Connecting Lake Simcoe's Community

By Kate Harries -- There’s a popular orchard on Yonge Street south of Barrie called  Carpe Diem -- “Seize the Day.”

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The City of Barrie, the Huron-Wendat Nation and the Williams Treaty First Nation are making good progress on the archaeological study of the historic Allandale Station lands.

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November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War in 1918.

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By David Hawke -- It's nice to have time to read the “Daily Journal,” but just make sure you're dressed for the occasion....
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By David Hawke -- They're back! Well, in some places anyway. Evening grosbeaks are rather commanding in appearance and when they hit your feeding station, you notice them....
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By David Hawke - Legacy is a word we hear a lot lately, especially as it relates to the passing of a legendary person, or great event (e.g. WWI 100th anniversary).A legacy is somet...
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By David Hawke - The annual autumn colour party was short-lived this year....
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By David Hawke - Just about exactly 468 years ago (that would be circa 1540 A. D. for those of you who are bad at math) a new word was recorded....
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By David Hawke -- There are certain, unmistakable, signs of seasonal change....

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