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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

A dress for all divas, Kinette's are back with annual dress sale

A dress for all divas, Kinette's are back with annual dress sale

The Diva on a Dime dress sale event takes place April 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Exchanging Vows Bridal Boutique.
New workshop delivers workout program for lifting self-esteem

New workshop delivers workout program for lifting self-esteem

What's up this Wednesday? A local fitness centre has created a program for young girls to learn about functional fitness in a fun environment
Collingwood and Nova Scotia teens exchange community experiences

Collingwood and Nova Scotia teens exchange community experiences

A group of teens from Nova Scotia are visiting Collingwood today after welcoming local youth to their homes in Pictou.
Committee axes heritage position to bring down proposed tax increase

Committee axes heritage position to bring down proposed tax increase

The budget will go before full council on March 25, when it could be passed by council vote
Outdoor rink closed for the season

Outdoor rink closed for the season

You can still go public skating at the Central Park Arena on weekends and PA days.
Collingwood skating club presents the greatest show on ice

Collingwood skating club presents the greatest show on ice

Canadian National Team skater will perform as a guest at this year's skating carnival.
Out of the fringes to front and centre: LGBTQ weekend celebrates pride in winter

Out of the fringes to front and centre: LGBTQ weekend celebrates pride in winter

The second-annual LGBTQ Rainbow Ski Weekend is coming up this Friday and Saturday at Blue Mountain Village
Father taps into theatre and dance for story about special needs son

Father taps into theatre and dance for story about special needs son

Andrew Prashad’s days are a carefully choreographed and/or instantly improvised dance taken step-by-step in time with the pitter-patter of little feet, belonging to his three children
Father taps into theatre and dance for story about special needs son

Father taps into theatre and dance for story about special needs son

Andrew Prashad’s days are a carefully choreographed and/or instantly improvised dance taken step-by-step in time with the pitter-patter of little feet, belonging to his three children
Father taps into theatre and dance for story about special-needs son

Father taps into theatre and dance for story about special-needs son

Dad’s days are a carefully choreographed and/or instantly improvised dance taken step-by-step in time with the pitter-patter of little feet, belonging to his three children