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John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: funky tree
Like a giant anaconda, this maple tree squeezes this old bicycle wheel as though it were prey. This oddity sits on a large front lawn at the T-intersection of Spooky Hollow Road and Front Road in the village of Normandale.
Bob Vrbanac photo
The legacy continues
Gone but not forgotten. That’s a sentiment shared by the former staff and students of St. Jerome’s High School since it closed its doors 25 years ago.
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Inquiry into Mayfair demo denied "I can't believe this is still dragging on. The building was unsafe and 3 separate reports said the same thing UNSAFE. Remember please this was no longer the "Mayfair" it was CJ's lounge, one of the dumpiest,seediest dives. It really didn't have "
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Hey council: It’s time to get it together people "Thanks for the article. I agree with you 100%. I hope you have it emailed to each councilor."
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Walk the talk in Doon Village
July 11, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., the Society for the Preservation of Upper Doon (SPUD) is holding a Front Yard Talk.
Paul Barrie photo
From the hip
Tragically Hip singer, Gord Downie, performs at the Aud as The Tragically Hip continued their Fully and Completely North American tour on Monday night.
Submitted photo
Musical memories of Berlin
It’s been 14 years since musician David Waldner left the city to pursue a career in London, England.
Melissa Murray photo
360 bottles of beer on the wall
There’s 360 bottles of beer on the wall at the Waterloo Region Museum, as it opens its beer exhibit this Friday.
The healing power of horses
They are both symbols of freedom in their own right — Canadian veterans and the wild horses that roam the west.
Laurie Snell photo
The fault is our own
Use it or lose it — perhaps it comes down to that pedestrian adage. If you want restaurants in your downtown or your neighbourhood, you have to use them — or you lose them.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: Wheels and Tracks in Motion
Last fall I attended the Last Blast steam show held on the 327-acre property of the Simcoe County Museum near Barrie. This is home to the Historical Construction Equipment Association of Canada who sponsors a show twice a year.
Neighbours Day launches Saturday
The city’s first ever Neighbours Day takes place this Saturday, June 13, at various locations across the city.
Rhonda Guenther photo
Euchred by love
He is the bower to her queen of hearts, making it easy for Caitlin Dunseith and Ed Luu Van Hiem to fall in love.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: Mastodon
Deanna Bullard, education co-ordinator at the Chatham-Kent Museum, shows off the lower jaw bone of a North American Mastodon. This bone was found in 1885 when a farmer was working his land in Howard Township. It was donated to the museum in 1954, but is not always on display.
Andrew Coppolino photo
La yapa: Opa!
Get your “Opa” on this weekend.
Paul Barrie photo
Getting into the Krall space
Canadian jazz singer Diana Krall performed at Centre in the Square last week in support of her new album, Wallflower.
Paul Barrie photo
Passing the sobriety test
Laurie Snell photo
A political education
Ethan McCready-Branch’s 14th birthday was anything but ordinary — especially since it kicked off his five-week term as a page at Queen’s Park.
John De Boer photo
De Boer’s treasures: Erb Transport
Erb Transport founder Vernon Erb stands with his 1956 International Dump Truck, the model he used to start his one-man business. He began by hauling gravel in 1959 and a few years later purchased an egg trucking business. Then in 1965, he bought his first reefer, the start of his refrigerated fleet.
Bob Vrbanac photo
Ending on a high note
Local choir king Alfred Kunz said he isn’t ready to retire — he’s too busy to do that.
 
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