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Mark Remembrance Day at the cenotaph, as Legion hosts service

Mark Remembrance Day at the cenotaph, as Legion hosts service

Here are the details for Collingwood's Remembrance Day cenotaph service on Monday, Nov. 11
Local parasnowboarder sets sights on next Olympics

Local parasnowboarder sets sights on next Olympics

Collingwood’s Sarah Anne Cormier joins one of Canada’s most prestigious athletic clubs, getting her one step closer to her dream of representing Team Canada at the Paralympics
Georgian College is growing by degrees

Georgian College is growing by degrees

First undergraduate psychology degree of its kinds to be offered at Georgian's Orillia campus next fall
Arts foundation announces photo contest winners

Arts foundation announces photo contest winners

The Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts announced the winners of the annual photo storyteller contest
<b>ONTARIO:</b> PC's fiscal update shows a government trying to undo damage from cuts

ONTARIO: PC's fiscal update shows a government trying to undo damage from cuts

This comes as the Progressive Conservative government attempts to adopt a new tone following a tumultuous first year-and-a-half in power
Two appeals now underway over proposed Springwater waste facility

Two appeals now underway over proposed Springwater waste facility

The project proposed will receive the county's organics and recycling to be broken down into compost, fertilizer or fuel for use in the county
Snow squall warning remains in effect for Collingwood and area

Snow squall warning remains in effect for Collingwood and area

Local snowfall accumulations of 20 to 30 cm will be possible under the most intense bands by Friday morning
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Flurries and local snow squalls with accumulations of 5 to 10cm
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Two teenagers subject of Amber Alert found safe, Toronto police say

ONTARIO: Two teenagers subject of Amber Alert found safe, Toronto police say

The alert was cancelled about an hour after it was made
<b>CANADA:</b> According to 10 year study, almost half of all First Nations families are 'food insecure'

CANADA: According to 10 year study, almost half of all First Nations families are 'food insecure'

The study also finds that when traditional food is present, nutrient needs and diet quality improve