Join the Meaford Legion Branch 32 for their annual Remembrance Day procession and ceremony at the Cenotaph. Cenotaph in front of Meaford Hall, 12 Nelson Street East
(Source: Municipality of Meaford; Image: Dan Cooper Group)
A short Remembrance Day parade begins at 10:45 am sharp at the Tremont, Collingwood, walking one block to the Cenotaph located at the Collingwood Museum at 45 St. Paul St. Everyone is invited back to the Collingwood Legion afterwards for a free community lunch at 490 Ontario Street.
(Source: Town of Collingwood)
There will be a march to the Cenotaph where the Remembrance Day Service will be held. Following the parade and Remembrance Day Service, participants, veterans and families are invited to the Wasaga Stars Arena (425 River Rd. W., Wasaga Beach) for refreshments.
In Owen Sound, the parade will march from Metro parking lot following 2nd Ave. E.
to 8th Street and the Cenotaph on 1st Ave. W, form up at Metro at 10:00 am and march off at about 10:30 am. Bystanders will have access to the sidewalk on 8th Street only.
Traffic will be allowed to use 8th Street as soon as the parade is off the street.
(Source: Owen Sound Legion)
The Town of Collingwood will be undertaking a consultation regarding the implementation of a lobbyist registry as part of its intention to be a high-performing, 21st-century organization. This new initiative, to be implemented in January 2020, will provide more transparency and is meant to inform the public of the stakeholders involved in the various matters of the Town. The stakeholder and public engagement will occur throughout the month of November, 2019 to contribute to developing the most appropriate application of a lobbyist registry for the Town. The Town’s newly appointed accountability officer is expected to act as the registrar and will be the key point person for questions or feedback.
(Source: Collingwood Today)
The Accessible Parking Space at Meaford Museum is temporarily unavailable until about April 2020. An alternate accessible parking space has been created (located to the north of the current space).
(Source: Municipality of Meaford)
In the NHL, the Chicago Blackhawks struck early and then held off the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4 last night.
A goal 21 seconds into overtime saw Winnipeg end Dallas’ winning streak at four games with a 3-2 victory
New Jersey defeated Vancouver 2-1.
Edmonton downed Anaheim 6-2.
Only two games tonight with Arizona at Washington and Ottawa at Carolina (both games 7:00 pm).
In the CFL, Sunday, the Edmonton Eskimos beat the Montreal Alouettes 37-29 in the Eastern Semi-Final.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated the Calgary Stampeders 35-14 to win the Western Semi-Final. With the win, the Bombers advance to the Western Final where they will take on the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
In the NBA, the Toronto Raptors beat the LA Lakers Sunday 108-100.
The Raptors continue on the road tonight as they play the Los Angeles Clippers; game time 10:30 pm.
In tennis, Novak Djokovic took full advantage of Matteo Berrettini’s erratic forehand to beat the Italian 6-2, 6-1 Sunday in the opening match of the ATP Finals.
Locally, the Meaford Knights lost on home ice to the Bradford Rattlers Saturday night 7-5.
(Sources: TSN, Meaford Knights)