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'Dangerously hot and humid' conditions expected: Environment Canada

'Dangerously hot and humid' conditions expected: Environment Canada

Daytime highs are expected to be 30 to 35 degrees Celsius with humidex values of 40 to 45. There will be little relief through the overnight as lows are expected to be 20 to 23 degrees Celsius with humidex values of 26 to 30, Environment Canada says
Local town poised to implement tax on hotels, short-term rentals

Local town poised to implement tax on hotels, short-term rentals

Visitors could pay an extra four per cent for stays starting in 2025, with the municipality saying funds will help pay for events
Good morning, Innisfil!

Good morning, Innisfil!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Little guys, gals with 'bad rap' get some love in local downtown

Little guys, gals with 'bad rap' get some love in local downtown

Thanks to local resident Julien Sepke, bat boxes now adorn a number of businesses in Midland to aid the helpful creatures displaced by construction and under threat
LCBO workers set to strike; union seeks changes to corner store booze plan

LCBO workers set to strike; union seeks changes to corner store booze plan

Union leaders warned of a 'hot, dry summer' ahead if a deal isn't reached by July 5
UPDATE: Environment Canada ends severe thunderstorm warning

UPDATE: Environment Canada ends severe thunderstorm warning

Meteorologists were tracking a storm capable of producing strong wind gusts, up to nickel size hail and heavy rain
'Incredible generosity': Innisfil mayor's golf tourney raises $100K

'Incredible generosity': Innisfil mayor's golf tourney raises $100K

Annual event returned to The Nest at Friday Harbour June 17, raising more than $100,000 for the Innisfil Community Foundation
Vehicle fire cause of Hwy. 400 southbound lane closures in King

Vehicle fire cause of Hwy. 400 southbound lane closures in King

The southbound lanes were briefly shut down today as the fire was extinguished, vehicle towed, and site cleaned up
COLUMN: When it comes to mating, bigger may not be better

COLUMN: When it comes to mating, bigger may not be better

When it comes to reproduction in the local forests and streams, all may not be what it appears to be, says columnist
Opioid deaths in Ontario shelters more than tripled during pandemic, study finds

Opioid deaths in Ontario shelters more than tripled during pandemic, study finds

Data from the Ontario coroner's office and other sources indicates opioid-related deaths in the province's shelters jumped during the COVID-19 pandemic, when compared with a few years prior