Headliners - July 29, 2021

Peel turns focus to targeted vaccination approach as mass clinics wind down

By Rob Paul Peel continues to see positive trends with COVID cases as vaccination coverage increases. As of July 27, the Region has seen 111,804 total cases of COVID-19 and 824 deaths—an increase of 135 cases and four deaths since ...

Dietrich hopes to expand mailbox business through the Summer Company program

By Rob Paul The Summer Company is a program through the Government of Ontario to help students run a summer business. It can provide start-up ...

Environmental Defence holds day of action against 413 plan

By Rob Paul As the Government of Ontario continues to prepare and plan for two new highways through farmland and the Greenbelt, groups took action ...

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Frontline staff at Headwaters hold rally

By Sam Odrowski Healthcare workers across Ontario, including those at Headwaters, represented by the SIEU Union, held a rally in front of the local hospital ...

Transit, growth need to be considered in Peel’s Official Plan review: Mayor

By Rob Paul The Region of Peel’s Official Plan (Peel 2051) review’s public engagement is underway with virtual sessions open to the public to “ask ...

Caledon pop-up market aiming to make a difference by raising money for Indigenous children

By Rob Paul On Sunday, August 8, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. there will be a pop-up market near Lina Marino Park on Valleywood ...

Illegal tree cutting will lead to a minimum $500 fine in Caledon

By Rob Paul Caledon Town Council approved amendments to the Woodland Conservation By-law 2000-100 giving staff the authority to issue tickets to anyone cutting down trees without proper permits ...

Recreation department happy to return to in-person programming after pivoting to virtual

By Rob Paul The pandemic has forced everyone to make changes and most to pivot to a different way of doing things. As Ontario seemingly ...

Caledon offering both in-person and virtual programming throughout the summer

By Rob Paul Now that Ontario is in Step Three of the Reopening Roadmap, the Town of Caledon is able to offer in-person recreation programs ...

Saugeen First Nation receives busload of donations from community

By Sam Odrowski Dufferin County and surrounding communities have rallied together to support a nearby First Nation that’s been in a state of emergency since ...

PAMA focused on being go-to resource for families this summer

By Rob Paul Normally when the summer begins there’s all kinds of outdoor activities, camps, and sports for kids to be involved in, and despite ...

Proposed quarry project in Cataract brings residents together to protect water

By Rob Paul To bring attention and awareness to a potential quarry project in Cataract, multiple environmental groups have banded together to protest the proposal ...

MoD Talk to feature Buffy Sainte-Marie

By Paula Brown  Academy Award-winning Indigenous singer-song writer, Buffy Sainte-Marie is set to guest in an upcoming session of MoD Talks hosted by the Museum ...

Sports

B2B champ Goodrow traded from Lightning to New York Rangers

By Robert Belardi  Just nine days after becoming a back-to-back Stanley Cup champion with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Aurora native Barclay Goodrow has found himself ...

Moffatt Wins $30,000 Open Welcome, Horn takes 5th

By Mark Pavilons Hyde Moffatt of Brantford, emerged victorious in the $30,000 CI Assante Wealth Management Open Welcome held July 22, at Wesley Clover Parks ...

York United knock off The Eddies, returning home this Friday

By Robert Belardi  Your first goal will always be one of the most sensational moments of your career.  It’s a landmark in your journey, and ...

King Township’s Rosie MacLennan off to Tokyo

By Robert Belardi  King City’s own Rosie MacLennan will be part of Canada’ trampoline gymnastics team, as announced on July 5.  Gymnastics Canada and the ...

Historic partnership for The Pulpit Club

By Robert Belardi  The Pulpit Club has partnered with Turf Care Products Canada and The Toro Company in a 10-year-deal, the first ever signing of ...

CDS grad lifts the Stanley Cup for second consecutive season

By Robert Belardi  It’s one heck of a time to be proud to be a local sports fan.  For the second consecutive season, one area ...

ILSA raises $14,000 for Indigenous Youth

By Robert Belardi  The Indigenous Life Sport Academy raised $14,000 in support of Indigenous youth this year.  The Whistler, BC not-for-profit organization sold Indigenous art ...

Two draws for York United this past week

By Robert Belardi  York United couldn’t find their first breakthrough victory in the first three matches of the Canadian Premier League season.  The Nine Stripes, ...

York United falls to Cavalry

By Robert Belardi  York United fell 2-1 to Cavalry FC at IG Field in Winnipeg in the first game of the 2021-2022 campaign.  York, who ...

To be “Stronger” sometimes you have to change

By Robert Belardi  If someone asked you what would September 2021 hold, many citizens might have a puzzled reaction and a very unsure response.  But ...

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