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Town of The Blue Mountains announces closure of parks

Town of The Blue Mountains announces closure of parks

The facilities will be re-opened under the advice and direction of the public health unit when it is safe and acceptable to do so
Collingwood will use Collus, airport sale money for COVID-19 relief measures

Collingwood will use Collus, airport sale money for COVID-19 relief measures

Council opted to set aside $2.5 million for relief measures, some of which have yet to be determined
Collingwood downtown easter egg hunt cancelled

Collingwood downtown easter egg hunt cancelled

The annual hunt was slated for April 11
Collingwood hospital accepting unopened boxes of PPE

Collingwood hospital accepting unopened boxes of PPE

The hospital is not accepting food donations for physicians or staff at this time
Humane society to continue adoptions, pause events during COVID-19 pandemic

Humane society to continue adoptions, pause events during COVID-19 pandemic

The Animal Centre will remain open on a limited capacity with essential services being offered remotely or through facilitation
COVID-19: Here's the situation in Collingwood today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in Collingwood today

Colourful decorations and words of encouragement adorn local windows in a show of community spirit
Simcoe Muskoka COVID-19 cases jump to 21 today

Simcoe Muskoka COVID-19 cases jump to 21 today

The jump is a 50 per cent increase in a single day for Simcoe Muskoka Region
Collingwood residents put up window messages for encouragement during isolation Photo Gallery

Collingwood residents put up window messages for encouragement during isolation Photo Gallery

Since COVID-19 has people keeping their distance from each other, they're finding other ways to reach out
Public still encouraged to have a say for Grey Highlands' virtual council meetings

Public still encouraged to have a say for Grey Highlands' virtual council meetings

In absence of the traditional open forum portion of municipal council meetings members of the public are being asked to submit their comments and concerns to the clerk or a member of council.
Area company shifts gears to aid in the battle against COVID-19

Area company shifts gears to aid in the battle against COVID-19

For Oro-Medonte's Molded Precision Components, it's a leap of faith that will require hiring 15 more people to make 25 million medical masks for front-line workers