April 2014 Archive

Mono Council, residents slam Provincial Policy Statement

By Tabitha Wells – A special public meeting hosted Tuesday night by Mono Council got incredibly heated, with residents and council members voicing their disagreement ...

‘Stop the destruction’

It has come to the attention of many citizens of north Mono that a local family company is working to acquire a parcel of land ...

County accepts Ontario One Call service

By James Matthews – Dufferin County will enter into the provincially legislated Ontario One Call service agreement and enact appropriate bylaws. The county’s public works ...

FOIL to launch campaign to finish perimeter trail

By Tabitha Wells – Over the past few years the Friends of Island Lake (FOIL) have worked to make the trails around Island Lake Conservation ...

A spring election? Maybe in 2015

AS WE SEE IT, all signs point to a spring election in Ontario, but not this spring. Despite the TV commercials showing Premier Kathleen Wynne ...

‘Shakespeare’s Songbook’ OCA to present Toronto Consort’s early music

By Constance Scrafield – One might wonder just what “early music” is and why a concert of it would be irresistible. The answer to the first ...

Hockey Moms host 7th annual event

  Jennifer Widbur tournament in support of Headwaters Around 180 hockey players – all women, turned out for the 7th annual Jennifer Widbur Memorial Hockey ...

Queen Milli of Galt: what’s the whole truth?

In 1972, shortly after the death of the Duke of Windsor (Edward VIII), there appeared on the Milroy family monument in a cemetery in Galt, ...

Local Midget AA player will compete in national tournament

By Brian Lockhart –  In her first season as a Midget AA player, Victoria Klimek has already set the bar in girl’s hockey. On her ...

‘Sunshine List’ issues

In the Thursday April 10, 2014 issue James Matthews received front page coverage for his article “Town, school board employees on soaring 2013 Sunshine List”. ...

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