Headliners - Sept. 21, 2017

Lots of entertainment as wrestling opens Brampton Fair

Bolton Historical Walk Saturday

Join Bill Wilson on a hike in inner Bolton Sept. 23 It will start at 7:30 p.m. at the Tim Hortons in downtown Bolton. It ...

Learn how to flourish at Jobs Caledon

People who are looking for ways to leverage their best attributes and take action in the right direction will want to take in a talk ...

More four-way stops for Old School Road

By Bill Rea The Town is planning to make four intersections with Old School Road into four-way stops, and there’s now a push to get ...

Honey Garlic Festival Sept. 30

Albion Hills Community Farm will be hosting a Honey Garlic Festival Sept. 30. It will run from 1 to 5 p.m. at the farm, at ...

BIA hosting Special Event Saturday

Sept. 23 is the fourth Saturday of the month, so the Bolton Business Improvement Area (BIA) will be hosting its Special Event Saturday. It will ...

Hoping for good weather for 159th edition — Bolton Fall Fair will be going this weekend

By Bill Rea Celebrating True North Strong and marking Canada’s 150th anniversary will be in evidence in Bolton this weekend. The Albion and Bolton Agricultural ...

Open house on Queen Street Corridor Study

The Town of Caledon will be hosting a second open house as part of the ongoing Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study. It will be Sept. ...

Learn about Orangeville at Historical Society

The Town of Orangeville has a colourful, exciting past. From the early days of the Irish pioneers escaping the political problems of Ireland to the ...

Community Events

THURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 “Has your life been affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon Family Group is for you.” The Bolton group meets Thursdays at 8:30 ...

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Crowds out for fun times over the weekend at the 164th Brampton Fall Fair in Caledon

Two cases of WNV reported in Peel

Peel Public Health is reporting there are two confirmed cases of West Nile Virus (WNV) in the region this year; both in Mississauga. That is ...

Visioning workshop Oct. 11

The Town of Caledon has initiated the Preservation of Rural Community Character and Infill Policy Review to develop an appropriate policy framework for governing infill ...

Jones gets support for her bill from Regional council

By Bill Rea Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones asked Peel Regional councillors for support of her bill regarding sewage bypasses, and she got it. Councillors seemed almost ...

Jones wonders if governments plans for marijuana sales cover concerns

By Bill Rea The Province has planned legislation to deal with the legalization of cannabis (marijuana), but there are questions as to whether it covers ...

Headwaters Arts Festival opens with celebration in Alton

By Bill Rea The 2017 edition of the Headwaters Arts Festival is off and running. The annual festival was launched Friday night with a celebration ...

Family Transition Place to benefit from Caledon chapter of 100 women

By Jasen Obermeyer Family Transition Place (FTP) in Orangeville will soon be benefiting from the efforts of the 100 Women Who Care Caledon. The women ...

Authors on stage Sunday in Orangeville

By Constance Scrafield “It’s fantastic that these big name people come to Orangeville,” Nancy Frater declared. She was singing the praises of Carol Off and ...

Peel teacher Gail Bannister-Clarke re-elected to executive of ETFO

Gail Bannister-Clarke, a vice-president of the ETFO Peel Teacher Local, was re-elected to the Executive of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO). “The work ...

Starthrower Foundation gets backing from Knox United Church

By Bill Rea Starthrower Foundation founder Sharon Gaskell was at Knox United Church in Caledon village recently to accept a cheque from Cindy Johnston, on ...

Sports

Bolton Brewers win North Dufferin baseball championship

By Jake Courtepatte The Bolton Brewers have returned to the throne of the North Dufferin Baseball League, a familiar seat for many of the team’s ...

Farlinger and Stanley Stone take Grand Prix at Autumn Classic

By Bill Rea It’s a poorly-kept secret that Orangeville’s Kim Farlinger has a fast mount in Stanley Stone. The pair proved that yet again Sunday, ...

Bolton Brewers ahead early in North Dufferin baseball final

By Jake Courtepatte Some heavy hitting over the weekend contributed to the Bolton Brewers taking an early lead in their North Dufferin Baseball League championship ...

Caledon Hawks finished 5-1-0 as finalists

By Pino Agostino We couldn’t be prouder of the Caledon Minor Atom AE Hawks with such a victory over the past few days at the ...

King’s MacLennan defends trampoline title

By Jake Courtepatte For the sixth time, Rosie MacLennan is the national women’s trampoline champion. The native of King City threw down what she called ...

Canadian Show Jumping Team takes fourth in Spanish Nations’ Cup

The Canadian Show Jumping Team comprised of Caledon resident Yann Candele, along with Kara Chad, Jaclyn Duff and Chris Pratt, finished fourth in the Nations’ ...

Junior B Northmen retain Founder’s Cup for Orangeville

By Mike Pickford The Orangeville Jr. B Northmen saved their best lacrosse for just the right time this year, winning six straight at the recent ...

Brewers advance to North Dufferin baseball championship series

By Jake Courtepatte The Bolton Brewers are once again proving to be one of the top teams in Ontario AA senior baseball. In their first ...

Brewers take early lead on Jays in NDBL semifinals

By Jake Courtepatte Just a handful of wins is all that is needed for the Bolton Brewers to capture their sixth North Dufferin Baseball League ...

George’s Arena Sports win ball hockey title in overtime

In the end the Inglewood Ball Hockey League (IBHL) season wrapped up pretty much according to script, with the top two teams squaring off for ...

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