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<b>COLUMN:</b> Beware the pesky porcupine poking around area!

COLUMN: Beware the pesky porcupine poking around area!

Outdoors columnist came across some rather distinctive and disgusting signs that a food-searching porcupine had visited his garage recently
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Too many questions remain with Archibald’s suspension: BC chief

Too many questions remain with Archibald’s suspension: BC chief

'Over the years as chiefs, we’ve been hearing (about corruption). We would put our concerns forward… Then we were told it was dealt with. But now, we see it wasn’t dealt with, obviously,' says Neskonlith Indian Band Kukpi7 Judy Wilson
PHOTO GALLERY: In the robin's nest, from birth to first flight

PHOTO GALLERY: In the robin's nest, from birth to first flight

Photographer Greg King gives you a close-up look at baby robins and their parents over a period of about 10 days
OLB valedictorian looks toward a future post-pandemic

OLB valedictorian looks toward a future post-pandemic

People of Collingwood: Emily Lawrence, 2022 Our Lady of the Bay valedictorian
COLUMN: Tips for guarding your garden from pesky pests

COLUMN: Tips for guarding your garden from pesky pests

Master Gardener John Hethrington delivers his monthly marching orders for your gardening to-do lists
TBM adopts Integrated Community Sustainability Plan

TBM adopts Integrated Community Sustainability Plan

Plan was several years in the making, and identifies list of 20 action items to pursue
Eight-year-old philanthropists run lemonade stand for SickKids

Eight-year-old philanthropists run lemonade stand for SickKids

‘We just wanted to help all the kids,’ says Renée Bérubé; stand brought in $408 for SickKids Hospital
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Environmental, Indigenous groups join climate case, court rules

Environmental, Indigenous groups join climate case, court rules

7 young people, backed by Ecojustice, argue that Premier Doug Ford’s weakened climate targets breach their constitutional right to life, liberty and security