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We'll kick off a brand new contest on Canada Day! +Members will have the chance to enter daily for the chance to win a $500 camping package.
Watch our latest episode of Up Close & Personal as host Scott Sexsmith is joined by the former anchor of The National on CBC, Wendy Mesley, and long time Toronto morning radio show host, Maureen Holloway. Wendy and Maureen have recently teamed up to launch a new podcast called The Women of Ill Repute. We talk about that and so much more! You can catch up with past episodes here.
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From the newsroom
With Canada Day approaching, Wendy wonders in this week's column if we are still the same as always or if we have changed.
When it comes to development in Barrie, maybe it’s just a pipe dream that these sides are so dug in that they won’t give an inch, writes city hall reporter Bob Bruton.
'As disturbing as the details have been to date, things are going to get uglier,' sports columnist Peter Robinson says of proceedings taking place in Ottawa.
'With gas prices at record highs, maybe this is the summer we spend a little closer to home,' says food columnist Daniel Clements.