May 2017 Archive

Junior A Northmen host Whitby in home opener

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior A Northmen hosted their home opener Friday (May 12) night at Tony Rose arena when they welcomed the Whitby ...

Twisters gymnasts win gold at Eastern Canadian Championship

By Mike Pickford Two members of the Twisters Gymnastics Club have made their mark in high level competition returning with gold medals for their efforts. ...

Orangeville A’s done for the season

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville A’s wrapped up the 2017 season with a playoff loss to the London Lightning on A’s home court on Tuesday, ...

Decision should be an easy one

By Tabitha Wells One needn’t look very far to see the overwhelming amount of support locally to keep the Orangeville Police Service rather than making ...

Dream can become a nightmare

I wonder if council has any idea what legislation will be changed and how the Charter might be amended in the name of Suzuki’s Blue ...

Which is more democratic?

IN THIS 150TH YEAR of Canada’s existence, initially as a “dominion” and today as an independent constitutional monarchy, one question Canadians should be asking themselves ...

No such thing as a free lunch

By Brian Lockhart The whole idea of a ‘free lunch’ goes way back to the late 1800’s when some saloons in North America and to ...

Let’s have a referendum

THE ONE BIG UNKNOWN in the debate over whether Ontario Provincial Police should take over policing in Orangeville is the impact, if any, of a ...

Creative Partners on Stage to ‘SOAR’ this year

By Constance Scrafield The Creative Partners on Stage drama troupe, formed through a wonderful partnership between Theatre Orangeville and Community Living Dufferin (CLD), will present ...

Shelburne couple Greg and Heather Hayes building a dream

By Marni Walsh Shelburne’s Greg and Heather Holmes have seen a dream turn into reality for “Pickin’ in the Park,” the annual musical event they ...

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