January 2019 Archive

Inclusivity gone crazy

By Brian Lockhart Inclusive – it’s a word that has been tossed around a lot over the past few years. For some reason some people ...

Pennies wise

By Constance Scrafield Patricia and I went to Cuba earlier this month. Rather early into the winter when there is still so much more winter ...

Happy New Year

By Jasen Obermeyer Happy New Year! Okay, it’s not as new, but it’s only been a few weeks since 2019 started, so I can still ...

Venezuela: Let Trump be Trump

By Gwynne Dyer The decision to promote Juan Guaidó as a rival president to Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela was clearly made in Washington, not in ...

We’re caught in the middle

CANADA IS INFURIATED, and rightfully so. John McCallum, Canada’s ambassador to China told Chinese press there was a solid legal case that could help Meng ...

Is the drought about to end?

MIGHT WE BE ABOUT to see the end of one of the most renowned droughts in sporting history? It has now been 52 years since ...

OGHA Hosts 41st annual Sweetheart Tournament

By Brian Lockhart The arenas in Orangeville were filled all weekend long during the 41rst annual Sweetheart Tournament hosted by the Orangeville Girls Hockey Association. ...

Senior hockey finishes regular season

The Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior hockey league has ended the regular with the final games played on January 26. The Shelburne Muskies will move ...

Business community waiting to see what’s in store for Orangeville Mall

By James Matthews It’s too early to know what effects, if any, possible changes at the Orangeville Mall may have on the local business community. ...

Five candidates in the running to succeed MP David Tilson

By Mike Baker With the deadline for filing an intention to run for the Conservative Party nomination for Dufferin-Caledon approaching, five candidates have so far ...

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