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Childbirth care included for future South Muskoka Memorial Hospital

Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) announced changes to its proposed hospital redevelopment plan Monday evening.  There will be 36 inpatient beds at the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital in Bracebridge, including four beds designated for its intensive care unit as part of MAHC’s “Made-in-Muskoka healthcare system” proposal.  As part of those 36 beds,...

Fire department raising awareness about lithium batteries 

Fire officials are reminding residents about the dangers of lithium-ion batteries.  According to the Huntsville Lake of Bays Fire Department, improperly stored or damaged batteries can catch fire, which can quickly get out of control.  In a video posted to the department’s YouTube channel, Deputy Fire Chief Paul Calleja says a...

Group protests in front of ‘fossil fool’ bank in Huntsville

Kim Delegran thinks the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is a "fossil fool."  "RBC is number one in the world for helping create more oil availability, more oil burning, and causing more climate chaos," he said while protesting in front of RBC's branch in downtown Huntsville.  Delegran was one of close to...

Baysville Curling and Bocce Club looking to become more accessible

Ed Mathany, president of the Baysville Curling and Bocce Club, hopes a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation will allow them to open their club to more people. "Our goal is to be more accessible for the community," he said during an announcement over the weekend at 10 Carol St....

Health unit warns to protect vision during eclipse 

Ahead of Monday’s total solar eclipse, our health unit is reminding residents to protect their vision.  The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit warns that looking directly at the sun, even during a total eclipse, can cause serious and permanent damage to your eyes. That includes looking through normal sunglasses, telescopes,...

Police need help identifying person involved in 2015 incident

A sketch has been released by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in hopes of identifying a person they say was involved in a July 2015 sexual assault in Huntsville.  Provincial Const. Samantha Bigley says the victim came forward in Oct. 2023 and described the suspect.  The Muskoka Crime Unit is leading...
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