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Health Unit’s Certificates of Inspection have a new look

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit’s Certificates of Inspection are getting a new look.  Tony Makrostergios, manager of the health unit’s food safety, smoke-free, and enforcement program, says unlike before, the new certificates will no longer be personalized, and will include a QR code to access the most recent inspection results.  “The...

‘Muskoka Trek’ raises $3,600 for Tourette Canada

The 16th annual Muskoka Trek for Tourette raised $3,600 for Tourette Canada and brought 35 people to Gull Lake Rotary Park in Gravenhurst.  The assembled walked a five kilometre route around the park.   Shawn Forth with the Muskoka Tourette Syndrome (TS) Resource Unit says over $40,000 has been raised locally since...

Bracebridge signs new long-term land use permit for Bracebridge Resource Management Centre

A new long-term land use permit is ensuring access to outdoor recreation in Bracebridge.  That is according to the province, which says the the new long-term land use permit gives the Town of Bracebridge responsibility for the the Bracebridge Resource Management Centre (BRMC ) lands and authority to undertake activities...

Kilworthy and Narrows roads seeing road rehabilitation work starting Monday

Kilworthy and Narrows Road will see some rehabilitation and resurfacing work done starting Monday. Gravenhurst officials say the work will consist of drainage improvements, culvert replacements, asphalt paving and more. On Kilworthy, the work will be from Highway 11 to just west of Arthur Schulz Road. Another section of the project...

Huntsville man charged after streetfight, having a weapon near school

A 42-year-old from Huntsville is facing charges after police responded to a fight on Susan Street in Huntsville yesterday. According to the OPP, officers got the call of men fighting on the street shortly after noon, with initial reports of one having a weapon. A nearby school was placed on a...

Gravenhurst rolling out plan to support businesses during ‘Bay and Beyond’ project

Heather Fraser, manager of the Muskoka Shipyards, is concerned about how the three-year "Bay and Beyond" infrastructure project will affect businesses at the Muskoka Wharf.  The project is being handled by the District of Muskoka with some support from the Town of Gravenhurst and will see a two-kilometre stretch of...
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