September 2015 Archive

D-P Catholic students outpace Upper Grand’s in literacy tests

Results released Wednesday from the 2014-2015 Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) administered by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) indicate that Grade 10 ...

Celtic Rock’s The Mudmen coming to town on Sept. 11

If you’re a lover of Celtic Rock, or have ever been interested in the Genre, which has spawned such bands as The Irish Rovers, Flogging ...

The sidewalk to nowhere

I had a dream the other night. I dreamt that our elective representatives remembered that when standards were set they were not etched in stone ...

Cab licensing, paving project dominate Orangeville council

An alleged taxi-licence monopoly in Orangeville was the hot topic at Monday night’s town council meeting. Narinder Paul Singh, a former local taxi driver, brought ...

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 ...

Traffic hazards

Further to your recent editorial regarding the traffic hazards on the Mono-Amaranth Town Line, please refer to my letter of September 03, 2013, which I ...

Bengals host provincial tournament

Baseball teams from around the prov- ince and from as far away as North Bay arrived in Orangeville for the Pewee Select Provincial Championships over ...

Cornstalks and Scarecrows chosen as theme of 2015 fair this weekend

“‘Cornstalks and Scarecrows” is the theme of Orangeville’s 161st Fall Fair, which runs this weekend from Friday, Sept. 4 through Sunday, Sept. 7. Organized and ...

Jr A Flyers win over Toronto Patriots

The Orangeville Junior A Flyers recorded their fourth win of the season leaving the ice with a 5-1 slam over the Toronto Patriots on Saturday ...

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, ...

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