Connecting Lake Simcoe's Community

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Lugnut has travelled a long way to find a new home. This loveable dog was one of 27 dogs that were flown from Cat Lake First Nation, located approximately 300 kilometres north of K...
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Pet Adoptions
 NATIONAL CUPCAKE DAY! Are you ready to "bake" a difference for animals in need?...
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Pet Adoptions
        Are you looking for a little critter to keep you company?! Look no further! The OSPCA Barrie Animal Centre has 3 guinea pigs availab...
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Our Local Nature
By David Hawke -- "Cause and effect" is a term that is well known in the scientific community (and I imagine it's just as well known in the social community)....
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Our Local Nature
By David Hawke -- The pattern of holes in the snow revealed where a red squirrel had come forth from the distant spruce trees....
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Our Local Nature
By David Hawke -- Just as the temperature slides up and down the thermometer, so too does the level of activity around our bird feeders....

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