On February 8th, Christie/Cummings Barristers & Solicitors hosted the 18th Annual Christie/Cummings Ski Day at Osler Bluff Ski Club in support of the Collingwood G&M Hospital Foundation.
A few years ago, Jennifer Nocito went Toronto with her daughter to their first Power of Movement event.
Aaron McKay knows what it’s like to go sailing down the ski hills, even when he knew there were people who didn’t think he should.
A swan takes advantage of an above-average days for a swim among the ice near the Port of Collingwood Wednesday. Temperatures in the afternoon rose to an astonishing 17.6 degrees C by 2 p.m. making the town the hot spot in Canada according to Environment Canada. The weather office is expecting a cooler 12 degrees C for Thursday.
Winners from the Public Speaking Contest sponsored by Branch 63 Royal Canadian Legion Youth Education Committee were selected Sunday February 5th. at the Collingwood Legion.
For thousands of years, humans have been trying to figure out the secret to long life.
Sometimes even if you can’t see it, it doesn’t mean it is not there.
If you go out into the woods with Andrew Major, you are probably in for a surprise.
Georgian College ranks first in overall international student satisfaction among 11 Ontario colleges and sixth globally among 182 institutions that participated in the 2016 International Student Barometer (ISB) autumn wave survey. The ISB survey is the largest and most extensive survey of international students globally.