Headliners - June 4, 2020

Caledon Public Library planning for ‘gradual reopening’, says CEO

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Alongside restaurants, retail stores and other local businesses, the Caledon Public Library has been temporarily closed to the public for the past three months, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  As we take steps towards gradually reopening ...

CPCC embracing virtual programming in bid to serve local families

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL As the COVID-19 pandemic keeps families at home, programs and services everywhere have turned to virtual platforms to keep parents and ...

Caledon nursing home ‘in good shape’ as military issues damning report on industry

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Five senior care homes have been condemned by a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) report showing negligence, abuse and unhygienic conditions during ...

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Caledon Seniors Centre celebrating ‘Seniors Month’ with line-up of virtual programs

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The Caledon Seniors Centre has transitioned to online programs to keep seniors together and active amid the COVID-19 pandemic. June marks ...

Town of Caledon launches new website & online service

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The Town of Caledon has launched a new website.  On Monday the Town unveiled its new online portal, which will introduce ...

Headwaters hospital receives $100,000 donation from Argo Development

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL With the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic stacking up, the Headwaters Health Care Foundation has been hitting brick wall after brick ...

Various summer events, big and local cancelled due to COVID-19

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL As the weather starts to warm up, we should all be getting excited for going outside, attending events and enjoying our ...

Dufferin-Caledon set for $12 million investment in rural broadband

Written By MIKE BAKER Many rural households across Dufferin-Caledon will soon be introduced to the 21st century, with Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology (SWIFT) set to ...

Family Services of Peel develops new initiative to connect seniors stuck at home

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Family Services of Peel is doing its part to help ensure local seniors stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The ongoing ...

Caledon tennis courts won’t be opening any time soon following CMO decision

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The reopening of tennis courts in Caledon has been denied by Chief Medical Officer of the Region of Peel Dr. Lawrence ...

OHL hockey legends organize fundraiser to support pair of Ontario hospitals

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Sport is more than a competition. It’s about dedication, hard work, teamwork and supporting one another. With that in mind, three ...

Gordon Lightfoot struggling with COVID-19 restrictions

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD “I’m paying attention to my very extended family,” said Gordon Lightfoot in a telephone interview with the Citizen this week, referring ...

GoodLot beer available for curbside pickup during COVID-19

Written By REBECCA WESTON Popular craft beer stop, GoodLot Brewery, has had to adapt their operations amidst COVID-19.  GoodLot has been deemed an essential service, ...

Sports

Caledon native Brett Murray didn’t expect AHL to cancel its season

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Cancelling a sports league is a rarity. From amateur all the way to professional, it’s not something any organization ever wants ...

Canadian Premier League clubs launch new mask campaigns amid COVID-19 crisis

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Three Canadian Premier League club’s unveiled branded face masks to uniquely support those in need in their communities.  The Halifax Wanderers ...

York9 FC becomes the first Canadian club to sell a domestic player to European team

Written By ROBERT BELARDI York9 FC became the first Canadian Premier League club to sell a player to Europe this past week.  The Nine Stripes ...

Mayfield Golf Club primed for success following recent reopening

Written By ROBERT BELARDI For the first time all season, owner and director of golf and food services at Mayfield Golf Club Christopher De Laat ...

Caledon golf courses reopen in time for Victoria Day long weekend

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Just in time for this past long weekend, the provincial government gave the green light for recreational centres, such as boathouses, ...

Caledon Golden Hawks moving to a new home next season

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Caledon Golden Hawks will not be playing their home games in Caledon East this year, team president, David Arsenault says.  ...

The Olympics is one of the few competitions that offers hope

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Former 11-time Ironman champion and motivational speaker Lisa Bentley says, the 2021 Olympics will be an extraordinary celebration.  This past March, ...

Bolton Brewers coach ‘will be happy to just play ball’ this season

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Bolton Brewers will be happy to play whatever ball they can get as the team awaits further news from the ...

Popular RAM Rodeo postponed until last weekend in September

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART The popular RAM Rodeo that takes over the Orangeville Agricultural Centre every June will still go ahead, but it has been ...

Nine Stripes keeping active throughout pandemic

Written By ROBERT BELARDI York9 FC continues to remain active both on the market and internally within the club.  While waiting for the highly-anticipated green ...

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