Headliners - January 23, 2020

Innovative Southlake procedure set Aurora resident on path to recovery

Written By BROCK WEIR Daniel Bryan was always an active guy.  A fit teen who picked up accolades for his athletics, he did what he could to stay fit and healthy – and the diagnosis of a heart defect about ...

‘The Psychic’ a sensational success at Blackhorse

Blackhorse Village Players “The Psychic” is a thrilling murder/mystery/comedy where characters team up and pull the wool over the audience’s eyes in a fascinating whodunit.  ...

Wolfpack falls just short in Div. 2 hockey championship, qualifies for OFSAA

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Iona Dolphins defeated the Robert F. Hall Wolfpack 3-1 to win the division two high school championship last Wednesday.  Both ...

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FTP luncheon to mark 2020 International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (IWD) on Thursday, March 5, is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women — while also ...

Hundreds enjoy annual Fire and Ice Festival, that brings winter fun to Alton Mill

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART The annual Fire and Ice Festival at the Alton Mill certainly lives up to its name. There was plenty of both ...

Seventh generation Innis to share family story at historical society event

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL On January 29, The Caledon East & District Historical Society is presenting The History of the Innis Family Farm, put together ...

Caledon Community Services inviting local residents to job fair, held on Feb. 6

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Caledon Community Services (CCS) is always for the people. Whether assisting them get where they need to go through their transit ...

Caledon’s Electronic Vehicle Society wants to make community ‘greener’

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL With the evolving world of technology, between phones, drones, you name it, Kenneth Boker dedicates his time out of work to ...

As rotating strikes continue, Ontario government offers daily compensation for parents

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Ontario’s four major teachers’ unions are taking action as negotiations with the Ford government continue.  The Elementary Teacher’s Federation of Ontario ...

Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones ‘proud’ of community & provincial initiatives

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones says Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government made huge strides in 2019 and she is working hard to push ...

King, York Regional Police combat infractions in new pilot project

Written By MARK PAVILONS A move by King Township and York Regional Police may just provide some deterrent to bad driving habits. Mayor Steve Pellegrini ...

Humberview principal retiring following 33-year career in education

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL After 33 years working in education, Humberview Principal Sue Fried is retiring on Jan 29.  Students and faculty at Humberview Secondary ...

King City property the grand prize in 2020 Princess Margaret Home Lottery

Written By MARK PAVILONS A King City home is the record-breaking grand prize in the 2020 Princess Margaret Home Lottery. The 9,390-square-foot home on Elmers ...

Sports

Kate Hancock leads Mayfield past St. Aloysius Gonzaga before exams

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Mayfield Secondary School defeats St. Aloysius Gonzaga 1-0 in division one girl’s hockey last Thursday (Jan. 16).  Both teams headed into ...

Golden Hawks end tough week with big win over Siskins

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Caledon Golden Hawks ended a tough three game stretch this week with a 10-3 victory against the Stayner Siskins on ...

Caledon Golden Hawks make Otters swim home after notching big win

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Caledon Golden Hawks clawed the Huntsville Otters 6-1 on home ice last week, moving the local squad up to 29 ...

Robert F. Hall Wolfpack hockey team advance to district finals

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Robert F. Hall Wolfpack defeat the Applewood Heights Axemen 6-0 in a blowout quarterfinal game and defeated Philip Pocock in ...

Caledon Golden Hawks lose two out of three this week

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Caledon Golden Hawks crushed the Schomberg Cougars 5-2, before falling to Midland and Orillia at the beginning of the new ...

York 9 FC secures more players for 2020

Written By ROBERT BELARDI York9 FC continues their signing spree securing five more players through 2020.  Last week it was the fullback duo Morey Doner ...

Robert F. Hall Wolfpack takes over first place in Div. 2 hockey league

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Robert F. Hall Wolfpack enter the new year on top of Division 2 hockey in the region of Peel.  To ...

Robert F. Hall senior basketball program developing well

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Interest in running a senior basketball team was restored two years ago at Robert F. Hall. This program has seen its ...

Golden Hawks take one goal loss in tight game with Alliston

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART It was a fast paced game with plenty of opportunities to score when the Caledon Golden Hawks went on the road ...

Caledon Golden Hawks claw Cougars for rare home win

Written By JAKE COURTEPATTE In a week of ups and downs for the Caledon Golden Hawks, one positive is certainly a rare road win, only ...

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