Headliners - October 17, 2019

Debra Jones launching ‘The Successful Healer’ at MoD

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD “This is a reference book,” said Debra Jones, “about the life of an entrepreneur. I want people to go to The Successful Healer.”  She told the Citizen, “I have been working as a mentor for healers ...

DeGazon Music Studios brings third location to Caledon

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Hold the bassoon- there’s a new music school in town! With a quarter century experience as a private instructor, and ...

Town rolling out Community Climate Action Plan to tackle local environmental issues

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Climate change and protecting our environment has become a crucial topic of conversation. Communities are coming together to create action plans ...

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Headwaters Communities in Action holds AGM

Written By MARNI WALSH Headwaters Communities in Action (HCIA) held its Annual General Meeting at the Lord Dufferin Centre in Orangeville on October 8th. The ...

Local group determined to eliminate ‘ugly’ invasive plant

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART You’ve most likely seen the feathery tops that adorn these tall reed-like plants that are sprouting up all around the county.  ...

Local couple supports Headwaters hospital with $1 million donation

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Shelburne residents Joan and Paul Waechter have supported the Headwaters Health Care Centre and Foundation since 1987. On Oct 1, they ...

Caledon’s sister act working to solidify The Focus Market in town

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Sister duo Krystina Zoratto and Lyndsi Pasqualino are the masterminds behind The Focus Market, Caledon’s newest specialized market, designed to ...

Caledon’s BOLTS Plus dominates in its niche market

Written By MARK PAVILONS Recently, Brian and Glenn Wood, Shawn Innis and Jay Mason proudly celebrated the grand opening of their 14th location of BOLTS ...

Local resident hoping to make a difference through ‘Jason’s Quest’

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD Jason’s Quest isn’t really about a colouring book or sports. It’s about helping ourselves and everyone in our community’s lives ...

Hundreds on hand to celebrate Library’s ‘Culture Days’ event

Written By MARK PAVILONS Close to 400 people celebrated “Culture Days” and the launch of Caledon Public Library’s (CPL) new musical instrument collection. It was ...

Local agencies to benefit from overhaul of Ontario’s health care system

Written By MIKE BAKER Eight months on from the Ford government’s announcement of plans to overhaul Ontario’s health care system, service providers in Dufferin-Caledon feel ...

D-C candidates face tough questions on parties’ climate change actions

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD The minutes speed by until the Oct. 21 federal election, and under the Better Ballot Policy on debates, answers to questions ...

Businesses at Paisley Courtyards host community celebration

Written By KIRA WRONSKA DORWARD On Sunday Oct. 6th the women (and man) of Caledon East’s Paisley Courtyards got together to honour their customers and ...

Sports

Caledon Jr. C Golden Hawks remain winless on the road after tough loss

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks continue to struggle on the road, coming oh-so-close to their first away win of the Provincial Junior ...

Half-ice hockey becoming the norm for younger age groups

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE In a nation of hockey-crazed Canadians, there is always a polarizing subject to split the population. The latest has been the ...

CSHL News

Yale 6, Jiffy Lube 4 The other Yale goals were scored by team rep Ian Kerr, Roger Sinclair and Steve Tarasco. Joe Palumbo and Steve ...

Caledon Golden Hawks hold off Flyers to return to win column

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The Caledon Golden Hawks managed to pick up a welcomed two points in Sunday’s home matchup against Midland. Taking to the ...

Caledon Golden Hawks lose on the road before rebounding with home ice win

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A rollercoaster of an early season schedule saw the Caledon Golden Hawks earn a split in points for the second weekend ...

CSHL Corner

Scott Sinclair, in the same vintage form as the classic Corvettes he judges in car shows around the world, set up four goals to ensure ...

Caledon Women’s Hockey League hosts annual Udder Tournament

Written By MARK PAVILONS The generosity of the community and a well organized event come together for a worthwhile cause this November. The Caledon Women’s Hockey ...

New Lowell claims North Dufferin Baseball League championship win over Bolton

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE For the second straight year, it was a bridesmaid/bride situation for Bolton Brewers baseball. The senior AA club fell in five ...

Caledon Golden Hawks hang on for first win of PJHL season

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A big sigh of relief for the Caledon Golden Hawks. The junior C club broke a three-game losing streak to start ...

BOKS brings physical literacy program to Palgrave Public School

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE According to Stats Canada, kids should average sixty minutes a day of moderate to vigorous physical activity. As it currently stands, ...

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