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To the or not to the: a 12-year debate

To the or not to the: a 12-year debate

In 2008 I wrote my first council story and it was about the word 'the'
Enjoy these photos from around Collingwood in November

Enjoy these photos from around Collingwood in November

Is November over already? Here's a look back at some stories and photos from the month
<b>SURVEY:</b> Got an opinion about news and journalism? Great!

SURVEY: Got an opinion about news and journalism? Great!

Here's a quick survey for CollingwoodToday+ members to help us figure out how to get better
Justice, what justice? I just want waffle fries

Justice, what justice? I just want waffle fries

Virtual courts may be convenient, but they're not without problems
POLL: Should COVID case reports include workplaces affected?

POLL: Should COVID case reports include workplaces affected?

We want to know what CollingwoodToday+ members think
They say numbers don't lie, but can they tell a story?

They say numbers don't lie, but can they tell a story?

Though math and numbers typically sell themselves as finite and absolute. Reporting on COVID-19 has reminded me they can also be controversial. 
<b>COLUMN:</b> Nine ministry employees and several months later, FOI request still unfulfilled

COLUMN: Nine ministry employees and several months later, FOI request still unfulfilled

Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks evades Freedom of Information request for more than a year with no delivery date in sight
You are an integral part of the CollingwoodToday team

You are an integral part of the CollingwoodToday team

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Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas talks about life in the NHL 'bubble' and how he and Keefe keep it civil

Maple Leafs GM Kyle Dubas talks about life in the NHL 'bubble' and how he and Keefe keep it civil

Village Media's Brad Coccimiglio brings you Up Close and Personal with a man who has lived and breathed hockey for most of his life