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Diversity celebrated for 5th Annual Dufferin County Multicultural Day

June 16, 2022   ·   0 Comments

By Paula Brown From steel pan drumming to dancing, food and artwork the Dufferin County Multicultural Day Event made a return with a bang this ...

Ram Rodeo returning to Orangeville Fairgrounds for bull riding, bucking horses and more

25th Annual Ram Rodeo coming to fairgrounds By Sam Odrowski Dust off your cowboy hat and boots – the rodeo is coming to town. The ...

Residents frustrated as mural of Alex Raeburn at Caledon Central gets painted over

By Zachary Roman Some Caledon residents and Orangeville councillor Lisa Post are expressing dismay that a mural celebrating the contributions of Post’s grandfather, Alex Raeburn, ...

MP Kyle Seeback changes support to Pierre Polievre for Conservative Party leadership race

By Sam Odrowski Dufferin–Caledon MP Kyle Seeback has changed the candidate he’s supporting in the Conservative Leadership Race. Seeback had initially backed Brampton Mayor Patrick ...

Orangeville councillor Joe Andrews seeking re-election this fall

By Sam Odrowski Coun. Joe Andrews recently filed his nomination papers at Town Hall seeking re-election as councillor this fall. He says the fact that’s ...

‘Awesome Human Library’ returns to Mill Street Library for Pride and Diversity Day in Dufferin County

Stories come alive on Saturday, June 18 from 1-4 p.m. at the Awesome Human Library, in partnership with Celebrate Your Awesome.  A Human Library challenges ...

Local author publishes ‘Frog of Arcadia’ novella

By Isabel Buckmaster A classical-style story taking inspiration from Narnia and other children’s adventure books, Frog of Arcadia by new local author Blake Bobechko will ...

Dufferin County celebrates Bike Month with a self-guided community ride 

In celebration of Bike Month, Dufferin County is inviting cyclists and families to explore Orangeville during a self-guided community ride on June 25 from 9 a.m. ...

Understanding and respect from the public lacking for people with brain injuries, light being shed on issue for Brain Injury Awareness Month

By Sam Odrowski June is Brain Injury Awareness month in Canada and this year’s theme is “Shine a Light on Brain Injury”, designed to show ...

David Nairn starring in play ‘1812’ at Foster Festival

By Constance Scrafield “It is lovely to be back on stage,” Theatre Orangeville’s Artistic Director told us from Niagara on the Lake, where he is ...

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