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This week in CollingwoodToday+: Make memories with a summer staycation valued at $400!

Plus last chance to enter for a chance to win a Cobs Bread gift card

Put your feet up and relax and enjoy food and fun from your own backyard with a chance to win a summer staycation valued at $400! +Members can enter daily, and don't forget to answer the poll for an extra entry. Contest closes July 31st.

Happening this week for CollingwoodToday+ members:

Leave the baking to us! There's still time to enter for a chance to win a $50 gift card from Cobs Bread! Don't forget to answer the poll and visit the Cobs Bread website to gain extra entries. Contest closes tonight at 11:59.

We'll have a brand new giveaway beginning tomorrow. +Members can enter for the chance to win a $50 gift card from Al Carbon.

Here is another example of how the CollingwoodToday+ membership program is continuing to support and grow local journalism. We've launched a scholarship program to support journalism students! Students who are enrolled in a journalism program for the fall are invited to submit an essay for a chance to receive a $1,000 scholarship toward their post-secondary education. A sincere thank you to our CollingwoodToday+ members for helping to fund local journalism and assist us in our effort to strengthen communities!

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If your bucket list includes being a published writer, we might be able to help! We know everyone has a perspective and we want to know yours. Whether it's a story, an opinion piece, or a letter to the editor, we want to hear from you. If you have ever dreamed of being published this is your chance to do just that for millions to read across the Village Media Network. Check your +member dashboard to read past selections or to submit yours.

This week in our People of Collingwood feature, learn more about Collingwood grad Justine Crittenden, who is working with Indigenous communities in New Zealand to improve access to health care, including pandemic-related testing, vaccines, and support. 

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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:

In last week’s edition of People of Collingwood we spoke with Amanda Pegg, executive director of customer and corporate services for the Town of Collingwood. 

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