PHOTO BY RICHARD GARNER - Thornbury Waterfront

From Wasaga Beach to Meaford, our waterfronts have always been a key component of our region’s identity. Continue reading

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PHOTO BY JESSICA CRANDLEMIRE John Wiggins takes in the view of the iconic Collingwood Terminals from his Shipyards condo.

Collingwood Terminals

Gateway to the past, or white elephant? One man’s viewpoint. by Janet Lees photography by Jessica Crandlemire The view from the third-floor office in John Wiggins’ Shipyards condo is enviable: a perfect panorama of Collingwood’s waterfront, with the Collingwood Terminals grain elevator framed squarely in the centre of the north window’s circular porthole motif. The… Continue reading

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The Way Wasaga Was

The Way Wasaga Was

From the early 1920s when businesses first opened up on Main Street in Wasaga Beach, we enjoyed a vibrant and busy shopping area up until the mid-1970s. Continue reading

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The team at Properties by HER, left to right: Lara Kalins, Mark Beadle, founder Christina Herauf and Tracy Feltham.

Openings

The latest new business openings as well as business transformations including new owners, moves and major renovations. More great reasons to shop local! Continue reading

We Are Here

We Are Here

Our cover image for this issue of On The Bay depicts two iconic local landmarks – the Collingwood grain elevator and the stone inukshuk at Sunset Point Park. Continue reading

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Catherine Morrissey and Stephen Loewy planted 6,000 grapevines at their The Creemore Hills Winery, which produced its first 300 bottles of wine in 2015.

A View of the Vineyard

A decade or so ago, Catherine Morrissey was looking for land to plant a vineyard in Argentina. She had become interested in wine making and believed Argentina offered the best potential. Continue reading

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