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Kin Club’s Santa Claus Parade hits downtown this weekend

November 17, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Avery Park Dust off your Santa hats and get your letters ready, because the Kin Club’s Santa Claus Parade is coming to town! For ...

Orangeville teen among 100 students to visit Parliament Hill

By Mike Pickford Sixteen-year-old Orangeville resident Cameron Shimes had an opportunity to take a peek behind the proverbial curtain last week, taking in a trip ...

The Last Christmas Turkey: ‘Humour and Heart’

By Constance Scrafield The Last Christmas Turkey by Dan Needles is “about an owl,” says Debbie Collins, who plays the role of Spartacus in the ...

Legion members visit schools as guardians of Remembrance

By Brian Lockhart For younger people, Remembrance Day may not hold the inherent special significance that veterans and their families respect each November. After all, ...

Athlete inspires younger students to strive for greatness

By Brian Lockhart It is perseverance and believing in what you can do that makes your dreams and ambitions come true, local athlete Sarah Gillies ...

‘Paint for a Purpose’ CLD fundraiser for accessible van

By Constance Scrafield You may be surprised to learn that there is no government funding on any level for the transportation needs of Community Living ...

Moonlight Magic, Tractor Parade coming to Town on Friday night

By Avery Park Now that we’ve had some snow, you can definitely tell the holiday season is coming up, and Moonlight Magic is an excellent ...

Headwaters Health Care Centre seeks additional provincial funding

By Jasen Obermeyer Headwaters Health Care Centre CEO Stacey Daub was at Dufferin County Council last Thursday (Nov. 9) discussing the hospital’s need for more ...

Local teachers receive Governor General Award for Excellence

By Mike Pickford Two Montgomery Village Public School (MVPS) teachers have been recognized at the national level for their work in bringing the revolutionary ‘GrandPals’ ...

County Council approves 1.9 percent tax increase for 2018

By Jasen Obermeyer Dufferin County Council has approved its 2018 budget which involves a 1.9 percent increase in the county’s portion of property tax bills. ...

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