Seven-year-old Dominic Smith was killed in a house fire in Clearview Township in July. SUBMITTED

Legal dilemma over GoFundMe funds

A dispute over the distribution of donations made to a local crowd-sourcing campaign has forced a law firm representing one of the families to send ou

From left, Sara Applegarth, Lorna Visser, Deb Saunders-Chatwin and Janet Clarke are all smiles after breaking the record for donations. ROBERT BURCHER/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Another successful Terry Fox run

The annual Terry Fox run took place this past weekend at Harbourview Park. Slightly over $20,000 was donated this year in Collingwood, breaking a reco

Pets rescued from Hurricane Irma

The Georgian Triangle Humane Society along with the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is supporting Toronto-based dog Redemption Dogs to rescue dogs dis

Town crier wanted

WASAGA BEACH -- Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye. The Town of Wasaga Beach is looking for a town crier.

GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN Dressed as Sailor Moon, Amenda Groulx of Modern Myths Cosplay conducts a costume workshop during the Mini-Con Sept. 16 at the Wasaga Beach Public Library.

Wasaga Beach Mini-Con a super time

WASAGA BEACH -- The beautiful and innocent rubbed shoulders with the frightening and powerful at the Mini-Con held at the Wasaga Beach Public Library

J.T.MCVEIGH/THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN From left, Lauren Parr, Ayrlea Manchester and GTHS executive director Sonya Reichel play with this year's walkathon celebrities Shadow and Munchkin; two poodles that were surrendered to the shelter recently needing significant medical care. The Walkathon takes place at Blue Mountain Village Sept. 30 at 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome.

Walkathon to benefit GTHS

Get your walking shoes laced up and get your puppy ready for a walk as the Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) is preparing for the annual walkath

Theatre on the bus

Theatre Collingwood and the town are in discussion to bring a one-man show to town, with the performance held entirely on a Collingwood transit bus.

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