June 2014 Archive

Ontario Liberals’ election sweep not mirrored in Dufferin-Caledon

By Bill Rea and Tabitha Wells – While last Thursday’s provincial election produced a surprising Liberal majority, there were no surprises locally in Dufferin-Caledon. Sylvia ...

Garisto wants Hydro profits shared

A former deputy mayor urges the current town council to do taxpayers right with a recent boon from Orangeville Hydro. Orangeville businessman Nick Garisto, a ...

Better Green than Blue

Why do we have elections, Why do I vote? Society has the duty to express support, or the need for change, on how it feels ...

A campaign without precedenta

WHATEVER ELSE MIGHT BE SAID, the election campaign just ended was surely like none before it. At both the federal and provincial levels, voters for ...

Junior A Northmen annihilate Tomahawks

23-3 win over Mississauga   They have a mercy rule in baseball – maybe they should consider one in lacrosse. Friday night’s (June 6) Junior ...

Outlaws Peewees host Ajax Pickering for game three

The Orangeville Outlaws Peewee division squad put up a good fight but couldn’t shut down a strong Ajax Pickering offence during Sunday’s (June 8) Ontario ...

Caledon home to Miss Universe Canada 2014

By Bill Rea – It’s a major honour to be named Miss Universe Canada 2014, but Chanel Beckenlehner knows it’s also going to be a ...

5th Relay for Life set for Fairgrounds this weekend

By Tabitha Wells – The fifth annual Dufferin Relay for Life event will take place at the Orangeville Agricultural Society fairgrounds starting tomorrow night (Friday), ...

Hockey moms’ tourney raises $50,000 for Headwaters HCC

The Honeywood Hockey Moms, along with the family of Jennifer Widbur, presented a cheque for $50,000 to the Headwaters Health Care Foundation on June 3. ...

Final D-C all-candidates meeting had sparks flying

By Bill Rea – With the Ontario election then just a week away, the crowd meant business last Thursday night, and so did the candidates ...

Next Page »