Headliners - October 18, 2018

Caledon’s Mangiapane finding his role in Flames organization

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Andrew Mangiapane is no stranger to the Calgary Flames ice surface in September. The Bolton native recently took part in his third preseason training camp with the club, a grueling weeks-long session where NHL teams grind ...

Tony Pontes Public School celebrates official opening

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS Cheerful students and school board representatives braced the rain for the official opening of Tony Pontes Public School on Monday, Oct. ...

MJJJ Developments Inc. holds asphalt plant open house

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS An open house was held for a proposed asphalt plant in Bolton on Thursday, Oct. 11. Election candidates and community residents ...

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Rations and Resilience: Vietnamese Gastronomy

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Sampling the local cuisine is an important part of experiencing any new culture. Vietnam, a country steeped in ancient traditions ...

A whale of a tale, America goes shopping on this day

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR 1851 — Herman Melville’s Moby Dick is first published as The Whale in London. 1867 — The United States takes possession ...

Mammothon is coming to Orangeville

Written By MIKE BAKER Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) has confirmed it will be participating in the province-wide breast cancer screening initiative promoting the Ontario ...

Team Canada headed to Abu Dhabi

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS Over 150 Canadian athletes will compete in the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Participating ...

Caledon’s Bob Knuckey wins Ironman in Kona World Championship

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS Bob Knuckey crushed the Ironman World Championships placing first in his division in Kona, Hawaii. The Caledon native finished swimming in ...

Mystery dinner held over the weekend for D.A.R.E. Program

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The Drug Abuse Resistance Program (DARE) held a murder mystery dinner this past Saturday (Oct. 13) to raise much-needed funds for ...

Bolton student receives $2,000 academic scholarship

Written By Joshua Santos Richard Naso received a $2,000 scholarship through the family scholarship program. It is presented to students entering their first year of ...

Core Solutions Physiotherapy and Wellness celebrates 13th anniversary

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS A Caledon East business celebrated their 13th anniversary recently. Core Solutions Physiotherapy and Wellness provides detailed and advanced assessment and treatment ...

Ontario is ready for legal cannabis, Mulroney says

Written By MARK PAVILONS The province stands ready to ease the transition to legalized marijuana. The recreational use of pot became legal Wednesday. Addressing the ...

CLARIFICATION

Further clarification and context is needed in the story titled ‘Ward 5 councillor candidates debate housing issues’ in Volume 38, Issue 41 of the Caledon ...

Sports

Caledon gets Goalie Assist

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Minor Hockey Association has been named one of forty recipients of the OMHA’s annual Goalie Assist Program, aimed at ...

Golden Hawks put losing skid behind them with convincing win

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A three-game losing streak came to a screeching halt for the Caledon Golden Hawks on Saturday, bringing them one step closer ...

Caledon SC men earn silver

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE An undefeated round robin against some of the country’s top teams set up the Caledon SC men for a silver medal ...

Caledon’s Webster earns Spartan World Champion title

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Lindsay Webster was seeing double gold at Lake Tahoe, California last weekend, where she earned the title as one of the ...

Golden Hawks lose weekend pair

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks saw their record fall below .500 for the first time this season in a pair of losses ...

Golden Hawks exact revenge in OT

WRITTEN BY JAKE COURTEPATTE It took just over two minutes of extra time for the Caledon Golden Hawks to knock the queen bee off her ...

Brewers come up just short in try for repeat

WRITTEN BY JAKE COURTEPATTE A bid for a second North Dufferin Baseball League championship in as many years fell just short on Sunday for the ...

Golden Hawks a hit at home

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The puck has been dropped on another Provincial Junior Hockey League season, and the Caledon Golden Hawks are off on the ...

Golden Hawks back on the ice

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks drop the puck on the franchise’s ninth season this weekend. The junior C club opens the Provincial ...

Nouisser slams way to title

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE At the age of 75, Gisela Nouisser continues to add to her tennis trophy case. The Nobleton resident returned home from ...

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