September 2021 Archive

Walk on Wheels Car Parade raises nearly $11,000

By Sam Odrowski The Walk on Wheels car parade rolled through Orangeville on Sunday (Sept. 26) raising nearly $11,000 for Autism Speaks Canada. Over 40 ...

And the award goes to….

By Brian Lockhart There is a really big sign at an intersection near where I live. It advertises a new development that is still being ...

Time for real change.

By Doug Skeates Over many years society has moved away from democratic governance controlled by people, toward one dominated by the elite based on economic ...

Racism

What is it with Black, Brown, Indigenous and Muslim women that arouses such fever in people that can result in some systemically disappearing permanently, others ...

Humans in the Americas: Two Mysteries

By Gwynne Dyer It’s been the biggest shock in archaeology for a long time. British and American archaeologists have found solid evidence that human beings ...

Climate

Dear global citizens,I am a lover of nature, a mother, working professional, plus many other roles. I am deeply concerned about where we are as ...

50 years ago, an idea was born

By Tom Claridge It was 50 years ago this fall that I was confronted with a challenge that ultimately led to the foundation of the ...

Brewers win 2021 Northern Dufferin Baseball League Senior Championship

By Brian Lockhart The North Dufferin Baseball League senior championship series between the Bolton Brewers and the New Lowell Knights ended in a spectacular fashion ...

Orangeville Food Bank opens commercial kitchen with pilot project

By Sam Odrowski The fantastic smell of freshly cooked food is flowing throughout the Orangeville Food Bank, thanks to the recent opening of its commercial ...

Museum of Dufferin reopens to public after 1.5 year closure

By Paula Brown, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Museum of Dufferin (MOD) has reopened their doors to the public after more than a year and ...

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