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Remember This? 160 years of the Great Northern Exhibition

Remember This? 160 years of the Great Northern Exhibition

This GNE memory will take you back to 1914 and the days of animal sideshows.
American visitors disembark in early Collingwood

American visitors disembark in early Collingwood

In this week's Remember This, passengers arrive to Collingwood in 1914 aboard the steamer 'Missouri'
An icon in the making

An icon in the making

In this week’s Remember This, a photograph captures construction of the Collingwood federal building at the outset of the First World War.
Cadets go marching to the square

Cadets go marching to the square

Remember this? If you were a male attending CCI prior to 1961, you likely participated in the cadet program.
The Great Northern Exhibition parade: Citizens' Band circa 1914

The Great Northern Exhibition parade: Citizens' Band circa 1914

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A clocktower with no clock

A clocktower with no clock

In this week's Remember This the Collingwood Museum takes you through the construction, destruction and rebuilding of the town hall and clock tower.
A star is born: this building has housed a theatre since 1911

A star is born: this building has housed a theatre since 1911

Remember This? Admission was 25 cents and women and children weren't allowed to attend afternoon matinees.
The changing face of downtown business

The changing face of downtown business

In this week's Remember This, you get a glimpse of the business district in Collingwood's downtown circa 1914.
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.