August 2016 Archive

Giants advance to NDBL championship

The Orangeville Giants senior baseball club will face the defending champion New Lowell Knights in the final series for the North Dufferin Baseball League senior ...

Former Olympian takes head spot at Otters Club

The Orangeville Otters Swim Club has acquired former Olympian Rob Taylor as its new head coach. Taylor represented Canada at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games ...

Orangeville A’s announce new head coach

The Orangeville A’s have announced they have a new head coach for the 2016 / 17 NBLC season. Brandon Lesovsky is taking over the top ...

The Hip on Mill celebrates Iconic Canadian Music

This Saturday will make its mark on music history, as the Tragically Hip, one of Canada’s most famous bands, performs their final concert in Kingston. ...

TO’s Young Company presenting The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

“The Witch is a psychopath – and the Lion is the creator of Narnia – really, like God.” This was the summary of the “polar ...

Local artists participating in Art-in-the-Park art show, sale

Under the shadow of the Niagara Escarpment, 34 selected artists, including Ellen Cameron and Jennifer Osborn of Mono, Heidi von der Gathen and Ashley Kurtz ...

Explains why doctors rejected pact

A “binding arbitration” for B.C. doctors was blithely overruled by the B.C. government.  Ontario doctors who voted August 16 for binding arbitration know that Premier ...

Deplores speeding, running stop signs

Hello, I live on McCarthy Street between Faulkner and First. Morons have been speeding on this street and running stop signs for years now, and ...

Wanted: sensible laws, less tolerance

IN OUR VIEW, one reason Ontario had to come up with its draconian laws against “racing” on our highways (by going more than 50 km/h ...

Millennials ain’t so bad

Us Millennials tend to have a fairly bad rap when it comes to columnists, writers, and ‘professionals’ who claim to have this deep insight into ...

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