May 2020 Archive

Mountain biking provides safe outdoor exercise as trails reopen

By Brian Lockhart With the weather finally starting to be more summer like, people around the region are hoping to spend more time in the ...

Pond hockey a challenge this past winter

By Brian Lockhart It may be time to get out the golf clubs, but for those who spend the winter season on the ice and ...

The problem documentary

By Laura Campbell I used to always think that the advent of the internet had spoiled our collective understanding of what is true and what ...

They’re all assault weapons

By Brian Lockhart There is an annual British Car Show held in Caledon every year. I was able to attend the last one and spent ...

Away from it all

By Constance Scrafield The Canary Islands are located 400 kilometres off the coast of Morocco, Africa, in the sweetest spot of the Atlantic Ocean, which ...

Let’s have local options

By Tom Claridge IT MADE SENSE, when the Ontario government followed others in declaring a state of emergency in the province, that it applied everywhere ...

Wildlife takes to the streets

By Martina Rowley As daily human activities have contracted and moved strictly indoors during this pandemic, wildlife has been expanding into our deserted streets. Around ...

Hong Kong: what went wrong

By Gwynne Dyer “We are the meat on the chopping board,” said Martin Lee, founder of Hong Kong’s Democratic Party. “They have set a precedent ...

Ontario Civilian Police Commission approves the disbandment of OPS

By Mike Baker Following a months-long review, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission (OPCP) has approved the Town’s application to disband the Orangeville Police Service (OPS).  ...

Council approves 541-unit development behind Orangeville Mall

By Mike Baker It may have taken the better part of a decade, but a local developer has finally been given the green light to ...

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