February 2017 Archive

Orangeville mourns loss of ‘Mr. Hockey’

The Orangeville hockey community has lost a much respected and longtime associate of minor hockey. Ray Hunt, known by many as ‘Mr. Hockey’, passed away ...

Orangeville Otters gaining momentum

The Orangeville Otters Swim Club hosted their second meet of the season on Saturday January 21, at the Alder Street Recreation Centre. T The club ...

Muskies wrap up the season

The Shelburne Senior A Muskies are done for the season after taking a 4-3 overtime loss to the Elora Rocks in game three of their ...

Self care in turbulent times

It seems like every day logging onto social media is becoming one of those daunting tasks. These days, it often feels like a much darker ...

Reforms are still needed

IS FEDERAL ELECTORAL REFORM really a dead issue, now that Justin Trudeau has broken his promise that the 2015 election would be the last of ...

The backbone of Canada

In a revelation last weekend, I realized what constitutes the true backbone of Canada. A visit to the McMichael Art Gallery over the  weekend, having ...

A heartening response

AT A TIME when the United States has slammed its doors to Syrian refugees because its demagogic leader says a terrorist might be in their ...

Wingfield’s Progress still fresh and fabulous, wows Orangeville crowd

When Walt Wingfield decides to run for a seat in the local council to fight off a condo  development on the 7th Concession, his neighbours ...

Canadian crooner Monty Greig adds his voice to ‘Vaudeville Valentine’ in Shelburne on Feb. 12

Monty Greig, a smooth Canadian Crooner played on radio stations across Canada, will perform live in Shelburne this Sunday as the star of My Vaudeville ...

Townhall players to present ‘Things my Mother Taught Me’

Caledon Townhall Players (CTHP) are bringing comedy into the New Year with their production of Things My Mother Taught Me, opening next Thursday, February 16, ...

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