May 2016 Archive

Caledon councillor not planning to run for provincial Liberals

Caledon Councillor Barb Shaughnessy is on a crusade to stop rumours that she is planning to run for the Liberals in the next provincial election. ...

Refugee family’s seven kids given free bikes and helmets

The Al Diri family, mom, dad and their seven children arrived in Shelburne just over a month ago after having to flee their homeland of ...

Police news: Drug raid in Shelburne leads to multiple charges 

Several months of investigation by Shelburne Police into allegations that marijuana and cocaine were being trafficked from a Shelburne home resulted in a search warrant ...

CIBC donates $80,000 to Headwaters Health Care

CIBC is donating a leadership gift of $80,000 to Headwaters Health Care Foundation in support of its $16 million Commitment to Care Campaign, further supporting ...

Speed cushions in Belfountain have returned for another year

There might not be a lot of enthusiasm, but there is acceptance that speed cushions are going to be a reality in the west part ...

Local principal to ride 100 km for Hospice Dufferin

Dan LaCute, principal of Orangeville’s St. Andrew Elementary School, will be riding 100 kilometres from the Brampton Fairgrounds in Caledon on Sunday, June 26, for ...

Public input sought for Town’s Heritage Conservation Study

In December 2015, the Town of Orangeville embarked on a Heritage Conservation District Study (HCD) for historic neighbourhoods adjacent to the Downtown Heritage Conservation District. ...

7 eye-opening tips for healthier vision

Our eyes play an important role in our overall health. According to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, one in seven Canadians will develop ...

Mono Council approves pollinator reserve without requested grant

Despite rejecting a $20,000 grant proposal for a Pollinator Reserve at a Hockley property, Mono Council has agreed to continue the project with $5000 the ...

4-H Discovery Days back

4-H Ontario is offering Discovery Days for youth ages 6 to 12 across Ontario. These one-day camps offer youth the chance to explore opportunities available ...

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