May 2018 Archive

How do they get here?

By Brian Lockhart The cost of the stream of so-called refugees walking across our borders, suitcases in hand, and hands out, is is not only ...

The missing PC platform

THE NATIONAL POST had an article more than a month ago predicting that Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford wouldn’t repeat a mistake made by his ...

Another assessment fiasco

ONTARIO’S WHACKY SYSTEM of supposedly basing property taxes on a property’s current market value has deservedly faced criticism for grossly under-valuing wind turbines, as part ...

Orangeville Men’s slo-pitch start 2018 season

By Brian Lockhart After a long winter break, players on teams in the Orangeville Men’s Slo-pitch League made sure they warmed up prior to their ...

Giants open season with a win

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Giants started off the season with a 2-1 win over the Barrie Angels at Princess of Wales Park in Orangeville ...

Hawks North repeat as provincial champions

For the second year in a row the Orangeville Hawks North Boys U15 basketball team travelled to London for the Provincial Championships on May 11 ...

New ambulatory care wing boosts visits to Headwaters hospital

By Mike Pickford After a busy 12 months at the hospital, Headwaters Health Care Centre’s President and CAO, Stacey Daub, was at Orangeville  Council on ...

Westminster’s Gala concert caps annual music festival

By Constance Scrafield As it has done for so many years, Westminster United Church hosted the Gala Concert for the Orangeville and District Music Festival ...

A look behind the scenes at Orangeville Farmer’s Market

By Brian Lockhart It was a perfect day for the Orangeville Farmer’s market to be back outdoors on Second Street next to the Town Hall. ...

New Canadian Mental Health Association office opens in Orangeville

By Brian Lockhart The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Peel Dufferin branch has a new home in Orangeville. The Association moved into a new facility ...

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