Headliners - July 11, 2019

8th annual Caledon Pit Run raises $25,000 for CFES

Written By JULIA LLOYD If you weren’t running or walking in this year’s 5km Caledon Pit Run, then you missed out on an event that puts a lot back into the local community.  Last Saturday (July 6), roughly 100 people ...

Local kids take matters into their own hands to tackle speeding in Bolton

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Sackville Street is a quiet, residential hill adjacent to Bolton’s four corners. Children often play at the height of the ...

Province announces new employment services model in Peel Region

Written By JULIA LLOYD On Tuesday (July 9) Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones announced a new employment services model for Peel Region, beginning this fall.  Ms. ...

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Local staple calling time on career with Caledon Community Services

Written By JULIA LLOYD It’s always bitter sweet when someone like Beth Early-Rea retires.  Beth is calling time on her career with Caledon Community Services ...

Alan Doyle to headline Magna Hoedown

Written By MARK PAVILONS The Magna Hoedown is the largest annual fundraiser in York Region, having raised over $13 million in its 31-year history.  This ...

New Burger King franchise sets up shop in Bolton

Written By JULIA LLOYD Bolton welcomed a brand new fast-food restaurant to town last month, with Burger King setting up shop in the downtown plaza ...

Four candidates confirmed for upcoming Dufferin-Caledon Conservative nomination

Written By MIKE BAKER While three local parties have already started campaigning ahead of October’s federal election, the Dufferin-Caledon Conservative Party have still yet to ...

Recent Fraser report identifies municipal spending habits

Written By MARK PAVILONS Caledon’s spending appears to be quite frugal compared to its GTA neighbours A recent Fraser report analyzed financial information from 26 ...

The structure, rationale of regional government

Written By MARK PAVILONS Will a system of government that has served Ontarians for more than 40 years come to an end? The provincial government ...

Town of Caledon celebrating Pride in July with flag raising

Written By JULIA LLOYD Caledon Mayor Allan Thompson and members of local council welcomed the month of Pride with the raising of the Pride flag ...

OSPCA hands over enforcement of animal cruelty laws to Province

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD As of June 28, 2018, there are some changes to the policies of Ontario’s SPCA. “Since 2017,” says Senior Director ...

Caesar’s Event Centre continuing under new management

Written By JULIA LLOYD Back in January, new management took over Caesar’s Event Centre in Bolton, turning the glitzy facility into a family run business.  ...

‘Caribfusion’ a hit once again at Goodlot Brewery

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Goodlot had lots of soul on Sunday June 23, as the brewery and patio opened for a special “Caribfusion” brunch ...

Sports

Caledon’s Erin Routliffe ousted from Wimbledon doubles

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE It’s an exit she won’t soon forget. Caledon’s Erin Routliffe fell out of the prestigious Wimbledon Championship in London on Thursday ...

Lawrence disappointed with early Team Canada World Cup elimination

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE With the disappointment of the 2015 Women’s World Cup in the rearview mirror, Ashley Lawrence and her Team Canada teammates had ...

Renowned local horse breeder Gus Schickedanz passes away aged 90

Written By MARK PAVILONS Renowned Canadian horse owner and breeder Gustav “Gus” Schickedanz passed away June 17 at his Schomberg Farm. He was 90. Earlier ...

Canadian actor Gerry Dee getting ready to tee up at Osprey Valley Open

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Actor, stand-up comedian, golf nut. Famed Canadian Gerry Dee will take to the course at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley in ...

Bolton Brewers snap mini slump with big win over Mansfield Cubs

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Some heavy bats were to thank for the Bolton Brewers on Sunday afternoon, who were able to snap their first two-game ...

Golden Hawks reach deal for sale to Arsenault Hockey Group

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks family just got a lot bigger. The junior C club announced on Monday its sale to the ...

Local connection to Raptors championship parade

Written By MARK PAVILONS There was a little bit of Caledon in the country’s celebrations of Canada’s NBA basketball championship. The Toronto Raptors were greeted by ...

Jr. C Bandits losing streak hits six games

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The rich are getting richer, while the poor are getting poorer, in the 2019 rendition of the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse ...

Teenage sensation Ryan Hann to ‘Swim for Food’ once again for Orangeville Food Bank

Written By MIKE BAKER Ryan Hann, a 13-year-old competitive swimmer with the Orangeville Otters Swim Club, is getting ready for the second year of his ...

Caledon Jr. C Bandits in a slump, hit midseason losing skid

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE In the midst of a relatively successful start to the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season, the Caledon Bandits have hit ...

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