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Residents discuss 'better neighbour policy' in east end
Georgian College's better neighbour policy with east-end Barrie residents has met with guarded approval.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 20:13:13



Barrie man suffers severe head wounds during assault
A Barrie man was taken to St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto with severe heads injuries after being assaulted in a Duckworth Street plaza, early Tuesday morning.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 20:13:13



Barrie man charged with sexual exploitation
A Barrie man has been arrested for sexually related offences regarding a young child, Tuesday afternoon. According to Barrie police, officers arrested a man around 4 p.m. regarding an incident that occurred during the weekend.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 20:13:12



Trudeau could save Liberals: Poll
Justin Trudeau would take the Liberals off life-support and make the sad-sack party a contender if he were leader, according to a new poll that also shows the NDP and Conservatives in a dead heat.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 12:10:21



The Great Race motors in to Barrie
The Great Race hit the brakes in Barrie on Monday. More than 100 antique and vintage cars parked Heritage Park during a break from the 2,300 mile international nine-day rally circling the Great Lakes. Residents got the chance to inspect the vehicles.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 12:10:18



Province's energy plan a jolt: LETTER TO THE EDITOR
I am disappointed that our Ontario government did not heed the advice in the Tim Drummond report to end the Clean Energy Benefit subsidy that is costing the province billions of dollars while reducing the incentive for smart energy use.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:51



Trudeau's pretty face and name helping rise to power: LETTER TO THE EDITOR
The decline of politics into sentimentalism and superficiality is not a new phenomenon. The advent of mass media has caused many capable politicians to be discredited on account of personal attributes both irrelevant and beyond their control.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:50



Trying to cope with the rigors of expectation: EXCUSE ME
I have a friend who is in serious trouble. He might get out of it, but I doubt it. It isn't some minor thing like income tax evasion, grand theft auto, or finding one's name on a terrorist hit list, it's far worse than that.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:49



Jazz fest a treat: LETTER OF THE DAY
From June 7-18, we were fortunate to have attended the Barrie Jazz and Blues Festival. This year, we were also able to attend some of the 'Out to Lunch' series at Barrie City Hall. We were amazed at the high calibre of performers, such as Juno winners Hilario Duran, Joe Sealy and Paul Hoffert.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:49





Harper's political ploys aren't fooling anyone: OUR OPINION
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's weekend message that his Conservative government is willing to work with the Parti Quebecois, should it win the next provincial election, is a puzzler.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:48



Colt crowned a King
For Tanner Pearson, there's nothing like a Hollywood ending to his feel-good story. After being passed over in two previous National Hockey League Entry Drafts and capping off his last year of eligibility with a standout effort, Pearson finally got the crowning achievement he was hoping for.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:47



Giving children everywhere a voice
Mackenzie Oliver is making a name for herself in her quest to help youth love themselves. The 12-year-old Barrie girl certainly felt the love from her community through votes to help her give children in crisis a voice.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:46



GO-ing south this summer
The summer train service at GO is a go. The weekend's new train service to Toronto and all points in-between was considered a success by more than 1,000 riders.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:45



Mercy requests sent
Family members who sent letters to a judge to "beg for mercy" when considering the sentencing of a man convicted of murder are not appropriate, a Barrie court heard Monday.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:45



Charges dropped in ANAF fraud case
Charges against an 87-year-old war vet accused of defrauding the Army, Navy & Air Force Club of more than $300,000 were dropped Monday following a brief court session.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:44



Growth fears aired
SPRINGWATER?TWP. -- A spirited group of angry residents demanded answers at the Springwater Township meeting Monday night.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:43



Kinsmen ready for blastoff
Barrie Kinsmen are holding their fifth annual Canada Day Long Weekend Fireworks Fundraiser in the Sears parking lot at Georgian Mall. The sale begins today and runs until Sunday, July 1 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:42



Youths face theft charges
Two boys learned Monday that a five-finger discount is no bargain. Barrie city police were called to a Bayfield Street department store about two young shoplifters just before 8:30 p.m. Store security had spotted the pair selecting items and putting them in their pants' pockets.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:41



Speeding leads to impaired charges
Too much speed in a parking lot led to impaired driving charges against a Barrie man Monday night. City police say tenants of a Wellington Street apartment saw a vehicle leaving their parking lot at a high rate of speed just after 11 p.m.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-26 08:04:41



Scouts Canada did not try to cover up sexual abuse: Report
Scouts Canada falls short in its reporting of sexual misconduct and its screening procedures, but there is no systematic intent to cover up incidents of abuse, according to a report released Monday.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-25 20:06:28



Classic cars pit stop in Barrie
The Great Race has hit the brakes in Barrie today. More than 100 antique and vintage cars are parked at Heritage Park, on the waterfront. More than 1,000 spectators are expected to greet the vehicles as they take a break from the 2,300 mile international rally circling the Great Lakes.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-25 20:06:27



Teenaged murder suspect in bail court
A 17-year-old Alliston girl charged with murder made a brief appearance in bail court on Monday. Wearing handcuffs and dressed in jail-issued blue T-shirt and jeans, the girl sat calmly in the glassed-in prisoner's box with no show of emotion.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-25 20:06:25



Ready to run
Shelley Irwin shows off the shoes she designed that won last year's CIBC Run for the Cure/New Balance shoe decorating challenged. Irwin, a cancer survivor herself, had the shows displayed at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-25 20:06:24



Colts sign 16-year-old Scott
The Barrie Colts have signed their fourth-round pick from the 2011 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. Forward Justin Scott, 16, played last season in Burlington.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-25 20:06:24



Canada grants Russians a look at military bases
The Russians won't be looking to snap pictures of Niagara Falls when their observation flights leave Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ont., on Tuesday under the 20-year-old Treaty on Open Skies.[...]
Newspaper: The Barrie Examiner
Feed: The Barrie Examiner's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-06-25 20:06:23



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