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<b>PROFILE:</b> Orillia man stickhandles passion into 'dream' job

PROFILE: Orillia man stickhandles passion into 'dream' job

'I want to try to help grow the game of hockey and bring more people to fall in love with the game,' says owner of How to Hockey platform
Collingwood veteran fought for freedom overseas, mental health back home

Collingwood veteran fought for freedom overseas, mental health back home

People of Collingwood: Graham Trude, musician and veteran
<b>Meet the Team:</b> CollingwoodToday community editor Erika Engel

Meet the Team: CollingwoodToday community editor Erika Engel

We'd like to introduce you to the final member of our editorial team
New head of Hospice Georgian Triangle opens up on love for her ‘stomping ground’

New head of Hospice Georgian Triangle opens up on love for her ‘stomping ground’

People of Collingwood: Trish Rawn, executive director of Hospice Georgian Triangle
Volunteer breaks down social barriers

Volunteer breaks down social barriers

People of Collingwood: Wendy Brass, volunteer with Breaking Down Barriers
From Collingwood to Calgary, local ice maker takes his talents to the world stage

From Collingwood to Calgary, local ice maker takes his talents to the world stage

People of Collingwood: Eldie Benson, ice maker for the Collingwood Curling Club
Mom to trek Georgian Trail with daughter with rare disorder

Mom to trek Georgian Trail with daughter with rare disorder

To mark CDKL5 Awareness Day on June 17, Natalie Ladly will be hiking 34 kilometres with her daughter Brynn, who is confined to a wheelchair
CollingwoodToday recognized for local COVID coverage with bi-national award

CollingwoodToday recognized for local COVID coverage with bi-national award

CollingwoodToday.ca earned a second-place finish in the Local Media Association Digital Innovation Awards for Best COVID-19 Local Community Coverage
<b>COLUMN:</b> Reporter's favourite novels a starting point on best books ever

COLUMN: Reporter's favourite novels a starting point on best books ever

No doubt I have left out some literary giants and many books readers could not put down, and for very good reasons
<b>COLUMN:</b> School shutdown stinks, but we will make it work

COLUMN: School shutdown stinks, but we will make it work

'The last 48 hours or so have been filled with worry, concern and conversations with friends and family about how we will make it work,' writes Nikki Cole