September 2020 Archive

Highways to climate chaos

By Laura Campbell What is the height of climate denial? Building more highways instead of railways to move people and goods. Obviously not a single ...

See what tomorrow brings

By Constance Scrafield Wouldn’t it be great if anyone knew what is going on and how to fix it? Well, scientists are pretty well agreed ...

Canadian perspective

By Brian Lockhart It was September 13, 1759, when General Louis-Joseph Marquis de Montcalm looked out across a battlefield at the Plains of Abraham to ...

The impact of textile waste

By Martina Rowley Autumn is in the air! Cooler temperatures, long sleeves and light jackets have reappeared. Soon it will be time to set aside ...

Boris Johnson’s cunning plan

By Gwynne Dyer “I’ve got a plan so cunning you could put a tail on it and call it a weasel,” said Blackadder’s sidekick Baldrick ...

A to Z Batting Cages now open for indoor training

By Brian Lockhart Orangeville’s newest sports facility will allow baseball and slo-pitch players to practice their hitting in a controlled environment. A to Z Sports ...

Orangeville Tigers start new season with modified play

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Tigers are back on the ice for the 2020 / 21 season.  There are restrictions in place as the girls ...

Bengals start tryouts for 2021 season

With the shut-down of the 2020 baseball season, the Orangeville Minor Baseball Association is now shifting focus to the 2021 season. The club pulled the ...

Green Party leader visits local riding, criticizes plans for new highway

By Alyssa Parkhill Although the provincial government is on board for the proposed 413 highway that is planned to travel through Caledon, a move that ...

Former finance minister broke Elections Act during local visit

By Mike Baker Former federal finance minister Bill Morneau has been charged with breaking election rules following a visit to Dufferin-Caledon last year.  In a ...

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