Headliners - June 10, 2021

Victory House ready to invite residents to take “Victory Lap”

By Rob Paul When women find themselves in an impossible situation, they need the ability to feel safe and the support to push through. That was the basis for the idea for Victory House, to provide women in need with ...

Belfountain church retains Heritage status after completion of steeple restoration project

By Rob Paul In Caledon there’s a historical building located in Belfountain that has stood for over 130 years and falls under the Ontario Heritage ...

Peel continues to aim for 75% vaccination rate as businesses prepare to re-open Friday

By Rob Paul As Ontario approaches Step One of its re-opening on June 11, Peel Region is continuing to deal with concerns surrounding the rising ...

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Caledon East Community Centre expansion project set to break ground in 2021

By Rob Paul On Tuesday, Council met with Director of Community Services Heather Savage regarding the Caledon East Community Centre (CECC) expansion plan. Council passed ...

The time for apologies is over: Action on reconciliation for Canada’s Indigenous peoples is needed now

By Kyle Seeback, MP Dufferin-Caledon OPINION Our country is grieving following the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation’s devastating discovery of a mass grave with the ...

Caledon resident hopes her efforts to keep the community clean inspire others to do the same

By Rob Paul Children are taught from an early age not to litter and to make an effort to pick up garbage to help keep ...

Leaders call for implementation of TRC Calls to Action

By Sam Odrowski Following the tragic discovery of a mass unmarked grave site containing the remains of 215 Indigenous children at a residential school in ...

Local Food Week showcases the importance of supporting farmers

By Jessica Laurenza June 7 – 13 is Ontario’s Local Food Week – an opportunity to celebrate, appreciate and support fresh, healthy, home-grown food. Ontario ...

Council approves increase in funding needed for Rotary Place senior centre project

By Rob Paul With the current Rotary Place expansion in Bolton—home to the Caledon Seniors Centre—it was identified by staff last month there was a ...

In-class learning won’t resume until September: Province

By Brock Weir Ontario students won’t finish off the 2020-2021 academic year in classrooms. The Province announced Wednesday that remote learning will continue Ontario-wide for ...

Keep it in the family – Foodland owners pass store down to son

By Jessica Laurenza Kurt and Donni Geiser have been the friendly faces of Caledon East Foodland for 14 years, but as of May 30, they ...

Mayor calls for residents’ questions to be answered after Feds deny review of Erin project

By Rob Paul Jonathan Wilkinson, Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, made his decision on May 26 to deny a federal review of the ...

Town offering free programs for Recreation and Park Month

By Rob Paul The Province has slowly begun its re-opening with the stay-at-home order expiring June 2, just in time for Recreation and Park Month. ...

Sports

York United signs on four new players

By Robert Belardi  York United have brought on four new players ahead of the club’s official roster for the upcoming season that was unveiled last ...

Former Central York Panthers forward commits to Queen’s University

By Robert Belardi  Maple native and former Central York Panthers forward Sophie Hudson confirmed on May 20 she will be attending Queen’s University next year.  ...

Local player resurging Team Canada in IIHF Worlds

By Robert Belardi  When Team Canada entered the IIHF World Championships with a roster filled with names such as Adam Henrique, Maxime Comtois and Darcy ...

Former Villanova student Gordon off to Macclesfield F.C.

By Robert Belardi  When Celeste Gordon was just five years old, her father would kick around the soccer ball with her. Her interest was soon ...

Robert’s Rant: Provincial announcement confusing and frustrating for golf and tennis

By Robert Belardi Opinion Let’s face it. This is what we all want.  The Provincial Government and Premier Doug Ford announced last week that public ...

Charity Golf Challenge to be held at Cardinal Golf Club

By Robert Belardi  The eighth annual We Charity Golf Challenge, by Brent Morning and Friends, will be hosted virtually this year.  The challenge will take ...

Robert’s Rant: Tonight is the night we’ve all been waiting for

By Robert Belardi OPINION It came down to overtime in game four of the 1979 quarterfinals between the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs. ...

Golf courses will not re-open during stay-at-home order

By Brian Lockhart Don’t expect to be swinging your clubs on the links any time soon. The links at local golf courses are green, well ...

Country Day School sees more athletes off to post-secondary on scholarships

By Robert Belardi  You truly can’t paint everyone with the same brush. But what you can do is guide everyone with the same compass.  At ...

Roland Varga joining Team Canada in Tokyo this summer

By Robert Belardi  Aurora resident Roland Varga will be competing in Canoe-Kayak for Team Canada in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  The news was officially made ...

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