March 2014 Archive

FTP marked International Women’s Day March 7

By Tabitha Wells There is something amiss, when in a world where 50 per cent of the population is women, that the majority of prominent ...

Caledon looking at medicinal ‘pot’ zoning

By Bill Rea The federal government allows the production and distribution of medicinal marijuana, but a big concern is where. That issue has been raised ...

Schools, health pros alerted to red measles outbreak

Local public health authorities have advised area schools and health professionals to an outbreak of red measles involving a resident of Wellington County. Janice Walters, ...

County, DWPI reach corridor pact

By Wes Keller In a tight vote that’s certain to rankle some Dufferin residents, county council Thursday voted to approve an easement agreement for a ...

Library hosts Human Library event

By James Matthews Variety is the spice of a healthy society, as witnessed at Orangeville Public Library last Saturday. The library’s Mill Street branch hosted ...

Humber College looks to expand

By James Matthews –  Humber College will introduce two new programs this fall at its campus in Orangeville’s Alder Street Recreation Centre. Some of the ...

New anti-spam law pushes permission-based marketing

By Tabitha Wells If you’re a business owner, new federal legislation could lead to heavy fines if you’re not careful about how you do your ...

Americans done for the season

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Americans are finished for the season after losing game four of their best-of- five round one series to the Alliston ...

What can be done?

I read with interest the letter from Carmine Marcello, President and CEO of Hydro One, regarding to his apology for the actions of Customer Service ...

Squad claims CWOSSA title

  Can the Orangeville District Secondary School Bears hockey team go the distance? The Bears seem unstoppable after an outstanding season that has earned them ...

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