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Initially known as Chickens Harbour, the town was renamed Collingwood in 1854. After many years of discussion; Collingwood and Toronto were finally connected by railway – completed in 1855. Once the railroad was in place; Collingwood began to flourish as a shipping and shipbuilding town. Freight and passenger traffic between American ports and the town was so heavy at one point, that Collingwood boasted a United States consulate. Through the 1850’s and 60’s the Shipyards flourished and at peak times there were more than 1000 people employed before the yard ultimately closed in 1986. Now Collingwood Thrives as a 4 season, active community with a thriving tourism industry. Collingwood has 4 public elementary schools (Admiral, Cameron, Mountain View and Connaught) as well as a Catholic school (St. Marys) and a private school (Pretty River, Grades 1-12). Collingwood has 2 high schools: public (Collingwood collegiate) and catholic (Jean vanier).

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