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Another $30,000 needed for work to start on proposed Bravery Park

February 16, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Mike Pickford The push to give Orangeville Canada’s first Bravery Park needs one last helping hand from the community to get it over the ...

25 ODSS students, 4 teachers leaving Friday for Ecuador

By Mike Pickford Following a hugely successful inaugural service trip to Costa Rica this time last year, four teachers at Orangeville District Secondary School (ODSS) ...

Orangeville business partners up for national award

By Mike Pickford An Orangeville resident and her business partner are on cloud nine after being nominated for a prestigious national business award that recognizes ...

This is Caledon’s week of Pay It Forward – the art of kindness

By Constance Scrafield On January 30, a proclamation was sent out by Caledon Mayor Allan Thompson proclaiming  the week of February 11 to 17 as ...

Jones gives new minister list of DC transportation needs

By Mike Pickford Almost a month on from Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s cabinet reshuffle, Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones is keen to ensure that the new ...

Province scrubs plans for new 400-style road across Caledon

Bu Bill Rea The Province has announced it is not moving ahead with the proposed highway in the GTA West Corridor, and that has sparked reactions ...

Mono objects to Greenwood’s proposed Violet Hill pit

By Jasen Obermeyer After long and protracted discussions, public meetings and debates, Mono council unanimously objected to Greenwood Construction Ltd.’s application for a proposed Violet ...