Travel is top-of-mind for many but there are numerous questions surrounding the ‘new normal’ where travel is concerned. There's still time to sign up for a virtual sit down with Garth Lund, the Chief Commercial Officer of Flair Airlines, to discuss what travellers can now expect.
What safety precautions are airlines taking? How has the pandemic changed the travel industry? Is travelling cheaper now? Answer these questions and more tomorrow 12 p.m. All webinar attendees will receive a discount code from Flair Airlines.
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BarrieToday community editor Raymond Bowe writes about a brazen theft that happened just outside the city limits and how what may seem like petty crimes can quickly turn tragic. Such was the case in August 2007 when Midhurst resident Rob Plunkett, a 43-year-old detective constable with York Regional Police, was killed while trying to arrest a suspect involved in a string of air-bag thefts in Markham. Raymond was assigned to cover the sombre news conference that day down in York Region as a crime reporter. Plunkett, who was heavily involved in Special Olympics, left behind a wife and three children.
In this week's People of Collingwood feature, we speak with Michael Treuman, land steward with the Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club and actor.
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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:
A Collingwood mom is getting help from the community to pay for training her son's dog as a support canine to help him cope with anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder after tragedies claimed the life of his father and uncle. Here's a little more about how Jo-Jo is supporting his human, Levi.
In last week's People of Collingwood, we catch up with Keith Currie, a local farmer and the vice president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. Currie has done a lot of work advocating for and lobbying the government to improve regulations for Ontario farmers. Read our Q and A with Keith Currie here.