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National Volunteer Week 2018

April 19, 2018   ·   0 Comments

There is an old saying that goes ““If you want to touch the past, touch a rock. If you want to touch the present, touch ...

Rotary Club of Palgrave Minutes: Earth Day, it’s all about the trees

By Janet Clark When he was a boy growing up in Vermont, Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary International, made a startling discovery: “Trees talk ...

Step up and help your neighbours during ‘Be a Donor’ month

Written by Sylvia Jones April is “Be A Donor” Month. It is an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of organ donations. One donor ...

National Oral Health Month: The importance maintaining your teeth

Written by David Tilson You may or may not be aware that April is National Oral Health Month. It’s a time to remind ourselves about ...

Some kids will never shoot for the stars

By Mark Pavilons I was uplifted by some inspirational words by guests speakers at a Guiding banqueta couple weeks back. Caledon regional councillor Annette Groves, ...

Resolution would protect pensions

The Dufferin-Caledon Federal Liberal Association is proud to announce that its policy resolution, “Employee Pension Protection Strategy,” is headed to Halifax for the Liberal Party ...

Can the small daily paper be saved?

UNLESS ACTION OF SOME SORT is taken, the only daily newspapers left in North America will be a few tabloids and giants like the New ...

More degradation of watershed

The recent approval granted Lafarage to expand its operations near Caledon village (Citizen, March 22) is another example of further degradation of the upper Credit ...

PCs should ‘stick to facts and not scare tactics’

There’s a famous quote by Joe Biden: “Don’t tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you value.” The ...

Pharmacare won’t help much

Your recent editorial on pharmacare caused me to wonder if government will ever learn. Some pundits suggest this is an election ploy by the federal ...

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