September 2020
Barrie woman charged with distracted, careless driving after two-vehicle crash in Bradford

Barrie woman charged with distracted, careless driving after two-vehicle crash in Bradford

Police also allege that the driver only held a G1 licence
'World's greatest Chicago tribute band' concert supports Rose of Sharon

'World's greatest Chicago tribute band' concert supports Rose of Sharon

Brass Transit perform Oct. 19 at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts
Thunderstorms could bring hail, high wind gusts, warns Environment Canada

Thunderstorms could bring hail, high wind gusts, warns Environment Canada

Storms capable of producing wind gusts of 70 or 80 km/h and pea sized hail, will move through the region this afternoon
Bradford resident raises concerns over odour coming from neighbouring cannabis farm

Bradford resident raises concerns over odour coming from neighbouring cannabis farm

Deborah Salmons moved to Bradford marsh six years ago to get away from the suburbs and be closer to nature, but lately she and her husband have been kept inside due to the odours coming from neighbouring cannabis farm
Motorists take note... RIDE programs can pop up anywhere

Motorists take note... RIDE programs can pop up anywhere

Police are tackling traffic complaints with small-scale RIDE and radar checks.
A GLOW-rious fundraiser from SWAN Bradford (15 photos)

A GLOW-rious fundraiser from SWAN Bradford (15 photos)

It was a night of glow-in-the-dark fun at the Portuguese Cultural Centre on Saturday, in support of local charity
CANADA: Climate change is on the minds of Canadians as election looms, research suggests

CANADA: Climate change is on the minds of Canadians as election looms, research suggests

According to new research, the majority of Canadians in all but three ridings across the country believe their province has already felt the effects of climate change
Wayne Brakeboer leads the team in volunteer initiatives

Wayne Brakeboer leads the team in volunteer initiatives

Wayne Brakeboer leads a team of local RBC volunteers, but also has a special connection to CHATS.