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Local business saved precious photos

February 20, 2018   ·   0 Comments

I wanted to write and share my positive story about one of our local businesses. My beloved dog died Jan. 18. Abby was sick for ...

Who the Liberals are fighting for

I have been asked many times why I am running as the Liberal candidate in Dufferin-Caledon in the upcoming provincial election. I’m running because I ...

Complete EA on Corridor

The following open letter, addressed to Transportation Minister Kathryn McGarry from Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones, was submitted to the Citizen for publication. As you are no ...

Moments from the Golden Globe Awards

On the “red carpet” at the Jan. 7 Golden Globe Awards, we saw a “walk” of black dresses and black suits worn in respect and ...

Aggressive action needed to curb tobacco

What is Canada’s leading preventable cause of disease and death? It’s tobacco. This week is National Non-Smoking Week, providing a reminder that tobacco is still ...

Shop with a Cop was a big success

At 7 a.m. Dec. 16, in the foyer of the Bolton Walmart outlet, 50 OPP officers from the Caledon detachment, led by Inspector Ryan Carothers, ...

Thanks for making parade a success

On behalf of the Bolton Kin, I would like to acknowledge the contributions of many local businesses that made it possible for Santa Claus to ...

Time for #MeToo

November is Woman Abuse Prevention Month, so I write the following words for women everywhere who are raped — mentally or physically, humiliated, demonized, demoralized, ...

Budget presentation was impressive

Re “Tax hike of 3.35 per cent being proposed” (Caledon Citizen, Nov. 16): Congratulations to the Citizen for getting it right. Bill Rea’s article on ...

Future danger in Palgrave

Our community of Palgrave is at a serious road safety risk with the construction by Rafat of curbs and trail realignment. This has been approved ...

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