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Time for a change

January 5, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Todd Taylor In 2017, our local elected officials have experienced significant criticisms for votes they made and actions that they have taken. In municipal ...

Pay cheque to pay cheque

By Brian Lockhart On January 1, when the calender flipped over to a new year, the minimum wage in Ontario rose to $14 per hour ...

2018 – the Year of Shift

By Constance Scrafield Since 2007,  11 countries across Africa have engaged together to build a wall of trees  along the southern edge of the Sahara ...

Some thoughts on sentencing

IN THIS NEW YEAR, one subject likely to come up in the House of Commons is reform of the Criminal Code of Canada’s provisions setting ...

Will public input be meaningful?

AS YOU MIGHT HAVE SEEN elsewhere in this week’s paper, a public meeting to discuss the proposed Greenwood gravel pit at Violet Hill has had ...

Jr A Flyers stymied by Patriots

By Brian Lockhart In their last game of 2017, the Orangeville Junior A Flyers just couldn’t do much against the Toronto Patriots. The Flyers opened ...

Millpond Hockey Classic at Alton Mills

The World Junior game between Canada and the U.S. may have been the big hockey news story this week when the teams played at an ...

Otters compete at Ontario Junior International Meet

Claire Howard and Logan Tucker from the Orangeville Otters Swim Club competed at the Ontario Junior International Meet hosted by Swim Ontario that took place ...

My Fair Lady to open OMT’s 40th anniversary season

By Constance Scrafield Community theatre in our area is remarkable for both the quality of the productions and the loyalty of the members and the ...

2017 Year in Review: January

January 5 • We started the year with some big, big news. Longtime Orangeville councillor Gail Campbell revealed she will not be seeking re-election this ...

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