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The new South #Barrie secondary school will not open until September 2018, a Simcoe County District School Board report says.

That means Innisdale Secondary School will get four more portables and see its student population rise to 1,850 in September 2016, said facility services superintendent John Dance.

Innisdale, which had 1,545 students and 19 portables last September, will also see some students from Barrie Central move there, as the oldest school in the region closes in June.
More portables coming to Innisdale Secondary
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What is a syndicated mortgage and is it right for you when it comes to real estate investing?

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Ram Faerber just can't stay off the campaign trail.
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tough competition!

Darth Vader sign in Penetanguishene suggests campaign has crossed to the dark side http://www.simcoe.com/news-story/5803047-darth-vader-sign-in-penetanguishene-suggests-campaign-has-crossed-to-the-dark-side/ via @midlandmirror #ONPOLI  
Election sign for ‘Star Wars’ villain garners widespread attention
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Well, if you bought real estate from me in #Barrie - or own and live here you'd be interested in this! Home prices in Barrie jump 14 per cent 
BARRIE - Detached homes are hot in the city, the Barrie and District Association of Realtors reports.
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How fabulous to wear or own a Zuhair Murad fashion design #Fashion   #Couture  
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Why does he choose to hit her? is the conversation we should be having - not "why does she stay" http://wp.me/p25Ulg-1ld #EndVAW #Barrie
It is a question almost always asked of a woman living in the perils of an abusive relationship. "Why does she stay?" The question not often asked is, "Why does he choose to hit her?" The first que...
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What a lovely article from lovely people! Asking big questions prompts community experiment #Barrie via  @barrieadvance
BARRIE - Asking philosophical, big-life questions in their free time has led three friends into a fascinating social experiment.
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Dating tips for financially savvy women http://fw.to/2Npv3eJ #EmpoweringWomen
The Globe’s Rob Carrick speaks with author Lesley-Anne Scorgie about dating tips for financially astute women
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After my daughter tried on one of your gorgeous designs - just in awe. Truly one of my favourite designers and just stunning collections
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Using Shannon Murree, Realtor and Property Manager with RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc, Brokerage as your online resource for information on Barrie and Area house rentals, Investment Properties, Landlording, Property Management, Community Events, News, tips, house buying, rent to own and more!

If you are:

  • looking for rental homes in Barrie; sublets, vacation rentals,furnished/unfurnished units, or shared accomodation in Barrie

  • re-locating or moving to Barrie

  • a Landlord or Investor considering buying or have bought in Barrie; have a property for rent or want to know about or HOW to rent properties...

...then Barrie Homes and Rentals.com and Investing In Barrie.com are the resource tools and the website for you!

Also, Shannon believes in giving back to her community which is why the support of Prom Blitz Project and the Barrie Women and Children's Centre. 

Shannon Murree is a Speaker and business woman offering various services in real estate from investing to property management consulting.  Shannon firmly believes in Empowering everyone - to take control of their finances, realize potential and how to build own financial independence and create wealth.


Shannon Murree is an "Investor Agent" and Ontario Licensed Realtor® with RE/MAX Chay Realty Brokerage in Barrie. Being Real Estate Investor herself, her determination and drive to help empower and educate make her a valuable asset to show others how to create wealth for themselves and be example to inspire others. 
 
In addition to her business accomplishments, Shannon is proud to be a Community Activist and Philanthropist for Women and Children causes and advocate to help them find their strength and effect individual change.
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Real Estate Investing & Property Management, Philanthropist, Women Empowerment Speaker, SIAC - Saavy Investor Agent Certification, REIN Realtor of the Year 2013, Canadian Real Estate Wealth Realtor of the Year 2013, Spirit Catcher Award Winner 2013,
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Barrie Real Estate, Barrie Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Investments, Barrie Property Managment, Shannon Pearl Murree
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Activist, Realtor, Property Manager and Real Estate Investor, Volunteer Coordinator
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  • Barrie Homes and Rentals
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  • Prudential LeClair & Associates Realty
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  • Royal Solaris Caribe
  • Royal Maeva Hoteles
  • Prom Blitz Project (previously known as Ballroom Blitz)
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RE/MAX Chay Realty Inc, Brokerage152 Bayfield StreetBarrie, ON L4M 4V1
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New Barrie high school opening delayed until 2018
www.simcoe.com

More portables coming to Innisdale Secondary

6 Surprising Ways To Grow Your Investing Business With A Real Estate Agent
blog.reincanada.com

Investing-savvy real estate agents have a wealth of strategies at their fingertips to help investors. Here are 6 ways they can help.

Faerber runs for MP
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Ram Faerber just can't stay off the campaign trail.

Asking big questions prompts community experiment in Barrie
www.simcoe.com

BARRIE - Asking philosophical, big-life questions in their free time has led three friends into a fascinating social experiment.

Darth Vader sign in Penetanguishene suggests campaign has crossed to the...
www.simcoe.com

Election sign for ‘Star Wars’ villain garners widespread attention

Home prices in Barrie jump 14 per cent
www.simcoe.com

BARRIE - Detached homes are hot in the city, the Barrie and District Association of Realtors reports.

U2 Getting Two HBO Specials | News | Pitchfork
pitchfork.com

A behind-the-scenes documentary and a concert film

Toronto Star
www.thestar.com

Victoria is the best place in Canada to be a woman while Kitchener-Waterloo is the worst, says a new survey by Canadian Centre for Policy Al

TCHC tenants owe millions in back rent
www.torontosun.com

He’s known within Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) as The $65,000 Man.

Human trafficking 'happening everywhere'
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

As it becomes increasingly clear human trafficking isn't just a “city problem,” a leading expert from Lakehead University is organizing an e

Barrie man wins $1M Lotto Max prize
www.simcoe.com

BARRIE - UPDATED: Daniel Wilcox of Barrie is celebrating after winning a $1 million Maxmillions prize in the May 29 Lotto Max draw.

New waterfront plan surfaces
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

Just in time for summer comes Barrie's latest waterfront and marina strategic plan.

Second suites approved
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

City council gave final approval Monday to a new policy to change Barrie's Official Plan (OP) and zoning bylaw to allow second suites, or ad

Roadwork pain means gain: official
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

The highway to hell was probably paved with good intentions.

New HomeSense gives back
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

HomeSense celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Barrie, Thursday morning.

Ontario hikes beer, tax, will sell Hydro One
www.simcoe.com

Report looking at booze retail, possible asset sales in Ontario released today

When Trouble Calls: Police kept busy when intimacy turns ugly
www.therecord.com

It’s a pressure-cooker situation that front-line police officers face every day — a domestic dispute.

Clearing begins at mobile homes park
www.thebarrieexaminer.com

It's not only the human residents who will be uprooted this summer when the Burton Avenue Mobile Homes Park closes.

DO NOT GO HERE UNLESS YOU LIKE BEING HARASSED AND TREATED AS AN UNIMPORTANT CUSTOMER. The owners clearly do not like what they do and it shows by actions and reactions. Rarely will give negative feedback such as this and usually try to find positive spin in something. Not able to do so this time and thankfully our family was the best part. The sense of entitlement and rude "staff" - absolutely unacceptable and deplorable. We camp a lot and would never go here again and well connected people to ensure others know never to spend their hard earned money here. 1 is being generous as can't give a zero. Hmm..where shall I start? Knew from the phone it would be a mistake - and second was showing up at rude front desk treatment - three- given another site we didn't reserve when we had it in email what we wanted and it was available. No staff there know anything about friendly customer service. "do what you love and love what you do" and this will resonate to your customers as the passion will shine through. It was apparent to us and all the owners are not following this guideline and one of the most rude experiences we have ever met. We did our best to overlook things and just enjoy our time but the energy right from the start of booking and setting up was just off. Not getting the site initially we reserved - and had confirmation of via email to a myriad of other things. This post is ONLY to share as many others in the campground felt and said the very same thing. Perhaps owners should 1) hire business coach 2) hire a friendly manager so they don't have to deal with people or 3) sell it and get out as they seem miserable and lack any professionalism or friendliness at all - and filtered down to whomever they had "helping" and keeping eyes (no exaggeration) on people. Enjoyment of guests infringed on and we're basically told "don't like it - leave". Uh...ok. We were a family in a trailer. Clean, respectable and professionals. Just wanted some quality family time and not the rowdy people/college people at the waterfront who took over and not family-friendly at all. Here are just a few comments of our experience and then we're moving on: Don't park your trailer anything but head pointing same direction as all the other trailers and heaven forbid you park trailer on an angle. Owners not friendly at all, some guy from another trailer puts on a vest, hops on atv - rides onto your campsite at night while spending time with family around fireplace and infringes on our peaceful enjoyment. Safety: my who puts an electrical outlet under a water tap at post? Not 30 amp - 20 given and couldn't run AC - told to "suck it up" and if something blown we'd be charged <??> huh? No pumping station as indicated Calls himself security and not clear how standing on customers campsite lots and leering at them while prepping dinner can be a security concern. Lack any customer service or kindness at all and unfortunate as a beautiful spot. They don't care about repeat business as many other campers who had been there for years said would never come back because of combative nature. Recycling and garbage process ridiculous as they go through your garbage. FIREWOOD, that you're required to buy there, is wet and doesn't burn, won't allow you to chop it up and confiscate your axe if you bring one to do so. If don't like your business -sell it or hire friendly staff to manage and focus on repeat clients as those that had been there said would not come back. Gave a 1 because the place was otherwise nice and had potential and couldn't score a zero. It is really very unfortunate and posting in hopes of saving anyone else the aggravation.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
1 star is being generous. Absolutely horrible service and I would never go back there again unless the brunette lady was serving us. When we were finally met after 5 1/2 minutes of waiting at the "please be seated sign" and an empty restaurant (I timed it - no exaggeration); with no apology after we watched her sitting around corner talking and gossiping with another staff member. We asked if we could sit outside on patio since it was semi-sunny and told flatly "no, we get too busy" but looked around and didn't argue so sat down.<br> As we ordered, certain items were not available and told "no, we don't got none" so made arrangements for other things. We are guests here for the week and had been day before. I wanted to try what my husband had the day before which was the apple pie one. When it arrived, the presentation was absolutely horrible - soggy, hardly any filling, water or something all on my plate and my gluten free crepe just sitting in it. Also no ice cream and I asked politely what happened and if that was coming. Told this is how it's supposed to be when I knew from day before it wasn't and menu discloses it's inclusions. Quality control was deplorable and lacked any professionalism whatsoever. I asked if the cookie served on my plate was gluten free to be told "I don't know - I see other people eating it". I have an allergy and cannot eat it...thanks for caring. My daughter didn't like the iced tea and the caesar salad lacked flavour and dressing. Very disappointed from time day before and because of this, will not ever go back and my review. Owner needs to know there is no consistency and about this staff member. It's very unfortunate and very disappointed this person ruined our experience by lack of professionalism, caring, service and quality control. I have no problem paying for something but do expect prompt, courteous and professional service and quality food. Agree with another poster about inconsistent food because that's what you get. However, the factor of same server, whether she's manager or whoever the dirty blonde lady was - no class in service and horrible grammar skills. Just made our experience horrible and her lack of caring is why we have no intention of going back and and butt of our family jokes. We also warn others going in the area.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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