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Dufferin County Police News

December 1, 2022   ·   0 Comments

Seven stolen vehicles recovered in Amaranth Dufferin OPP recovered seven stolen vehicles and filed multiple criminal charges against a Toronto man. Shortly after 9 a.m. ...

Flag raising in Dufferin show support for survivors of gender-based violence

By Sam Odrowski A gesture of support for women who endure violence and abuse was made locally last week. With November being Violence Against Women ...

Dufferin women sparkle during business awards gala

By JAMES MATTHEWS, LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER Women in the Dufferin County business community shone at the Sparkle Awards Gala after a pandemic-caused shutdown of ...

Large crowd protests province’s Bill 23 outside Sylvia Jones’ office

Protest took place on November 25 ahead of Bill’s passage November 28 By Zachary Roman Residents of Dufferin and Caledon came together in protest against ...

Council requests provincial government repeal Bill 23

By Sam Odrowski Orangeville Town Council is taking a hard stance against the Ford government’s recently passed Bill 23. A unanimously supported Notice of Motion ...

Senior’s Santa Christmas Stockings Program returning in Dufferin County

By Paula Brown, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Senior’s Santa Christmas Stockings Program is working to bring some Christmas magic to local seniors this holiday season.  ...

Town-funded pilot project of Santa Claus parade deemed successful

By Sam Odrowski The Santa Claus Parade was run by the Town of Orangeville this year and it looks like that trend will continue following ...

Grand Valley Lions Polar Bear Dip back on this year

By Brian Lockhart Who doesn’t enjoy a refreshing dip into ice-cold water in freezing temperatures through a hole chopped in the ice on a local ...

Local vendors taking over Orangeville Fairgrounds for Hometown Market

By Paula Brown, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Hometown Market is gearing up for the largest event in its holiday market series, coming this weekend. ...

One-sided parking on residential streets starts on New Years Day

Residents may have noticed bagged signs along many residential streets that currently allow parking on both sides. The signs are being installed as the Town ...