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Ice carvers battle it out with chainsaws and chisels <b>(14 photos)</b>

Ice carvers battle it out with chainsaws and chisels (14 photos)

Photos from today's Battle of the Chainsaws between ice carvers Thomas Grass and Thomas Houle.
Driver faces impaired, drug charges after collision

Driver faces impaired, drug charges after collision

Trakas was allegedly found with cocaine, failed breath tests
Paying down debt top financial priority for Canadians in 2019: poll

Paying down debt top financial priority for Canadians in 2019: poll

29 per cent of us have also taken on more debt in the last year
Puck drops for Collingwood's hockey weekend <b>(13 photos)</b>

Puck drops for Collingwood's hockey weekend (13 photos)

Here are some photos from the celebrity sledge hockey game on Friday, Dec. 28 at 7 p.m. at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena.
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Flurries in the morning, with 2 cm possible
Feds finalize Canada Post stamp prices, with increases set for Jan. 14

Feds finalize Canada Post stamp prices, with increases set for Jan. 14

OTTAWA — Unless you really hurry, sending a letter to Santa for next Christmas will cost you a nickel more. Starting Jan. 14, Canada Post says the cost for an individual stamp on a letter sent within Canada will be $1.05, instead of a loonie.
New Year, New Resolution: How to set achievable goals in 2019

New Year, New Resolution: How to set achievable goals in 2019

It is estimated that under ten per cent of us will actually follow through on our resolutions
Canada's travelling hockey broadcasters lace-up in Collingwood tomorrow

Canada's travelling hockey broadcasters lace-up in Collingwood tomorrow

Ron MacLean and Tara Slone will be here this weekend for Hometown Hockey, the Collingwood edition.
Ice-fishing season comes early on Lake Couchiching

Ice-fishing season comes early on Lake Couchiching

Adequate ice in areas of Lake Couchiching; Lake Simcoe 'a whole different animal'
Curlers sponsor local athletes heading for provincials

Curlers sponsor local athletes heading for provincials

The Collingwood curling club is supporting some of its athletes who are headed to the Ontario Special Olympic Games at the end of January.