May 2019 Archive

Tipping policies are inconsistent

EDITORIAL TO TIP OR NOT TO TIP? It’s an age-old question that has been discussed and debated for years and years. The obvious answer is, ...

Discover and explore skilled trades

By Sandy Brown Skilled trades workers touch every aspect of our lives. They build our homes, schools and workplaces, power our lives, heat our homes ...

Cutting down from a million

By Constance Scrafield If a person has a heart attack that does not absolutely kill but gives a second chance at life, will that person ...

I fear for my children

By Laura Campbell I try not to write too much about myself, but I want to write from the heart this week. I hope you’re ...

Kids get tips on careers

By Brian Lockhart I attended an event this past week that was designed to introduce grade 8 students to the working world and possible future ...

Guaido’s patience runs out

By Gwynne Dyer Back in early March, it seemed that both sides in Venezuela had decided a long drawn-out crisis was better than a civil ...

Junior B Northmen have strong start for 2019 season

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior B North have delivered a strong start to their season winning their first four games to lead the division ...

Napanee Raiders win Junior C Schmalz Cup

By Brian Lockhart In an outstanding finish for the season, the Napanee Raiders have won the provincial Junior C Schmalz Cup. The Raiders claimed the ...

Junior A lacrosse season starts this week

By Brian Lockhart The Ontario Junior A League starts the 2019 scheduled with the first game of the year being played this Saturday, May 11, ...

Make a Difference Marketplace a fundraiser to battle DBA

By Makayla Pereira Last Saturday, May 4, Diamond BlackFan Anemia Canada hosted the first ever Make a Difference Marketplace in Orangeville which featured over 30 ...

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