Mayor Brian Saunderson Issues Challenge In Support of Big Brothers – Big Sisters
Collingwood Mayor Brian Saunderson salutes the people who have played key roles in his life. By paying tribute to his mentors, Saunderson is helping Big Brothers Big Sisters. He challenges mayors from around the region to take part and he has issued a challenge to former Olympians to jump on board.
HERITAGE COLLINGWOOD – LOOK UP TOUR
NOWHERE TO CALL HOME
Photographs & Stories of the Homeless
COLLINGWOOD WINTER FARMERS’ MARKET
Is it time to bring junior hockey back to Collingwood?
FROZEN IN TIME FESTIVAL
Mayor Sandra Cooper and members of Collingwood council competed for bragging rights (actually they were just trying to survive!) on the VIP Ice Slide
The Battle of the Chainsaws competition was a popular event
LOOKING BACK AT THE WAY IT WAS AT THE COLLINGWOOD SHIPYARDS
Collingwood historian George Czerny has published two books that capture life in the Collingwood Shipyards
Did the Barrie-Collingwood Railway Have a Future?
The final run of the Barrie-Collingwood Railway took place in the summer of 2011. Here is a video report from that day.
Life Expectancy of Recreation Facilities – The Consultation Process Continues, with Questions …
As the Town of Collingwood’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Masterplan Consultation process continues, two members of council have publicly expressed concern as to what the life expectancy of the two Sprung buildings will be.
Looking Back – Video of Grand Opening of Centennial Aquatic Centre
Peak To Shore Music Festival
News Story from August 2010
Collingwood welcomed the second annual Peak To Shore Music and Art Festival in August 2010. The festival featured performances by some of Canada’s most popular independent recording artists along with 23 art events throughout Collingwood, the Village at Blue Mountain, Thornbury and Clarksburg.
Sidelaunch Mural Connects Collingwood’s Downtown to Shipyard Development
Looking Back at Montreal Canadiens Pre-Season Mini-Camp in Downtown Collingwood
Looking Back – Georgian Bay Association for Creative Arts – Collingwood Art, Jazz & Blues Festival
Looking Back – Georgian College Announcement – Classic Barb Weider Moment!
The announcement that Georgian College was going to build a permanent Collingwood campus provided great excitement for people in the community. This video contains a classic Barb Weider moment. We miss you Barb! Thank you for all of your hard work on this and many other community projects.
Looking Back – Opening of the New Collingwood Public Library
Looking Back – Waterfront Promenade Park Dedication – The Collingwood Shipyards
Looking Back – Remembering Wordstock in Downtown Collingwood
Looking Back – Model of Hull 172 BLACK BAY returns to where it was launched in Collingwood
Looking Back – All Rails Lead To Collingwood – Celebrating Our Railway History
Looking Back – Downtown Street Pianos
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