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Family Transition Place hosting International Women’s Day event

February 23, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Jasen Obermeyer Family Transition Place (FTP) will be hosting a luncheon on Wednesday, March 8, International Women’s Day, celebrating the challenges and accomplishments of ...

First Line for Syria seeking help from public

By Marni Walsh Currently guiding two Syrian families, including a family of nine in Shelburne, First Line for Syria members find themselves stretched to the ...

Monday Night at the Movies accepting food bank donations

By Jasen Obermeyer Monday Night at the Movies is screening the movie I, Daniel Blake next Monday, February 27, in support of Orangeville’s Food Bank ...

DOZENS OF LOCAL RESIDENTS gathered outside Orangeville District Secondary School on Tuesday (Feb. 21) to show their support for the local high school’s Teddy Bear Playschool program, which is set to be shut down at the end of the current school year following three decades of programming in the community.

Local resident leads battle to save Teddy Bear Playschool

By Mike Pickford As the clock continues to tick down on the popular Teddy Bear Playschool program at Orangeville District Secondary School (ODSS), one local ...

GEORGIAN COLLEGE’S Orangeville campus, located on Centennial Road, is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary in the community this year.

Georgian College to mark 10 years in permanent home

By Mike Pickford Georgian College will celebrate a major milestone in Orangeville this year, with the post-secondary institution on the cusp of marking its 10th ...

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Hospice Dufferin looking to grow its services throughout rural community

By Mike Pickford One of the most unique, yet necessary community service organizations in the region is looking to get its name out there in ...