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   Sep 24

April Wine in Muskoka

Now That’s A Catch, April Wine in Muskoka That is right, April Wine will be performing at the Algonquin Theatre, 37 Main Street West, Huntsville on Friday, September 30th starting at 8PM. The Algonquin Theatre opened its doors to Muskoka officially on May 14, 2005 for a full house of Theatre supporters. The Algonquin Theatre […]

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   Sep 09

Barrie Events vs. Muskoka Events

This past summer I spent a lot of time up in Muskoka, but really have not found any really good events. When I lived in Barrie their always used to be tons of Barrie events advertising all over the place. Why is it that Muskoka does not advertise as much as other places? I bet […]

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   Aug 30

Toronto SEO vs Muskoka SEO

A lot of my family live in Muskoka and I live in Toronto and my aunt just launched her website two m0nths ago and has not really found that the website has helped with traffic and clients which makes her very disappointed. Now I know a lot about SEO, but I only know about Toronto […]

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   Jul 27

Muskoka Business…

My aunt has some sort of business that is located in Bracebridge, Muskoka, Ontario and most summer’s get pretty loaded with work, but lately she just wants to have a summer where she can relax and enjoy the beach while not worrying about her job. I told her my situation here in Toronto and how […]

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   May 19


HISTORY In 1981 Elaine Matthews along with 12 volunteers that were passionate about animals and determined to help abused, abandoned and neglected animals within the Muskoka community began to raise awareness by collecting funds to build a shelter for the creatures. For about four years the team worked restlessly by holding bake sales, setting up […]

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   May 18

Muskoka Heritage Foundation – Plant A Tree

About The Foundation is committed to the history, culture, environment and also the quality of Muskoka. Muskoka is not only known for its miraculous natural artistry, but also its rich heritage. With its outrageous sky-high pine trees, rocky mountain cliffs, crystal clear lakes and sandy beaches; Muskoka is cherished through the summer time by cottagers […]

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   May 17

Muskoka 2010 Air Show

Muskoka 2010 Air Show; Thunder in Little Norway Air Show will thunder through the Muskoka Airport on July seventeenth and eighteenth to celebrate its seventieth anniversary of the Battle of Norway and the Battle of Britain; which were two major battles during the World War Two which actually help turn the tide of the war […]

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   May 14

Muskoka Lover Died At War

Not only was he a son, a brother, a friend and one hell of a character, he was an amazing Canadian soldier that dedicated all he had to fight for our country. Kevin McKay grew up in Horse Shoe Valley, Barrie, Ontario, but his mind was always in the heart of Muskoka. He loved boating, […]

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   May 13

Relay For Life in Muskoka

About the Canadian Cancer Society The Canadian Cancer Society was officially formed in 1938, but the Saskatchewan Medical Association was the first cancer committee in 1929. The committee was to inform residents about the awareness of cancer because by the time people talked with their doctor it was already to late for treatment making the […]

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   May 11

Purina Walk For Dog Guides In Muskoka

ABOUT Purina Walk for Dog Guides is a national event that takes place in over 180 Walks in Canada. The Lion’s Foundation is at its largest single fundraiser all thanks to Nestlé Purina PetCare Canada and also their other national sponsors; especially for making 100% of the funds go directly to a training of a […]

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