Headliners - June 25, 2015

DIFFERENT KIND OF SHOTGUN START AT DEVIL’S PULPIT
This 105-mm Howitzer was used Monday to officially start the seventh annual Canada Company Charity Golf Tournament at Devil’s Pulpit Golf Course in Caledon. It was fired by members 32 Brigade of the seventh Toronto Regiment of the Royal Regiment of Canada Arillary, led by Master Bombardier Mani Bhatti and consisting of Master Bombardier Karol Stradalowicz, Bombardier Justice MacDonnell and Bombardier Rosa Shao. Canada Company is a charitable, non-partisan organization that offers support for members of the Canadian military and their families.
Photo by Bill Rea

DIFFERENT KIND OF SHOTGUN START AT DEVIL’S PULPIT

CVC hosting summer twilight tours

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is hosting evening tours of local stewardship projects. The tours will be guided by CVC specialists. Discover the benefits to land, ...

Community Events

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter #ON1381 meets every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Friendship Room of Knox United ...

Peel going with facilitation, without Caledon

By Bill Rea Peel Region is going to participate in facilitation over land-use issues in Bolton, but the Town of Caledon is going to be ...

Town looking for nominations for Caledon’s Walk of Fame

The Town of Caledon is now accepting nominations for the 2015 inductee to Caledon’s Walk of Fame. Since 1999, the Walk of Fame has been ...

Learn about appropriate speeds

Caledon residents will be updated on the recent studies to determine appropriate speeds on local roads. The meeting will be this coming Wednesday (July 8) ...

Humber River Shakespeare — Falstaff and the Merry Wives of Windsor open in Bolton

Escape the chaos of Pan-Am and travel to a local park this summer for Shakespeare in the park. Welcome to 1968, where wealthy jealous husbands, ...

Sports

Brewers shut out in back-to-back games

By Jake Courtepatte It’s back to the drawing board for the Bolton Brewers, losing two straight this week while failing to score a run. Riding ...

Sports DQ Athletes of the Week — June 25, 2015

Dodgers back on right track in NDBL

By Jake Courtepatte It’s been a welcomed return to the win column for the men’s AA Bolton Dodgers, who took three of their four games ...

Candele, Foster and Lamaze join Millar on Pan Am team

Yann Candele of Caledon, Tiffany Foster of North Vancouver and Eric Lamaze of Schomberg have been named to the Canadian Show Jumping Team for the ...

C3’s Reid puts on a show at Mt. Tremblant

C3’s Taylor Reid got his start from the local Kinetico Kids of Steel race in Caledon. At just 12 years of age, he started with ...

Caledon’s Routliffe on Parapan team

The Dorado Stars’ very own Tess Routliffe is going to be competing for Canada in the upcoming Parapan Am Games. Swimming Canada and the Canadian ...

Brewers find their groove in win over Martingrove

By Jake Courtepatte After more than a month of woes at the plate, the Bolton Brewers offence has got its groove back. The AAA baseball ...

Bandits defence breaks down against Halton Hills

By Jake Courtepatte The ship is sinking fast for the Caledon Bandits Junior C lacrosse club, as they round out the final month of the ...

Sports DQ Athletes of the Week — June 18, 2015

Double nights of action in the IBHL

The Inglewood Ball Hockey League saw two nights of action last week, and that gave George’s Arena Sports two chances to stretch their lead in ...

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FORMER MAYOR MAKES CONTRIBUTION TO LEGION
Former Caledon mayor Marolyn Morrison was on hand at the Alton branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Saturday with a contribution. She presented a cheque for $1,000 Steve Hayward, who’s in charge of public relations for the branch. The money came from Morrison’s retirement party in the fall, and it will go toward obtaining a light armoured vehicle monument for the branch, as well as repairing the roof on the Legion hall. Also on hand for the presentation were retirement party committee members Marjorie Gibson and Lynda Craig, Morrison’s sons Master Corporal Brad Morrison and Major Andrew Morrison, and committee members Anne Livingston and Councillor Jennifer Innis.
Photo by Bill Rea

FORMER MAYOR MAKES CONTRIBUTION TO LEGION

Fighting invasive species in Caledon

Invasive species pose a growing threat to Ontario’s biodiversity and cause millions of dollars in damage annually. There are more invasive species in Ontario than ...

Crewson says government must follow Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations

In 2008, Stephen Harper stood up in the House of Commons and apologized to the survivors of residential schools on behalf of all Canadians. Seven ...

Be free during the summer at PAMA

Just in time for the summer holidays, the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is presenting a full line-up of exhibitions and family fun, ...

Council approves seasonal wedding facility on west side

By Bill Rea Wedding bells could soon be sounding at a property near the northwest corner of Caledon. Town councillors recently accepted a planning staff ...

Tilson participates in historic tree planting

Dufferin-Caledon MP David Tilson recently participated in an historic tree planting ceremony in Ottawa with Ken Jewett, Mulmur resident and founder of the Maple Leaves ...

Get inspiration and ideas at Delphinium Festival

This year’s Delphinium Festival by Plant Paradise Country Gardens will feature free botanical garden tours (regularly $12), local artisans and two exciting guest speakers. It ...

DELIVERING MEALS FOR THOSE WHO NEED IT

BizBaz: Free to all and coming to Osprey in July

By Tabitha Wells Summer has always been the best time for venturing out to fairs and festivals, taking the family on adventures and more. Events ...

Goggles and Good Times

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