Headliners - June 22, 2017

Woman killed on Highway 9

Caledon OPP are still investigating a two-vehicle crash Tuesday on Highway 9 that claimed the life of a young King City woman. Police report Caitlyn Marie Dodds, 19, was pronounced dead at the scene. The collision, involving a westbound tractor ...

Charity event to support OSPCA

The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) will be benefitting from a charity event planned for this Saturday (June 24) at ...

Several alternatives to deal with drainage in Alton

By Bill Rea Storm drainage conditions in Alton are currently being studied, but there are concerns the focus is too narrow. The Town of Caledon ...

Community was out for the annual Caledon Day festivities

Town still behind marijuana facility, despite misgivings

By Bill Rea The Town is still backing a proposal to create medicinal marijuana production facility in northern part of Town. Caledon council Tuesday night ...

Union ruling against double hatters will be appealed

By Bill Rea The ruling is in from the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Local 1068 (Brampton), and it’s not good news for Caledon’s double ...

Car show Sunday at Fines

The Ontario Mustang Club and Fines Ford Lincoln will be presenting an All Ford Show. It will be this Sunday (June 25) at the dealership ...

Caledon’s Town Crier brings home gold

The Town of Caledon was once again represented at the Ontario Provincial Town Crier Championships, held over the weekend in Markham, by defending champion Andrew ...

Scottish afternoon at St. Andrew’s

St. Andrew’s Stone Church will be the scene of a Scottish afternoon June 24. It will run from 11:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the ...

Discover a hidden bird habitat in grasslands

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) will be offering an chance to explore which birds call grasslands home. The session will be June 22, from 7 to 8 ...

Promises to be great time at Wines of the World

By Bill Rea It started off small, but it has grown over the last 20 years. It has become the major fundraiser for the Rotary ...

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Liberals holding forum tonight

The Dufferin-Caledon Federal Liberal Association is launching a new initiative to communicate with its membership, as well as the public. They will be holding a ...

100 WOMEN CONTRIBUTE TO SHELTER

Global Odyssey will be a technological marvel

By Mark Pavilons The crunch is on with a little more than a week remaining before the historic 150 Global Odyssey lifts off. This adventure ...

Inglewood Farmers Market is going for another year

Preserving workshops starting in Palgrave

A series of preserving workshops is starting June 22 in the Palgrave Community Kitchen at Palgrave United Church. Palgrave Preserves is a series of workshops ...

Coming to Orangeville’s opera house: O Canada, We Sing For Thee!

By Constance Scrafield “I don’t write these shows, so much as I create them.” So said Leisa Way of the eight shows she has created, ...

AUTHOR SPEAKS AT LIBRARY

Jones questions premier for failure to investigate wind turbine complaints

By Bill Rea It’s been reported that the Provincial government has not been investigating wind turbine noise complains, and Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones wants to know ...

LOTS OF PLANTING AT COMMUNITY FARM

Might have to divert on trail

The construction work on Queen Street in the Bolton core is continuing, and the Town of Caledon is advising walkers there might be some impacts ...

Sports

Bandits fall in home-and-home series with Fergus

By Jake Courtepatte Time is running out on the Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League season, and with it, the chances to secure a win for ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — June 22, 2017

Two taekwondo athletes going to Worlds

By Bill Rea Two young students of Kito Martial Arts (KMA) in Bolton will be taking a trip to the Netherlands in September to compete ...

Tight games and a stretched lead in ball hockey league

The team from 360º Tire Service were finally able to get a cushion at the top of the Inglewood Ball Hockey League last week. The ...

Daniel Coyle dominates $86,600 CSI2* Jumper Classic in Caledon

Daniel Coyle of Ireland dominated the $86,000 CSI2* Jumper Classic, presented by Case IH, recently during the CSI2* Classic at Palgrave Phase II at the ...

Home runs fail to help Dodgers past Newmarket

By Jake Courtepatte The first two home runs of the Bolton Dodgers’ season weren’t enough to halt the team’s recent losing skid. Andrew English blasted ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — June 15, 2017

Caledon’s Raddysh inks NHL contract

By Jake Courtepatte Taylor Raddysh is on top of the hockey world. Just two days after helping lead the Erie Otters to an OHL Championship, ...

Bandits’ short bench not enough against Brantford

By Jake Courtepatte Two more losses on the road this weekend have widened the gap between the Caledon Bandits and the rest of the East ...

Strong keep getting stronger in ball hockey play

Two nights of action last week in the Inglewood Ball Hockey League caused little impact in the standings. The 360º Tire Service guys continue to ...

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