October 2017 Archive

LOTS OF FUN AT FALL FEST

Many ideas on what to do with old Alton School

By Bill Rea Town officials have said they want public input on what to do with the old Alton Public School, and they got it. ...

Ideas being sought for 2018 Ontario budget

The Provincial government launched Budget Talks last week, an online consultation that allows the public to help shape policies and programs that will be part ...

Group looking at ways to deal with climate change

By Bill Rea Climate change may be a serious problem, but a school of thought is maintaining it might have solutions. That possibility was discussed ...

Regional councillors told climate change is real and serious

By Bill Rea There are many who believe it’s a myth, but Peel Regional councillors were recently assured that climate change is very real. They ...

Evening with Jessica Lalonde in Caledon East

St. James’ Caledon East will be presenting a night with Jessica Lalonde Nov. 11. The program will start at 7 p.m. and will feature vocal ...

West Bolton neighbourhood tree planting Saturday

West Bolton residents are invited to be part of making their neighbourhood greener. They are invited to the West Bolton neighbourhood tree planting and free ...

Mars Canada chooses Bolton for largest capital investment in its history

Mars Canada, one of the world’s leading food manufacturers, has chosen Bolton for a significant new step in the company’s growth. Premier Kathleen Wynne joined ...

Caledon Chamber Concert series begins new season

Caledon Chamber Concerts opens its 2017-2018 season Oct. 28 with a performance by the Serenade Ensemble String Trio. The Trio comprises Arkady Yanivker on violin, ...

Horticultural Society to thanks volunteers

The Bolton and District Horticultural Society will be hosting a Bolton North Hill Park donor and volunteer appreciation event. It will be Oct. 21, from ...

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