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Innisfil residents who receive parking fines can pay with donations until Dec. 2

Innisfil residents who receive parking fines can pay with donations until Dec. 2

The Town of Innisfil is allowing residents who receive a parking fine the option of donating children’s toys, gift cards, non-perishable food items or cash instead of paying their ticket.
Waterloo Region shuffles service delivery for vulnerable people in bid to improve access

Waterloo Region shuffles service delivery for vulnerable people in bid to improve access

Waterloo Region has made some changes which it says will make life easier for vulnerable people who access its services.
Simcoe Muskoka health unit concludes investigation into Orillia Legionnaires’ disease outbreak

Simcoe Muskoka health unit concludes investigation into Orillia Legionnaires’ disease outbreak

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit says it’s concluded its investigation into an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in Orillia and that there’s no further risk of transmission associated with the cluster.
Messaging to prevent infant sleep deaths needs to improve, finds B.C. panel

Messaging to prevent infant sleep deaths needs to improve, finds B.C. panel

A BC Coroners Service death panel review into sudden infant sleep deaths has found that babies continue to die under many of the same circumstances as a similar review five years ago.
Pregnant woman hit by GO train in Kitchener in stable condition

Pregnant woman hit by GO train in Kitchener in stable condition

A pregnant Kitchener woman who was hit by a GO train on Nov. 13 is in stable condition, according to a posting on a GoFundMe campaign that was launched on Sunday.
Construction workers call on B.C. government to scrap the Community Benefits Agreement

Construction workers call on B.C. government to scrap the Community Benefits Agreement

Around 100 construction workers from across B.C. are calling on the provincial government to scrap its Community Benefits Agreements (CBA) program. The B.C.
U of A researchers discover new drug that could revolutionize cancer treatment

U of A researchers discover new drug that could revolutionize cancer treatment

Scientists at the University of Alberta have discovered a new class of drugs that they say could be the next big step in treating cancer.
Blue Bombers fan hopes to break 18-year ‘no pants’ streak Sunday

Blue Bombers fan hopes to break 18-year ‘no pants’ streak Sunday

Chris Matthew knows exactly which pair of pants he will wear if the Winnipeg Blue Bombers win the Grey Cup Sunday. They’re grey camouflage pants, ready for the battle between the Bombers and The Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Berens River death deemed homicide, RCMP continue to investigate

Berens River death deemed homicide, RCMP continue to investigate

RCMP are investigating a homicide at Berens River First Nation. Police said they were called to a home in the eastern Manitoba community Saturday afternoon with the report of an assault.
Orillia council starts its 2020 budget process

Orillia council starts its 2020 budget process

Orillia council kicked off its budget process for the upcoming year on Monday, with an overview of budget documents in advance of the upcoming deliberation process scheduled for the next few weeks.