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Ex-Premier Kathleen Wynne explains why she’s still in politics

February 6, 2020   ·   0 Comments

By Constance Scrafield Former Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne says of Orangeville, “It’s really a fine place… I’ve been coming here for years, because my grandchildren ...

No barricade to protect Orangeville home struck by multiple vehicles

By Mike Baker Orangeville Council has committed to carrying out some work to promote safe driving practices along McCannell Avenue, but not the installation of ...

VE Day, insulin discovery coming to Defining Moments Canada

By Marni Walsh Retired history teacher Neil Orford, who now leads the heritage education organization Defining Moments Canada, shared two exciting announcements in an interview ...

Dozens brave the weather as Great Canadian Pond Spiel takes over Island Lake

By Brian Lockhart It’s an event several hundred years in the making. The Great Canadian Pond Spiel, hosted by the Orangeville Curling Club, places curlers ...

Blues and Jazz Festival presents Stone Free Tribute to Jimi Hendrix

By Constance Scrafield A Stone Free Tribute to Jimi Hendrix is playing this Friday, February 7 at the Opera House as the major fund-raising event ...

Missing Melancthon husky leads to suspicion of dog theft

By Alyssa Parkhill One of the most terrifying feelings when owning a pet, is to have him or her go missing.  A beautiful husky with ...

Orangeville and District SPCA to participate in National Cupcake Day

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville and District SPCA will kick off National Cupcake Day to help local animals in need of attention and a home. ...

Sweetheart Tournament fills local arenas with girl’s hockey

By Brian Lockhart The annual Orangeville Tigers Sweetheart Tournament brought 1275 players and 85 teams from as far away as Timmins to battle it out ...

Junior C hockey schedule down to final games

By Brian Lockhart The Junior C hockey schedule is down to the final few games as small town hockey in the region gears up for ...

EDITORIAL: Health teams may face challenge

ONE BIG REASON offered for the fact that the SARS epidemic of 2003 killed 44 Ontario residents but only four British Columbians is that a ...

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