June 2017 Archive

Orangevillle Police Service vs Ontario Provincial Police

Mayor and Members of Council,  I usually do not find it necessary to communicate with Council but the latest decision of Council surprised me so ...

Orangeville Outlaws defender, Gabriel Merkac, knocks down a Clarington Knights pass during Sunday’s (June 25) OPFL Bantam game at Westside Secondary School in Orangeville. The Outlaws blanked the Knights 14-0 to even their record to 3-3 for the season.

Outlaws Bantams blank Clarington in Sunday game

By Brian Lockhart It was a well fought battle for both sides during Sunday’s Bantam division game between the Orangeville Outlaws and the Clarington Knights. ...

The Orangeville Northmen Bantam team take on the Napanee Knights at Tony Rose arena during competition at the Barry Burman Summer Shootout on Saturday, June 24. The Northmen came out on top in this game with a 9-5 win over the Knights.

Burman Shootout takes over local arenas

By Brian Lockhart Orangeville was invaded by over 800 lacrosse players, coaches, and bench staff plus their families during the 19th annual Barry Burman Summer ...

Why I cannot remain silent

By Tabitha Wells My parents often like to remind me that my nickname as a very young child was ‘chatterbox’. I loved to talk, about ...

There’s good reason to celebrate

A LOT HAS HAPPENED since 1867, but seldom has there been a time like today for Canadians to celebrate. In this week’s issue of the ...

Where was I now? Let’s see

By Constance Scrafield A birthday – and mine is today – gives us pause for reflection, trotting up and down memory lane. Care to join ...

When a holiday isn’t a holiday

WITH CANADA DAY FALLING on a Saturday this year, most Canadians who don’t normally work on a Saturday will be able to take Monday, July ...

Where will it all end?

$15.00 minimum wage and all other wages forced upwards, whether employers can afford it or not. Would it be six months?  A year? For this ...

THEATRE ORANGEVILLE’S Young Company returns for another year this summer. The hugely popular program offers 25 talented youth between the ages of 10 and 17 the opportunity at an in-depth theatrical experience.

Summer brings TO’s Young Company back to the stage

By Constance Scrafield To every intent and purpose, the productions performed by Theatre Orangeville’s Young Company during the summer season are professionally produced. The difference ...

Orangeville Police Chief Wayne Kalinski has done a fantastic job of rebuilding the local authority’s reputation in recent years.

Chief Wayne Kalinski: It’s all about relationships

By Constance Scrafield After 32 years with the York Regional Police, serving about one million people, Chief Wayne Kalinski said of his application to the ...

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