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U.S. states allowed to ban abortions after Supreme Court decision

The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe vs Wade making way for states to ban abortions The move overturns constitutional protections that had been in place for nearly fifty years. It's expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half of the states in the U.S. The initial decision to review the...

Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary expanding to house more small animals

Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is expanding its facilities to accommodate more animals. Shovels went into the ground this month for the construction of a new, 768-square-foot building that can be used as a nursery year-round. “Last year alone, we had over 103 unique, different species be admitted into the facility. And...

West Parry Sound now at “High” Fire Danger rating

The West Pary Sound region’s Fire Danger rating just went up to high.  Gord Harrison, West Parry Sound’s Fire Coordinator says the region had a lot of dry weather lately, which combined with winds always increases the fire danger rating. “For most of us, we don't issue fire permits anymore...

Funding approved for next phase of Bill Davis education centre

Next steps are being taken towards an education centre honouring the late Bill Davis. The District of Muskoka’s Finance and Corporate Services (FCS) committee greenlit $50,000 for the next phase of consultation at its meeting on Wednesday. It follows a further $50,000 thumbs-upped by Georgian Bay Council at its meeting...

Officials looking for thoughts on the new Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport and Business Park

The public is being asked to weigh in on the planning for the new Parry Sound Area Municipal Airport and Business Park. Leading the survey project is external consultant, Karen Wianecki, Director of Practice at Planning Solutions Inc. The township set up a questionnaire page on their website, which also keeps...

School bus light upgrades on the way

Long-awaited legislation upgrading school-bus lights kicks in Ontario-wide on July 1st. Bill 246, Safer School Buses, will mandate the eight-lamp amber-red warning system for all school buses in the province. Chuck Seguin, Nipissing-Parry Sound Student Transportation Services’ Executive Director, says the new legislation has been a long time coming, adding...
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