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War vet, former policeman Graham Trude battles inner demons through song

War vet, former policeman Graham Trude battles inner demons through song

'This is not just music to me; this is literal life and death,' Tiny-based singer-songwriter says. 'My everyday therapy in some way involves writing music and staying creative'
<b>ANOTHER TIME:</b> Once a common fishing tool, weirs used locally for centuries <b>(6 photos)</b>

ANOTHER TIME: Once a common fishing tool, weirs used locally for centuries (6 photos)

Local historian recounts the important role fish weirs once played for Indigenous people living in the area
Beach construction project causing consternation in Tiny

Beach construction project causing consternation in Tiny

The project involves construction of a structure in front of a boathouse that extends to the water’s edge near Balm Beach
'Absolutely incredible:' Local singer, progressive metal bandmates capture Grammy

'Absolutely incredible:' Local singer, progressive metal bandmates capture Grammy

James Labrie and his band Dream Theater took home the Grammy for Best Metal Performance
Union calls out Waypoint over 'concerning' executive wage hikes

Union calls out Waypoint over 'concerning' executive wage hikes

Salaries for five senior staff members increased 20 to 31 percent from 2020 to 2021
Tale of the tape stirs emotions for Ukrainian man, Penetanguishene hockey players <b>(5 photos)</b>

Tale of the tape stirs emotions for Ukrainian man, Penetanguishene hockey players (5 photos)

'Smallest things make a big impact,' Ukrainian-bound senior appreciates young team's gesture in taping sticks blue and yellow
With future unclear, SS Keewatin shuttered for third consecutive tourism season

With future unclear, SS Keewatin shuttered for third consecutive tourism season

'We don't have any way of predicting the outcome, and that's why we struggle to survive...to be here should she stay,' Friends of Keewatin president says of ship's future
<b>WATCH:</b> Glenn Howard reflects on a legendary curling life

WATCH: Glenn Howard reflects on a legendary curling life

Penetanguishene Curling Club skip chats with Curling Canada about his four Brier wins, playing with son Scott
Port McNicoll woman shares gratitude, love of nature <b>(5 photos)</b>

Port McNicoll woman shares gratitude, love of nature (5 photos)

Nadine Woods and her family have placed three Nature Gratitude boxes throughout community to allow others to share why they're grateful
<b>ANOTHER TIME:</b> Penetanguishene gets a 'sidewheeler' after War of 1812

ANOTHER TIME: Penetanguishene gets a 'sidewheeler' after War of 1812

Historian recounts tale of the Penetanguishene, a paddlewheel ship built at a time when land routes were difficult to traverse