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Ian McInroy

Ian McInroy

Ian McInroy is an award-winning photographer and journalist with more than 30 years in the industry. While working at newspapers in York Region and since the early 1990s at the Barrie Examiner, Ian has covered breaking news, politics and sports, as well as writing and illustrating feature stories about a wide variety of topics in Simcoe County. He has lived in Thornton since 1988 with his wife, Brenda. Together they have two adult children: a daughter Bailey and son Connor.

Recent Work by Ian

McCavitt, 90, holds nothing back on the court; 'We call him the Grim Reaper'

McCavitt, 90, holds nothing back on the court; 'We call him the Grim Reaper'

Eastview Thrashers tennis players range in age and profession, but elder statesman of the group is particularly known to smash the ball
Museum staff look for ways to share history and stories safely

Museum staff look for ways to share history and stories safely

Midhurst facility open now by appointment; Bookings can be made in half-hour increments between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Barrie Heritage Awards your chance to put someone in the spotlight

Barrie Heritage Awards your chance to put someone in the spotlight

'We have many beautiful homes from the early days of Barrie, Allandale and Shanty Bay that are among the most distinctive places,' says mayor
Quaint century home on Tiffin St. on deck to join city's heritage register

Quaint century home on Tiffin St. on deck to join city's heritage register

'This home resembles a Gothic revival cottage, which is a fairly common sight in southern Ontario. Whoever built it was likely of more modest means,' city official says of Allandale home
Red Storey Field goal posts coming down as Barrie Central keepsakes

Red Storey Field goal posts coming down as Barrie Central keepsakes

'Those mementos will serve as a cherished reminder of the fantastic memories ... that took place on Red Storey Field,' says former Barrie Central coach and teacher
British family digs into its Barrie roots and what they found 'blew us away'

British family digs into its Barrie roots and what they found 'blew us away'

Henry Sewrey opened Barrie Foundry and Agricultural Works in 1866 and also served as mayor in the 1880s
What will Barrie's Golden Mile look like in the future?

What will Barrie's Golden Mile look like in the future?

'We have to look at the footprint of how Bayfield Street is being used in regards to the strip malls and lots of parking'
What will Barrie's Golden Mile look like in the future?

What will Barrie's Golden Mile look like in the future?

'We have to look at the footprint of how Bayfield Street is being used in regards to the strip malls and lots of parking'
What will Barrie's Golden Mile look like in the future?

What will Barrie's Golden Mile look like in the future?

'We have to look at the footprint of how Bayfield Street is being used in regards to the strip malls and lots of parking'
Midway Diner has been a staple on Barrie's menu for years <b>(6 photos)</b>

Midway Diner has been a staple on Barrie's menu for years (6 photos)

'We’re all just like a big family,' says owner, adding: 'If it wasn’t for our regular customers, I don’t know where we would’ve been.'