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Elder abuse a serious, growing problem, say OPP

Elder abuse a serious, growing problem, say OPP

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is Monday. Here's what you need to know
Oh deer! For wildlife's sake, you need to pay attention on the roads

Oh deer! For wildlife's sake, you need to pay attention on the roads

As a driver, you should assume that if you see an animal, it's going to run in front of your vehicle, warns outdoors columnist
Entrepreneur wants to create more direct link in 'fragile' food supply chain

Entrepreneur wants to create more direct link in 'fragile' food supply chain

'It is critical that decisions made now ... lay the foundations for resilient and equitable food futures,' says report
Local high school students win Excellence in Education awards

Local high school students win Excellence in Education awards

'We are honoured to recognize each of these incredible kids,' said official from OSSTF District 17 Simcoe
Got a collection? Collingwood Museum wants to hear from you

Got a collection? Collingwood Museum wants to hear from you

The museum is hosting a virtual collector's night and is encouraging people to join for an artifact show-and-tell
Ontario reports 197 new COVID-19 cases today

Ontario reports 197 new COVID-19 cases today

Ontario labs have now processed more than one million COVID-19 tests
Backyard Birding: Citrus-loving Orioles whistle rich, beautiful songs

Backyard Birding: Citrus-loving Orioles whistle rich, beautiful songs

By playing an Oriole's song from a wireless speaker, Jon Vopni was able to capture some close-ups of the brilliant orange birds
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Good morning, Collingwood!

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CANADA: Participation rates of girls in sport still lag behind boys

CANADA: Participation rates of girls in sport still lag behind boys

At this rate, Canada won't see parity between girls and boys in sports for at least the next 15 years
Redeployed from Ontario Works to long-term care, county staffer relishes new job

Redeployed from Ontario Works to long-term care, county staffer relishes new job

Beth Johnstone opted to work at long-term care home rather than work from home; 'Eye-opening' experience is a reminder that life is precious, she says