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Huron Street got a little longer in 1913

Huron Street got a little longer in 1913

In this week's Remember This, a photograph showing the completion of the Huron Street extension in 1913
First Baptist Church has been a Collingwood landmark since the 1870s

First Baptist Church has been a Collingwood landmark since the 1870s

In this week's Remember This, we take a look at the history of the church at the corner of Third and Pine Street
Statue gives clue about Collingwood's Church of Scotland

Statue gives clue about Collingwood's Church of Scotland

The former Auld Kirk stood on the site of today's Salvation Army
This was the first ship commissioned in Collingwood by the federal government

This was the first ship commissioned in Collingwood by the federal government

This vessel's four-month journey to Victoria proved too much for some crew who deserted before the voyage ended
This is the only known photograph of a downtown building long gone

This is the only known photograph of a downtown building long gone

Before it was the TD Bank, there was a grain dealers business at 106 Hurontario Street
Here's how Collingwood marked Canada Day in 1927

Here's how Collingwood marked Canada Day in 1927

Collingwood residents enjoyed a parade on Collingwood's Hurontario Street more than 90 years ago for a Canada Day celebration.
Collingwood residents turn out in fine clothes for 1911 parade

Collingwood residents turn out in fine clothes for 1911 parade

Remember This: the Civic Holiday Parade travelled through town and drew finely-dressed spectators
Remembering children parading to the Great North Exhibition

Remembering children parading to the Great North Exhibition

For 99 years, the Great Northern Exhibition agricultural fair was a highly anticipated event in Collingwood
Remembering a lost hotel that once stood on Hurontario Street

Remembering a lost hotel that once stood on Hurontario Street

This week’s featured photograph of the July 12, 1912 Orange Parade shows a familiar view of Hurontario Street; however, there is one building that may be unfamiliar.
Collingwood soldiers helped make Camp Borden a busy place in 1916

Collingwood soldiers helped make Camp Borden a busy place in 1916

Did you know Collingwood helped build Base Borden in the early 1900s?