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Sylvia Jones hits the ground running as cabinet takes shape

July 5, 2018   ·   0 Comments

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR “These are early days,” cautioned Ontario’s new minister of tourism, culture and sport, Sylvia Jones. The Dufferin-Caledon MPP, who won her ...

Right at Home helping Caledon residents with in-home health care

Written By MIKE PICKFORD A new addition to the Caledon business community, Right at Home Canada is here to stay. The organization, which specializes in ...

Student donates hair for cancer

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR Hair today, gone tomorrow. Horrible pun aside, that aptly describes the day young Aiden Singh experienced June 21 when he allowed ...

The king, the man in black and MJ on this day

Written By SCOTT TAYLOR 1937 — Spam, the canned luncheon “meat”, is unleashed on an unsuspecting world. 1946 — The bikini goes on sale after ...

Denis Hopkins remembered

Creating Beauty from the Details; the Traditionalist Artwork of Denis Hopkins Headwaters Arts Members Celebrate Life and Work of Fellow Artist Caledon, ON – Regional ...

Heat warning for furry friends

With much of the province experiencing a heat wave heading into the Canada Day long weekend, the Ontario SPCA reminds pet owners about the dangers ...

Caledon Seniors’ Centre to Offer Pilot Satellite Programs

Over the past 20 years, the Caledon Seniors Centre (CSC) in Bolton, has been offering social, educational, cultural, and recreation activities to those aged 55 ...

TRP Parts & Service shares success after strong first year

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART TRP Parts & Service is a heavy duty truck facility specializing in hard parts & service for the transportation industry. TRP ...

More than 220 former KCSS students go Back to the Sixties

Written By CITIZEN STAFF Although the King City Secondary School’s “Back to the Sixties Reunion” was born out of hesitancy, it took place as scheduled ...

Suspect wanted in eight Bolton break-ins

A man police believe is responsible for eight commercial break-ins in the Bolton area is on the loose and Ontario Provincial Police hope the public ...

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