May 2017 Archive

GTA West word might wait until 2018

By Bill Rea It looks like Caledon residents who have been waiting a long time to learn the status of the GTA West Corridor are going ...

Lots of activity for Greater Toronto Day

Feds announce $434,000 for various Dufferin-Caledon infrastructure upgrades

The 150th anniversary of Confederation is a time to celebrate the places across this great country that unite and connect people in their communities. Brampton ...

Open house at Peel Lodge

Freemasonry is marking 300 years in Canada, and the Peel Lodge in Caledon East will be hosting an open house Saturday (June 3). The public ...

Learn about 1837 Rebellion

William Lyon Mackenzie led the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837. Stories of his alleged escape through Caledon will be the topic at the next meeting ...

Conservatives upbeat over new leader

By Bill Rea The Conservative Party of Canada elected Andrew Scheer as their new leader over the weekend, and there is a lot of enthusiasm ...

Promises to be great time at Wines of the World

By Bill Rea It started off small, but it has grown over the last 20 years. It has become the major fundraiser for the Rotary ...

Village of Alton Storm Drainage Study

The Town of Caledon has initiated a study to evaluate and address flooding issues within the Alton Estates subdivision, as well as concerns with sediment ...

Relay for Life tradition continues at Hall

By Bill Rea There are some things even the threat of rain can’t dampen, and that includes the annual Relay for Life at Robert F. ...

Relay for Life is a way to make a difference

By Bill Rea Cancer is a subject and disease that has hit just about everyone, whether it’s the actual victims, their families or their friends. ...

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