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Erika Engel

Erika Engel

Erika Engel graduated top of her class in print journalism at Sheridan College. She worked as an intern at The Hamilton Spectator, and Hamilton News. She was hired as a reporter for the local Metroland group and wrote mostly for the Meaford Express and Thornbury Courier-Herald. Later she became the editor of the Collingwood Connection and the Wasaga/Stayner Sun. She took a year off from newspapers and is excited to be back in journalism doing what she loves — telling people’s stories.

Recent Work by Erika

Abandoned, adopted, and against all odds

Abandoned, adopted, and against all odds

It was a simple DNA home test that brought Jean Fish her life's wish
Abandoned, adopted, and against all odds

Abandoned, adopted, and against all odds

It was a simple DNA home test that brought Jean Fish her life's wish.
Former councillor must pay The Blue Mountains for filing, then withdrawing judicial review

Former councillor must pay The Blue Mountains for filing, then withdrawing judicial review

A former councillor has been ordered by a judge to pay the Town of The Blue Mountains $20,000.
Parkbridge brings new proposal for three-storey office building

Parkbridge brings new proposal for three-storey office building

Initial proposals for a four-storey office building on Huron Street met vehement opposition from neighbouring residents.
Here's why your local fire hydrants will be spraying water the next couple months

Here's why your local fire hydrants will be spraying water the next couple months

The first day of fall means it's time to flush Collingwood's fire hydrants.
Dickenson wants to be part of decisions for town's future

Dickenson wants to be part of decisions for town's future

Candidate for Collingwood Councillor: George Dickenson
Aldred will consider term a loss without a rec facility

Aldred will consider term a loss without a rec facility

Candidate for Collingwood councillor: Stephen Aldred
Theatre company explores love, shaken and stirred up

Theatre company explores love, shaken and stirred up

The latest Quarter Century Theatre show is called Black and White and Grey All Over, and it runs from Sept. 23 to 26.
Beeston suggests town should run like a successful business

Beeston suggests town should run like a successful business

Candidate for Collingwood councillor: Stuart Beeston
This is a good reason for a hearty drink

This is a good reason for a hearty drink

Collingwood Brewery is hosting a charity event for the Heart and Stroke Foundation on Sept. 27.