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Leadership hopeful Bernier stops in Bolton

March 9, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Bill Rea Making things easier for the entrepreneur will also improve the economy of Canada. That’s what Maxime Bernier is promoting in his quest ...

BFC empowering women to fly

Brampton Flight Centre is joining aviators around the world for the Women in Aviation Week — Fly it Forward Challenge. Girls and women are invited ...

Blood donor clinic March 14

Canadian Blood Services reports they need 100 donors at their next community blood donor clinic in Bolton. It will be this coming Tuesday (March 14) ...

Jones not impressed with government’s announced plans for electricity rates

By Bill Rea The Province is promising lower electricity bills for residents, but Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones is maintaining the government of Premier Kathleen Wynne is ...

Godly Play coming for March break

Caledon East United Church will be holding a Godly Play March break event. It will run March 13 (Monday) and March 16 (Thursday) from 10 ...

Concert series presents all-Mozart program

Caledon Chamber Concerts continues its 2016-17 season March 25 with a concert by the Lacroix-Vachon Duo. Frédréric Lacroix on pianoforte and Christian Vachon on violin ...

Drop in for March break fun at Caledon Parent-Child Centre

Parents with children up to six years of age are encouraged to drop in to the Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) and enjoy some free March ...

Last Tuesday was the traditional tier for eating pancakes, and they were in ample supply at various location in Caledon. Drew Haines of Brampton was being served his dinner at St. John’s Anglican Church on Highway 9 by Margaret French and Susan Schuschu.
Photos by Bill Rea

There were plenty of pancakes throughout Caledon last Tuesday

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