May 2015 Archive

Electrical Bills

Troubled for years by the “line loss” charged by Hydro One, and having sought justification without success from the Ontario Energy Board and Hydro One, ...

Why Hydro selloff makes no sense

THE DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES of the Harris government’s decision to sell its only toll road to a private consortium should have been enough to deter them, ...

Jr B Northmen first place in division

The Orangeville Junior B Northmen slammed the Elora Mohawks 16-5 Thursday night (May 21) at the Alder Street arena in Orangeville to add another two ...

Kushindokai students at tournament

Students from Orangeville’s Kushindokai Karate and Fitness travelled to Georgetown on Sunday, May 24, to compete in the Crispin Super Shiai. In the 6 year-old ...

Special council meeting Monday to discuss grant opportunity

At Monday night’s Orangeville Council meeting it was decided council will hold a special meeting next Monday, June 1 at 4 p.m., to discuss a ...

Pan Am Torch Relay to begin in Toronto this Saturday

This Saturday will be Day 1 of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay, presented by President’s Choice and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming ...

Jumpstart campaign Saturday to help needy kids get to play

It’s no secret that Orangeville is a community that loves its sports. From thriving minor hockey, soccer and baseball programs, to competitive leagues, adult leagues ...

Proposed townhouse projects a concern of nearby residents

Despite a relatively dry agenda for Monday evening’s Orangeville Council meeting, one topic hit the ‘hot’ spot for local residents, the issue of two proposed ...

Town police warn of scam targeting local businesses

The Orangeville Police Service has sent out a release alerting the community concerning a new scam that has been targeting local businesses and residents over ...

The division of Mono?

In regard to Mr McCrae’s comments of turning the Town of Mono into a Ward system, Mr. McCrae has noted the unusual multifaceted differences in ...

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