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OPP launch criminal investigation into death of boy, 15, who drowned on Algonquin Park school camping trip in July »

Jeremiah Perry, 15, died July 5 at Trout Lake while on a Toronto School Board summer camping trip. He was a non-swimmer who failed a mandatory school swimming test.

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com ORILLIA — The camping death of a student who drowned in Algonquin Park last month during a school trip has led to a criminal investigation by the OPP. Jeremiah Perry, 15, died July 5 at Trout……

Aug 22 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Save the Falls going to district public works meeting Aug. 23 with concerns about permits »

BALA — Mitchell Shiner, a public relations person for the Save the Bala Falls group, offers his latest current status – in detail – on the controversial hydro project in Bala. He says Monday: “We haven’t been able to provide……

Aug 21 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Filling in shoreline without permit costs pair $2,500 each on Tasso Lake »

BRACEBRIDGE — Two Muskoka-area men have been fined a total of $5,000 for offences under the Public Lands Act. Desmond O’Kelly, of Oro Medonte, and Michael Welsh, of Huntsville, pleaded guilty and were each fined $2,500 for unlawfully filling shore……

Aug 21 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Dockside Festival of the Arts in Gravenhurst Muskoka’s summer crafts climax »

GRAVENHURST – Another weekend – another big Muskoka Wharf event. Hail, hail, the gang will all be there at the Muskoka Wharf for the annual Dockside Festival of all things summer and fun. After a summer of ribs, boats –……

Aug 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Kilworthy woman escapes early morning house fire after being awakened by screaming smoke detector »

GRAVENHURST — The shrill scream of a smoke alarm was enough to arouse a sleeping woman at 4 a.m. Thursday morning, giving her the critical minute she needed to escape an inferno in her home. Fire crews from Gravenhurst Stations……

Aug 18 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Hospitals help take lead on a new task force for future of health care in Muskoka »

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com MUSKOKA — Local hospitals continue to look to a bold new future. As part of an ever-ending, and confusing multi-prong exercise in Muskoka to provide the Ministry of Health with options for a new hospital and……

Aug 18 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

‘Weekend Comedy’ at Orillia Opera House puts two couples in remote cabin together »

By Marilyn de Lang, Special to TODAILY.com ORILLIA — Summer at the Orillia Opera House began with Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park,” a timeless classic of newlywed sparring — followed by “Bedtime Stories,” Norm Foster’s interlocking heartwarming tales peppered……

Aug 17 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Dinner, dancing, Latin dance class Aug. 20 & 27 at new ‘SerenDipity Terrace’ at Muskoka Wharf »

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — Looking for something romantic and fun for an evening out the next two Sundays, August 20 and 27 at 5 p.m. How about dinner and dancing overlooking Lake Muskoka? Sarah Goosen says it’s happening……

Aug 16 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

1980 Algonquin Park cold murder case gets dozens of new leads thanks to social media interest »

ORILLIA — Three dozen fresh leads could help an OPP cold murder case dating back 37 years in Algonquin Park thanks to a huge social media interest. Police hope the public can help identify this young male who went missing ……

Aug 16 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

85-year-old windsurfter drowns at Cawja Beach on Georgian Bay Tuesday »

TINY TOWNSHIP — An 85-year-old windsurfer has died on Georgian Bay Tuesday, after being pulled from the water by swimmers at Cawaja Beach. Provincial police from the Southern Georgian Bay OPP detachment are currently investigating a death that took place……

Aug 16 2017 / No Comment / Read More »
District News

Veronica Eaton new OPP detachment commander in Orillia »

ORILLIA — There’s a new sheriff in a town full of top cops. Policing the provincial headquarters of the OPP is now the job of Insp. Veronica…

Aug 11 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Fine Films season’s passes available at Scotiabank »

GRAVENHURST — As Fine Films finalizes its next season, they are already selling season’s passes. They are now available for purchase at Scotiabank in Gravenhurst. The cost…

Aug 11 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Gravenhurst Horticulture Society flower & vegetable show Aug. 9 »

GRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Horticultural Society is heading into a spectacular annual flower and vegetable show Aug. 9 at the Gravenhurst Seniors’ Centre, on First…

Jul 31 2017 / Comments Off on Gravenhurst Horticulture Society flower & vegetable show Aug. 9 / Read More »

Pointe Au Baril man fined $1,500 for trapping fisher out of season »

PARRY SOUND — A Pointe Au Baril man has been fined a total of $1,500 for trapping violations. Jesse Hutchinson pleaded guilty and was fined $1,200…

Jul 22 2017 / Comments Off on Pointe Au Baril man fined $1,500 for trapping fisher out of season / Read More »

Gravenhurst woman died in collision with train in Colborne July 7 »

COLBORNE — A Gravenhurst woman has been identified as the vicimt of train accident last week in Colborne, east of Cobourg. Provincial police say Rosalie Haddow died…

Jul 16 2017 / Comments Off on Gravenhurst woman died in collision with train in Colborne July 7 / Read More »

Hyundai Elantra 5 stolen from owner’s driveway overnight Thursday »

HUNTSVILLE An overnight theft of a black Hyundai Thursday has police looking for the thief. They say that at 8 a.m. this morning OPP were…

Jul 14 2017 / Comments Off on Hyundai Elantra 5 stolen from owner’s driveway overnight Thursday / Read More »

Walker’s Point 150 Heritage Days July 15-16 »

WALKER’S POINT – Folks in Walker’s Point are polishing the bell and putting resin on their bows for the annual July shin-dig at the community…

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Orillia man charged after social media outlets report child sex abuse uploaded to internet »

ORILLIA An Orillia man faces child pornography charges after police received multiple reports from various social media outlets that an unknown person was uploading…

Jul 12 2017 / Comments Off on Orillia man charged after social media outlets report child sex abuse uploaded to internet / Read More »

Health unit urges caution after West Nile virus found in Collingwood mosquito »

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — Wet weather has the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is reminding residents to protect themselves against mosquito bites following confirmation that mosquitoes…

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Cranberry growers take you on Blueberry Hill wine tour »

BALA — If you’re crazy about cranberry wine, you’ll love the new Blueberry Hill at Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh & Muskoka Lakes Winery. All summer, we’ll be…

Jul 12 2017 / Comments Off on Cranberry growers take you on Blueberry Hill wine tour / Read More »
Events

Muskoka Chautauqua wrapping up final starting with T.O. All-Star Youth Big Band Saturday

PORT CARLING — As August approaches its apex, the Muskoka Chautauqua is wrapping up its summer season; And if you meant to catch one of their great shows and…

Aug 15 2017 / Read More »

Fine Films season’s passes available at Scotiabank

GRAVENHURST — As Fine Films finalizes its next season, they are already selling season’s passes. They are now available for purchase at Scotiabank in Gravenhurst. The cost is $70 for…

Aug 11 2017 / Read More »

Gravenhurst Horticulture Society flower & vegetable show Aug. 9

GRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Horticultural Society is heading into a spectacular annual flower and vegetable show Aug. 9 at the Gravenhurst Seniors’ Centre, on First Street North. Local businesses…

Jul 31 2017 / Read More »

Gary and Gayle’s Muskoka Chautauqua starts busy summer with big bang at Minett Marriott

MINETT — Gayle Dempsey and Gary Froude are off to another summer-packed Muskoka Chautauqua season. The Port Carling arts entrepreneurs are back with two months of activities that keeps…

Jul 12 2017 / Read More »
Letters

Ike Kelneck great friend, nature lover will be missed

Dear Editor: Recently I attended a celebration of life for Ike Kelneck and brought yellow-green roses as a sign of respect besides a sympathy card. By the time I arrived…

Jun 14 2017 / Read More »

Parking passes promote tourism, economic development in Tiny

Dear Editor: I have been coming to Midland, Tiny Township and Wasaga Beach for over a month now — and also since I was a small child — and I am…

Jun 14 2017 / Read More »

Six NDP wishes for Tony Clement to pass on to PM Harper

Dear Editor:  I thought maybe Tony Clement could pass my Christmas wish list on to Stephen Harper this year.  If Stephen Harper and conservatives can fork out $90,000 to commit…

Dec 17 2013 / Read More »

 

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