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OK, the global stock market rout is hardly fresh news. The stories have been fodder for front page news this week, and boy, are investors nervous! If

The Royal Canadian Legion Stayner Branch 457 donated $7,500 from the poppy fund to the Wasaga Fire Department for the purchase of two defibrillators. On hand for the presentation was, from left, Wasaga Fire Chief Michael McWilliam, Celine Blakely, Laura Ewing and Mayor Brian Smith.

Planner and clerk released

WASAGA BEACH - There was one less staff member present at Tuesday night's Wasaga Beach council meeting without clerk Twyla Nicholson.

J.T. McVeigh Photo Friends console the occupant of a small home on Eastdale Drive in Wasaga Beach after an early morning caused about $100,000 damage. A woman and her three dogs were out of the home the time of the fire. Wasaga Fire Department reports one patient was treated for minor injuries and released.

Fire damages Wasaga Beach home

(STAFF )- A woman and her three dogs are looking for a place to stay after Wasaga Beach Fire was called to a fire on Eastdale Drive early this morning

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