Headliners - Feb. 15, 2018

Possible measles exposure at locations in Brampton

Peel Public Health is investigating a confirmed case of measles in an adult from Brampton who had recently travelled internationally. Anyone who was in the following places during the times listed may have been exposed to measles. The virus can ...

Holiday service hours in effect at Region for Family Day

Region of Peel offices and non-emergency services will be closed for Family Day Feb. 19 and will reopen Feb. 20. There will be no waste ...

There are ways to take care of the Valentine roses

By John Arnott Did you buy or receive roses for Valentine’s Day? Well if you did, you interacted with one of the oldest cultivated flowers ...

MARDI GRAS CELEBRATIONS AT HALL

Highway not coming through Caledon

By Bill Rea The Province has announced it is not moving ahead with the proposed highway in the GTA West Corridor, and that has sparked reactions ...

Alton Mill opens doors for Heritage Days this weekend

The Alton Mill Arts Centre will be welcoming the public for a special collaborative event with Heritage Caledon Feb. 18 and 19. The magnificent Alton ...

Learn about Jaffary family

The Albion-Bolton Historical Society will hold its annual general meeting this coming Monday (Feb. 19) at Bolton Unite Church. The meeting will start at 7:30 ...

No major changes coming from Palgrave Estates review

By Bill Rea The Town is looking at reviewing its Official Plan policies for the Palgrave Estates Residential Community (PERC), but not much is likely ...

EcoCaledon holding open house Feb. 15

EcoCaledon, Caledon’s environmental organization, is growing. To help with the growth, they are having an open house Feb. 15 from 5 to 8 p.m. in ...

Community Events

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 “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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Family Day skate and hockey

Cheltenham Baptist church will be sponsoring a free Family Day skate and hockey session. It will be Feb. 19 , from 2 to 4 p.m. ...

Innis remembers Chris Stockwell

By Bill Rea The recent passing of former provincial cabinet minister Christ Stockwell carried special meaning for Caledon Councillor Jennifer Innis. Inns had interned for ...

Big Bob Meatroll coming Saturday

The Caledon Lions will be presenting the 2018 Big Bob Memorial Meatroll and Silent Auction. It will be this Saturday (Feb. 17), starting at 1 ...

Nice night for a dip

Learn to care for your land and water with CVC

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) invites rural landowners to attend a Caring for Your Land and Water workshop. The workshop is for landowners who want to ...

Time to party at the Big Easy with Orangeville’s Blues and Jazz

By Constance Scrafield The timing is great: Feb. 17, there’ll be an opportunity to blow away the February blues. You can party yourself silly at ...

Caledon getting $84,000 to revitalize Main Streets

By Bill Rea Ontario is helping rural communities by supporting the revitalization of downtown and main streets across the province, and the Town of Caledon ...

Jones calling on minister to make key transportation investments

By Bill Rea Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones is making herself well represented in the mail flowing into Kathryn McGarry’s office. Jones sent three separate open letters ...

CERC holds annual Gala

Tim Hortons’ Match Our Meals program a success

Throughout November and December, the Tim Hortons outlets in Bolton, owned by The Stafford Group, challenged their community to match their donation of $5,000 to ...

Sports

Golden Hawks fall behind early in PJHL playoffs

By Jake Courtepatte The Caledon Golden Hawks may be meeting the Huntsville Otters at the wrong time. Winning five of their final seven games, yet ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Feb. 8, 2018

Yale loss tightens senior standings

Heart Lake Insurance knocked off top dog Yale Industrial Trucks 6-3 last Monday night in Caledon Senior Hockey League action. In the other games at ...

Snowshoe and fat bike races coming to Albion Hills

It promises to be a fun morning out in the snow Feb. 11 when Personal Best Health and Performance Inc. and Caledon Hills Cycling host ...

Ken’s finishes season on top

The regular season is over in the Sunday Night Hockey League, and the Ken’s Lawnmower Repair Blades finished on top of the standings. The final ...

Back-to-back WEF Challenge Cup wins for Eric Lamaze

For the second week in a row, Schomberg’s Eric Lamaze and Chacco Kid won the $35,000 Equinimity WEF Challenge Cup. The event is held each ...

Golden Hawks draw Huntsville in first round of PJHL playoffs

By Jake Courtepatte Wrapping up their best season to date Sunday, the Caledon Golden Hawks enter the Provincial Junior Hockey League post-season with high hopes. ...

Toby Jug Athletes of the Week — Feb. 1, 2018

Bolton’s Mangiapane earns stay with Flames

By Jake Courtepatte Andrew Mangiapane has impressed the Calgary Flames brass enough to earn a more permanent spot with the big-league club. The winger was ...

Oilers take over third in senior hockey standings

The Jiffy Lube Oilers swamped Rutherford Global Logistics 9-0 last Monday night to take over third place from them in the Caledon Senior Hockey League. ...

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