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“Team Muskoka” working to return Muskoka’s northern status

Nearly two decades ago, the provincial government decided to remove Muskoka from the north. Now area officials believe it’s time to be reinstated. Muskoka's six mayors, its district chair, and MPP were involved in a meeting with Greg Rickford, the Minister of Northern Development, in hopes of rejoining Northern Ontario....

UPDATE: Missing woman from Huntsville area found by police

UPDATE, 01/30: Provincial police say they have found the missing 35-year-old woman from the Huntsville area. "The OPP would like to thank anyone who shared the appeal for assistance or provided any information," they tweeted. ORIGINAL STORY: Huntsville OPP is looking for a missing 35-year-old from the Huntsville area. According to police,...

Area climate groups meet with MPP Smith

Local climate groups got a long awaited meeting with Parry Sound-Muskoka MPP Graydon Smith. The Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry sat down with representatives of Climate Action Muskoka, Almaguin Climate Action, and Climate Action Parry Sound earlier this month, to discuss Bill 23. The groups had previously attempted to...

South Muskoka Salvation Army Pastor travelling to Jamacia

Lt. Brandon Keeping with the Salvation Army South Muskoka Ministries is travelling to Kingston, Jamaica to support the organization's branch in the region. He explains 20 members of the Salvation Army in Ontario are going. "We'll be doing some renovations, some roof work, painting, replacing some windows at a children's...

Kyle Nelson fundraising for Alzheimer’s this weekend

Kyle “The Monster” Nelson is raising money at home for a cause close to his heart. The Huntsville UFC fighter will be teaching Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at his gym– alongside coach Bill Quinn– on Saturday to raise money for the Alzheimer Society of Muskoka. “It’s just a jiu-jitsu seminar, a martial arts...

First annual Bracebridge Library Chili Fest satisfies hungry bellies

The Bracebridge Library's first Chili Fest was so successful they have decided to make it an annual event. "It was jam-packed," says Ashleigh Whipp, the library's community engagement coordinator. She says 212 people attended on Jan. 21, including six competing restaurants. Kitchen's Buttertarts took home bragging rights and a shiny trophy....
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