Clr Aylwin blames city’s low tax approach for funding crunch to implement important climate recommendations
Active Transportation & Sustainability Committee does not have budget and is not eligible for big grants like $300,000 sport and rec grant
Homelessness, not a choice or personal failing, can be caused by even missing a week’s work, expert says
Sarah Tilley of Gilbert Centre talks about homelessness problem in Barrie and what services her organization offers.
Ash Wolf, homeless mother of three, is unable to get her life and children back due to not having a home.
Taylor Rice was the organizer of the rally that began at Town Hall on Collier st and ended at Meridian Place on Simcoe street, followed by speeches.
City’s three year long dispute with resident to clean up property possibly headed to Superior Court of Justice
Property Standard Committee sided with the city’s decision to clean up the property and send bill to the occupant
Game Changer – Mother’s passion to teach daughter baseball grows into Canada’s biggest girl baseball academy
From the modest beginnings in 2016 to teach her daughter, Canadian Girls Baseball now has 25 locations in six provinces.
Barrie's Opioid Crisis
Barrie’s discussion about a downtown Supervised Consumption Site has stretched on for years.
City Council’s multiple motions to wait on the decision of where to put a SCS site stretched from 2019 into 2020, with the pandemic causing a halt to the decision making process entirely.