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Street drugs a lethal menace

March 15, 2019   ·   0 Comments

IT HAS BEEN A TRAGIC WEEK for at least two families in Dufferin County.  Following more than a year without a recorded death due to ...

Malls aren’t what they used to be

By Anthony Carnovale I had myself a moment the other day. My son and I were sitting in a lounge area outside the Pottery Barn ...

100 days in office

By Sandy Brown Our elected members of Council started early, with a couple of social nights to get to know each other.   It seemed ...

Time is a funny thing

By Brian Lockhart What time is it?  Well, somewhere in the world it’s time for cocktails.  Somewhere else it’s time for a 10:00 a.m. meeting ...

Xinjiang – The silence of the Muslims

By Gwynne Dyer Muslim governments were not silent when Burma murdered thousands of Rohingya, its Muslim minority, and expelled 700,000 of them across the border ...

NDBL celebrates achievements in baseball

By Brian Lockhart The North Dufferin Baseball League celebrated 2018 achievements at an awards lunch on March 10 in Lisle. The League recognized Bill Patton ...

Alliston one game away from Junior C championship

By Brian Lockhart The Alliston Hornets are one game away from claiming the Carruthers Division Junior C championship after a convincing 6-2 win over the ...

Trip to Costa Rica ‘changed my life’ says ODSS student

By Mike Baker “This trip changed my life,” Annabelle Mathieson, a Grade 11 student at Orangeville District Secondary School, explained shortly after her return from ...

Canoe North a ‘really different’ kind of touring company

By Constance Scrafield “Between staff and clients, we feed 20 people a day from June 1 to September 5,” said Al Pace. “There are loads ...

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s TO’s Creative Partners on Stage

By Constance Scrafield “The hardest thing to do in the theatre is to play comedy,” David Nairn, Artistic Director of Theatre Orangeville, confirmed.  He was ...

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