Headliners - Dec. 7, 2017

Large crowds were out Saturday to give Santa a big welcome

Planned tax hike cut

By Bill Rea The tinkering continues as Caledon councillors Tuesday were able to trim a bit from the proposed 2018 budget. The latest figures call ...

Premier holding public town hall in Peel Dec. 13

Premier Kathleen Wynne is inviting the public to share their ideas and ask their questions about education, health care, job security and other issues that ...

Work on GTA West will proceed under PCs

By Bill Rea A Progressive Conservative government will complete the environmental assessment (EA) on the GTA West Corridor. PC Leader Patrick Brown made the announcement last Wednesday ...

Liberals not impressed with People’s Guarantee

By Bill Rea Ontario’s Liberals have little praise, but lots of questions when it comes to the Progressive Conservative platform unveiled by Tory Leader Patrick ...

Word coming on GTA West, Del Duca says

By Bill Rea There will be some word coming “soon” on the GTA West Corridor, but there is no worked on just how soon. Transportation Minister ...

Charlie Brown coming to Cheltenham

A Charlie Brown Christmas, along with a pot-luck supper, is coming to Cheltenham Baptist Church. It will be this Suday (Dec. 10), starting at 5:30 ...

Farmers’ Market holding holiday fair

Ring in the holiday season, support local producers and businesses, and get some gift and food shopping off your list at the Inglewood Farmers’ Market ...

Orange Peel Carollers coming to CrossCurrents Cafe next week

Following a time-honoured tradition from the north of England, the Orange Peel Carollers will be gathering next Friday (Dec. 15) at Cross Currents Cafe in ...

Christmas tree lighting in Alton

The Alton Village Association is planning its annual Christmas tree lighting. It will be Dec. 9 at Alton Village Square, and will run from 5 ...

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 ...

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MILK AND COOKIES WITH SANTA AT LIBRARY

FORSTER’S SUPPORTING SANTA FUND

COLLECTING TOYS FOR SICK KIDS

Santa welcomed back to Caledon village

Concert features Daniel Panetta

The Festive Spirit Christmas Concert at Tottenham United Church will showcase international singing star Daniel Panetta for a one-night-only event. It will be this Saturday ...

Carols to be sung in Caledon East

The choirs of Caledon East United Church and St. James’ Anglican Church, along with the St. James’ band, will be presenting a joint Christmas concert. ...

Jones says economic plan is leaving Ontarians behind

Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones was not impressed with the recent Fall Economic Statement from the government. “The government’s fall economic statement continues the Liberals’ track record ...

Jazz greats will perform in King’s countryside

By Mark Pavilons Jazz is not only alive and well in rural King Township, it’s growing in popularity. Singer, songwriter Michele Mele is bucking the ...

Guy Fawkes night drew 400 to Orangeville fairgrounds

By Mike Pickford Not even icy-cold temperatures that dropped dangerously close to freezing were enough to deter approximately 400 area residents from celebrating Bonfire Night ...

APPRECIATIVE CROWD AT CROSSCURRENTS

Sports

Golden Hawks come up big under pressure over the weekend

By Jake Courtepatte When the going gets tough, the tough get going. That statement rang true for the junior C Caledon Golden Hawks this weekend, ...

Toby Jug Athletes of the Week — Dec. 7, 2017

FLAG FOOTBALL CHAMPS

Standing get tighter in Nov. 20 senior action

It was a case of three games and three upsets Nov. 20 in the Caledon Senior Hockey League. The Jiffy Lube Oilers tightened things up ...

Erynn Ballard was second — Daniel Bluman wins $35,000 International Jumper

Two-time Olympian Daniel Bluman of Israel opened international show jumping competition at the Royal Horse Show recently with a win in the $35,000 International Jumper ...

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 ...

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