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A sweet way to end March Break

A sweet way to end March Break

A tour of Dickey Bee Honey in Innisfil was a sweet way to end March Break for a dozen children and their parents.
Good morning Barrie!

Good morning Barrie!

It's the first day of Spring
Were you in the dark for Earth Hour 2016?

Were you in the dark for Earth Hour 2016?

Barrie powered down by 5.4% during Earth Hour on Saturday night. PowerStream also reports that electricity consumption between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m.
They make a difference for others

They make a difference for others

Barrie women were recognized Saturday for their dedication and commitment to helping others.
Car fire heats up Conservative Futures event

Car fire heats up Conservative Futures event

As Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown urged 300 people in one of the few vacant industrial warehouses in Barrie to talk about Conservative values and what matters to Canadians, Barrie firefighters fought a car fire outside the door
Lawn roller helps to make fine art

Lawn roller helps to make fine art

Using a water-filled metal lawn roller in place of a printing press, the artists hand-pulled their oversized prints
A Taste of Barrie: Delighting the senses

A Taste of Barrie: Delighting the senses

Barrie Olive Oil: A True Culinary Experience
Minimum wage gets a bump

Minimum wage gets a bump

Ontario’s minimum wage remains the highest in Canada
A dog's secret weapon <b>(5 Photos)</b>

A dog's secret weapon (5 Photos)

Who knows what the nose knows? A course in Barrie is teaching dog owners how to train their dog to use their most powerful weapon: their nose
Thinking beyond the lost parking spaces

Thinking beyond the lost parking spaces

Councillors should think beyond the lost parking spaces when deciding to sell the lot behind the downtown Barrie library because development will change the neighbourhood