Author: Clay Dolan

Breathing New Life

Over the past couple of years, Collingwood’s historic shopping district has evolved to include a diverse mix of iconic established shops and restaurants alongside new cafes, galleries, artist studios, and businesses offering well-curated collections of fashion, decor, and health & wellness products.

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24 hours of Blue Mountain

Modelled after the remarkably successful 24h Tremblant, this local fundraising event at Blue Mountain Resort benefits the Special Olympics and Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation.

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Tasty Winter Adventures

From one side of the region to the next, you can find excursions, tours, tastings and activities that fit the likes of any curious player -foodies and all. Leave no weekend unplanned – take a tasty bite of winter now in Simcoe, Grey, Bruce.

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World Cup Ski Cross

In all, 25 nations and more than 100 athletes are expected to attend the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup at Blue Mountain, including reigning Olympic champions, Canadians Kelsey Serwa and Brady Leman, as well as Ontario grown Kevin Drury.

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The Pet Food Landscape

Pet product manufacturers are making tremendous progress in the development of sustainable pet foods made from clean, renewable sources, with vegan and plant-based dog foods leading the charge. While this may come as a surprise to many, plant-based dog foods are not a new thing.

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Blumination Dream Trail

Following the colossal success of the inaugural Blumination Dream Trail at Blue Mountain, this season’s illuminated walking trail is bigger and brighter with thousands more lights, fresh installations and surprises around every corner.

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Apple Trails & Folklore Tales

Blue Mountain Village Association’s award winning Apple Pie Trail is a culinary road trip to all things apple. As you explore the country roads between Collingwood and Meaford you’ll discover homemade signature pies made with a variety of apples and crust styles, artisan ciders, apple wine, cheesecake, honey and bread and of course, fresh apples. But wait there’s more!

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Composing Charcuterie

Charcuterie has its origins as a humble french peasant dish. But don’t let the simplicity of the preparation deceive you – curated and composed with a thoughtful arrangement of textures and tastes — Aside from being very delicious, a cheese and charcuterie board acts as a vessel for communication and is a great communal nibble.

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Art In Motion

On a warm September evening the downtown streets of Collingwood are alive with movement, music and voices as people explore the shops and artisan-lined sidewalks– taking in the art, entertainment and happenings of the Collingwood Art Crawl.

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Outside of Extraordinary

Many top Architects have found inspiration for luxury in a rather humble material: steel. It turns out the structural skeleton of a building holds significant visual inspiration—what’s usually reserved for strength and support, hidden behind cladding, is front and centre in this contemporary home designed by Architect Brad Abbott of Abbott Inspired Design and built by Patrick B. Coulter and Associates Inc.

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Summer Play-By-Play

Southern Georgian Bay during the warm, balmy months is something to behold. From waterfront views and rocky escarpment, to scenic trails and local wonders, there is no shortage of things to do and see in this wonderful four-season utopia.

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