Headliners - April 21, 2016

Arguments made in court over allegations against mayor

By Bill Rea Judgment has been reserved in the case involving conflict of interest allegations against mayor Allan Thompson. Mr. Justice Peter Daley of the Superior court of Justice spent a day and a half last week hearing submissions from ...

Region not doing survey on governance

By Bill Rea Peel Region is not surveying residents on matters of governance. Regional CAO David Szwarc gave the assurances at last Thursday’s Regional council meeting ...

Bolton bookstore and local authors join celebration of independent outlets

Forster’s Book Garden has announced that Nicola Ross, Eric Orchard, Kirsten Koza, Carolyn j Morris, Gerry Fostaty and Tom Byckowski will volunteer as guest booksellers ...

THE LION KING PERFORMED THIS WEEK
Students at Alton Public School are on the stage this week for four sold-out performances of Disney’s The Lion King at the Orangeville Opera House. The show opened with two performances yesterday (Wednesday), and the show will be going at 11:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. today. They were in dress rehearsal Tuesday, practising the Circle of Life.
Photo by Bill Rea

THE LION KING PERFORMED THIS WEEK

Residents still seeking review of pit approval

By Bill Rea Residents are still planning to seek a judicial review of the site plan approval granted Brock Aggregates for its expansion of the ...

Region will continue studying governance issue

By Bill Rea Despite recent developments from Mississauga City council, it appears Peel Region is going ahead with its review of local governance. Mississauga Mayor ...

Town supports National Day of Mourning next Thursday

Community members are invited to join Town of Caledon council and staff for the Day of Mourning ceremony at Town Hall April 28 at 12:45 ...

Lottery in support of hospice launched at Fines

By Bill Rea Ticket sales have already started for a lottery that will see a 2016 Lincoln MKC SUV as the grand prize. The Caring ...

Chamber concert series will presents pianist Mauro Bertoli

Caledon Chamber Concerts will present the final performance in the 2015-2016 series April 23 at 8:00 p.m. The featured artist will be pianist Mauro Bertoli, ...

Community Events

FRIDAY, APRIL 22 Wellness, Interaction, Social and Exercise (WISE) is a health promotion and social program for seniors (55+) happening at the Palgrave United Church ...

Sports

Caledon Bandits hit the lacrosse floor for Junior C season

By Jake Courtepatte The Junior C Caledon Bandits are hoping to leave the memories of 2015 off the lacrosse floor, and return the franchise to ...

DQ Athletes of the Week —April 21, 2015

Local athletes hear from Olympian and Pan Am medalist

By Bill Rea Members of 310 running in Bolton received an inspirational message about the sport recently from an expert. Olympic 400-metre hurdler Sarah Wells ...

Olympic champion to address Parkinson’s group

April is Parkinson’s Education Month, and members of the Bolton Parkinson’s Support Group will welcome former Olympic weightlifting champion and author Nelson Sleno, who will ...

Midget MDs dominate Intra City finals

By Frank Grande The Caledon Hawks midget MD Team completed a dominating season by winning the Intra City League Championship March 18 at Earnscliffe Arena ...

Faceoff to Fight Cervical Cancer attracts crowd in Bolton

By Bill Rea It was men against women in a fast-paced hockey match Friday night, with the men notching the win. There were few scowls, ...

Brooks Athletes of the Week — April 14, 2016

Yale and Bolton Chiropractic are senior men’s teams to beat

Yale Industrial Trucks and Bolton Chiropractic Centre took control of the Caledon Senior Hockey League playoff round-robin last Monday. Yale whipped Jiffy Lube Oilers 4-1 ...

Caledon Cougars silver in Ontario Basketball championship

By Jake Courtepatte The under-12 Caledon Cougars girls’ basketball team can hold their heads high as the second-best team in the province. In a trip ...

DQ Athletes of the Week —April 7, 2015

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Yuk Yuk’s Caledon tour coming to town tomorrow

Every year, Yuk Yuk’s takes their show on the road and the Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) transforms The Royal Ambassador into a comedy club for ...

Spring Fair in Mayfield West Saturday

The Mayfield West 2016 Spring Fair, presented by RY Consulting, will be this Saturday (April 23). It will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ...

Juneyt Yetkiner to appear at CrossCurrents Cafe

The entertainment tomorrow (Friday) night at CrossCurrents Cafe will be provided by Juneyt Yetkiner. He will be playing his guitar in Nueve Flamenco style, a ...

TROUT UNLIMITED HELPS CLEAN UP
Members of the Greg Clark Chapter of Trout Unlimited were out around Sligo Bridge on McLaughlin Road, north of Inglewood, Saturday cleaning up litter. Former chapter president Brian Greck said they have agreements with local property owners to access their land for fishing purposes, and part of the return is these clean-ups. Steve Copeland of Belfountain was pulling out garbage from the side of the road.
Photo by Bill Rea

TROUT UNLIMITED HELPS CLEAN UP

Ryan Cook to perform at concert in aid of King refugees

By Janet McLeod Wortel Big music talent is coming to King tomorrow (Friday). Ryan Cook, multi award winning folk singer and songwriter, will perform in ...

Celebrating Catholic Education Week in 140 characters or less

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board will launch a two-week social media campaign April 25 called #MyCatholicEducation to commemorate Catholic Education Week. Education Week will ...

Recycling and garbage cart exchange has started

Got a problem with the size of cart you’ve been using this year to get your garbage and recycling to the curb? Peel Region residents ...

Celebrate Sikh Heritage Month for free at PAMA

For the second straight year, the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is inviting everyone to celebrate and experience the beauty of Sikh culture ...

Asphalt will be replaced on King Street in Bolton

By Bill Rea Road improvements are in the works for King Street in Bolton this summer, but the plan is to make them as inobtrusive ...

Celebrate Oral Health Month in April

As the country celebrates Oral Health Month in April, the Region of Peel is highlighting the importance of children’s dental health. The Region is promoting ...

Strike Poll

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