Headliners - Jan. 19, 2017

Fat biking attracts racers to Albion Hills
Albion Hills Conservation Area was the scene Saturday of Superfly Racing’s annual Fat Bike Festival. A fat bike is like a mountain bike, except it the frames have been adjusted to accommodate wider tires with heavy treads to deal with the snow encountered on the trails. Here, competitors were taking off in the main event.

Fat biking attracts racers to Albion Hills

Celebrate winter at the Fire and Ice festival at Alton Mill

Rediscover Canadian winter traditions at the eighth annual Fire and Ice festival this weekend (Jan. 21 and 22) at the Alton Mill Arts Centre. The ...

Christian Unity celebrations in Caledon

The congregations of St. James’ Anglican Church and Caledon East United Church in Caledon East will hold joint services Jan. 15 and 22 to mark ...

Dufferin-Peel receives funding approval for new Caledon school

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board recently received notification from the Ministry of Education of the funding of two new Catholic elementary schools; one in ...

Caledon chapter of 100 Women Who Care being launched

What would it be like to be part of a group that raises $10,000 for a Caledon charity in less than an hour? The Caledon ...

Dufferin-Peel schools hold kindergarten registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year will be held at all Dufferin-Peel Catholic elementary schools Jan. 24 to 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 ...

Group of Seven film festival continuing

In honour of the 50th anniversary of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Belfountain Heritage Society is hosting an Everything Group of Seven Film Festival. ...

Moose currently makes the scene at Blackhorse theatre

By Anne Ritchie Blackhorse Village Players’ Buying the Moose is a real bargain for theatre lovers; a ricocheting romance charged with laughter and spiced with ...

Learn about Hurricane Hazel at Caledon East Historical Society

It happened more than 60 years ago, but the impacts of Hurricane Hazel are still being felt locally. Details on how this 1954 storm affected ...

Community Events

THURSDAY JANUARY 19 Bolton Banter Toastmasters meet every first, third and fifth Thursday at the Albion-Bolton Community Centre at 7 p.m. Lose your fear of ...

Sports

Yale takes share of lead in senior standings

Jamie Hardman and Tony Curcio shared the driver’s seat for Fines Ford Lincoln last Monday as they outlasted Heart Lake Insurance 9-6 in the fight ...

Trublin shines as Golden Hawks rattle off another win

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Golden Hawks are the hottest team in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Carruthers division. Anton Trublin picked up his second ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Jan. 19, 2017

Thames Valley Invitational brought success for Mayfield nordic skiers

The nordic skiing team from Mayfield Secondary School had a successful time last Thursday at the Thames Valley Invitational near Barrie. Coach Chris Huet reported ...

Equestrian Canada votes in favour of Olympic and Paralympic changes

Equestrian Canada (EC) voted in favour of proposed changes to the equestrian Olympic and Paralympic format for Tokyo 2020 during the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) ...

Golden Hawks’ regulation unbeaten streak reaches six games since start of December

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Golden Hawks seem to have hit their stride since the beginning of December, but it may be too late to ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Jan. 12, 2017

Rutherford takes the lead in senior hockey standings

The last-place team knocked off the first-place team when the Caledon Senior Hockey League resumed play after the Christmas break. Rocked by injuries, Bolton Chiropractic ...

Nottle leads Golden Hawks past Terriers Friday

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Golden Hawks ended 2016 on the right foot with their second win in three games at Caledon East Friday. A ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — Jan. 5, 2017

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LIBRARY HAS A LEGO CLUB
Benjamin Valleau, 6, of Brampton and Daniel Wadley, 7, of Inglewood were busy Saturday at the meeting of the Lego Club that is operating out of the Inglewood branch of Caledon Public Library. The club is scheduled to meet this coming Saturday (Jan. 21) and Jan. 28, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Photo by Bill Rea

LIBRARY HAS A LEGO CLUB

CELEBRATING CHRISTIAN UNITY

Regional councillors respond to letter about police board

By Bill Rea A group advocating against racial discrimination in Peel is not pleased with coming changes to the Police Services Board, and Regional councillors ...

Register for winter programs

It’s time to register for the winter programs at Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC). Registration will run from Jan. 30 to Feb. 4. Register for free ...

Councillors name youth shelter in Brampton

By Bill Rea A new interim youth shelter is in the works for Brampton, and Peel Regional councillors spent several minutes recently debating what to ...

OWNERS LOOKING FOR MISSING ‘GENTLE GIANT’

REGULAR EUCHRE NIGHTS ARE HERE

Beauty and The Beast Jr. coming to local stage

Orangeville Music Theatre’s Youth Troup takes to the stage Jan. 27 to 29 in Beauty and The Beast Jr. This tale is filled with enchantment ...

Staples Superpower your School Contest is still accepting entries

Ten environmentally conscious schools across the country will each earn $25,000 worth of new technology from Staples Canada as part of the retailer’s Superpower your ...

CERC Gala will be Feb. 10

The Caledon East Revitalization Committee (CERC) will be hosting its seventh annual Gala Feb. 10 at the Royal Ambassador on Innis Lake Road. All proceeds ...

Strike Poll

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