February 2018 Archive

ODSS at CWOSSA Nordic ski competition

By Brian Lockhart Orangeville District High School was well represented at CWOSSA during Nordic ski competition with 24 student athletes wearing ODSS colours on the ...

Bears advance to District 4/10 semi-final

By Brian Lockhart It didn’t take the Orangeville District Secondary School Bears boys hockey team very long to set the tone of the game in ...

Bears Juniors out in semi-final

By Brian Lockhart They had a good season finishing in second place in the District 4 standings but a semi-final game loss to Our Lady ...

Time for a total overhaul

By Tabitha Wells Elections are just around the corner, meaning it’s time to critically evaluate the performance of our current council, particularly those hoping to ...

Another day, another shooting

By Brian Lockhart Bang bang, you’re dead – and so are a lot of your friends. Yes, there was yet another mass school shooting in ...

Trump vs Trudeau: night and day

By Jasen Obermeyer Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump are on opposite ends of the political spectrum. They do share some similarities. Both won a surprising ...

This time, will the best one win?

THE RULES GOVERNING the election of the next Ontario Progressive Conservative leader are the same that led to Patrick Brown’s victory in 2015. Then, as ...

Metrolinx should get involved

EDITORIAL THE PENDING LOSS of Cando Rail Services Ltd. as operator of the Orangeville-Brampton Railway and its popular Credit Valley Explorer tour train must not ...

Cando Rail to terminate operations on local railway

By Jasen Obermeyer Cando Rail Services Ltd. will cease its industrial and tourist operations of the Orangeville Brampton Railway (OBRY), after 18 years of operation. ...

Food Bank to host first Coldest Night of the Year event

By Jasen Obermeyer The Orangeville Food Bank will be hosting its first Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walks this Saturday, Feb. 24, to raise ...

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