April 2015 Archive

Norman Bray faces conflicts in Performance of His Life

There will be several remarkable pieces on the set of Norman Bray in the Performance of his Life. They include a chair, a bed and ...

A rebuttal

Mr. Hooker turns logic and reason on its head in his letter “The Endangered Species Act” published in your paper March 26, 2015. Having an ...

Infrastructure needs pose challenges

THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD infrastructure should be obvious to one and all, be it at the federal, provincial or municipal level and in the areas ...

Serious discussion needed

Mark van Trigt attempts to discredit my April 1st opinion piece about how the Ontario government did not report the input of citizens who disagreed ...

McGuinness wins unanimous decision

After being out of the game for a year and a-half, Logan “Cotton” McGuinness made what could be called a triumphant return to the ring ...

Is this really making us any safer?

ALL THE LEGISLATION has been carefully crafted to get votes from a population that sees crime as getting worse every day, applauds “life for a ...

Franjic out in the first round

“Silent” Steve Franjic’s return to the ring at Mississauga’s Hershey Centre on Saturday (Mar. 28) ended in disappointment for the Orangeville boxer when the fight ...

Baco Noir: Dan Needles’ latest treat has Spirit

“It’s been a great process,” said actor Craig Pike, who plays the role of Bruce in the upcoming production of Baco Noir, opening at Theatre ...

Dufferin schools move to b-ball semi-finals

Local Dufferin County elementary public schools are getting fewer in the basketball tournament as the advancing teams wrapped up their last games and are now ...

12th session fails to produce consensus on Town budget

Orangeville Council’s 12th budget committee meeting of 2015 bore as little fruit as the rest have, as the councillors managed to knock no more than ...

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