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Oro-Medonte company celebrates production of one million face shields <b>(VIDEO)</b>

Oro-Medonte company celebrates production of one million face shields (VIDEO)

'Amazing team' has shifted gears and has 'been able to equip the first million front-line workers with a medically approved PPE face shield'
Public school board pulls in another $235K for Terry Fox Foundation

Public school board pulls in another $235K for Terry Fox Foundation

Simcoe County District School Board facilities have now raised more than $4.1 million through runs, walks and other activities
Ontario reports 383 new COVID-19 cases today

Ontario reports 383 new COVID-19 cases today

Testing is also up by nearly 50 per cent from the beginning of the week
Bradford parent feels 'blindsided' over school board’s French immersion decision

Bradford parent feels 'blindsided' over school board’s French immersion decision

Group concerned with board’s decision to locate program's high-school version in Innisfil at Nantyr Shores starting in 2021
Barrie man charged with stealing a vehicle from Toronto address

Barrie man charged with stealing a vehicle from Toronto address

Police say the driver has fled on foot, and they were unsuccessful in locating him
<b>VILLAGE VIDEO: </b>Dad's unbelievable trick shot videos are a welcome pandemic distraction

VILLAGE VIDEO: Dad's unbelievable trick shot videos are a welcome pandemic distraction

Dude, how did you do that?
Bike sales soar as families head outdoors following long, isolating spring

Bike sales soar as families head outdoors following long, isolating spring

Cyclists have more space to roam with part of Lakeshore Drive closed to vehicles and a section of Dunlop Street to follow next month
Good morning, Barrie!

Good morning, Barrie!

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For first time in 27 years, popular Thunderhoops camp sidelined

For first time in 27 years, popular Thunderhoops camp sidelined

'It's going to be very weird on July 1 when I'm not on my way driving to East Bayfield to coach basketball,' co-director says of Barrie camp, which has grown from one week with 60 players to three weeks and more than 600 kids
Barrie firefighter's death 'will certainly never, ever be forgotten'

Barrie firefighter's death 'will certainly never, ever be forgotten'

Fire chief calls death of Billy Wilkins on May 27, 2002 'one of, if not the most, difficult times for the service and the city'