October 2014 Archive

Bikers: Busting Myths

As a motorcyclist of seven years and a member of a local social riding club, I have often thought about how stereotypes are formed and ...

Can we make our highways safer?

EVEN A SINGLE HIGHWAY FATALITY is one too much, but recent months have brought with them a totally unacceptable rash of deaths on Dufferin-area roads. ...

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 ...

MPs were “terrified” during gun fight in Parliament

It’s “business as usual” today (Thursday) on Parliament Hill, but Dufferin-Caledon MP David Tilson reports things were pretty scary yesterday. Wednesday saw what is thought to ...

Royals baseball team bow out of playoffs

The Centre Dufferin District High School Royals baseball team finished the season with a 3-1 loss to the Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute Gaels during playoff ...

Winning weekend for Junior A Flyers

The Orangeville Jurior A Flyers waited until the last minute – literally – to win Friday (Oct. 19) nights game against the Hamilton Red Wings. ...

Orangeville Mayoralty: It’s ‘A People Person’s Job’: Adams

As a public service, what with the municipal elections coming up, we thought we would learn what it takes to be Mayor of Orangeville; what ...

‘Too many things slipping through cracks’: Williams

When Councillor Jeremy Williams announced himself as a mayoral candidate in the October 27 municipal election, it came as a shock and surprise to many. ...

Rotary’s new splash pad to be ready next spring

As winter draws near and Canadians mourn the loss of this past summer with returning to work and school, Orangeville’s youth now have something to ...

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 ...

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