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Mono Pollinator Garden Festival returning this weekend

June 13, 2024   ·   0 Comments

By Sam Odrowski An opportunity for the public to learn about how they can make their garden bee-friendly is coming to Mono. The 2024 Mono ...

Water use bylaw misses vegetable gardens, new trees

By JAMES MATTHEWS There’s still work to be done to ensure Orangeville’s water conservation measures cover all the bases. Orangeville resident Matthew Smith asked council ...

Orangeville Hydro lays out its 2023 performance

By JAMES MATTHEWS Orangeville Hydro continued last year to grapple with supply issues that have been the result of fallout from the pandemic. Rob Koekkoek, ...

Backyard hens hatches debate about public consultation duration

By JAMES MATTHEWS Mono residents are a step closer to the possibility of backyard-fresh eggs. Mono staff was asked to prepare a draft bylaw and ...

Knights of Columbus Poker Run back on the road for 16th annual event

By Brian Lockhart The local Chapter of the Knights of Columbus (#8851) is once again hosting its annual poker run in support of a local ...

Indigenous Placemaking Site opens at Island Lake Conservation Area

By Brian Lockhart Members of Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations, Credit Valley Conservation, partners, and the public gathered for the opening of the Crane ...

MacMaster’s 17th Annual Chicken Drive fundraises $6,000 for Headwaters Hospital

By Sam Odrowski Headwaters Health Care Foundation is getting a $6,000 boost in funding thanks to the 17th Annual MacMaster Chicken Drive it held on ...

Dining in Dufferin: Centre Café provides Orangeville with community hub

By Gail Powell From coffee clubs, an art gallery and senior meet and greets, to mahjong games, a quilting guild and computer mentoring for adults ...

Leisa Way and the Wayward Wind Band to bring Opry Gold to Theatre Orangeville

By Constance Scrafield At last, the hit music of the Queens and Kings of Country music is coming to town. There is real excitement about ...

Theatre Orangeville’s president discusses artistic director leaving role

By Constance Scrafield Theatre Orangeville’s artistic director David Nairn is leaving his position at the end of the 2024-25 season. In a conversation with Randy ...

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