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New website helps Ontario seniors connect to services, resources

New website helps Ontario seniors connect to services, resources

'The simple and easy-to-use website and its search tool provide a one-stop-shop for seniors and their families,' province says
School-bus driver charged with careless driving after Innisfil crash

School-bus driver charged with careless driving after Innisfil crash

Police say bus entered intersection when it was not safe to do so, causing collision; 22 children were on board, two of whom sustained minor injuries
Mural adds ‘fresh drop of colour’ to Bradford’s historic downtown

Mural adds ‘fresh drop of colour’ to Bradford’s historic downtown

Stylized painting of a barber pole, scissors and a razor adorn the top of Unite Barbershop at 18 Holland St. W.
'It shaped me': Bradford cadets celebrate end of season with review

'It shaped me': Bradford cadets celebrate end of season with review

'This is, by far, one of the best youth programs in the country,' commanding officer tells audience
Mayor's Annual Business Breakfast to focus of variety of topics

Mayor's Annual Business Breakfast to focus of variety of topics

The event is taking place on June 20 at The Club at Bond Head
County awarding 20-year garbage incineration contract to Brampton firm

County awarding 20-year garbage incineration contract to Brampton firm

'No one is running around with their hair on fire trying to solve this issue, so that leaves each of us to try to decide what can be done best,' says county waste official
Meet the financial expert who helped shape Ontario’s new math curriculum

Meet the financial expert who helped shape Ontario’s new math curriculum

Financial literacy is a life skill, says advocate who pushed for it to be a requirement to graduate
VIDEO: 'Scary' fights at Orillia school prompt calls for action

VIDEO: 'Scary' fights at Orillia school prompt calls for action

'They should take action to prevent fights by properly punishing people by suspending for a long period of time,' says Orillia student who fears for her safety
Tornado watch issued for the region

Tornado watch issued for the region

Strong winds, large hail and heavy rain are also possible, says Environment Canada
Trustee accuses province of favouring Catholic schools with capital funding

Trustee accuses province of favouring Catholic schools with capital funding

The Ontario Public School Boards' Association also called on the government to be more transparent about how capital funding decisions are made