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Essential worker has kept a smile on her face throughout the pandemic

Essential worker has kept a smile on her face throughout the pandemic

People of Collingwood: Carly Bartoletti, Collingwood McDonald’s manager
New Unity Collective member would like to see Collingwood initiative across Canada

New Unity Collective member would like to see Collingwood initiative across Canada

People of Collingwood: Nova Nicole, mental health and wellness facilitator and public speaker
A sweet for your sweet? Collingwood candy stores prepare for Valentine’s Day

A sweet for your sweet? Collingwood candy stores prepare for Valentine’s Day

Both The Candy Factory and Crave the Chocolatier – both on Hurontario Street – will have special products available to mark the Feb. 14 day of love
Push underway to proclaim Wee Willi Winkels Day in Collingwood

Push underway to proclaim Wee Willi Winkels Day in Collingwood

Local skate and snowboard legend to be memorialized through annual day on first Saturday in March in Town of the Blue Mountains; organizers asking Town of Collingwood to also proclaim the day in future years
Ice globe project a ‘family creation’ for semi-retired architect

Ice globe project a ‘family creation’ for semi-retired architect

People of Collingwood: David Jefferies, architect and member of Collingwood’s heritage committee
Librarian turns page as new chair of Elephant Thoughts board

Librarian turns page as new chair of Elephant Thoughts board

People of Collingwood: Mike Ready, librarian and new board chair with Elephant Thoughts
Elephant Thoughts taking big steps forward this year

Elephant Thoughts taking big steps forward this year

Board chair Deb Keep will be stepping back, while the Collingwood non-profit acquires two new properties and sees their operations expand throughout pandemic
‘I feel like there are different expectations now,’ teachers reflect on virtual learning again

‘I feel like there are different expectations now,’ teachers reflect on virtual learning again

Collingwood teacher switches to theory for online woodshop class
Retail worker focuses on the positive throughout pandemic

Retail worker focuses on the positive throughout pandemic

People of Collingwood: Sheri Goodacre, Walmart employee
<b>ENGEL'S ANGLE: </b> The family that puzzles together will always pick up the pieces

ENGEL'S ANGLE: The family that puzzles together will always pick up the pieces

Nothing gathers a crowd quite like 5,000 puzzle pieces strewn across a table in the living room on Christmas Day