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Saluting Robbie Burns, Scotland's National Bard

Saluting Robbie Burns, Scotland's National Bard

Scots and would-be Scots will be celebrating the birthday of Robbie Burns
Town of BWG launches Equity and Inclusiveness Review

Town of BWG launches Equity and Inclusiveness Review

The Town of BWG has hired a consulting group to conduct a review following a ruling of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario issued in November after a complaint was filed by two individuals who were banned from the BWG Leisure Centre
Two-day targeted traffic enforcement initiative nets more than two dozen charges

Two-day targeted traffic enforcement initiative nets more than two dozen charges

South Simcoe Police say most of the charges were for speeding
Storm overwhelmed Innisfil pumping station on Line 6, flooding basements with sewage

Storm overwhelmed Innisfil pumping station on Line 6, flooding basements with sewage

'At least we got a lot of answers today,' said resident
Conservation group seeks $150K from city to build 'premier' nature centre

Conservation group seeks $150K from city to build 'premier' nature centre

'Disconnection' between children and nature has resulted in increased rates of mental-health issues, anxiety and childhood obesity
Tiny Good Samaritans turn in wallet found in schoolyard

Tiny Good Samaritans turn in wallet found in schoolyard

The wallet contains cash, gift cards
Barrie man caught towing a stolen trailer, police allege

Barrie man caught towing a stolen trailer, police allege

Police report that the Barrie man was in possession of suspected cocaine as well
Thrift shopper makes explosive find at Newmarket's Value Village

Thrift shopper makes explosive find at Newmarket's Value Village

It was a case of mistaken identity for the .22 calibre gunpowder cartridges
Anonymous donor provides $100K toward paramedic mental health

Anonymous donor provides $100K toward paramedic mental health

Money will be placed in a reserve fund while team of county staff investigate most efficient use of money over time; $10K earmarked for use in 2020
Conservation authority preps for tree-planting season, and you can still get on the list

Conservation authority preps for tree-planting season, and you can still get on the list

The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority runs an annual tree-planting program offering grants to landowners wishing to add trees to their property