Headliners - Dec. 1, 2016

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Thompson cleared of conflict of interest allegations

By Bill Rea Mayor Allan Thompson is in the clear. The Mayor announced yesterday (Wednesday) that the Superior court of Justice had cleared him of charges he was facing under the Municipal Conflict of Interests Act. The action had been ...

Concert Band provides Polar Express Dec. 4

Seasonal favourites and a Christmas festival sing-along will be part of the polar Express to be offered by the Caledon Concert Band. It will be ...

Community Events

THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 Bolton Banter Toastmasters meet every first, third and fifth Thursday at the Albion-Bolton Community Centre at 7 p.m. Lose your fear of ...

Special Sabbath rest for youth

A special Sabbath Rest Youth Sunday is planned at St. James Anglican Church in Caledon East. It will be this Sunday (Dec. 4). It will ...

Musical comedy She Loves Me coming to Mayfield

By Bill  Rea A musical romantic comedy is set to hit the stage at Mayfield Secondary School. She Loves Me will be opening tonight (Thursday) ...

Santa will be welcomed to Caledon village Dec. 3

The Caledon Village Association has been very busy again this year preparing for Santa’s arrival. The annual parade will start at 5:15 p.m. from the ...

Violence against women vigils Dec. 6

Nov. 25 marks the International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the start of 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence (which ends ...

Sports

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — Dec. 1, 2016

Predators tighten their grip in Sunday night league standings

Inside Out Family Chiropractic Predators were able to stretch their lead in the Sunday Night Hockey League standings last week, but only by a little. ...

Golden Hawks fall just short against powerhouse Hornets

By Jake Courtepatte The junior C Caledon Golden Hawks almost rode their hot streak right into the biggest upset of the season. In a polarizing ...

Sports The Toby Jug Athletes of the Week — Nov. 24, 2016

Annual Tour de Headwaters rolls in with $47,000 proceeds

Cyclists took to the roads and trails Sept. 17 for the second annual Tour de Headwaters cycle event in support of Headwaters Health Care Foundation. ...

Golden Hawks bitten by Terriers to end their winning streak

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Golden Hawks first winning streak of the season came to an end Sunday at the hands of the Orillia Terriers ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Nov. 17, 2016

Top two teams stung in most recent senior action

The bottom two-thirds of the Caledon Senior Hockey League standings were shaken up last Monday as the top two teams were taken to the woodshed ...

Rotary collecting hockey equipment

The Rotary Club of Palgrave is joining forces with Rotarians in Etobicoke to collect gently used hockey equipment to send to First Nations young people ...

Ainsley Fire finally posts win in Sunday night league

It was an evening of close games Nov. 6 in the Sunday Night Hockey League, with one exception. That exception saw the Ainsley Fire Protection ...

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Herman Rose Sideroad to appear at CrossCurrents

David Herman, one of the founding members of April Wine, will be appearing tomorrow (Friday) at CrossCurrents Cafe in Bolton. He will be joined by ...

A Main Street Christmas 2016 in Schomberg

Schombrerg will be transformed into a Yuletide paradise as the annual community celebration returns this Saturday (Dec. 3). A Main Street Christmas marks its 22nd year ...

R.F. Hall on display for future students
Grade 8 students planning to attend Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School next year got the chance to see what high school life is all about last Thursday. The school hosted an information session for future students and their families. Many of the programs were on display, including culinary arts. Grade 12 students Selena Bourdeau and Michelle Meyer were working on some food preparation. Turn to page A6 for more on what goes on at Hall.
Photo by Bill Rea

R.F. Hall on display for future students

Peel Region looking to keep tax hike at 2.2 per cent

By Bill Rea It looks like Peel Region is going to keep its tax increase for 2017 in the area of two per cent. Regional ...

HERB CAMPBELL HOSTS SANTA
Saturday was the time for the annual Breakfast with Santa at Herb Campbell Public School. the gust of honour got the chance to meet many of his friends, including Grade 2 student Alexandra Fannon, who was accompanied by her parents Nancy and Ted.
Photo by Bill Rea

HERB CAMPBELL HOSTS SANTA

Residents offering input on budget

By Bill Rea The Town asked for public input on the 29017 budget, and there were people who obliged. The Town hosted four coffee sessions ...

Craft Show at Caledon East School

Remax taking donations for Santa Fund

Remax in the Hills Inc., Brokerage is collecting non-perishable food items and unwrapped gifts for children of all ages. People wishing to make contributions for ...

‘Sweet Ads’ to sing next week at renovated Westminster Church

By Constance Scrafield The Sweet Adelines Orangeville Chorus will be the first to perform at the newly renovated Westminster United Church in Orangeville, coming up ...

SMILEMAKERZ OPENS IN CALEDON

Strike Poll

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