Welcome Rogers Hometown Hockey
On the air with Rogers Hometown Hockey with Ron and Tara from Downtown Collingwood
–photo courtesy Rogers Sportsnet – Rogers Hometown Hockey
It was my pleasure to welcome Hockey Night in Canada’s Ron MacLean to Collingwood. MacLean and Tara Slone will host the Sunday December 30th edition of Rogers Hometown Hockey, broadcasting to the nation from Downtown Collingwood!
One of the Sportsnet television promos described Collingwood as Canada’s most beautiful town … who can argue with that?
The Collingwood Lightning Girls Hockey Team with Mayor Brian Saunderson toured the Rogers Hometown Hockey mobile broadcast studio and presented Ron MacLean and Tara Slone with team jerseys.
Collingwood Mayor Brian Saunderson and Councillors were presented with a special hockey jersey by Rogers Hometown Hockey.
–photo courtesy of Rogers Hometown Hockey Twitter
Former NHL player Scott Thornton with co-host of Rogers Hometown Hockey Tara Slone and Collingwood Mayor Brian Saunderson following a Sledge Hockey Game in the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena.
It was an honour to spend some time with Natalie Spooner, Canadian Olympic Medal winner, at Rogers Hometown Hockey in Downtown Collingwood.
What a great image of our downtown! Young people enjoyed game after game of ball hockey on Hurontario Street with our clock tower keeping track of game time!
Frozen In Time Festival
The popular Frozen In Time Festival is a terrific way to celebrate winter in Collingwood. Young people (and some big people!) were enjoying time on the massive ice slide in front of Town Hall.
Join me in welcoming the Hussein family to Collingwood from Iraq. They arrived on December First after living in a refugee camp in Germany for almost 5 years. Let’s all help them settle in their new home. We welcome them to our town. I was joined by Councillor Deb Doherty in the above photograph taken at Town Hall.
Brian Saunderson talked to his supporters and media following the announcement of his victory. Video report taken from CollingwoodLiving.com