Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner

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Green Valley Construction needs to change one type of multiple residential dwelling zoning to another at 101 Kozlov St. to build 3.5 storey townhouses on the north-Barrie property. MARK WANZEL photo

Kozlov Street to get 88 new units

City council has approved zoning to allow stacked townhouses in north-Barrie after a compromise was reached on density Monday.

Jennifer Bush, left, and two others with Suffragettes Against Silence, hold their banner Saturday afternoon at Barrie's Heritage Park. The group held a picnic opposing federal Motion-103. KEVIN LAMB/PHOTO

Suffragettes say M-103 supports Sharia law

In a shady corner of Barrie's Heritage Park, a picnic was held Saturday afternoon to oppose M-103 – a federal motion which condemns Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination.

68% of OPSEU members voted in favour

Provincial college faculty, including those at Barrie's Georgian College, have a strike mandate heading into new contract talks Monday.

The City of Barrie has been told that the Allandale Station land should be surrendered to the Ontario Coalition of Indigenous Peoples (OCIP) because it is an Aboriginal burial ground. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Barrie's Allandale Station land demanded

Barrie's Allandale Station land should be surrendered to the Ontario Coalition of Indigenous Peoples (OCIP), the city has now been told, because it is an Aboriginal burial ground.

Kathleen Wynne

Or is it caused by PC trouble?

Hiking minimum wage while cutting hydro rates might be turning fortunes around for Ontario Liberals.

Joseph Spataro was seriously injured when the Innisfil man's car was rear-ended by a pickup truck in Michigan early Sunday, Aug. 20. The truck's driver was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, said Troy police. Facebook photo

Innisfil man hurt in Michigan crash

An Innisfil man remains in serious condition in a Michigan hospital following a fatal Aug. 20 crash just north of Detroit.