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“Canada didn’t happen by accident and won’t continue without effort”

July 26, 2018   ·   0 Comments

Prime Minister talks unity, trade challenges at pre-election rally. By Brock Weir   Canadians can solve the problems we’re facing by pulling together, even when ...

Matthews House Hospice celebrates ribbon cutting at new Centre of Excellence

By Wendy Gabrek   On Thursday, July 12, Matthews House Hospice celebrated its official grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new 10-bed ...

Tottenham Artisans Market now open summer Sundays 

By Wendy Gabrek   The 4th Annual Tottenham Artisans Market, hosted by the Beeton Tottenham Business Improvement Association (BTBIA) is now open summer Sundays from July 15 through ...

“I don’t intend to leave politics until I have built those hospitals,” says MPP Wilson

By Brock Weir   Rebuilding New Tecumseth’s “remarkable” local hospital remains a top priority for Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson the new Progressive Conservative Ontario Government ...

Wilson hits the ground running in tough trade portfolio

With a possible trade war with the United States looming, Simcoe-Grey MPP Jim Wilson has had no time to let the grass grow under his ...

Nominations open for Simcoe County Pride Awards

Do you know someone who celebrates gender diversity and promotes inclusion? They just might be the perfect person to nominate for the annual Simcoe County ...

Is Beeton progressing or digressing? asks reader

One of the definitions of the word “Progress” is “Growth and development leading to continuous improvement.” When I look at what seems to be happening ...

Jack Tiernay named to New Tecumseth Wall of Honour

By Brock Weir   Canada Day celebrations had an added poignancy on Sunday as the late Jack Tiernay was added to New Tecumseth’s Virtual Wall ...

Maher receives Kevin Lord Scholarship

The New Tecumseth Ball Hockey League held its year end championship on Sunday, June 24. At the end of the season each year the Kevin ...

Canada Day parties continue with Tottenham Community Week

By Brock Weir   Extreme heat may have kept some revellers away from the Canada Day Party on Sunday, but the party rolls on through ...

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