January 2016 Archive

Sports Pad Lighting Invading Local Resident’s Privacy

On the 18th January Council approved the operating times for the lighting of the sports pad at Lions Park off Diane Drive. This was despite ...

The challenge: add 7,000 residents in 20 years

Orangeville Council has to make some hard decisions moving forward if they are going to meet the growth requirements outlined by the Province in the ...

Another knee-jerk reaction?

THE OFFICE E-MAIL Wednesday included a missive from the Conservative Party of Canada deploring the Liberal government’s decision to follow the United States and European ...

Believe Bags project had another great year

Orangeville’s Believe Bags project, an annual collection held at Christmas by local resident Karen Ross-Smith, had another great year in 2015. After founding the project ...

A’s win over Niagara

97-90 win puts Orangeville back on track The Orangeville A’s ended a minor three game slump with a win over the Niagara River Lions on ...

‘Sexiest’ Buddy Holly coming to Opera House

The Buddy Holly Story is known as “an oldie but a goodie.” Released in 1978, this biographical film follows the life story of a rock ...

Fans can see more Foster in February

Fans of Norm Foster’s comedies will be happy to know that The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby, written by the popular Canadian playwright, ...

OMT presenting Junior Alice in Wonderland

The bubbling, eccentric story of Alice in Wonderland is opening with the junior cast of Orangeville Music Theatre (OMT) this weekend, from tomorrow night (January ...

Dyer column termed ‘gibberish’

Dyer column termed ‘gibberish’ I am responding with indignity and disbelief to the article “Refugees, sex assaults and Merkel” by Gwynne Dyer in your paper ...

CVC clarifies issues in letter

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) would like to clarify a few points published in a letter in the Orangeville Citizen posted on January 6, 2016, entitled ...

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