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Who owns the copyright to a skyline?

Who owns the copyright to a skyline?

Local business owner John Ironside and copyright holder for the Spirit Catcher, the MacLaren Art Centre, come to an impasse over the use of the famous Barrie sculpture's likeness in a business logo
New parking law coming to Bradford West Gwillimbury

New parking law coming to Bradford West Gwillimbury

BWG traffic committee investigating different traffic calming strategies
Bradford considers summer patios to get more people downtown

Bradford considers summer patios to get more people downtown

Many Bradford West Gwillimbury business owners feel downtown “neglected,” says councillor
Bradford Print Shoppe epitome of shop local

Bradford Print Shoppe epitome of shop local

Midweek Mugging is a new weekly series featuring profiles of local businesses or interesting people. Want to be featured? Email [email protected]
Need help choosing a career? Training hub holding workshop for youth

Need help choosing a career? Training hub holding workshop for youth

Workshop in Bond Head geared toward youth entering Grades 9 through 12 this fall
Good morning, Bradford!

Good morning, Bradford!

Today will be sunny with a mix of sun and cloud in the morning
Funding cuts start to hit home

Funding cuts start to hit home

Province's cancellation of cap-and-trade program results in loss of $2.2 million in funding for social-housing projects in Barrie and Orillia, in spite of the county wait list increasing by 6.7%
Protect yourself from West Nile virus

Protect yourself from West Nile virus

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is reminding residents to protect themselves against mosquito bites following the season’s second positive finding of West Nile virus in mosquitoes
Innisfil church transforms 'stuff' into hope and love (4 photos)

Innisfil church transforms 'stuff' into hope and love (4 photos)

The church's giant garage sale was a fundraiser for a mission trip to Ecuador
Ontario 'governing on the fly' with new marijuana legalization changes, says Bradford deputy mayor

Ontario 'governing on the fly' with new marijuana legalization changes, says Bradford deputy mayor

Online cannabis sales will start after legalization Oct. 17, followed by private retail sales next spring, York-Simcoe MPP Caroline Mulroney announced