Social distance race raised money for hospital equipment

Whether you are a long-time runner or new to the sport, you’ll likely be aware of a trend that has taken off in the last few years in the running community. Imagine a 5K or 10k race with no crowds, no parking problems, no DJ revving up the runners and no long cues at...

How to reduce vehicle maintenance costs

Owning a vehicle is costly and the value of most vehicles depreciates over time. Nevertheless, maintaining your vehicle makes sense from an economic point of view because it can mean better gas mileage and fetch you a better price when you sell it. Also,...

Porch prom pictures

Over the course of two weekends several grade eight students and high school seniors were given the opportunity to have their photo taken by a professional photographer to celebrate the momentous occasion of graduation! De Palma & Associate Legal Services,...

Share the Road – We’re on it together

Same Roads ~ Same Rules ~ Same Rights The Southern Georgian Bay area boasts a vast array of natural attractions that make it a wonderful place in which to live, visit and explore.  What better way to enjoy the natural beauty of the area than by bike. Both on-road and...

CCI drive by graduation

The teachers and graduating students at Collingwood Collegiate Institute experienced a historic graduation on June 25th. Graduating students were each given a selected time to arrive by vehicle. Upon arrival, the grad exited the vehicle like a movie star and walked...

Cancer Chat

Hey Georgian Life readers, over the past year of Cancer Chat I have been asked frequently about advances in cancer research leading to new treatments.  Recently,  Amgen and Mirati Therapeutics reported early clinical data of first-in-class molecules displaying...

Look what’s in store

During an extremely busy time working through a pandemic, Wasaga Beach Foodland underwent a major transformation, both inside and outside the store. Owners, Mike and Sherri Dopp, hosted a Grand Re-opening on June 25th. Store employees and Foodland executives lined up...

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!

There is nothing more appealing than treating your family or friends to a cold, refreshing ice cream.  Whether it’s a hand-scooped waffle cone, a chocolate-dipped swirl, a cup of creamy gelato, a messy banana split sundae, for many people it improves their mood....

Grant helps improve sports fisheries in Georgian Bay

Cabela’s Canada Outdoor Fund donated a grant of $20,000 to support the first year of the Nottawasaga River Restoration Program (NRRP). The goal of the program is to help restore the Upper Nottawasaga River and Sheldon Creek near Alliston, Ontario. The project will...

Ted Yoannou: In Your Corner

The second half of 2020 – What could go wrong? Ok, be honest. Back on January 1st when we were making our annual predictions regarding the upcoming 2020 year, how many of you had “global pandemic shuts down the world” and “massive protests rage...

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