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Upgraded entrance will make Bracebridge Sportsplex more ‘welcoming’

Muskoka Landscapers Inc. has been approved for an $85,000 project to upgrade the entrance at the Bracebridge Sportsplex.  Will Crowe, manager of facilities for the town, outlined in his April 2 report to Bracebridge's General Committee, which was later approved by council, Muskoka Landscapers will install new signage, beautify the...

Report recommends recognizing businesses who support Gravenhurst Fire Department

A pair of reports from The Loomex Group detail the risks the Gravenhurst Fire Department may encounter and recommends how they should move forward over the next decade.  Bill Lorimer with the Peterborough, Ont.-based organization presented their findings to Gravenhurst council on April 16.  One of the two reports looked at...

Contractor named for ‘Bay and Beyond’ project in Gravenhurst

Trisan Construction, based in Schomberg, Ont., will handle the three-year "Bay and Beyond" project in Gravenhurst.  The District of Muskoka's Engineering and Public Works Committee approved the contract during its April 17 meeting. The company submitted a bid of $9,933,466.60 to do the work.  The multi-phased project is slated to start in...

Province giving region nearly $200,000 for emergency preparedness 

Four Muskoka communities are getting almost $200,000 from the province to better respond to emergencies.  The money is part of the $5-million Community Emergency Preparedness Grant set aside for small Ontario communities this year:  Lake of Bays: $50,000 to install a propane and transfer switches for its evacuation centres.   Moose...

District declares gender-based and intimate partner violence an epidemic

The District of Muskoka is urging Ontario to do more to support victims of gender-based and intimate partner violence. District council went a step further and declared the issue an epidemic during its April 15 meeting. The idea was brought to council by the Mayor of Bracebridge Rick Maloney and District Coun....

Repair café being held at Knox Presbyterian Church in Bracebridge

A 10-year-old may be able to fix your bicycle or maybe a 95-year-old woman could patch a hole in your favourite sweater.  Knox Presbyterian Church at 120 Taylor Rd. in Bracebridge will be hosting a repair café on Saturday, April 20, just a couple of days before Earth Day the...
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