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Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Expect a snowy day, with a chance of flurries and rain in the afternoon and later in the night
Tight market keeps home prices up, listings down

Tight market keeps home prices up, listings down

The number of units sold is down this year over last, but dollar value of sales is staying constant in the Southern Georgian Bay region.
Need to make a deal? Consider doing it in the OPP parking lot

Need to make a deal? Consider doing it in the OPP parking lot

Buying or selling items online? You can make the exchange in one of these community safety zones.
Remember together on November 11 at the Collingwood cenotaph

Remember together on November 11 at the Collingwood cenotaph

As Remembrance Day approaches, there’s a hustle and bustle at the Collingwood Legion while members prepare for the annual service and parade.
Two accused of defrauding elderly Clearview Township woman

Two accused of defrauding elderly Clearview Township woman

A Barrie man was charged with theft by person holding power of attorney
Veterans watch over Collingwood again

Veterans watch over Collingwood again

A new banner program started by the Collingwood Downtown BIA is putting the faces of those who stood on the front lines at the forefront once again.
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Expect a rainy day, with a chance for it to cool off and snow later tonight
Hospice launches Annual Wish List Care Campaign

Hospice launches Annual Wish List Care Campaign

Pick a day that means the most to you, and you can sponsor the care provided on that day.
A beacon light, a piper, and tolling bells will sing the Battle's Over

A beacon light, a piper, and tolling bells will sing the Battle's Over

Collingwood will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War in a tribute heard and seen 'round the world.
Ford promises no more taxes for Legions in 2019

Ford promises no more taxes for Legions in 2019

Collingwood's Royal Canadian Legion Branch 63 has already been exempt from municipal and county property taxes for more than 10 years.