Headliners - Nov. 16, 2017

Friendly basketball game at CCRW

Palgrave tree lighting Saturday

The Rotary Club of Palgrave are inviting the community out for the annual Community Tree Lighting ceremony this Saturday night. It will run from 5:30 ...

Celebrate Light and Love with Bethell Hospice Foundation

This holiday season, remember someone special with a gift to the Bethell Hospice Celebration of Light and Love. By purchasing a light on the Bethell ...

Peel 4-H celebrates many achievements

By Bill Rea Peel 4-H members have been very busy working on various projects and learning about agriculture and their community. It was a time ...

Few changes as Regional Council passes budget for 2018

By Bill Rea After some lengthy presentations, it didn’t take long for Peel Regional Council to pass a budget for 2018 last Thursday. It contains ...

Craft sale at Caledon East school

Caledon East Public School is hosting its 26th annual Craft Show this Saturday (Nov. 25) from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Get your Holiday shopping ...

Dasher and Dancer concert Dec. 10

The Caledon Concert Band will be bringing its Holiday offering to Caledon East Community Complex Dec. 10. Dasher and Dancer will be presented at 2 ...

KDO Piano Trio to perform at Chamber Concert

Caledon Chamber Concerts will present its next performance Dec. 2. The concert will feature the KDO Piano Trio in an all-Brahms program. The Trio comprises ...

Trinity Church in Campbell’s Cross closing this week

By Bill Rea It’s been said that nothing in life is permanent, and that can apply to churches too. Trinity Church in Campbell’s Cross will ...

Mark Kersey will appear at CPCC Christmas party

Caledon Parent-Child Centre/Ontario Early Years Centre (CPCC/OEYC) is gearing up for its annual Children’s Christmas Party. It will be Nov. 25 from 9:30 to 11:30 ...

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Register for the CPCC’s second session of fall programs

Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) invites families with young children to come in from the cold and enjoy some great programs for younsters up to six ...

CPCC celebrates 30 years of service to Caledon families

Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) marks an important milestone Nov. 27, as it celebrates 30 years of service to the families of Caledon. CPCC began as ...

Agricultural Society sale Dec. 2

The annual Christmas in Caledon Village craft and bake sale, hosted by Caledon Agricultural Society, will be held Dec. 2 at Caledon Village Place, 18313 ...

CHAMBER CONCERT SEASON OPENS

Register for the CPCC’s second session of fall programs

Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) invites families with young children to come in from the cold and enjoy some great programs for younsters up to six ...

BACA RETURNS TO CROSSCURRENTS

Former mayor dies

By Bill Rea John Clarkson was a character, who cold be blunt and outspoken, as the situation required. The second mayor of the Town of ...

Town mourning former treasurer

By Bill Rea Flags at Town Hall were lowered this week in memory of Sam Jones. Caledon’s former treasurer died Sunday. He was 73. “Those ...

Community gathers to remember the fallen

Tax hike of 3.35 per cent being proposed

By Bill Rea It’s only preliminary at this stage, but Caledon taxpayers could be looking at a 3.35 per cent increase in their property taxes ...

Sports

Hawks soar over Cougars in battle for third place

By Jake Courtepatte The rivalry is on. The Caledon Golden Hawks retook third place in the PJHL’s Carruthers division standings Sunday with a win over ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — Nov. 23, 2017

Caledon lacrosse player gets athletic scholarship to Detroit

By Bill Rea Chelsea Crang has always been on top of her game when it comes to field lacrosse, and it’s paid off in rich ...

Big crowd out for Haunted Hill Run

Heart Lake’s lead gets stretched a bit

Heart Lake Insurance edged the Grit Bagmen 5-4 to hang on to first place in the Caledon Senior Hockey League. In the other CSHL games ...

Sunday night standings not changed much in first half of November

After two weeks of November action, the same three teams who led the Sunday Night Hockey League at the end of October are still occupying ...

Golden Hawks riding two-game winning streak

By Jake Courtepatte The high-flying offence of the Caledon Golden Hawks just keeps rolling. The PJHL Carruthers division’s third-best offence scored six straight goals in ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Nov. 16, 2017

ALTON SCHOOL HELPS OUT TERRY FOX

Heart Lake Insurance moves into senior hockey lead

Team rep Peter Coghill shook up his lineup with a couple of trades and it broke a five-game losing streak for the Jiffy Lube Oilers ...

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