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CMHA shines light on the importance of empathy for mental health week

May 19, 2022   ·   0 Comments

By Zachary Roman Oftentimes, people can be empathetic and show kindness to others, yet not take the time to give that same care and attention ...

Local New Blue candidate looking to bring increased transparency into politics

By Sam Odrowski There’s a new grassroots party running in the provincial election, providing a more conservative alternative to the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. ...

Amaranth women wins $50,000 from DAILY KENO ticket purchased in Orangeville

Maria De Sousa of Amaranth won $50,000 from her DAILY KENO 8 Pick on the April 5 midday draw. The winning ticket was purchased at Daisy ...

Conducting a market analysis for your small business: SBEC

Whether your business has a physical location or operates solely online, thorough market analysis can help you to understand your target market and how you ...

Peekaboutique selling variety of dresses at reasonable price this weekend

By Constance Scrafield The motto is: “look and feel your best for less,” says Toni Lugano and she is the very person to help ladies ...

Mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy to remain in place until minimum of 2023 at Town of Orangeville

Orangeville’s mandatory vaccination policy will remain in place until at least 2023. Minutes from Council’s April 25 meeting show a resolution moved by Deputy Mayor ...

Dufferin–Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones seeking re-election for fifth term

By: Paula Brown Progressive Conservative MPP Sylvia Jones is looking to extend her run as a member of provincial parliament for Dufferin-Caledon as she runs ...

Dufferin County renames Children’s Services division – Early Years and Child Care

By Paula Brown The County of Dufferin has renamed its Children’s Services division, which will now be known as Early Years and Child Care. The ...

Mono Council hears from concerned residents over Historic Registry list

By Peter Richardson Mono Council held a regular meeting on May 10 and a number of residents were concerned that their properties are now on ...