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A Fine Kettle of Fish

Once abundant, Georgian Bay whitefish numbers have declined rapidly and substantially. To protect them, the Bagida’waad Alliance has cast a wide net.
By Kate MacLennan, photography by Natasha Akiwenzie

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Reel Dreams

The making of the Blue Mountain Film Festival is a story that’s part blockbuster, part fairytale. It’s a narrative about how leaders and a passionate community came together to launch a film festival poised to become an entertainment landmark.
By Cara Williams

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Leadership Unleashed

This spring, Blue Mountain Resort launches Leadership Camps, merging leadership-in training, resort attractions and environmental stewardship into a transformative experience for youth. It’s an all-inclusive adventure that promises to be both educational and exhilarating.
By Cara Williams, photography courtesy of Blue Mountain Resort

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Hulls, History & Brushstrokes

Collingwood artist Kaz Jones honours our shipbuilding legacy, transforming storied vessels of the Great Lakes through her canvas into a captivating blend of history and personal exploration.
By Kate MacLennan

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Garden Party

The Backyard Glam Tour in the Town of the Blue Mountains highlights six beautifully staged outdoor living areas, providing design ideas and landscaping inspiration.
by Cara Williams, photography by Clay Dolan

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Fresh Flavours

Located in the heart of Markdale, Marilynne Restaurant is inspired by fond memories of family gatherings, and embodies the values of simplicity and connection to the land—fresh, nourishing, and made with love. 
By Chef Brandon Bannon, photography by Clay Dolan

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Collingwood Collective Racing

As Collingwood Collective Racing continues to pedal forward, it does so with the community’s heart beating strong at its core, promising a brighter, more inclusive future for youth cycling. 
By Cara Williams, photography by Jody Wilson 

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Tides of Change

Amidst the hush of anticipation and the roar of a final launch, Collingwood’s shipyard community gathered to witness the end of an era and the uncertain dawn of a future without shipbuilding.
Script by Ken Maher, Stories from Another Day, a Collingwood Museum Podcast. Photos courtesy of the Collingwood Museum and Fritz W. Schuller, MPA.

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