January 2015 Archive

Council votes to apply for LAV III monument

A special meeting of council was held Friday evening to discuss a recommendation made by Mayor Jeremy Williams to submit an application to the Canada ...

Salt Crazy

I have noticed that the over use of salt has become a habit in Orangeville and other communities. Salt is a toxic substance and we ...

Better infrastructure: costly yet vital

ALTHOUGH THIS IS AN ELECTION YEAR only at the federal level, all three levels of government share a common need: improved infrastructure. Interestingly, it’s only ...

Americans move up a notch in standings

With five games left on the regular season schedule, the Orangeville Americans moved up to the number eight spot in the South Division of the ...

Ladies Day at Mono Nordic Ski Club

The conditions were good – cold but not freezing cold during the annual Ladies Day event hosted by the Mono Nordic Ski Club on Saturday, ...

Enhanced 911 system a topic at town’s budget session

At Monday night’s Finance and Administration Committee meeting for budget discussion, new spending for an enhanced 911 call system and the need to set priorities ...

‘Not Beyond us’ theme of World Cancer Day next week

Next Wednesday, World Cancer Day will be taking a positive, proactive approach in the fight against cancer, which will take place under the tagline ‘Not ...

Peter LeBlanc named one of Canada’s 40 outstanding principals

Not only is he tech-savvy and data-driven, he can name every one of the 340 students at his school.  Formerly principal of two Orangeville-area schools, ...

Crewson seeks nomination as D-C Liberal candidate

Dufferin-Caledon MP David Tilson sang Ed Crewson’s praises at a Shelburne gala in the former Shelburne mayor’s honour last Thursday, only to find out shortly ...

Chief Kalinski to prepare business plan for OPS

The Orangeville Police Services Board has cleared the way for Police Chief Wayne Kalinski to produce a new business plan for the town force. The ...

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