News & Notices

Collingwood Commons
Private & Public partnership brings new ecommerce portal to help local businesses sell during COVID-19 crisis.
April 14, 2020
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Several tech experts have been working with the Business Development Centre in downtown Collingwood creating a new digital marketplace that will help businesses.

Business - Essential
Town Takes Action on Business Recovery
April 6, 2020
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The Town of Collingwood is developing an Economic Support and Recovery Task Force to advise Council on supporting and assisting local businesses on rebuilding the local economy and investments. Discover COVID-19 Business Recovery Resources, including webinars, funding, and support initiatives.

County Business Survey
How Is COVID-19 Impacting Your Business?
March 25, 2020
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The County of Simcoe has launched a Business Impact Survey with partners.

Grow Your Business
Spring Business Events Calendar
March 6, 2020
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Educational and networking opportunities online will help you keep you and your business moving forward.  We are actively working to identify additional oppportunities to support our local businesses.  


Whiskylicious Festival Comes Back to Collingwood
February 19, 2020
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Includes return of the Whisky Walk in Downtown Collingwood

Economic Development Action Plan
Mayor’s Advisory Team on Economic Development Announced
November 19, 2019
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Advisory Team to help build new Economic Development Action Plan

Water Canada
Local Tech Companies Tackle Stormwater Challenges
October 28, 2019
Business Buzz

 Collingwood’s cluster of tech companies are piloting a unique approach to stormwater management using an interconnected set of devices.  Known as the Stormwater Collingwood Pilot Project, a group of companies specializing in water related technologies came together several years ago to solve a problem…reducing the amount of water that comes off houses during major storm events, and then spills into stormwater systems.  They hypothesized that if water could be better managed at the house ‘lot’ level, there could be a significant decrease in spikes the Town’s stormwater systems experience.  And there could be additional spinoff benefits, including lowering the risk of flooded basements.

The Voice
October 18, 2019
Business Buzz

This article was written by Patrick Marshall, B.M.E. (undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Australia), Vice President of Product Management, MacLean Engineering.

Back to Business Schedule
Back To Business Schedule Is Out!
October 2, 2019
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Back to Business Schedule features more than 10 business events!

Economic Development Action Plan
Town Launches plan for creating next Economic Development Action Plan
September 25, 2019
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Advisory Team applications now being accepted