Headliners - September 19, 2019

Caledon exchange student ‘sees the world’ during European exchange

Written By MARK PAVILONS There’s so much more out there is how a Caledon exchange student summed up her year-long European adventure. Chloe Kostynyk, 17, recently returned from her Rotary Youth Exchange to Austria, staying with three host families in ...

Fundraising evening set for the Meaghan Zaremba Music Room

Written By MARK PAVILONS Music has a language all of its own. Giving challenged individuals the gift of music is what the Meaghan Zaremba Music ...

Caledon CAO Mike Galloway resigns suddenly last week, Carey Herd named interim replacement

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD That Mike Galloway is no longer Caledon’s CAO is not in dispute. What is worth looking into are the circumstances ...

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Youth Activists Inc. hosts grand reopening of Che’s Place Youth Centre

Written By MARK PAVILONS Local teens got a first-hand glimpse of the rebranded Che’s Place Youth Centre in Bolton recently. More than 80 young people ...

Caledon’s AB Wood Worx fosters nature’s one-of-a-kind creations

Written By MARK PAVILONS The marriage between form and function is a delicate balance. It takes a keen eye and a lot of creative fortitude. ...

The Humber marking 20 years as a Canadian Heritage River

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD If you go south on the Mono-Adjala Townline from the Village of Hockley, you will come to a bridge and the ...

Wave of enthusiasm greets Scheer in Vaughan

Written By MARK PAVILONS Andrew Scheer’s visit to Vaughan last week sparked a massive wave of enthusiasm from Conservative candidates across the GTA. The Kleinburg-area ...

Buzzfest taking over Terra Cotta County Store this weekend

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD To celebrate the official end of summer and transition into fall in Caledon, Terra Cotta Country Store is holding its ...

Tour de Headwaters brings 350 cyclists out in support of local hospital foundation

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART About 350 cyclists turned out for the fifth annual Tour de Headwaters ride in support of the Headwaters Health Care Foundation ...

Skunk tests positive for rabies in King City, warning issued

The Regional Municipality of York has received confirmation a skunk has tested positive for the rabies virus in the Township of King. This is the ...

Habitat for Humanity to host affordable housing seminar

Written By MIKE BAKER Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph (Habitat WDG) is hosting a free, two-day Affordable Housing Symposium at the River Run Centre ...

Ontario drivers may now display proof of auto insurance electronically

The Ontario Government is giving drivers more choice and convenience when it comes to their proof of auto insurance. Ontario is enabling drivers to carry ...

Dunedin Literary Festival – Words in the Woods this weekend

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD The fourth annual Words in the Woods, the Dunedin Literary Festival, is on this weekend, Saturday, September 14 in the village ...

Sports

Stayner Siskins spoil Caledon Golden Hawks’ home opener

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks seem to have had a case of clipped wings to start the 2019-20 Provincial Junior Hockey League ...

Bolton’s Mangiapane inks contract with Calgary Flames

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Andrew Mangiapane will have the opportunity to show the world he is an everyday NHLer. Fresh out of his entry level ...

CSHL weekly roundup

Heart Lake Insurance grabbed sole possession of first place in the second week of action for the Caledon Senior Hockey League. Heart Lake Insurance 4, ...

Brewers down two games to one in North Dufferin championship

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The offensive firepower of the North Dufferin Baseball League’s two top teams was on full display over the first three games ...

Caledon’s Bavake Sihota claims Mizuno National Championship

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Mother nature was no match for Bavake Sihota at the Mizuno National Junior Championship late last month. The Caledon native took ...

Caledon Golden Hawks split pre-season tournament in New Tec

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Despite some preseason ups and downs, the Caledon Golden Hawks look like they may have found some answers between the pipes. ...

Brewers, Knights come up short at AA Ontario championships in Vaughan

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE They may be slated as the top teams in the North Dufferin Baseball League, yet both the Bolton Brewers and New ...

Caledon Golden Hawks announce 2019-20 PJHL season schedule

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Season number four of the Provincial Junior Hockey League is set to kick off, and with that, the Caledon Golden Hawks ...

Brewers clashing with Orioles in North Dufferin semi-final

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Bolton Brewers have found some competition. After a “blink and you’ll miss it” trip through round one of the North ...

Daniel Gaysinsky spars his way to Pan Am karate silver

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Daniel Gaysinsky may have had to wait until the second to last day of competition at the Pan Am Games to ...

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