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Culture, Parks, and Recreation Community Survey open

The Town of Pary Sound wants to know what you think our parks, facilities, and services need the most. The town launched its Culture, Parks, and Recreation Community Survey this week. Parry Sound is working with the MGA Group on the 2022 - 2032 Culture, Parks & Recreation Master Plan....

Hunting season underway: OPP

Hunting season is now underway, and police are reminding residents that some gunshots are okay. Along with hunting, police say target shooting and skeet shooting are also lawful activities, and discharging firearms are no cause for alarm, provided it’s done in a safe manner. If you’re going into areas where people...

Local student face of Terry Fox School Runs nationwide

Eva Johnston has had a busy couple of weeks. The nine-year-old Huntsville resident has been hard at work with her family, canvassing for donations to the Terry Fox Foundation. It’s a cause close to Eva’s heart– when she was three years old, she was diagnosed with leukemia and underwent two...

NBPSDHU’s Parry Sound office closed until further notice

The local health unit’s Parry Sound office is closed because of water damage.  In a release sent Tuesday morning, the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit says its working with the Parry Sound Mall to resolve the issue and is contacting clients to reschedule any appointments that have been...

Thousands celebrate the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II in Ottawa

It was as if the late Queen Elizabeth II was smiling down upon the Nation’s Capital. If the weather forecast was to be believed, it was almost certain that it would be raining non stop during the National Commemorative Ceremony for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. However, as the morning...

Stealing, damaging municipal election signs is illegal: OPP

With the municipal election underway, the OPP is reminding residents that damaging or stealing election signs is a criminal offence. It comes after the Almaguin Highlands Detachment investigated several incidents of election signs being stolen or damaged in the area. Officials remind that damaging signs is a criminal mischief charge, while...
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