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Breast cancer patients invited to participate in international study

Breast cancer patients invited to participate in international study

Qualifying patients will be placed in one of two study groups, where one group will receive a supervised weight loss program plus health education materials, and the other group will be provided with health education material
New daily 19-minute flights between Barrie and Toronto

New daily 19-minute flights between Barrie and Toronto

FlyGTA Airline offering 19-minute trips
Campaign in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters wins multiple awards

Campaign in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters wins multiple awards

'We are proud that the BeYou program has had a positive impact on young women, encouraging them to celebrate their diversity and uniqueness'
Man arrested for driving while drug impaired

Man arrested for driving while drug impaired

His driver's licence was suspended for 90 days with an Automatic Drivers Licence Suspension, and the vehicle was impounded for seven days 
Sault bids on Amazon headquarters

Sault bids on Amazon headquarters

Sault Ste. Marie is submitting a bid for Amazon’s second North American headquarters this month. Despite being much smaller than some of its bigger counterparts, the city of 75,000 says the goal is to raise the profile of the Sault
Got a senior's project? Grants available.

Got a senior's project? Grants available.

Applicants must represent seniors’ groups or offer programs or services that directly benefit Ontario seniors
Political Satire: Michael Roache

Political Satire: Michael Roache

The border is about 1,900 miles (3,100 km) long
Anishinabek Educational Institute open house this Thursday

Anishinabek Educational Institute open house this Thursday

,We have smaller classes at the Anishinabek Educational Institute'
Catch Basin Repairs on Trout Lake Road between Lakeside Drive and Lees Road

Catch Basin Repairs on Trout Lake Road between Lakeside Drive and Lees Road

Please be advised that the speed limit in that area will be reduced to 40 km/hr with traffic being affected periodically.
Portion of Kate Pace Way closed today

Portion of Kate Pace Way closed today

Cyclists and joggers will have to be aware today if they are planning to use the Kate Pace Way. The Kate Pace Way from Decaire Road to Cranberry Road will be closed Friday, October 6 from 7 am to 5 pm due to trail resurfacing and repairs.