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Do what you can (because if we all give a little, together we could do a lot).

December 13, 2018   ·   0 Comments

Written by SHERALYN ROMAN It’s that time of year and while I was tempted to add my two cents worth to the “Baby it’s Cold ...

Time, long overdue, to demand a new road

Written by CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Here is the brutal truth: there are no excuses, no actual reasons, for laying pipelines that deliver fossil fuels, especially bitumen. ...

Alert Ready Test Helps Prepare Us for the Unexpected

Written by SYLVIA JONES As the recently appointed Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, ensuring our communities are safe is my top priority. That’s ...

United Nations Global Compact for Migration

Written by DAVID TILSON ​On Dec. 4, 2018, the Leader of the Official Opposition, Andrew Scheer, announced the Conservatives’ opposition to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s ...

Our governments are here to serve, not conspire

by Mark Pavilons We need to work on our trust issues, people! The Dalai Lama points out that a lack of transparency results in “distrust ...

Husky CEO encourages donations to Santa Fund

An Open Letter to Caledon’s Business Community; Greetings! At this time of the year many of us turn our attention to a well-deserved break and ...

Reader enjoyed editorial page

OUR READERS WRITE Hello Editor Caledon Citizen! I very much enjoyed your editorial page in the Nov. 15 issue. It’s a bit of a cry ...

Updating the newspaper

“Without change there is no innovation, creativity or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that ...

The Insidious Spread of SRSE

Written by SHERALYN ROMAN Everywhere you go you see it. Certainly, when you’re driving, it’s most insidious of all and if you haven’t already had ...

Caledon’s Future is Now!

Written by ALLAN THOMPSON Taken from the Mayor Allan Thompson’s Inaugural Address: Dec. 4, 2018 I re-affirm my commitment to serve the citizens of Caledon.  ...

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