Headliners - May 19, 2022

CMHA shines light on the importance of Empathy

Expert says people need to give themselves the kindness they give others By Zachary Roman Oftentimes, people can be empathetic and show kindness to others, yet not take the time to give that same care and attention to themselves. Aditi ...

Bolton gearing up for Bicentennial after COVID delay

By Zachary Roman Bolton is a village that predates Canada’s confederation in 1867. It was established in 1821 by a man named George Bolton, and ...

Documentary of epic journey by horseback has Caledon connections

By Zachary Roman Traveling about 30 kilometres a day, current Caledon resident Filipe Leite rode a horse from the Calgary Stampede to his hometown in ...

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Walk For Alzheimer’s returning to Island Lake May 28

By Sam Odrowski The Alzheimer’s Society of Dufferin County is bringing back an in-person event for their 2022 IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer at ...

Huge crowd attends Happy Days event in Bolton

By Zachary Roman The music was loud, the cars were cool and the Bolton Canadian Tire parking lot was packed on Saturday night, May 14. ...

Home James program returns to Caledon

Volunteer opportunities available By Zachary Roman Safe, free rides home in Caledon are back. Caledon’s Home James program has returned, said Christopher Bava, Caledon Home ...

Celebrating Museum Month at Peel Art Gallery, Museum & Archives

By Zachary Roman May is museum month, but to Erin Fernandes, every month is museum month at Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA). She’s ...

Ontario Medical Association worried about wait times, doctor shortage in Peel

Association calling on political parties to adopt recommendations ahead of election By Zachary Roman The Region of Peel needs at least 202 more doctors, according ...

Dufferin-Caledon’s NDP candidate wants to stand up for people, not profits

Tess Prendergast is a French teacher and librarian who is driven to make a difference By Zachary Roman As an educator, Tess Prendergast said she’s ...

Mayoral candidate Jennifer Innis has a vision for Caledon’s future

By Zachary Roman Jennifer Innis’ grandfather always told her if something doesn’t work one way, try it another. It’s a lesson she hasn’t forgotten and ...

Friends of Caledon Public Library hosting book sale in Caledon East

By Zachary Roman After what felt like forever, the Friends of the Caledon Public Library hosted their first in person book sale in March of ...

Bolton author publishes first dystopian novel

By Zachary Roman At 26 years old, Samantha Filice has already published four books.  The first three books were fantasy novels and they formed a ...

Return to Happy Days: Live bands and classic cars to star at Bolton event

No charge to attend, donations to Caledon Meals on Wheels gratefully accepted By Zachary Roman Area residents can travel back in time at a 1950s, 60s ...

Sports

Aurora Tigers Make CJHL History, hire first female GM 

By Robert Belardi  There’s always something that comes with setting a new standard.  It’s replete with joy and with the sense of purpose. To know ...

Bolton Brewers earn two wins, one loss this week 

By Robert Belardi  The Bolton Brewers defeated the Clearview Orioles 6-5 last Thursday, before earning another win and a loss in a double-header against the ...

Four teams will battle it out for Schmalz Cup title

By Brian Lockhart The Conference championships are over in the Provincial Junior Hockey League leaving four teams that will battle it out for the provincial ...

York United take out Forge FC in CPL semifinals rematch 

By Robert Belardi  Magic is, of course, the art of deception.  What else can make your eyeballs bulge out of your head? Like when magicians ...

NDBL announces schedule for 2022 season

By Brian Lockhart The boys of summer are getting ready to play the 2022 season with a full line-up of teams in the North Dufferin ...

Caledon Cougars finish third in the province 

By Robert Belardi  The Caledon Cougars U-14 Major Bantam team finished third in the whole province.  The Cougars captured the bronze medal with a 65-58 ...

Nash earns first win against former club 

By Robert Belardi  York United manager Martin Nash earned his first win as a head coach in the Canadian Premier League last Friday against his ...

North Dufferin Baseball League starting next week 

By Robert Belardi  The first pitch in the North Dufferin Baseball League will be thrown next week, as the Bolton Brewers head out on the ...

Caledon Tennis Club taking registrations 

By Robert Belardi  Caledon Tennis Club held registration day last Sunday between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at Caledon Village.  Revamped with brand new courts ...

Compass Run for Food hoping to raise $75,000

By Sam Odrowski After a couple years without an in-person event, the Compass Run for Food is returning to Compass Community Church in Mono on ...

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