Letters

Cut bureaucracy

February 10, 2017   ·   0 Comments

The short sightedness of all our governments is unbelievable in 2016-17 times. In the “dark Middle Ages,” the princes, dukes and counts were doing right ...

The case for a pool

My name is Kenneth Bokor and I am one of the initial residents of Southfields Village. I wanted to respond to the negative comments the ...

Caledon village could use a pool

I was totally astounded to read that the new pool for Caledon is to be built six minutes away from Mayfield Pool, and very close ...

Front row seats at council

I had front row seats at Caledon council Oct. 18, 2016. I sat in chambers and listened with great interest to a presentation made by ...

Thanks for helping to welcome Santa

On the behalf of the Caledon Village Association and the Optimist Club of Caledon, I would like to sincerely thank all those who volunteered their ...

Quality may be cause of low enrolment

I read of the latest “low enrolment” challenge at Caledon’s west end schools with interest. I am a parent of a JK aged student in ...

Thank you, Councillor

As a senior recovering from heart failure and a stroke, I learned the hard way about the need for appropriate exercise, nutrition, financial literacy and ...

Are seniors being left out in the cold?

When I attended the recreation visioning for SouthFields community center last year, I listened to a seniors’ group who asked for a bus so they ...

Thanks for supporting Santa Claus Parade

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

Shop with a Cop was a success

At 7 a.m. Saturday at the Walmart outlet near Mayfield and Bramalea Roads, officers of Caledon OPP teamed up with an equal number of young ...

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