Headliners - March 29, 2018

Former Caledon mayor speaks at historical society meeting

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Emil Kolb, former mayor of Caledon and chairman of the Region of Peel, recently spoke at the Albion-Bolton Historical Society, discussing his family’s life story. The meeting took place this past Monday (May 14) at the ...

Some positives in budget for Mayor

By Bill Rea There was some good items in last Wednesday’s Provincial budget, as far as Mayor Allan Thompson was concerned. But he was curious ...

Four candidates square off at Dufferin Board of Trade forum in Shelburne

Written By Pauline Kerr Healthcare, hydro costs and environmental protection – the Dufferin Board of Trade’s candidates’ forum at the Shelburne Legion on Tuesday (May ...

Allan Thompson seeks re-election in Caledon

Written By Jasen Obermeyer Caledon Mayor Allan Thompson is the eyeing re-election in the upcoming municipal election, reflecting on his first term, and what the ...

Provincial candidates largely negative on budget

By Bill Rea The Provincial budget brought down last Wednesday by Finance Minister Charles Sousa offered lots of promised spending, along with some people paying ...

Green Party leader Mike Schreiner outlines platform in visit to riding

By Mike Pickford Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party of Ontario, made Orangeville the final stop on his week-long, province-wide tour last week, telling ...

‘The Golden Voice’ to perform at CrossCurrents

Singer-songwriter and producer Jorge Luis Rojas, professionally known as Rojitas, will be performing next Friday (April 13) at CrossCurrents Cafe in Bolton. Known for his ...

Community Events

  THURSDAY, APRIL 12 “Has your life been affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon Family Group is for you.” The Bolton group meets Thursdays at ...

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Humberview Secondary’s track and field receives money from town and region

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The Peel District School Board (PDSB) and the Town of Caledon have agreed to enter into a partnership for the construction ...

Allan Drive Middle School students unveil invention projects

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER After working on them for two months, the Grade 8 students at Allan Drive Middle School have unveiled their invention projects ...

100 Women gives $7,600 to Caledon-Dufferin Victim Services

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Caledon’s 100 Women Who Care chapter will be donating to the Caledon-Dufferin Victim Services. The women gathered at the Caledon Ski ...

Amica Mature Lifestyles celebrates grand opening in style with event in Brampton

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Amica Mature Lifestyles celebrated their grand opening of their retirement residence in Brampton, the first retirement community in Brampton offering a ...

Seventh name added to D-C ballot

Written By MIKE PICKFORD There will be an unprecedented seventh name added to the ballot when local voters turnout for next month’s provincial election. Stephen ...

Local motivational speaker to host community event

Written By Jasen Obermeyer Peter Tolias, co-founder of the social movement I Can, We Can!, was at Caledon Council, to give tickets to councillors for ...

Tweedsmuir Presbyterian Church dedicates accessibility project

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART For those with a disability, getting to church has been made a whole lot easier at Tweedsmuir Memorial Presbyterian Church in ...

Dufferin-Caledon Liberal candidate looking forward to election

Written By Constance Scrafield Bob Gordanier, Liberal Candidate for Dufferin-Caledon in the June 7 provincial election, has opened a campaign office at 308 Broadway, Orangeville, ...

Caledon resident Lisa Bentley, a former Ironman winner, releases new book – An Unlikely Champion

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Lisa Bentley, a resident of Caledon and a former triathlete, has released her first book, which she hopes will help others ...

Robert F. Hall hosts Grade 8 mental health and wellness conference

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School recently hosted a health and wellness conference for Grade 8 students who will be going ...

Sports

Bolton Dodgers ride heavy bats to early North Dufferin success

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE Through the first week of the North Dufferin Baseball League season, no team was hotter at the plate than the Bolton ...

Caledon Bandits still searching for first win of OJCLL season

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE A heavy dose of offensive production was not the remedy for the Caledon Bandits early season woes, who fell to 0 ...

Brewers open North Dufferin season with double-digit win

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE The reigning champs of the North Dufferin Baseball League are proving once again to be a force to be reckoned with. ...

Caledon Senior Hockey season wraps up

April 16, 2018 The Caledon Senior Hockey League’s playoff round-robin may have been close but that was not the case for the championship final. With ...

Caledon’s Raddysh leads OHL’s Greyhounds to semifinal series

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE There’s an old saying, that there’s no moment more exciting in sports than a game seven. Caledon’s Taylor Raddysh, at just ...

Bolton Brewers looking to repeat as NDBL champions

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE It may be hard to believe, but baseball season is just around the corner. With the white stuff still on the ...

Novice, bantam Hawks take Tri-County championships

By Jake Courtepatte It was a fitting trio of titles for the Caledon Hawks in the Tri-County league championships. Both the novice AE and bantam ...

Sports Toby Jug Athletes of the Week — March 29, 2018

Hard hitting action in Sunday Night Hockey League

The Pommies Cider Co. Wild are sitting in pretty good shape after six evenings of round-robin play in the Sunday Night Hockey League. They have ...

Six-way tie in senior hockey round-robin

The playoff battle in the Caledon Senior Hockey League is the most intense in years. After two games of the round-robin, all six teams have ...

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