September 2015 Archive

Serving Democracy

Are you looking to make some pocket money and a difference in your community? Elections Canada needs your help to deliver the federal election. You ...

Which will it be, party or candidate?

BELIEVE IT OR NOT, the federal election is less than three weeks away. In fact, only 18 days remain in the longest campaign in memory, ...

ODSS Bears football host home opener

The Orangeville District Secondary School Bears football team will host their home opener on Friday, October 2, on the main field at the school. This ...

Jr A Flyers have three point week

The Orangeville Junior A Flyers are looking strong in the early going of the OJHL season with 11 point after seven games. Burlington is currently ...

Candidates agree there’s no need for return of the penny

The federal candidates in Dufferin-Caledon were again contacted in the last week for their spontaneous responses to some predetermined questions. Their answers  are presented here ...

Farm tour offers free visits to county farms

The importance of the Ontario agricultural industry, the value of a great weekend trip, and what there is to love about a quaint rural Dufferin ...

Spenser’s Heart fundraiser to be launched on Oct. 3

In 2013, the car accident that took the life of six-year old Spenser McFadyen shocked and saddened the community. Since then, the memory of the ...

$1.2M injection for reserves a hot topic at Town Council

A topic that dominated Orangeville Council’s 2015 budget debates – the need to replenish the Town’s depleted reserves – was back as the hot topic ...

CVC reports ‘potentially aggressive’ coyote on trail

Credit Valley Conservation is advising area residents and visitors of Island Lake Conservation Area that a potentially aggressive coyote has been reported on the Baker ...

Tractors on highways

  In response to the gentlemen who had an uneventful drive to work on the highway while negotiating a tractor. He should drive with me ...

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