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Khanjin hosting family skate this weekend in Innisfil

Khanjin hosting family skate this weekend in Innisfil

Free event will be held Saturday afternoon at the Innisfil Recreational Complex
Conservation Authorities face climate change, rising costs and provincial cuts

Conservation Authorities face climate change, rising costs and provincial cuts

Conservation Authorities try to find efficiencies in their 2020 budgets
Warming centres open this weekend in Innisfil

Warming centres open this weekend in Innisfil

With extreme cold weather in the forecast for the weekend, Innisfil is opening up multiple warming centres for the public
What's happening this weekend

What's happening this weekend

What's happening in and around Bradford this weekend...
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Study suggests average human body temperature is lower than it used to be

BEYOND LOCAL: Study suggests average human body temperature is lower than it used to be

Part of the reason, researchers say, is that less of the population is infected with a disease that could raise body temperature
Bradford woman dead, another seriously injured after being struck by snowplow blade

Bradford woman dead, another seriously injured after being struck by snowplow blade

Crash happened around 12:30 a.m., Friday, at Mapleview and Veterans in Barrie
Simcoe County contemplates council size change

Simcoe County contemplates council size change

Staff reports on options to come back before Governance Committee likely by the end of January; change would see council reduced from 32 to either 21 or 23 members
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How vaccines really work

BEYOND LOCAL: How vaccines really work

Experts say that when vaccines are distributed properly, they will protect the individual and their community simultaneously
Need for trained intervenors on the rise, DeafBlind Ontario says

Need for trained intervenors on the rise, DeafBlind Ontario says

'Working as an intervenor helps me to be a better person, it allows me to guide someone to really experience the joys the world has to offer.'
Boy, 5, attacked on Sharon school playground by man wielding curtain rod

Boy, 5, attacked on Sharon school playground by man wielding curtain rod

A 30-year-old East Gwillimbury man with cognitive impairment faces numerous charges, including aggravated assault