Headliners - February 11, 2016

Mayfield United Church hosted their annual Pancake Supper at the Brampton Fairgrounds. Philip Armstrong, Ian Armstrong and Bob Persant were serving Heather Reid Smith her dinner.

Special dinners were held all over to mark annual Pancake Tuesday

Café Caledon returns to Caledon East

After a hiatus of several months, Café Caledon will once again be alive and well and meeting in Caledon East. It will resume Feb. 17 ...

Think of nominations for community recognition

It’s nomination time for Community Recognition Night. Each year, the Town of Caledon recognizes outstanding citizens who have contributed in an extraordinary way to the ...

Town repeats call to continue GTA West Corridor study

By Bill Rea Caledon council is maintaining the position that the environmental assessment study on the GTA West Corridor should be resumed immediately. Councillors last week ...

Valentine’s fun coming to CPCC

The Caledon Parent-Child Centre/Ontario Early Years Centre (CPCC/OEYC) invites all to join them for Family Fun Night Feb. 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. Kids ...

Ian Reid will perform at CrossCurrents

Singer, song writer and entertainer Ian Reid will be performing tomorrow (Friday) night at CrossCurrents Cafe in Bolton. He will be brining his considerable musical ...

Heritage Caledon celebrates 40 years of Heritage Conservation with Caledon Public Library

In 2016, Heritage Caledon is celebrating 40 years of Heritage Conservation. Heritage Caledon is a committee established under the Heritage Act and provides advice and ...

Big Brothers Big Sisters kicks off their 2016 Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids Sake

Join Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel as they host their largest fundraiser of the year — Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids Sake. It’s a ...

Sports

Siskins take the lead in back-and-forth series with Golden Hawks

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Golden Hawks and Stayner Siskins have exchanged a pair of blowouts through three games of their best-of-seven first round series ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Feb. 11, 2015

Eric Lamaze wins $216,000 Ariat Grand Prix

It was a good week for Canadian Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze of Schomberg. It concluded Sunday with him winning the $216,000 Ariat Grand Prix during ...

Chiropractors tighten their grip on senior lead

Nick Taccogna capped a big night Monday with the winning goal with 37 seconds left in the game to give Bolton Chiropractic Centre a 6-5 ...

Upsets in last week’s men’s hockey play

Last Monday (Jan. 25) saw a lot of surprises in the Caledon Senior Hockey League. The three trailing teams in the standings demonstrated to the ...

Regular season ends for Sunday Night league

The regular season came to an end in the Sunday Night Junior Men’s Hockey League with a tie for first place. The Inside Out Family ...

Golden Hawks land Siskins in first round of GMOHL playoffs

By Jake Courtepatte If the Caledon Golden Hawks want to get out of the first round of the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League playoffs unscathed for ...

Local kicker to suit up for International Bowl

By Bill Rea Inglewood native Michael Bobak is looking forward to some great times ahead in football. He has been selected to play this weekend ...

Brooks Athletes of the Week — Feb. 4, 2016

Double gold for Midget Hawks at Silver Stick tournament

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Hawks organization pulled off an incredible feat in Sarnia recently, skating away with two International Silver Stick titles over the ...

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Good crowd out for Song Circle

Global Pet Foods working to help rescue animals

A little goes a long way to helping thousands of homeless animals and the shelters and pet rescue groups that support them. From Feb. 12 ...

Tilson calls Liberal ISIS strategy a step backwards

Dufferin-Caledon MP David Tilson has reacted to the Liberal government’s announced ISIS strategy by saying that it was a step backward from Canada’s traditional role as ...

Hundreds will grace the slopes for health care in Brampton

Join the many skiers who will take to the slopes at Caledon Ski Club in Belfountain in support of William Osler Health System Foundation Feb. ...

The World of Space and Science — A brief history of the Space Shuttle

By Jim Middleton Over the next several months, I will be writing articles covering the latest developments in the world of space and science. Hopefully, ...

Anne Marie Scheffler is Suddenly Mommy!

By Constance Scrafield Each woman who embarks on the adventure of becoming a mother for the first time believes she can be a mother. They ...

Visual artist Cheryl Bailey’s works to be on display this month at Dragonfly Arts

A display of bold, vibrant acrylic paintings produced by a local artist will be on display at Dragonfly Arts this month. Cheryl Bailey, a visual ...

Local florist warns of scams used by online ‘tele-florists’

By Tabitha Wells When it comes to shopping, we are being told in a more fervent and loud manner that shopping local is best. We ...

Council updated on Peel addressing refugees from Syria

By Bill Rea Syrian refugees are coming, and Peel Region is working to make sure they can be accommodated. Regional councillors recently received an update ...

Chamber of Commerce presents donation to Meals on Wheels

Caledon Meals on Wheels (CMOW) recently received the proceeds from the Caledon Chamber of Commerce’s Stilettos & Stars Gala, held at the end of November. ...

Strike Poll

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