Gisele Winton Sarvis, Special to Postmedia Network


The Stayner Siskins, shown here during their home-opener at Stayner Memorial Arena last Thursday, are off to an 8-0 start to the Provincial Junior Hockey League season. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/PHOTO

Siskins off to another hot start

The Stayner Siskins are hot this season with an 8-0 record in Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) play.

Collingwood-area turbine project put to rest

Bats and aircrafts can fly without the threat of a collision with a wind turbine now that wpd Canada will not be building eight wind turbines near Collingwood Regional Airport.

Wasaga Beach Area One is a popular destination for visitors and locals alike. Town council is looking at adding lifeguards to patrol part of the world’s longest freshwater beach. POSTMEDIA NETWORK FILES

Wasaga Beach rethinks lifeguards

It won’t be carte blanche for lifeguards at Wasaga Beach next summer as council sent back a report to staff that called for $250,000 worth of protection for 600 metres of shoreline.

GISELE WINTON SARVIS/Special to the Enterprise-Bulletin Frank Giannone, president of Fram Building Group Ltd., left answers a question from the audience during the public meeting held at the Wasaga Beach Rec Plex regarding the building of a downtown in Wasaga Beach, while Andrew McNeill, director of economic development and tourism looks on.

Questions addressed on downtown project

WASAGA BEACH – Wasaga Beach’s downtown will be a unique, people-friendly development if the town signs a partnership with developers Fram and Slokker promised Frank Giannone, president of the Fram Building Group Ltd.

GISELE WINTON SARVIS/Special to the Enterprise-Bulletin Several members of the Wasaga Beach council gallery Tuesday afternoon wore black T-shirts reading “I stand with Sylvia” or stickers that read “My silence speaks volumes. I support Sylvia Bray” with a yellow face graphic with an X for a mouth.

Conduct issue to go to integrity commissioner

WASAGA BEACH – Ontario Provincial Police and Wasaga Beach firefighters attended the Tuesday afternoon council make-up meeting but the packed gallery and council remained calm and the agenda was light.

SUBMITTED Joshua Noronha, 25, suffered a broken neck that has left him paralyzed from the neck down in a trampoline accident that took place on Aug. 18 at Collingwood Trampoline where he worked as a trampoline coach. He remains in intensive care at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help the family with medical expenses.

Man paralyzed after trampoline accident

A young Collingwood man who dreamed of opening a trampoline studio remains in hospital following a horrific trampoline accident that has left him paralyzed.

GISELE WINTON SARVIS/Special to the Enterprise-Bulletin Ariel Amaral, 34, who trains in Collingwood and is a sponsored racer with Blu Wave SUP, is part of the nine-member Team Canada heading to the International Surf Association’s World Championships in Denmark Sept. 1 to 10. She’s seen competing at the recent Ontario SUP race held during Sidelaunch Days in Collingwood.

Athlete of the Week: Ariel Amaral

Ariel Amaral has all the momentum she needs going into the World Paddleboard Championship in Denmark Sept. 1 to 10.

GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN Clearview Deputy Mayor Barry Burton is seen at the opening of the Clearview Youth Centre last November.

Youth centre partners with United Way

CLEARVIEW TWP. — The Clearview Youth Centre (CYC) is growing roots now that it has secured United Way of Simcoe Muskoka (UWSM) as a funding partner for at least the next two years.

Melissa Haskett, centre, mother of drowning victim Zack Haskett addresses the crowd gathered at Beach Area One Tuesday night to remember drowning victims and talk about measures to prevent further tragedies. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Vigil shines light on need for lifeguards

WASAGA BEACH -- "Enough is enough" said Melissa Haskett, about drownings at Wasaga Beach where there are currently no lifeguards and little safety equipment.

GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN Wasaga Beach was teeming with tens of thousands of people and motorcycles during the third annual Wasaga Beach Motorcycle Rally.

GALLERY: Riders roll in to Wasaga Beach

WASAGA BEACH — The third annual Wasaga Beach Motorcycle Rally drew more than 50,000 motorcycles and an unbelievably large crowd to Wasaga Beach this past weekend, filling local hotels and restaurants.