Nov 24th, 2019
From BTC The Be the Change Film Series (BTC) has become a Collingwood institution. Now in its 12th year, BTC has added a month on either end, extending the season from September to May. BTC screens environmentally and socially conscious movies at 5pm and 7:30pm every third Wednesday of the month at t...
Nov 19th, 2019
Photoshopped sidewalk from Collingwood staff report, looking south on Hurontario Street at Golfview Drive. Preliminary sidewalk designs for the east side of Hurontario Street between Lockhart Road and Tracey Lane were considered by committee on Monday night By Jessica Owen Collingwood Today Council ...
Oct 25th, 2019
Warden George Cornell ‘After what happened in Toronto… there was a lot of anxiety that amalgamation would happen (here),’ says Collingwood mayor By: Jessica Owen Barrie Today October 25 2019 Late last night, Simcoe County Warden George Cornell got a phone call. “It turns out, it was...
Oct 23rd, 2019
Bradford DM James Leduc says county contract is too large for one supplier Scroll down for update from New Tecumseth Free Press Online Waste Connections ‘made a fortune on this contract and they don’t give a rat’s behind on what they’re doing here,’ says Leduc By: Jessica Owen Barrie Toda...
Oct 17th, 2019
It’s official: Collingwood Town Council votes unanimously to declare a climate crisis. From left, back: Back Row: Kathy Jeffery, Steve Berman, Mayor Brian Saunderson, Deb Doherty, Yvonne Hamlin. Front: Tina Comi, Deputy Mayor Keith Hull, Mariane McLeod and Bob Madigan. ‘It’s an essential...
Oct 17th, 2019
From Movie Night : To the Orcas with Love, a film by Hunstville filmmaker Natalie Lucier, who will be in attendance. Join us Friday October 18th, 7-9pm, at Collingwood’s Trinity United Church, for an excellent local film followed by spirited discussion led by Stephen Bede Scharper, author of Fo...