November 2014 Archive

Terry Sanderson dead at 62

Best known to a younger generation as general manager of Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League but to older residents as a player who ...

45 in cast at OMT’s ‘Aladdin’ this weekend

A cast of 45 youngsters between the ages of five and 16 will fill the stage at Westside Secondary School this weekend for four performances ...

An open letter to our community

In response to the many recent disclosures of sexual violence against women, including the recent allegations of sexual assault against a well-known CBC broadcaster and ...

Studded tires: Damage vs benefit?

WE WONDER HOW MANY of the cars that were caught last week in multi-vehicle pileups on Ontario’s freeways or wound up in ditches after skidding ...

Jr A Flyers win over Milton in OT

The Orangeville Junior A Flyers won their Saturday night game against the Milton Icehawks, but they had to go into overtime to get the job ...

Alliston leading Junior C loop

The Alliston Hornets have moved into first place in the Georgian Mid Ontario Hockey League and are now seven points ahead of the second place ...

Local chef Pia Wiesen to launch first cookbook

Anyone who has had the chance to dine at Pia’s on Broadway knows that her cooking is beyond delicious; it’s divine. Cooking has been a ...

UG Board wants HST eliminated

At its November 2014 meeting, held Tuesday night in Guelph, the Upper Grand District School Board decided that its Orangeville office should be renamed for ...

Public being consulted on Lafarge expansion

Lafarge Canada is looking to expand its operation near Caledon village, and is trying to keep the public up to date. The company hosted an ...

Jackson gets his dream: to swim with dolphins in the Bahamas

For nearly 30 years, The Sunshine Foundation of Canada has been making dreams and wishes come true for children in Canada with severe disabilities and ...

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