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<b>Adopt Me:</b> Mittens is a pretty kitty

Adopt Me: Mittens is a pretty kitty

She would prefer to be the only kitty in the house so she can get all the attention
Highway 400 collision leaves one dead <b>(update: highway open)</b>

Highway 400 collision leaves one dead (update: highway open)

Police will not release victim's identity
Resident wants no parking zone on her subdivision street

Resident wants no parking zone on her subdivision street

A request to prohibit parking on a portion of a Georgian Meadows street has been deferred for now
<b>CANADA:</b> Marijuana use in young adults more common in those who vape, study says

CANADA: Marijuana use in young adults more common in those who vape, study says

Especially for adolescents aged 12 to 17
Georgian Triangle Music Festival returns to Wasaga Beach

Georgian Triangle Music Festival returns to Wasaga Beach

Featuring over 30 acts, there is a variety of entertainment for music lovers of all ages
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Mainly sunny skies today
<b>CANADA:</b> How big pharma can impact the education of med school students

CANADA: How big pharma can impact the education of med school students

Some students are worried drug literature is too prominent in medical studies
Ask the Nutritionist: What should I eat to help reduce acid reflux?

Ask the Nutritionist: What should I eat to help reduce acid reflux?

In her weekly column, Bradford West Gwillimbury licensed nutritionist, Nonie De Long, outlines the diet and typical supplements used for inflammation of the stomach lining
Garbage trucks will return tomorrow

Garbage trucks will return tomorrow

Your garbage and organics will be collected tomorrow, save recycling for next week
Federal funding unveiled to assist LGBTQ2 seniors in region

Federal funding unveiled to assist LGBTQ2 seniors in region

Plan is to 'come up with strategies that can be used across the country with respect to combating those issues and challenges that LGBTQ2 seniors face,' says minister