What weighs 150 pounds, has 576 stationary parts, took more than 200 people to create, and will represent Barrie on the national stage?
Cheryl Browne, Barrie Examiner
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If Canadians did away with sex and taxes, there would be little crime to report.
The community is helping the grieving Fleming and Smith families after the death of their son in a house fire in mid-July.
A ride across central Ontario was singed with fear for the black-leather clad bikers.
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. – A Barrie man is dead after a motorcycle crash, Sunday.
CLEARVIEW– A family is grieving the loss of a young boy after a house fire destroyed their home, Thursday.
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. – Dozens of firefighters responded to as many calls from passersby, who witnessed flames shooting through the roof of the tiny Guthrie Public School Saturday morning.
They are no longer playing with a full deck.
Barrie’s disgraced dermatologist is spending his summer in court.
As Kevin Burke prepares to leave for British Columbia Thursday, he’s remembering what the Fort McMurray fire in Alberta was like last summer.
Jessica Whittaker is trying to make roads safer for motorcyclists with one magnetic sticker at a time.
Depending on who you speak to, the proposed labour laws are either pulling workers out of the depths of poverty or squeezing profits out of small business owners.
Jon Flavelle was scarfing down a burger so he could finish banging nails into the wooden fence of a stranger’s home.
Fears drugs and prostitutes were taking over their High Street neighbourhood led citizens to call police.
So many people threw their hat into the ring, council chambers is going to look like an ice rink after a hat-trick next Monday night.
A rent increase of less than 2% in 2018 is being hailed as a win for the provincial government.
Police have confirmed Bryan Smith turned himself in to a Barrie station to answer to charges for assault causing bodily harm on Brett Wickett who died on Canada Day.
Barrie has a lot going for it, when compared to surrounding municipalities such as Orillia.
INNISFIL – For one small second he was terrified.
A suspicious Canada Day death has sparked a police investigation at an Anne St. South townhouse complex.