Headliners - September 17, 2020

Area resident excited to hit milestone 40th Terry Fox Run

Written By PAULA BROWN LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER David Kirk has been a part of the Terry Fox Run since the very beginning.  Arriving in the back hills of Orangeville on that Sunday in 1981, Kirk, a now retired teacher, ...

Green Party leader visits local riding, criticizes plans for new highway

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER Although the provincial government is on board for the proposed 413 highway that is planned to travel ...

Southfields Community Centre set to open next week, includes new EV charging stations

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER Caledon Council came together alongside community members, local organization partners and other dignitaries, including Dufferin-Caledon MP Kyle ...

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Nine in the running as Green Party of Canada prepares to name new leader

Written By MARK PAVILONS The Green Party of Canada will select a new leader this October and party faithful are gearing up to vote online. ...

Province seeking input on GGH through online survey

Written By MARK PAVILONS The Ontario government is launching an online survey that will help inform long-term transportation planning for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, and ...

CPHA issues warning over onions imported from California

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER The Public Health Agency of Canada has released information regarding an outbreak of salmonella cases found in ...

One in five Ontario non-profit agencies expected to close in the next six months

COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on Ontario non-profits and charities, with one in five organizations expecting to close within six months, more than 30 ...

New physio and rehabilitation clinic opens in Caledon

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER A local massage therapist has opened up a new clinic in Caledon Village, known as Mountainview Physiotherapy ...

Officials concerned as Ontario sees spike in COVID-19 cases

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER The recent rise of positive COVID-19 cases is leading to some health care professionals speculating that a ...

Local community not on board with plans to bring Tim Hortons to Caledon East

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER Weston Consulting Planning and Urban Design has brought forward a proposed plan from Ganni Properties Inc., for ...

Former finance minister broke Elections Act during local visit

Written By MIKE BAKER Former federal finance minister Bill Morneau has been charged with breaking election rules following a visit to Dufferin-Caledon last year.  In ...

Popular Headwaters physicians presented with prestigious provincial medical award

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER A pair of local physicians from Headwaters Health Care Centre have been named as recipients of the ...

Town of Caledon produces virtual reality cycling video for tourists

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER The Town of Caledon has organized an online tour targeting cyclists in and around the community to ...

Sports

161st Queen’s Plate horse race won by Mighty Heart

Written By ROBERT BELARDI You read the headline right. It was the 161st Queen’s Plate at Woodbine this past weekend.  Not much has changed. There ...

Junior A hockey returning to Ontario next month

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The OJHL released an update on September 5, announcing the return of junior A hockey in Ontario.  The league is set ...

Key takeaways from York9 FC’s short CPL campaign

Written By ROBERT BELARDI You can commiserate for York9 FC. Encomiums written before the tournament suggested the team’s offseason acquisitions had cemented the club as ...

Citizen reporter predicts NHL Stanley Cup conference finals

Written By ROBERT BELARDI It’s finally now down to four team’s in this year’s NHL playoffs.  All four clubs will be playing their final games ...

York9 FC coming back to Ontario following Island Games defeat

Written By ROBERT BELARDI It’s a ubiquitous feeling in the dressing room. Expectations were so high and the result is nowhere, where it should have ...

Walk, Run or Bike event to replace 2020 Tour de Headwaters

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Charities and organizations have been struggling to find different ways to raise funds during the difficult times brought on by the ...

Nine Stripes come back to earn first point in the Island Games

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Canadian Premier League might never have thought their second season as a professional entity would be held in a hub ...

Return to play at Bolton Gymnastics

SPECIAL TO THE CITIZEN With a daughter involved in gymnastics at a young age, Dave Sandford’s passion and commitment for the sports world has always ...

2020 Ontario Games postponed until next summer

by BRIAN LOCKHART There will be some disappointed young athletes in Ontario this week, with the 2020 Ontario Summer Games being cancelled. The games were ...

Bolton Gymnastics open for business, pushing on in face of pandemic

Editor’s note: A previous headline suggesting Bolton Gymnastics is currently closed due to COVID-19 was incorrect. The facility reopened on June 1 for competitive activities, ...

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