Headliners - November 14, 2019

Caledon’s Chiamigos helping to bring a tasty, healthy breakfast to market

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Caledon Brothers Chris and Peter Phillips had a plan for a business they could do together, producing a product that is both good for you and a quick, convenient breakfast food for people in a hurry. ...

Organizers pleased with turnout at first ever Bolton Comic-Con

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The Caledon Public Library turned into a convention centre to introduce Bolton’s first Comic-Con this past Saturday (Nov. 9). Pop Culture ...

Racism allegations lead to immediate review of Peel District School Board

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce responded on Nov 7 to a request for ministry intervention of the Peel District School Board ...

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Canadian equestrian team in jeopardy after failed drug test

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Canada’s ticket to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in equestrian jumping may be nullified, after longtime member Nicole Walker was informed that ...

New provincial PAWS legislation proposed for animal welfare services

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The Ontario government is expected to pass the new Provincial Animal Welfare (PAWS) Act legislation within the next month or so.  ...

The Hill Academy moving to a new location near Alton

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART The Hill Academy is moving to a new location in Caledon.  The private school is a independent school geared for dedicated ...

Caledon Council presented with master plan for town hall campus

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL In late October, facilities manager Tom Darlow presented Caledon Council with the Town Hall Campus master plan. “At the request of ...

Palgrave Rotary Club hosts annual fundraising gala

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Rotary is a global community dedicated to building better and healthier communities.  On Nov 9, the Palgrave Rotary Club hosted a ...

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas in Caledon

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Alton Mills is opening their doors to the public for their annual Christmas Open House this weekend.  Alton Mills is a ...

‘Building the Dream’ an inside look at Caledon’s trailway system

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL This past Monday I sat down with Donna Davies, of the Caledon East & District Historical Society to discuss the organization’s ...

Local Collaborative completes site visit over OHT application

Written By MIKE BAKER It would appear that the Hills of Headwaters Collaborative is on the cusp of receiving an Ontario Health Team designation.  Back ...

CDS presents Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience

Written By MARK PAVILONS Visit King’s Country Day School for a free screening of Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience on Thursday, Nov. 28 ...

Upcoming environmental workshop to provide climate change solutions

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL This Saturday, EcoCaledon and the Caledon East United Church have partnered to organize an environmental workshop to educate and help you ...

Sports

Caledon Golden Hawks keep on rolling with fifth straight win

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE As the saying goes, defense wins championships. A pair of strong performances between the pipes, and the junior C Caledon Golden ...

Robert F. Hall Wolfpack rumble into ROPSSAA football playoffs after impressive season

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The ROPSSAA football season schedule has been completed, and with the snow, sleet, and tough weather conditions, comes the tenacity of ...

Golden Hawks winning streak continues over Huntsville

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks are circling their prey. The addition of a key component to the junior C clubs offensive ranks ...

Caledon hockey school holds fundraiser for local mom battling breast cancer

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Founder of Toomey Hockey School, Ryan Toomey organized a fundraiser for a local mom battling breast cancer this past Saturday.  Children, ...

Golden Hawks return to form in back-to-back wins

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks are back on track. Coming off of a string of three losses, the junior C club sent ...

Hauck earns Pitcher of the Year nod for WLU Golden Hawks

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE One final pitch for the season, and a called strike sent Christian Hauck’s team pouring out of the dugout to meet ...

Caledon Golden Hawks fall to last place in Carruthers division

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A string of three straight losses, and the Caledon Golden Hawks have found themselves in the basement. Picking up just one ...

Caledon Jr. C Golden Hawks remain winless on the road after tough loss

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks continue to struggle on the road, coming oh-so-close to their first away win of the Provincial Junior ...

Half-ice hockey becoming the norm for younger age groups

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE In a nation of hockey-crazed Canadians, there is always a polarizing subject to split the population. The latest has been the ...

CSHL News

Yale 6, Jiffy Lube 4 The other Yale goals were scored by team rep Ian Kerr, Roger Sinclair and Steve Tarasco. Joe Palumbo and Steve ...

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