November 2019 Archive

Westside girls hockey team play first tournament of the season

By Brian Lockhart The Westside Secondary School Thunder girls hockey team played in their first tournament of the season when four District 4 teams met ...

Westside senior boys win bronze at OFSSA

By Brian Lockhart The Westside Secondary School Thunder senior boys volleyball team won bronze at OFSAA competition in Stratford on Saturday, November 23. It was ...

Orangeville Tigers hosting exhibition game at Alder

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Tigers will be hosting a game featuring several top female hockey players at the Alder Street arena in Orangeville on ...

EDITORIAL: Needed: mediators, arbitrators

THERE ARE TIMES when collective bargaining doesn’t work, because the two sides are so far apart there is no hope of them reaching a settlement ...

EDITORIAL: Christmas in the Park: unique

WITH LESS THAN A MONTH now left until Christmas Day, Orangeville residents will soon be able to enjoy the town’s unique event, the illuminated Christmas ...

One, the loneliest number

By Anthony Carnovale I love being alone; it’s something I need, crave and actively seek out. As a writer (and educator) I need time, space ...

Plea from a tax burdened resident

By James Matthews Some choices are only as difficult as you make them. And when it comes to matters of dollars and cents, most choices ...

Job creation

By Brian Lockhart So, picture this. You’re at home one afternoon enjoying your day off, drinking Bud Lite out of the can, munching on some ...

Why in-person shopping is best

By Constance Scrafield Acquiring premises is a leap of faith. Well, if it just means moving into rental space with only your socks and a ...

Hong Kong: a risky victory

By Gwynne Dyer The ‘silent majority’ in Hong Kong, who regime supporters hoped would show that they are fed up with the pro-democracy protests that ...

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