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What’s happening this week for OrilliaMatters+ members:

Earlier this week, we offered the fantastic price of a trip for two from Flair Airlines to any of their destinations! Congratulations to Brian D., who will be packing up and flying with Flair in the months to come. If you missed our live webinar with Flair Air’s CFO, Garth Lund, check out the replay in our Inside the Village section of your +member homepage.

This week we also launched another great giveaway! +Members can enter for a chance to win $1,000 to help pay some of your holiday bills. Be sure to answer the poll question to get additional entry. +Members can enter every day, the contest ends on January 31 at 11:59 p.m.

Be sure to check your member home page often to take advantage of new content that is posted regularly. This month, listen as we sit down with senior reporter David Helwig for a three-part series to discuss what happened at Algoma Public Health in 2015.

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And if you missed it, here’s what happened last week:

Raymond Bowe brought us a column on how the Christmas holidays usher in the ceremonial loosening of the belt.

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