November 2021 Archive

Romanticising The Past

By Jasen Obermeyer Ever think back on “the good old days” or “the golden years?”  Looking back on the past can be a lot of ...

Canada’s Cost-of-Living Crisis Must be Addressed

Report from Ottawa – Kyle Seeback, M.P. (Dufferin-Caledon) We’ve all noticed an increase in our grocery, gas, and home heating bills over the last several ...

Ontario reckons with a 15-year spending binge

By Jay Goldberg Ontario Premier Doug Ford needs to end the province’s 15-year-long spending bonanza. Ford continues to rule out spending cuts to help balance the budget, ...

Annual Orangeville Christmas Market sees big success

By Sam Odrowski The Orangeville Fairgrounds were a busy place to be last Saturday (Nov. 20). The Orangeville Christmas Market saw 5,000 people through the ...

If you build it…

By Brian Lockhart I had a discussion with a client about a year ago about the Chinese solution to the COVID-19 pandemic. He was telling ...

Your a mean one, Mr. Grinch

By Anthony Carnovale I’m not going to lie — I struggle with the holidays. I mean, I love the time with my family and seeing ...

When a win is a loss

By Constance Scrafield I thought and it is still my understanding that Justin Trudeau called the last election, not so much to win his party ...

Orangeville SPCA kicks off holiday adoption campaign

By Paula Brown, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Ontario SPCA Orangeville and District Animal Centre has kicked off their holiday adoption campaign – ‘iAdopt for ...

Senior hockey a tough game, and fans love it

By Brian Lockhart When it comes to hockey, once a player comes up through the ranks, there’s limited opportunities once you hit a certain age. ...

OBIA asking Town to eliminate proof of vaccination requirement for volunteers who don’t meet in-person

By Sam Odrowski The Orangeville Business Improvement Association (OBIA) is requesting that the Town of Orangeville change course on its COVID-19 Vaccination Policy for volunteers ...

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