Headliners - July 30, 2020

Dig a Little Deeper partners up with Caledon Community Services

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Two local organizations have joined forces to help ensure the Caledon community is served better than ever.  Dig a Little Deeper, Psychotherapy and Counselling in Bolton have collaborated with Caledon Community Services to help one another ...

Local psychotherapy & counselling clinic opens up in Bolton

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL One local group of health care providers have come together to provide the Caledon community, whether that be couples, families, children ...

Province putting up $3.3 million to develop programs to battle hate-crimes in Ontario

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The provincial government is taking significant steps to support the prevention of hate-motivated crimes in communities across Ontario. Last Wednesday (July ...

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Health officials asking attendees of Schomberg party to get tested for COVID-19

Written By MARK PAVILONS York Public Health is asking those who attended a large party near Schomberg recently to get tested for COVID-19. Three confirmed ...

Twin cows born 11 days apart may be first-time occurrence

Written By PAULA BROWN Patsy Glover and Doug Martin, owners of Morningcall Farm, never expected that when one of their cows gave birth to a ...

Rock Garden Farms pushing through challenges amid pandemic

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Rock Garden Farms has had to make several necessary changes in recent months to keep their staff and customers safe, but ...

Town of Caledon launches petition calling for improved high-speed internet

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL The on-going concerns over a lack of high-speed internet options in the rural areas of Caledon has forced the Town of ...

Caledon Equestrian School goes forward with fundraising event amid pandemic

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Caledon Equestrian School is moving ahead with hosting its Summer McGregor Meat Fundraiser to help raise money for the local institution.  ...

Caledon Roots opens new downtown store with business booming

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Area residents now have more of an opportunity to shop for local microgreens after a popular Bolton-based business relocated to the ...

Alleged UFO sightings a semi-regular occurrence in local area

Written By MARK PAVILONS Partially isolated during the pandemic seems like we’re all alone. But we’re not, according to ongoing UFO reports from residents across ...

Changes to turning lanes in Bolton being re-evaluated

Written By MARK PAVILONS What was intended as a measure to help traffic flow through Bolton’s core seems to have had the opposite effect. A ...

Peel Region one of only three municipalities yet to move into Stage 3 of reopening

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL We’ve seen this before, and the shock factor is there again, as Toronto, Peel and Windsor-Essex are once again the last ...

Peel District School Board appoints new director of education

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Peel District School Board (PDSB) has appointed two new senior administrators to help alleviate issues of systemic racism that has plagued ...

Sports

With hockey finally back, we predict round one of Stanley Cup playoffs

Written By ROBERT BELARDI If you think about it, it took a pandemic to bring the Stanley Cup finals back to Canada.  Under these circumstances, ...

Caledon Cyclones ‘ecstatic’ to get back to the top of the food chain

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Maintaining the number one status as the best ranked club in the country at the U-15 level isn’t quite as simple ...

York9 FC hires Sam Gregory as team’s new director of on-field analytics

Written By ROBERT BELARDI York9 FC bolsters their office staff, hiring 27-year-old Kingston native Sam Gregory as the new Director of On-Field Analytics with the ...

New Caledon Golden Hawks coach looking to an make impact

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Brett McCully is not only a family man. The father of three children, is also a community man. He respects where ...

There will be a changing of the guard behind the bench next season as Golden Hawks get new coach

Written By ROBERT BELARDI Former Head Coach Stan Kondrotas and General Manager Sandy Bell will not be returning to the Caledon Golden Hawks Junior C ...

Caledon’s Special Olympians eager to get back to the action

Written By ROBERT BELARDI In 2017, Vice Chairperson Joe Sassine, Gary Derrell and other passionate parents wanted to make a difference in the Town of ...

Virtual Get Fit Day to raise funds for Caledon Meals on Wheels

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL North South Hockey, a hockey club in King City, has launched an “awesome, safe family event” for local residents to enjoy ...

York9 FC manager Jimmy Brennan hoping to return to action soon

Written By ROBERT BELARDI One year ago tomorrow (July 10), York9 FC made history. The club became the first Canadian Premier League team to take ...

What are the odds? Are recreational sports in jeopardy post-COVID-19?

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The year has arrived where sports families have encountered unchartered territory.  It’s already July and not a single summer sports league ...

New Amazing Athletes book may help to sooth those Olympic cravings

Written By ROBERT BELARDI The Olympics were supposed to begin this month. The world was meant to rejoice and gaze their eyes on competitive athletes ...

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