April 2019 Archive

Junior B lacrosse underway

By Brian Lockhart The Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League has started the 2019 season with several games on the schedule already played. The season got ...

Schmalz Cup series tied at one

By Brian Lockhart The provincial Junior C Schmalz Cup championship series is tied at one after the opening games were played over the weekend. The ...

Turmoil in Tory-land

EDITORIAL What a mess the Conservative Party has created for itself here in Dufferin-Caledon. It has now been five weeks since Harzadan Singh Khattra seemingly ...

Is Paris burning?

By Brian Lockhart This past week demonstrated what good media relations and publicity can do for an organization, cause, or just about anything else that ...

If we all do it, is it still wrong?

By Constance Scrafield When I was considering having a child, in the ‘80’s, I pondered. I cogitated and ruminated and worried. The world around me ...

Water, water everywhere

By Doug Skeates ‘The rime of the ancient mariner” was written in 1798 by Samuel Taylor Coloridge.  The completion of the opening sentence appears even ...

Ukraine: nothing left to lose

By Gwynne Dyer Ukraine has a new president, and he’s a comedian!  Oh, wait a minute, that’s not such a big deal. Guatemala was the ...

Students gearing up for Friday for Future climate change action

By Constance Scrafield The Citizen had the good fortune to sit down with six young people, four of them Orangeville District Secondary School (ODSS) students ...

Theatre Orangeville season finale ‘Where You Are’ opens next week

By Constance Scrafield Where a person is can have many meanings and this is the exploration on which Kristen Da Silva leads us with her ...

New Wave Pools and Spas family-owned for more than 30 years

By Brian Lockhart If you’ve been swimming in a backyard pool in the region recently, chances are that New Wave Pools and Spas had something ...

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