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houseofrefugeIn 1904, Grey County built the state-of-the-art House of Refuge just south of Markdale for the county's "poor, old, and friendless folk." Frederick Gee, one of the first residents, wrote a newspaper column documenting events there, from 1904 to 1907. Today, John Butler, a retired health service planner, has gathered these columns into a new book titled House of Refuge. He provides a fascinating look at the lives and conditions of those early residents over a century ago. ...

tom thomson art galleryThe Staff and Advisory Committee of the Tom Thomson Art Gallery are thrilled to announce the re-opening of the Gallery to the public on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, premiering a compelling staff-curated exhibition titled the nature of it. This exhibition highlights the wide range of artwork by various artists ...

podcastAbout 10 percent of older adults suffer from abuse. This percentage is believed to be much higher, however, especially in Indigenous communities. People from these communities who would like to see a change are immediately needed to bring this problem to light and to ...

Summerfolk Backyard audition3Summerfolk 46 is charging ahead with an exciting special edition of our festival on August 21st and 22nd. To keep all of our patrons safe and abide by current crowd limits, the festival will be divided into a series of small backyard shows in and around Owen Sound. These intimate afternoon ...

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