November 2014 Archive

Photos, pet adoptions focus of OSPCA’s Christmas campaigns

Just as the Christmas season means a lot of hustle and bustle for all of us, it means the same for the Ontario SPCA’s Orangeville ...

Orangeville served as training venue for Team Canada athletes

The past two weekends, the Town of Orangeville and Teen Ranch Canada provided training facilities and accommodations for Team Canada athletes for the 2015 Special ...

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 ...

Should it be a national holiday?

THERE ARE GOOD ARGUMENTS both for and against Parliament’s adoption of a private member’s bill that would make November 11 a national holiday. The day ...

Might be a great test of the potential

WITHOUT A DOUBT, the one great issue in the Greater Toronto Area is transportation infrastructure, and although there are huge differences of opinion on how ...

Headwaters Arts Festival: more than just art for sale

This is the perfect time of year to buy an original piece of art. The whole area is vibrant with Nature’s festival of fall colours ...

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 ...

Torchbearers sought for Pan Am relay, deadline looming

Orangeville will have the opportunity to be part of Pan Am history as it welcomes the  2015 Pan Am Torch Relay to the community next ...

Jr A Flyers maintain second place in West Division

What a difference a year makes. The Orangeville Flyers Junior A squad have already surpassed their win total from the entire 2013 / 14 season. ...

Jr A Flyers pull off OT win over Burlington

It was a strange game for sure on Friday night between the Orangeville Junior A Flyers and the Burlington Cougars. After going ahead in the ...

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