December 2016 Archive

Weekend celebration marks local refugee family’s first year as new Canadians

About 50 people attended the Headwaters Refugee Sponsorship Committee’s celebration for the Al Haj Ali family on Saturday at Westminster United Church. It was one ...

OPS Toy and Food Drive an overwhelming success

Orangeville Police Service’s annual toy and food drive, which has been providing local families in Dufferin County in need during the Christmas season, was this ...

Local home dazzles at Christmas

One Orangeville resident may have to live with the moniker of Mr. Christmas for the rest of his life after once again turning his home ...

HEADWATERS DENTAL in Orangeville has been recognized nationally for its ‘Doing Positive in my Backyard’ initiative, which returns for a sixth year next Thursday, June 29.

Headwaters Dental clinic wins award for excellence

An Orangeville dental practice has been recognized on a national level for its continued commitment towards improving its performance and providing a quality level of ...

Morden: Treat fire with respect

“We ask everybody to treat fire with respect,” says Orangeville Fire Chief Ron Morden, when celebrating the Christmas season. Christmas is just around the corner, ...

Headwaters Health Care Centre earns ‘Exemplary’ accreditation

Headwaters Health Care Centre is in the midst of celebrating a “momentous milestone” as the local facility was recently recognized as one of the leading ...

‘Get Swabbed’ donor drive for Wayne Bryan a success

The harsh winter weather that blanketed Dufferin County last Wednesday didn’t hold back people from attending the “Get Swabbed” donor drive for Wayne Bryan at ...

Orangeville Food Bank reports successful season of holiday donations

Christmas is a time of celebration, but also of

Columnists stance ‘problematic’

I regularly read Rob Bredin’s op-eds with a good deal of incredulity, but last week’s collection of self-righteous personal anecdotes really took the cake. Entitled ...

More meaningful money?

CANADIAN CURRENCY will start to have a new look next year, when the image of Viola Desmond displaces that of Sir Wilfrid Laurier on the ...

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