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10th annual Hike for Hospice fundraiser coming on May 6

Written By MIKE PICKFORD With old man winter hopefully on his way out, the community’s primary palliative care provider is gearing up for its biggest fundraiser of the year. Hospice Dufferin has provided support and assistance to thousands of families ...

Council approves first electric vehicle charger for downtown Orangeville

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER After having seen the matter brought forward and discussed at several council meetings, Orangeville council has approved the purchase and installation ...

Local journalist remembered for his humour and integrity

Written By MIKE PICKFORD The sudden passing of veteran newsman Bill Rea has sent shockwaves across Caledon and much of Dufferin County. Serving as editor ...

Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones endorsed by GreenPAC group for her environmental leadership

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER GreenPAC, a non-partisan group seeking to support environmental leadership of candidates from all political parties, has endorsed Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones’ ...

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS: The 21st annual Lions Home and Garden Show took place at the Orangeville Fairgrounds over weekend (April 7-8) with a huge line-up of participants and large crowds of visitors. There was a wide variety of business and vendors showcasing everything from home renovations and gardening to landscaping and real estate. Above, Elnaz and Suzan from Ace Gardens pose for a photo at their booth.

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Screwball Comedy – all you ever wanted from the 30s

By Constance Scrafield It will not matter if you have never watched an old black and white comic film from the late 1930’s. There were ...

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: Longtime Caledon Citizen editor Bill Rea pictured above alongside Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones, in a rare shot on the other side of the camera. The veteran journalist passed away last weekend after suffering a suspected heart attack at his Bolton-area home.

CONCENTRATION: A curler lines up a shot at the Orangville Curling Club’s Ladies Closing Bonspiel on Saturday, April 7. Curlers from di  erent leagues came together for one fi nal day on the ice sheets as the curling season comes to a close.

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Tears in Humboldt – a nation understands Tragedy on our Field of Dreams

Written by BRIAN LOCKHART It is a Junior playoff series that will never be finished, a championship that may never be decided, and a small ...