A code of conduct complaint filed against Barrie Coun. Rose Romita will not be investigated by the city's integrity commissioner, the Examiner has determined.
Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner
Pottery and chipped stone tool fragments dating back as far as 700 years, 19th century Euro-Canadian artifacts associated with the property's railway use.
Ariana Nicholson is the winner of the 2017 Mayor's Christmas Card Contest, and was honoured at Monday's city council meeting by Mayor Jeff Lehman.
Ontario college students are back in class Tuesday after a five-week faculty strike was ended Sunday by back-to-work legislation.
Ontario college semesters have been extended in December and now stretch into January, to make up for class time lost during the five-week faculty strike.
Ontario college students should be in class Tuesday after a five-week faculty strike was ended Sunday by back-to-work legislation.
MPPs will debate back-to-work legislation this weekend to end a strike by college faculty.
As winter approaches, that pile of snow left at the bottom of your driveway by city plows is all yours to clear.
The Barrie city police review of its unfounded sexual assaults led to eight cases being re-opened for investigation, but no charges being laid.
A new information window has opened to Barrie residents.
Letting the grass grow long, the weeds grow high or garbage pile up on Barrie properties just got tougher for owners.
Opposition has largely been zapped to Tesla’s plans for electric car chargers in Barrie.
Hooking up with a car-maker for more electric charging stations in Barrie is a road councillors will again consider Monday.
South-Barrie will be more than thousands of houses, townhomes, stores and businesses when its future finally rolls out. Much more.
A formal compliant has been filed against Barrie Coun. Rose Romita relating to city council's code of conduct.
An investigation is not a decision.
Barrie high school students are searching for family connections to a First World War medal found in a city rooming house more than a decade ago.
A deadly chain reaction crash involving two fuel tankers, three transport trucks and nine other vehicles late Tuesday on Highway 400, south of Barrie, cost three people their lives, say OPP.
Plans for more electric car charging stations in Barrie haven't been unplugged, just dimmed down a little.
Tuesday night's fiery, fatal crash on Highway 400 was foreshadowed by OPP highlighting the dangerous nature of crashes involving commercial transport trucks just last week.