Giving thanks… the Collingwood way

This year has had more than its share of extraordinary challenges and very trying times as we do our best to safely manage our day-to-day lives during a global pandemic and yet we still have so much to be thankful for. Perhaps more than ever we look forward to...

Thank you to recent Hospital Heroes!

When the COVID-19 lockdown hit our area in the spring, members of the Mad River Golf Club, led by Teri Yamada, joined together to make a specific donation to the Collingwood Hospital. To focus their fundraising efforts, Teri asked the Foundation which piece of...

Lining the streets with heroes

Now in it’s third year, the annual partnership between the Collingwood Downtown Business Improvement Area (BIA) and the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 63, is continuing in 2020. The banners, which are sponsored by veterans’ families, resident’s and businesses, are...

Outstanding volunteers honoured by Mayor

The Order of Collingwood Awards is traditionally presented at the Mayor’s Annual New Year’s Levee. But due to the ongoing pandemic restrictions, a virtual levee and awards presentation was held on January 3rd and streamed on the town of Collingwoood’s YouTube channel...

Remembering them

The Town of Wasaga Beach, in concert with area Legions, hosted a Covid safe Remembrance Day service at the Town Cenotaph on Saturday, November 8th, on a beautiful and warm day. The service honoured the military men and women who have kept our country safe. It was also...

Santa Claus drive-thru

Families were able to enjoy stationary holiday floats throughout Creemore on December 5th. People in cars and on foot enjoyed creative and colourful Christmas-themed displays as they strolled by. Families also had fun visiting Santa from afar at the Creemore Log...

The spirit of Christmas was alive and bright in downtown Collingwood

While difficult, with all the restrictions in place during a pandemic, the Collingwood Downtown BIA did an amazing job of enhancing the downtown and spreading Christmas cheer throughout the core of the community. Starting the evening of December 4th, the streets were...

Remembrance Day Wasaga Beach

The Town of Wasaga Beach, in concert with area Legions, hosted a Remembrance Day Service at the Town Cenotaph on a beautiful and warm November 8 day. The Service honoured the military men and women who have kept our country safe. It was also the launch by...

Downtown Collingwood sparkles with the Christmas spirit!

Holiday magic is in the air! And, there is nothing quite like fairy lights on winter nights! While sadly we will not enjoy the traditional Santa Claus Parade this year, have no fear, the spirit of Christmas is alive and well in downtown Collingwood. Thanks to the...

Santa Paws supports the GTHS!

The wonderful team at the Blue Mountain Village Association invited guests and their furry kids to come to the mountain on December 6th to fill up their train with donations for the Georgian Triangle Humane Society and join in a masked and physically distanced Pupper...

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