March 2018 Archive

Italy: the migrant ‘flood’

By Gwynne Dyer Lucky old Italy just got two Donald Trumps for the price of one. One of the big winners in last Sunday’s Italian ...

Water activist featured at MC2-sponsored session April 14

Written By: Jasen Obermeyer Just turn on the tap and there it is, more than enough to quench our thirst. But what if it didn’t ...

DBOT applauds Ford’s intent to freeze the minimum wage

Written By: Jasen Obermeyer Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative leader has announced that if he becomes premier he will freeze the minimum wage and eliminate income ...

Orangeville launches 2018 Utility Box Art Display Program

Written By: Jasen Obermeyer If you’re a Dufferin resident, you can show off your artistic talent by participating in Orangeville’s Call for Artists for the ...

Local store helping to break stigma around cannabis

Written By: Jasen Obermeyer Despite being just 23, Cody Coulson is the proud owner of Stop & Smell The Roses, the first ever franchised hemp-based ...

Council approves land swap for new well

Orangeville council has agreed to swap some of the land once destined to house an Humber College campus, for 42.41 acres and a municipal “Pullen ...

Medicine Wheel Garden planned for Bravery Park

The Dufferin County Cultural Resource Circle (DCCRC) says it plans to install a traditional medicine wheel garden in Orangeville’s Bravery Park, in collaboration with the ...

New logo being sought for Orangeville Transit

Orangeville Transit has launched a logo design contest. With a new fleet of larger buses, municipal transit service is looking to rebrand itself. Residents of ...

Heritage Orangeville’s aim: to preserve beauty, uniqueness

Written By LINDA ADDY Heritage Orangeville is a committee of Town Council made up of volunteer stewards of Orangeville’s built history. Tasked with advising Council ...

MPP Jones attends Dufferin KAIROS session

Written By: Marni Walsh KAIROS Dufferin expressed gratitude to Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones for attending an early morning meeting last Thursday, March 15, at Trinity ...

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