City council has steered Barrie down a new road for hailing a ride.
Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner
Barrie's YMCA is pulling up stakes on Grove Street to seek greener pastures.
Plans to make Barrie's private transportation business fair are feeling the brakes.
This week's federal budget could be doing Barrie city council's work.
Barrie's 2017 operating and capital budget is about $800,000 lighter.
The first huge Barrie residential development proposed in the former Innisfil land is not quite ready for prime time.
More vertical growth is coming to Barrie’s Essa Road.
Barrie Public Library could have new neighbours.
Barrie’s streets are being levelled out for city taxis and Uber cars.
Reducing taxi regulations and creating licensing for Uber is on Barrie councillors' radar Monday.
Public meetings will be held Monday in Barrie that could lead to huge residential and industrial development on the former Innisfil land – property handed to the city, by the province, to accommodate more growth.
This spring's federal legislation is just the spark for legalizing marijuana in Canada, says the government's point man.
A Barrie homicide victim and the suspect knew each other, say city police.
Sarah Blackley has found shelter from her storms.
Pay attention to the road when you're behind the wheel.
A large cache of firearms and ammunition was seized from a Barrie home after the city police tactical support unit raided a Yonge Street home Sunday evening.
The answer to homelessness is obvious, Barrie city council heard Monday.
Sarah Blackley is six months pregnant, her baby due in June, and she's homeless in Barrie.
Patrick Brown says there's still a place for decency and substance in politics, despite the influence of Republican American President Donald Trump.
Barrie councillors expensed promotional clothing, Christmas cards, slow-down signs along city streets and a winter soccer program last year.