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Ontario reports 441 new cases of COVID-19 today

Ontario reports 441 new cases of COVID-19 today

The percentage of postive results has increased over the past few days as testing numbers have decreased
VILLAGE VIDEO: Those wings are fast, even in slow motion

VILLAGE VIDEO: Those wings are fast, even in slow motion

Check out this hummingbird hovering around a feeder
Essential worker of the day: Charlotte Lewins-Matthews

Essential worker of the day: Charlotte Lewins-Matthews

This regular feature on CollingwoodToday seeks to recognize and thank local frontline and essential workers through community submissions of photographs and words of thanks
OPP issues almost 7,000 speeding tickets last week

OPP issues almost 7,000 speeding tickets last week

There were five fatalities over the Victoria Day long weekend
'Exciting news' for cyclists as Hardwood opens trails

'Exciting news' for cyclists as Hardwood opens trails

'We are excited to get back on the trails,' Hardwood official says, noting there will be new safety protocols in place to ensure safety of cyclists, staff
Good morning, Collingwood!

Good morning, Collingwood!

Every day is a fresh beginning
<b>CANADA:</b> Car culture gets a new lease as cultural events turn to 'pod' life

CANADA: Car culture gets a new lease as cultural events turn to 'pod' life

Those without their own isolation room on wheels may not have access to as many experiences this summer
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Practical tips for teaching math at home

BEYOND LOCAL: Practical tips for teaching math at home

COVID-19 has a number of parents trying to home-school their children, and it isn't always easy
Local MPs slam decision to stop service at Lake Simcoe Regional Airport

Local MPs slam decision to stop service at Lake Simcoe Regional Airport

The shutdown of Canada Border Service Agency service, a temporary COVID-19 related measure, was announced May 12
The story behind how Barrie's public waterfront was created may surprise you

The story behind how Barrie's public waterfront was created may surprise you

'It took the city getting the railway lands to basically turn the head of the bay into a premier parkland that is the envy of many communities across the country,' says local historian