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saublesunset-by Joey Gentile

Ah, summer. The time of year when the thermometer is supposed to rise above 20 degrees, and people pack up their long pants and long woolen sleeves in exchange for a pair of knee cut shorts and a tank top. The smell of mid day snacks such as French Fries wafting through the fresh, warm air rattling the trees and blowing through our hair. The laughter from kids, young and old, now that school is indeed out for summer. What more can one want for Canadian summer?

As soon as the May "two/four" comes around, some pack their summer necessities waiting to be used, to a place very near and dear to many hearts. Right off of County Road 8 appear the lovely sight of cute,...

picnicmusic10-Jon Farmer

When I was a kid, the local parks were extensions of our yards. I grew up on 8th Ave A East just around the corner from Owen Heights Park with its swings, slides, monkey bars, tire swing, and teeter-totters. My sister, neighbours, and I spent ...

Chamber-logo-borderedPeter Reesor, CEO and Chair of the Advocacy Committee of the Owen Sound & District Chamber of Commerce, made the following deputation at the special meeting of the Owen Sound city council about the Bluewater District School Board's Accomodation Review.

 

As the voice of nearly 450+ members of the local business community, the mission of the Owen Sound and District Chamber of Commerce is to develop and ...

owensound1919-by Anne Finlay-Stewart

In 1858, the first Owen Sound high school was built on the site of the former Strathcona School. Grey-Bruce was blossoming and high schools soon began to open in Meaford, Walkerton, Hanover and Kincardine.

The Owen Sound Collegiate gained a reputation for ...

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