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Rough start for the Collingwood-built Hagarty

Rough start for the Collingwood-built Hagarty

In this week's Remember This we learn the circumstances that led to the building of the Hagarty.
The life story (and mysterious ending) of a Collingwood-built barge

The life story (and mysterious ending) of a Collingwood-built barge

Collingwood shipyards sent just one vessel into service in 1915, and this barge was it.
A bridge on the river Nottawasaga

A bridge on the river Nottawasaga

In this week's Remember This: the Van Vlack wooden bridge is replaced by a steel structure giving motorists access to the main street in Wasaga Beach.
A gift from the town for the earliest First World War volunteers

A gift from the town for the earliest First World War volunteers

In this week's Remember This, the town sends off the first volunteers from Collingwood to the First Canadian Contingent in the First World War.
Last minute pomp and circumstance

Last minute pomp and circumstance

In this week's Remember This: the cornerstone ceremony at the Collingwood federal building.
Soldiers returned to hero's welcome in Collingwood

Soldiers returned to hero's welcome in Collingwood

In this week's Remember This, Collingwood welcomes home First World War soldiers with a day of celebrations.
The saucy little tug that could

The saucy little tug that could

In this week's Remember This, we learn the story of the tugboat Saucy Jim.
They saw two ships go sailing by

They saw two ships go sailing by

In this week's Remember This: A British and an American steamer visit Collingwood in 1906.
Here's why a crowd gathered on Second Street in 1911

Here's why a crowd gathered on Second Street in 1911

In this week's Remember This a cornerstone laying ceremony draws a large crowd in June, 1911.
The tale of Ungava's journey to open water

The tale of Ungava's journey to open water

Presented here is Hull 8: Ungava, prior to launch on June 27, 1906, at the Collingwood Shipyards.