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CAO Ed Brennan cites potential savings in recommending Council disband OPS

November 15, 2019   ·   0 Comments

By Mike Baker Orangeville CAO Ed Brennan is once again leading the charge for the Town to make drastic changes to local policing. Little more ...

Early 2020 budget forecast calls for 1.5 percent tax hike in Orangeville

By Mike Baker Town staff offered something of a sneak peek at Orangeville’s 2020 financials on Monday evening (Nov. 11), with very early estimates calling ...

Local Collaborative has site visit with Ministry on OHT application

By Mike Baker The Hills of Headwaters Collaborative may be one of the first to receive an Ontario Health Team (OHT) designation.  Last month, the ...

New PAWS legislation proposed for animal welfare services

By Alyssa Parkhill The Ontario government is expected to pass the new Provincial Animal Welfare (PAWS) Act legislation within the next month or so.  The ...

Sara Rose reflects on career as second album nears release

By Mike Baker Almost 18 months on from the release of her debut album and Orangeville recording artist Sara Rose is moving full speed ahead ...

Orangeville’s Bravery Park slated for completion next summer

By Mike Baker It’s mission almost accomplished for mother-daughter duo Shannon and Valerie McGrady, who last week announced the innovative Bravery Park project at Alder ...

Orangeville firefighters growing out their best ‘stache for Movember

By Brian Lockhart A group of Orangeville firefighters are looking a little fuzzy these days as they participate in Movember – a month-long initiative to ...

New ‘Lawless in Dufferin’ exhibit rolls back the years at local museum

By Brian Lockhart If you had been trying to sell a loaf of bread that didn’t quite weigh up to the standards of the local ...

Little Women, the musical returns a-fresh to Theatre Orangeville

By Constance Scrafield “It’s important, as a Canadian, I’m very proud. I’ve always wanted to be in this play. That Theatre Orangeville is producing this ...

A Dream is a Wish bringing fairytales to life in Dufferin County

By Brian Lockhart It seems a lot of young girls dream to grow up to be a princess. While that probably won’t happen, Cady Flynn ...

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