July 2020 Archive

Thanks for the lesson

I want to thank Brian Lockhart for his important Opinion column in defense of ‘Local History’ (Citizen, July 23/20), which speaks to the apparent devaluation ...

EDITORIAL: What difference will Torstar sale make?

PERHAPS THE MOST DIFFERENCE in the proposed sale of Torstar Com. for $52-million was the size. It wasn’t that long ago when the sale of ...

Rewarding art

By Constance Scrafield Did you learn something new this year? Stuck at home, in between teaching the children their lessons – did you have to ...

Police memorial vandalism

By Brian Lockhart As far as stupidity goes, a senseless act of vandalism ranks right up there at the top of the list. No one ...

What is a social enterprise?

By Luis Chacin With the ongoing scandal involving WE Charity and certain high-level government officials, the ME to WE Social Enterprise has also been covered ...

Iran’s nuclear theshold game

By Gwynne Dyer “A glance at the history of nuclear weapons manufacture shows that all 11 countries that wished to build bombs did so within ...

Thrills and spills at the Rotary Skateboard and BMX Park

By Brian Lockhart It’s a hot July day with the sun beating down on the hard cement surface that creates the ramps and jumps at ...

Outlaws training starts next week

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Outlaws Football Club will start their training sessions next week with a limited number of players allowed on the field. ...

Local food bank receives $2,500 from Orangeville Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

By Mike Baker Orangeville Mayor Sandy Brown recently presented a cheque for $2,500 to the Orangeville Food Bank, handing over funds raised through the annual ...

No alcohol, no railway relegated Whittington to history

By Brian Lockhart One thing is for sure, early residents of the region sure enjoyed a drink. In fact a law banning the sale of ...

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