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Shared: Could shared accommodations ease Midland’s affordable housing needs?

A group of Midland residents has an idea that could address the town’s affordable housing shortfall. Gord McKay and David Jeffery, two members of the North Simcoe Housing Working Group, pitched a plan to council to promote the creation of shared accommodation housing. “We… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Could shared accommodations ease Midland’s affordable housing […]

Shared: ‘Restrictive’ official plan has Midland residents perturbed

The natural heritage system designations outlined in the latest draft of the official plan has agitated Midland residents. A handful of property owners spoke out during an April 16 public meeting, calling the new system restrictive, excessive and an infringement on property… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: ‘Restrictive’ official plan has Midland residents perturbed (47) Share […]

Shared: Police seek assistance in locating missing Midland man

Police are attempting to locate a man who went missing from the Midland area. The Southern Georgian Bay detachment of the OPP is looking for Steven William Wilkins. Police say the 59 year old had been living in Midland recently and was last observed at a store on County Road… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Police […]

Shared: Midland community health centre receives official accreditation

The Chigamik Community Health Centre was awarded another four-year accreditation from the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA). “Our stakeholders can be assured that we have undergone an extensive internal and external review process that measures our practices against sector… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Midland community health centre receives official accreditation (6) Share With Your Friends […]

Shared: Penetanguishene jail officers constantly assaulted by inmates, union says

The Institution Crisis Intervention Team was deployed to deal with these inmates who were refusing staff direction and attempting to incite others. Assaults at CNCC and other jails across the province are happening regularly and have union officials once again calling for increased… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Penetanguishene jail officers constantly assaulted by inmates, union […]

Shared: New Midland health hub hoping for late-2019 opening

Although it appears work on the Chigamik Waypoint Community Health Hub has stalled, there is a lot being done behind the scenes. With the exterior of the new health centre on Lakeshore Drive complete, officials involved in the project have turned their attention to the interior…. Read Full Simcoe.com Story: New Midland health hub hoping […]

Shared: Midland’s Métis Fish Market sells Georgian Bay fish year-round

 Even if you are a fisherman, you know it’s not easy to get locally caught fish year-round. But the Métis Fish Market in Midland is connecting commercial fishermen on Georgian Bay to the retail outlet. “I named it the Métis Fish Market because I’m a proud Métis,”… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Midland’s Métis Fish Market […]

Shared: Icebreaker aims to return to Midland on Thursday

The Canadian Coast Guard is hoping the fourth time is the charm. The Pierre Radisson icebreaker will once again be attempting to break up the ice in the Midland harbour. It is expected to return to Georgian Bay on April 18, depending on weather conditions. Exceptionally large… Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Icebreaker aims to return […]

Shared: Penetanguishene joining Canadian municipalities in reducing emissions

The Town of Penetanguishene is poised to take action on reducing greenhouse gases. The Penetanguishene Climate Change Action Plan was presented to the committee of the whole on April 10 that would see the town reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from residences and corporations. … Read Full Simcoe.com Story: Penetanguishene joining Canadian municipalities in reducing emissions (10) […]