November 2015 Archive

Pro basketball coming to Orangeville

By Brian Lockhart First game slated for New Year’s day The Orangeville A’s will start off the 2015 National Basketball League of Canada season in ...

Mark DuBois joins Tweedsmuir Presbyterian Church and opens his downtown studio

By Constance Scrafield Great news not only for the congregation of Tweedsmuir church but also for the Orangeville community at large: world renowned and our ...

Canadaʼs best roles in battling ISIS

IT MUST STRIKE SOME as ironic that the Paris massacres took place just days after Canada’s new federal government confirmed its withdrawal from the multinational ...

Election Endorsements

Your contention that editorial endorsement of one political party or another is ineffective (Editorial, 12 November) may be right. Editors now use subtle messages embedded ...

‘Couldn’t agree more’

Howdy folks. In response to a letter to the editor from Patricia Clark that Mulmur Council should “know the facts before making their decisions” I ...

Mono committee to eye plan for recreation facilities

By Tabitha Wells The Town of Mono’s Recreation Advisory Committee will begin looking at establishing a visionary plan to highlight the direc- tion that recreation ...

Town has book of condolences for victims of Paris attacks

By Tabitha Wells Until next Tuesday, Orangeville residents will have an opportunity to sign a book of condolences in memory of the victims of Friday ...

Theatre Orangeville’s Gift of the Magi a world premiere

Take two O. Henry stories, weave them into one solid play and then add the music and songs an audience will go home singing and ...

Mark DuBois and Studio Singers at Tweedsmuir Church

By Constance Scrafield “They are not a choir” Mark DuBois is emphatic about the fact that his Studio Singers are not a choir. “They are ...

Headwaters Innovators seen as volunteers, activists of future

By Tabitha Wells The latest innovations at Headwaters Health Care Centre will help keep newborns warm, thanks to a generous donation. Last Thursday evening, members ...

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