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Movie Review: Zootopia

Movie Review: Zootopia

Zootopia is charming, funny, smart, and is cute as the dickens.
More than twice the legal limit, driver faces impaired charge

More than twice the legal limit, driver faces impaired charge

Police noticed a strong smell of alcohol emitting from the driver
KPMG study finds Barrie a good place to do business

KPMG study finds Barrie a good place to do business

Competitive Alternatives 2016 report prepared by KPMG puts Barrie among top contenders of business-friendly communities in Canada and globally
Broken headlight leads to drug charges

Broken headlight leads to drug charges

Two men from Bradford face six charges each
Funding available for community-led safety projects

Funding available for community-led safety projects

The province will invest up to $3.7 million in local projects over the next two years
Good morning Barrie!

Good morning Barrie!

Squall warning ended but a bit more snow coming
Vehicles damaged in Maitland Drive area

Vehicles damaged in Maitland Drive area

A 22-year-old male was charged
17-year old in serious condition after rollover

17-year old in serious condition after rollover

A single vehicle collision in Belle Ewart has left a 17-year-old Innisfil male in serious condition
Service scams prey on lack of computer literacy and trust

Service scams prey on lack of computer literacy and trust

Protect yourself via #OPPtips
Celebrating humble beginnings and 100 years of freedom

Celebrating humble beginnings and 100 years of freedom

BarrieToday.com has partnered with Canadian Forces Base Borden with a series of articles celebrating "100 years of freedom" and promoting the upcoming Centennial events. In this article Captain Rob Bungay, Public Affairs Officer Canadian Forces Base Borden, focuses on the early days and the creation of Camp Borden.