November 2017 Archive

Mono Council approves budget requiring 1.7 percent tax increase

By Jasen Obermeyer Mono Council has approved their 2018 budget, which will see a 1.7 percent tax increase in the township’s portion of property tax ...

Of death and loss

By Tabitha Wells “Life seems sometimes like nothing more than a series of losses, from beginning to end. That’s the given. How you respond to ...

Remembrance day reflections

By Avery Park Since before I can remember, I have been going to ceremonies for Remembrance Day every year, either at school or in the ...

Thank you from the Royal Canadian Legion

Last Saturday, I was down at the Legion at around 8:30 a.m. getting ready for the start of the Remembrance Day Parade, getting things into ...

Changes needed at County

PERHAPS AS A PERFECT reflection of its residents’ traditional support of the Conservative party, Dufferin County has always been disinclined to keep up with the ...

The Season’s upon us

THE TRADITION PROBABLY STARTED in 1905, when T. Eaton Co. Ltd. held Toronto’s first Santa Claus parade, which began with a single float and took ...

ODSS Bears junior girls capture District 10 championship

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville District Secondary School Bears junior girls basketball team are the District 10 champions after going undefeated for the season and ...

Clevely / Coyle inducted to Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame

By Brian Lockhart In the lacrosse world, Bob Clevely and Pat Coyle are two well known people who have made significant contributions to the sport. ...

Westside junior girls finish the season

By Brian Lockhart The Westside Secondary Thunder junior girls basketball team are done for the season after taking a loss to the Centre Dufferin District ...

Kin Club’s Santa Claus Parade hits downtown this weekend

By Avery Park Dust off your Santa hats and get your letters ready, because the Kin Club’s Santa Claus Parade is coming to town! For ...

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