Headliners - March 21, 2019

Major flood forces residents in Bolton to evacuate

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS About 250 people in Bolton were evacuated from their homes after a heavy flood spilled on the streets on Friday, March 15. Six ice jams, that blocked the flow of water, caused the Humber River to ...

Harzadan Khattra selected as Dufferin-Caledon Conservative candidate

Written By MIKE BAKER In a stunning turn of events, local entrepreneur Harzadan Singh Khattra has been selected by Dufferin-Caledon party members to lead the ...

Bolton woman extends a hand of friendship to remote community in Trinidad

Written By MARK PAVILONS Helping others is at the top of the list for a Bolton university student.  Alexandria (Lexie) Hesketh-Pavilons decided to spend her ...

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York Regional Police Carrique takes helm of Ontario Provincial Police

Written By BROCK WEIR York Regional Police Deputy Chief Tom Carrique has been named the new Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police.  Carrique’s appointment to ...

Canadian Tire Retail: It’s all about people

Andrea Marshall and her husband Jeff purchased the Canadian Tire store in Bolton three years ago, we recently sat down with Andrea to find out ...

Bolton Family Dental celebrates 19 years

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Dr. Rosanna Porretta has been taking care of Bolton’s mouths for 19 years. She opened Bolton Family Dental Centre right ...

Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids sake in Caledon raises $22,000

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel hosted their largest fundraiser of the year with the Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids Sake on March 6 at ...

Major flood forces residents in Bolton to evacuate

About 250 people in Bolton were evacuated from their homes after a heavy flood spilled on the streets on Friday, March 15. Six ice jams ...

Winter enthusiasts raised $96,000 for local hospitals at Ski Day event

Skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes this on Tuesday, March 5. on a fresh and sunny day in support of William Osler Health System Foundation’s ...

Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers present new play

Mediocre  and  philandering theatrical agent Simeon Gandalf has more than his share of trouble when he decides to cast his aspiring actress client in a ...

Make your own maple syrup

Have you ever wanted to try making maple syrup? This year in Caledon, the third week of March is shaping up to be the perfect ...

Marking International Women’s Day in Caledon

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD International Women’s Day was celebrated worldwide on March 8. This is an event growing in recognition with every passing year, ...

Why every entrepreneur needs entrepreneurship training

Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking, a way of behaving and a way of living that is innovative, creative and transformative. An entrepreneur possesses a ...

Sports

Caledon pair takes home silver in Spartan World race

The first man and first lady of obstacle course racing are back on the podium. The husband and wife team of Ryan Atkins and Lindsay ...

Varsity Thunder roll to ROPSSAA hockey title

Written By JAKE COUREPATTE It was a heavyweight title match in the ROPSSAA Tier one boy’s hockey final, and the St. Michael Thunder left the ...

Caledon volleyball star named to OUA All-Star squad

Written By JAKE COUREPATTE Caledon’s own Dale Towe has spiked, volleyed, and bumped his way onto the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) second all-star roster. The ...

Caledon Senior Hockey League stats

Written By DAVID SHOALTS Victor Marrelli’s heroics led to a 5-4 win for the Jiffy Lube Oilers in an epic battle with Heart Lake Insurance ...

Golden Hawks bow to Hornets in PJHL playoffs

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE As is the case year after year, the power and experience of the Alliston Hornets overwhelmed their opponents, beating out the ...

Caledon Seniors Hockey League weekly report

Written By DAVID SHOALTS Rutherford Global Logistics won the showdown with the Grit Bagmen for the Caledon Senior Hockey League regular-season championship. The Logistics crew ...

Brewer’s Chater earns slew of North Dufferin league awards

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The high-powered hitting of the Bolton Brewers did not go unnoticed at this year’s league award announcements. The North Dufferin Baseball ...

Golden Hawks down a game in PJHL second round

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A whirlwind schedule has the Caledon Golden Hawks two games away from elimination from the Provincial Junior Hockey League postseason, and ...

Golden Hawks soar past Flyers into divison semifinal

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks are moving on. For the second straight season, and the third time in the last four years, ...

CSHL statistic recap

Feb. 11, 2019 With only two games left in the Caledon Senior Hockey League season the Grit Bagmen finally lost their grip on first place. ...

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