opp-p0lice-july-regularBLUE MOUNTAINS - Officers from the Collingwood and The Blue Mountains OPP are continuing the investigation into a fatal motor vehicle collision which took place in The Blue Mountains early on Wednesday morning.

On the 24th of September 2014 at approximately 12:40am, officers along with The Blue Mountains Fire Department were dispatched to a single motor vehicle collision on the 10th Line just north of Grey Road 119. A passing motorist came upon a vehicle on fire in the ditch which appeared to be on its roof and called police.

Cranberry-regCollingwood developer believes Georgian students are important to his community.

Businessman Larry Law, who has owned and operated Cranberry Golf Resort and Living Water Resort and Residences since 1992, has always said one of his favourite things about his adopted hometown of Collingwood is that it's a caring community. He too is showing he cares with a $100,000 donation to support students at the John Di Poce South Georgian Bay Campus of Georgian College.

Baltimore-Oriole-regEvery year millions of migratory birds make tremendous journeys across the globe. Biologists have long-wondered how birds and other migratory animals can travel such vast distances so precisely. Until recently their remarkable navigation skills have remained a mystery. On Monday, October 20th, Dr. Kelly Foyle will give a talk that explores new research by quantum biologists which has shown that birds are actually using quantum mechanics to make precise measurements of Earth's magnetic field in order to determine their path. She promises that we will also see that quantum physicists might have a thing or two to learn from birds!

The Bluewater Association for Lifelong Learning (BALL) is pleased to present this special lecture in cooperation with Waterloo, Ontario's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

Dr. Kelly Foyle, one of Perimeter Institute's outreach scientists, received her doctorate from the University of Heidelberg in Germany while working at the Max-Planck Institute for Astronomy. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at McMaster University researching galaxies in the nearby Universe. She loves learning and sharing her passion for science. She is also an avid birder.

Math-regChesley, ON – The latest Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) results from the 2013 – 2014 Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics show that Bluewater District School Board students are exceeding the provincial average.
The most notable gains are in Grade 9 Applied Mathematics, where 51 percent of Bluewater students met or exceeded the provincial standard. This is 4 percent higher than the provincial average of 47 percent and also signals a dramatic increase of 13 percent for Bluewater in comparison to the previous year's score.


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