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Stories

Dark drama aims to spark discussion

When Rochelle Reynolds started Quarter Century Theatre, her vision was theatre that presented a focus on contemporary drama – essentially, productions that are relevant to people of the new generation, produced by people of the new generation.

Wellness is a matter of smart changes

The term “wellness” gets bandied about a lot when talking about personal health and sometimes can get a bit complicated.

7 ACRES mature medical cannabis plants were harvested from the Kincardine-area facility in mid-August, 2016 and the crop is the first of two to be tested by Health Canada in order for 7 ACRES to receive its license to sell from the federal government. (Troy Patterson/Kincardine News/Postmedia)

Grow your own medicine may be the future

After the federal government’s announcement concerning legalizing recreational use of cannabis, more than a couple of old hippies have been buzzing.

Teammates continue their hockey dream with draft

Emmett Sproule, 16, and Eric Lalonde, 15, have followed each other throughout their minor hockey careers from Collingwood to Barrie to the minor-midget AAA Grey-Bruce Highlanders, but the road ends here.

Rotary club spreads Easter cheer

WASAGA BEACH - In a crowded storefront, more than a dozen volunteers pack what is soon to be 300 food hampers for Easter.

Wynne holds town hall at Jean Vanier

A students asks a question as Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne takes part in a town hall meeting with students at Collingwood's Jean Vanier Catholic High School Friday, Wynne was on a tour of Simcoe County visiting municipal leaders, farmers and trades people. The students got a bit of a surprise when the Premier kicked off the day by reading the sch

Program makes prom night special

A highlight of many graduating teens’ high-school careers is the prom. It is also the time when perhaps the first blush of financial reality kicks in.

Time to work together

Anyone expecting sparks at Monday night’s council meeting was sorely disappointed.

Collingwood Sunshine list released for 2016

Collingwood - In time for the first day of Spring, Collingwood released their ‘Sunshine List’, a list compiled of the names of town employees who were paid more than $100,000 in salaries and total taxable benefits.

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Searching for common ground

Everybody is talking, but no one seems to be listening as the rhetoric between Collingwood town council and the board at Collingwood General and Marine Hospital (CGMH) appears to be coming to a full boil.