Information Orillia is all about community. We want to connect people to the resources and services they need when they need them.

Can you help us connect Orillia and the surrounding area? 

Partner With Us!

Our affiliations include: 

Ontario Volunteer Centre Network

Volunteer Canada

Community Information Online Consortium (CIOC)



Orillia Community Action Network (OCAN)

Fund Our Operation! 

Join our amazing funders and support our community. 

Our current funders: 

City of Orillia

Community Foundation of Orillia and Area

Donate Now! 

As a non-profit organization, Information Orillia raises our operating budget through grants and donations!

These donations allow us to provide low-cost tax services, publications for food resources, helpline numbers, and 1-on-1 system navigation. 

We humbly ask you to consider donating to our cause.

Our Community Partners:

Age-Friendly Orillia Advisory Committee


Camp Couchiching and Camp Couchiching Initiative

Canadian Mental Health Association

City of Orillia

Community Connection Collingwood

Community Reach Midland

CONTACT South Simcoe

Deaf Access Simcoe Muskoka

Empowering Simcoe housing Resource Specialist

Georgian College

Information Barrie

Lakehead University

North Simcoe Victim Services

OCAN Situation Table Members

Ontario 211

Orillia & Area Good Food Box

Orillia Area Community Development Corporation

Orillia Community Gardens

Orillia & District Arts Council

Orillia OPP

Orillia Public Library

Orillia Youth Centre

The Orillia Lighthouse

Patrick Fogarty Secondary School

Salvation Army

The Sharing Place Orillia

Simcoe County Association to End Homelessness (Orillia Chapter)

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Twin Lakes Secondary School

Unity in the Community Members


Land Acknowledgement

Information Orillia serves the City of Orillia and the surrounding townships of Ramara, Severn, and Oro-Medonte, as well as the independent Rama (or Mnjikaning) Reserve occupied by the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, one of the Williams Treaties First Nations. We wish to respectfully acknowledge the long and enduring presence and stewardship of Indigenous peoples in Canada and on our region’s lands. 

Information Orillia is located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg. The Anisinaabeg include the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi nations, collectively known as the Three Fires Confederacy. In acknowledging that we occupy colonized Indigenous territories, we accept our collective responsibility to recognize our colonial histories as well as their present-day manifestations in order to honor, protect, and sustain this land and its peoples.