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16-year-old singer chosen as Huntsville’s most talented

Community Living Huntsville raised over $35,000 through its second annual Huntsville's Got Talent competition.  It was held at the Algonquin Theatre on Saturday.  Isla-Maria Corbeil, 16, was chosen as the winner performing her original song "Bodee" in the finals. She competed against another teenager, Christine Robitaille, and 10-year-old Sadie Laurence.  "It is...

‘Quite some time’ until hospital redevelopment decision will be made

Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare’s (MAHC) president and chief executive officer says a proposal for its hospital redevelopment program will not be approved “for quite some time.”  In a statement on Friday, Cheryl Harrison, says no plan will be approved at the Board of Directors' March meeting, reiterating MAHC's commitment to listening...

$15.7 million wastewater treatment plant expansion approved by district

North America Construction (NAC) has been chosen to handle upgrading the Golden Pheasant Wastewater Treatment Plant in Huntsville.  District of Muskoka council approved the Morriston, Ont. company to do the work during its Feb. 20 meeting.  According to a report by Michael Currie, director of water and wastewater services, Golden Pheasant...

Walk-in only X-ray services resume at Muskoka’s hospitals

Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) says walk-in-only service for outpatient general X-ray services has resumed at its hospitals in Bracebridge and Huntsville. Cheryl Harrison, president and chief executive officer for MAHC, says resuming the walk-in practice after nearly four years is great news. “We are pleased to resume walk-in-only X-ray services, and...

Muskoka Wharf set to host giant pond hockey tournament

Nearly 100 pond hockey teams from across North America are set to converge in Gravenhurst for the 18th annual North American Cup.  Rob Carleton, president of On the Pond! Canada, says there will be teams from Cottage Country competing in four on four games against ones from Calgary, Vancouver, Boston,...

District preparing to recruit residents for police oversight boards

Ahead of an April 1 deadline, the District of Muskoka is preparing to recruit community members to Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Detachment Boards.  The beginning of April is when the Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019, comes into effect. It replaces the previous version and, according to Ontario's website, "is...
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