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Grey Bruce Grad 2020On Wednesday, June 24th at 7:00 p.m., Grey and Bruce counties are inviting all residents and graduates to make history with a collective at-home graduation celebration.

This regional celebration compliments the virtual graduation ceremonies planned by many schools in the area. Together we will celebrate everyone graduating this...

Georgian BOG Jane ovarikovaEvery spring Georgian takes a moment to recognize employees, alumni and community partners who’ve made an outstanding contribution to the college and demonstrate an ongoing commitment to excellence.

This year’s impressive group of Board of Governors’ Awards of Distinction recipients have...

photo of women talking while sitting 3182808 1- By Chelsea Donohue

With a rate of one in three Canadian women and one in six Canadian men experiencing sexual assault in their life time, we must ask ourselves an important question. How do we respond to survivors of sexual assault when they come forward? When I say we, I am not merely talking about we as individuals; I am referring to we as a society, a system, a community. How do we collectively relate to survivors and assist them with seeking justice, security, dignity and hope? How do we supportively contribute to their journey towards healing? These are important questions that we must ask ourselves.

blainecourtney- by Blaine Courtney

Today I visited the Cairn and sat for at least 30 minutes grieving about events of the last week and the history of obvious racism that has led to this moment. I have remained silent until now, not because I didn’t care, but because I wasn’t sure how to express my feelings  I was just going to post a picture of the Cairn. . .

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