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After four straight days of new COVID-19 case counts above 150, the number of infections in Ontario has dipped yet again.
The City of Barrie has a contractor working to clean up tree debris from the tornado that struck the southend neighbourhood on July 15.
Fierte Simcoe Pride is kicking off ten years of events Monday in many areas of the County.
Environment Canada has issued special weather statements over air quality for much of central Ontario.
Traffic on Highway 400 north was stalled as fire crews attended to a tractor-trailer fire north of Cookstown Sunday afternoon.
A popup COVID-19 vaccination clinic was set up in Stouffville on Sunday to increase accessibility to the vaccine.
Four people have been taken to hospital following a collision in Bracebridge Sunday afternoon.
Innisfil artist Maria Kelebeev will be auctioning her artwork at the Innisfil Community Church on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Dozens continue to turn out in Barrie's south-end to help restore the neighbourhoods, ravaged by a tornado earlier this month, to their former state.
The second annual Muskoka Pride Rainbow Tour wrapped up pride week on Sunday.
A 31-year York Regional Police (YRP) veteran has died after being in a motorcycle collision while off-duty in southern Ontario.
Ontario is reporting just over 170 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday as the province's per cent positivity rate rises.
Cleanup efforts are continuing in Barrie's south end Saturday with assistance from a global charity.
Multiple people were injured following a two-vehicle collision in Bracebridge Saturday morning.
A large crowd gathered in Newmarket Saturday, calling on the province to end its hybrid learning model for the upcoming school year.
A local charity hosted a Christmas-themed event in Newmarket in support of abuse survivors.
A demonstration was held outside the York-Simcoe MPP and Transportation Minister Caroline Mulroney's constituency office, protesting the planned Bradford Bypass.
Ontario is reporting a slight decrease in new COVID-19 cases today from the previous day.
The EF-2 tornado that ripped apart dozens of homes in a Barrie, Ont., neighbourhood last week is estimated to have caused more damage than a devastating twister that touched down in Angus seven years ago.
Carla Seaward is no stranger to tragedy as she mourns the death of her husband, Bruce Sturge.
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