Headliners - May 19, 2016

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Caledon’s Town Crier Andrew Welch takes first place

The Official Town Crier of Caledon was declared overall winner of last weekend’s Provincial Championships, run by the Ontario Guild of Town Criers. Andrew Welch, who was appointed Town Crier by Caledon council in 2011, edged out both the current ...

High Tea to support Bethell Hospice

High Tea will be served at Glen Eagle Golf Club June 5 in support of Bethell Hospice, and in honour of the founder Lorna Bethell ...

Sale at Davis Centre

The Davis Centre in Bolton will be holding its annual Spring Bazaar and Garage Sale June 11. It will run from 9 a.m to 1 ...

Shaughnessy is not planning to run for the Grits

By Bill Rea Rumours are making the rounds that Caledon Councillor Barb Shaughnessy is planning to run for the Liberals in the next Provincial election. ...

Speed cushions back for another year

By Bill Rea There might not be a lot of enthusiasm, but there is acceptance that speed cushions are going to be a reality in ...

Town ratifies agreement with CUPE Local 966

The Town of Caledon and Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 966 staff have ratified a four-year collective agreement. The agreement, effective April 1, ...

CPCC closed from Thursday to Tuesday

Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) will be closed from Thursday, May 26 to Monday, May 30 while some upgrades and painting are completed. CPCC will re-open ...

Meeting on Badlands June 1

The next public consultation meeting on the Cheltenham Badlands will be June 1. The Ontario Heritage Trust, which owns the property, has announced the meeting ...

Old School Road closed

The stretch of Old School Road between Highway 10 (Hurontario Street) and McLaughlin Road is closed. It was closed Friday (April 22) to repair a ...

Community Events

SATURDAY, MAY 28 A welcome is extended to everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively and are tired of dieting. Come to Overeaters Anonymous Saturday ...

Sports

Junior C Bandits secure their second win over Shelburne Vets

By Jake Courtepatte Following a slow start to the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season, the Caledon Bandits seem to have found answers on both ...

Knights holding Soccer Challenge

The Knights of Columbus of St. John Albion Catholic Church will be hosting a Soccer Challenge June 4. It will be at the Caledon Sports ...

Brooks Athletes of the Week — May 26, 2016

St. Michael Thunder moving on in Tier 1 soccer finals

By Jake Courtepatte ‘The St. Michael Thunder of Bolton are proving to be a top contender among the Region of Peel’s most elite high school ...

Bolton Dodgers winless through first two games of NDBL season

By Jake Courtepatte The Bolton Dodgers could find success neither on the road nor at home in the first week of the North Dufferin Baseball ...

Mr. Handyman takes over first place in ball hockey

Things are still tight at the top of the standings in the Inglewood ball hockey League. Mr. Handyman posted their fifth win in five starts ...

Andrew Yorke racing in Yokohama, Japan.
Picture from Delly Carr

Final chance to register for Sunday’s C3 Caledon Kids of Steel Triathlon

Race entries are coming in big numbers as C3 prepares for Sunday’s 16th annual Kinetico Kids of Steel Triathlon. Numerous unique situations are unfolding with ...

Caledon Bandits net first win of season over Mimico

By Jake Courtepatte Something had to give. Four games into the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season, the Caledon Bandits secured their first win with ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — May 19, 2016

Bolton Brewers fall in AAA baseball opener

By Jake Courtepatte The long ball was the enemy of the AAA Bolton Brewers in their first match of the Greater Toronto Baseball League season, ...

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Come learn about what it takes to be a pilot

The Brampton Flight Centre (BFC) invites all students aged 13 to 23 to take part in their annual Career Day in Aviation May 28, from ...

Community garage sale at school

Caledon East Public School will be holding a community garage sale this Saturday (May 28). Proceeds from the sale will go toward programs benefitting al ...

Plantathon at Community Farm

Albion Hills Community Farm is likely to be a busy place Saturday. The farm is hosting its annual Plantathon, which will go, rain or shine, ...

Kids’ club at Community Farm

The Albion Hills Community Farm will be starting a Kids’ Garden Club next month. It will run Saturdays from 10 a.m. until noon, starting June ...

CVC hosting gardening workshops

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) invites landowners to its upcoming gardening workshops. They will be able to learn how to add colour, beauty and diversity to ...

This weekend’s Schomberg Fair celebrates ‘new beginnings’

By Mark Pavilons The 166th Schomberg Agricultural Fair is celebrating some milestone “new beginnings.” It’s exactly 50 years to the date that fair-goers were last ...

Stage is set for the annual Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival

By Mark Pavilons The party of the season is soon to arriving. King’s annual Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival takes place June 11 at ...

Blues and Jazz Festival places among Ontario’s top 100 festivals

The Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival has been recognized by Festival and Events Ontario as part of the 2016 Top 100 Festivals and Events in ...

Waste exemption period offered by Peel

Beginning this week until June 3, Peel residents are offered a waste exemption period on their regularly scheduled garbage collection day for acceptable excess garbage. ...

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Strike Poll

Do you think Sunday’s broadcast of the Academy Awards presentation was worth watching?