September 2020 Archive

Health care

By Brian Lockhart When it comes to health care in Ontario, we like to complain – a lot. We complain about wait times, delayed surgery, ...

What to do after incorporation

By Luis Chacin Entrepreneurs are the drivers of economic growth. They accumulate savings and invest in the future. Of course, as with all forecasting, there ...

When will peace prevail?

By Gwynne Dyer The old calculation was simple and brutal: if you want to overthrow a tyrant, you must use violence. There was an occasional ...

Those darling days…

By Constance Scrafield There are moments that can be repeated often but will still have a thrill for your heart, every time, and one of ...

Thanking small businesses across Dufferin-Caledon

By Sylvia Jones Throughout the COVID-19 health emergency, businesses across Ontario have had to endure a significant burden. Whether it was having to close their ...

Basketball coach tries to keep kids active

By Brian Lockhart It’s a tough season for sports activities with many leagues playing on a limited basis and others cancelled for the year. Sherwin ...

Bad news for hockey enthusiasts looking forward to new season

With new rules in place by the province regarding the number of people allowed to gather in both indoor and outdoor facilities, the future of ...

Tigers start pre-season training

The Orangeville Tigers are back on the ice this week as they work to put their 2020 / 21 house league team together.  The Club ...

Local business owners meet with consultancy firm to discuss downtown transit terminal

By Mike Baker A collection of downtown business owners are continuing to fight back against the Town’s plans to construct a new bus terminal on ...

Orangeville to transition policing services to OPP Oct. 1

By Mike Baker With Orangeville set to transition its policing services to the OPP in one week’s time, Town staff confirmed that a majority of ...

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