Shots of tequila aren't just good for kicking the party up a notch. New research suggests tequila can also help boost bone health.
Hyppolite Brissette was a massive, muscular man with long hair and a flowing beard, covered from his feet to his face with tattoos, which are believed to have been a record of his many travels. A Métis, he roamed much of North America, from Quebec to the Pacific.
In the late 19th century, newspapers around Simcoe County published series in their papers, giving local pioneers a space to write about their experiences in the early days of settlement.Rev. Thomas Williams was probably the most prolific contributor, mostly to the Orillia Packet (before it merged with the Orillia Times). The Packet and the Barrie
The Chicora was a sleek-looking passenger steamer that served on all of the Great Lakes at some point in its long history.
Popular woman's magazine Cosmopolitan was blasted by an angry Twitter mob this week after it tweeted out a controversial weight loss article.
When the charcoal face mask trend took off, thousands of videos were posted all over social media of people hilariously peeling off the thick tar-like goop from their t-zones.
David Mitchell - one of the first settlers in northern Simcoe County - took a circuitous route from his birthplace in Scotland before winding up in Huronia.
There's no plaque and nothing fancy at John Montgomery's grave in Barrie's Union Cemetery. Even so, he's possibly the most famous tavern keeper in Canada.
The counties of Simcoe and Grey partnered to host a unique and highly successful Business to Retail Networking Event last week at the Beaver Valley Community Centre in Thornbury.