Headliners - November 15, 2018

Police able to administer naloxone without SIU probe

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS Police officers are now able to carry and administer naloxone in response to an opioid overdose without facing a criminal investigation. The provincial government amended Ontario Regulation 267/10, under the current Police Services Act, according to ...

9ROUND hosting Punch for a Purpose

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS A local boxing gym is providing an opportunity for residents to help knock out cancer. 9Round Fitness Bolton is scheduled to ...

Bolton man fined $22,000 in worker’s death

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS A company director from Bolton is facing a fine after a worker died in a facility in Toronto. Following a guilty ...

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Headwaters Health Care Centre release Mammothon results

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS The diagnostic imaging team at Headwaters Health Care Centre has released the results of their Mammothon campaign on Oct. 24. They ...

Peel Children’s Centre host annual Gala fundraiser

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Peel Children’s Centre will host their annual Evening of Hope Gala to raise much-needed funds to help youth struggling with mental ...

Orangeville Court discusses case of Kaden Young

Written By MIKE BAKER The case against Michelle Hanson, mother of deceased toddler Kaden Young, was discussed in an Orangeville courtroom for the first time ...

Town of Caledon celebrates World Town Planning Day

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS Town of Caledon celebrated World Town Planning Day (WTPD) on Thursday, Nov. 8. The theme for this year’s WTPD is Past, ...

Remembrance Day is unique to the individual

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Though this year’s Remembrance Day ceremonies had added unifying significance of the anniversary of the Armistice that ended the Great ...

Holocaust survivor speaks at Caledon library

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Eva Meisels from the Holocaust Education Centre and the Azrieli Foundation spoke at the Caledon Albion Bolton Branch, shedding further light ...

Keeping your data secure

Written By NICHOLAS ALLEYNE Almost every day over the last few years it seems there is another website hack or leak of information.  We usually ...

Howard the Butcher’s Meats and Deli has grown over 20 years

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Howard the Butcher’s has been a Caledon East landmark since he first opened his doors in 1997. Previously employed on ...

New childcare centre is a family dream come true

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Family Tree Childcare Centre, a home away from home, recently held their grand opening. They look to help toddlers and preschoolers ...

Former Caledon Councillor considering run for MP seat

Written By JOSHUA SANTOS Barb Shaughnessy may not leave politics after all. The former Town of Caledon ward 1 regional councillor is now keeping an ...

Sports

Golden Hawks atop PJHL’s Carruthers division

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Don’t look now, but the Caledon Golden Hawks have quietly made their way to the top of the standings. Following a ...

Valade named to Team Canada in upcoming U-17 Challenge

Written By Jake Courtepatte Playing in front of close to 7,000 fans each night at “The Aud” in Kitchener is no small task for a ...

Golden Hawks earn crucial two points over Flyers

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The junior C Caledon Golden Hawks bounced back from adversity in a big way over the weekend, taking four of a ...

Curtis Joseph visits Alder Recreation Centre for book signing

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Curtis Joseph, former NHL goalie and one of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ most famous players, was at the Alder Recreation Centre ...

Golden Hawks tickled pink with three straight wins

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Philanthropic and successful, what better combination for the right on-and-off-ice product? Another four-point weekend for the Caledon Golden Hawks at the ...

CSHL statistics for the week

Written By DAVID SHOALTS Rutherford Global Logistics whipped Yale Industrial Trucks 7-1 Monday night to take over first place in the Caledon Senior Hockey League. ...

Lawrence helps Canada to World Cup qualification

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE When the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup opens in Paris next June, Caledon native Ashley Lawrence will feel right at home. ...

Olympic dressage rider brings world-class show to Caledon

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE For those in the know in the equestrian dressage scene, the name Charlotte Dujardin is a household one. The three-time Olympic ...

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 ...

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