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Georgian College helps young mom realize her goal of becoming a nurse

Georgian College helps young mom realize her goal of becoming a nurse

'Without the help of Georgian, none of this would be possible,' says student; Georgian offering free chemistry course this fall
Axe Cancer event returning to Barrie

Axe Cancer event returning to Barrie

The event, which is hosted by Camp Quality Canada, takes place simultaneously in various cities and sees participants compete in axe-throwing tournaments to raise money
MacLaren Art students show their Pride

MacLaren Art students show their Pride

Youth showcased a variety of creative projects that celebrate diversity and encourage acceptance in the community
Public piano for everyone to enjoy

Public piano for everyone to enjoy

The first of its kind in the city, Barrie's Public Piano is in Meridian Place and the possibility for more pianos will be based on the public response to this first piano
Good morning, Barrie!

Good morning, Barrie!

Mix of sun and cloud with mild winds
OPP probing scam calls involving 'federal charges'

OPP probing scam calls involving 'federal charges'

If you receive a call like this, don't press one or provide any sort of personal information
17 years ago today, South Simcoe police's Alan Kuzmich killed in the line of duty

17 years ago today, South Simcoe police's Alan Kuzmich killed in the line of duty

The 41-year-old officer was struck by an SUV during a vehicle chase through Innisfil and Bradford
Innisfil's Dinner in White pops up at the town hall <b>(5 photos)</b>

Innisfil's Dinner in White pops up at the town hall (5 photos)

Elegant pop-up picnic has become an Innisfil tradition, thanks to the IACHC.
Driver clocked doing 165 in an 80 km/h zone north of Barrie

Driver clocked doing 165 in an 80 km/h zone north of Barrie

Midland man charged after traffic stop Wednesday on Highway 93
History professor to share NATO research in Orillia

History professor to share NATO research in Orillia

Why, in 2019, are those fears of a global war being rekindled? Dr. Timothy Sayle will present his lecture, open to the public, Aug. 28