October 2014 Archive

Family feels ‘shunned’

An open letter to Mono Council Re: The Baker Trail It was very disheartening to hear that the Official Opening of the Baker Trail took ...

Election reflections

FOR ONCE, Toronto has made a real step forward, in more ways than one, and offers an example that we think should be followed locally. ...

Bears football play final game

The football season is over for the Orangeville District High School Bears after a final game loss to the Our Lady of Lourdes Crusaders on ...

Senior hockey gets underway in Shelburne

Senior AA hockey is underway in Shelburne with the Muskies winning their first home game on Saturday (Oct. 25) night at the Centre Dufferin Recreation ...

National Special Olympics swim team training in Orangeville

Members of the 2015 National Special Olympics Swim Team will stay at Teen Ranch from Thursday to Sunday and will hold a training camp at ...

New Headwaters Chief of Staff is a dedicated professional

Determination and a strong dedication to the medical profession, as a leader, an administrator and a clinician brought Dr. Somaiah Ahmed to the position of ...

Voter turnout in North Dufferin was disappointing

A minority of North Dufferin’s eligible  voters exercised their democratic privilege Monday and delivered new councils to the next four-year term of municipal office. Voter ...

Lots of new faces on smaller County Council

As a result of Monday’s municipal elections, there will be plenty of new faces on Dufferin County Council, but for the first time in County ...

Most eligible voters stay home, two mayors lose their jobs

After nearly two months straight of campaigning, extreme signage, debates and Facebook conversations, the municipal elections in Dufferin are history. This year will see the ...

Flag lowered in respect for murdered soldier

Canadians across the country were rocked by the situation as it unfolded in Ottawa yesterday, and now wait with bated breath to find out what ...

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