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With the federal election now less than a week away, BarrieToday reporter Bob Bruton urges voters to be wary of promises made on the campaign trail. He breaks down some of the promises and those which are likely unattainable.
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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:
Last week, BarrieToday reporter Shawn Gibson questioned whether it may be time to permanently close down Dunlop Street East to vehicle traffic. He envisions a multitude of cultural festivals and other events which could take place along Barrie's main street.