Headliners - August 21, 2014

The crowds were out and in a fun-filled mood Friday night for the annual Midnight Madness, held by the Bolton Business Improvement Area (BIA).  The attractions included a variety of interesting animals. Liam Brown, 4, of Bolton got the chance to make friends with this camel.

Lots of fun filled the streets for Midnight Madness

Talk at Jobs Caledon next week on broadcast journalism career

Jobs Caledon will host a career talk about the broadcast journalism field next Thursday (Aug. 28) from 2:30 to 4 p.m. It will be presented ...

Order tickets for annual Headwaters Arts Gala

The annual Headwaters Arts Festival will run this year from Sept. 19 to Oct. 5. The opening gala will be Sept. 19, starting at 7 ...

Chase The Dream goes Sunday

By Bill Rea Terra Cotta is going to be a very busy place this coming Sunday (Aug. 24). The third annual Chase the Dream motorcycle ...

Medicinal marijuana is industrial, not farming

By Bill Rea The production of medicinal marijuana is going to be considered an industrial land use, as opposed to agricultural. Caledon council came to ...

Three pools in Brampton positive for WNV

Peel Public Health reports three pools in Brampton tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV) last week. That brings to four the number found so ...

COMPETING AT CNE

Mayfield Complex to be closed for renovations

The Mayfield Recreation Complex will be closed to the public from Aug. 18 until Sept. 2. This scheduled shutdown is due to the replacement of ...

Meals on Wheels needs board members

Caledon Meals on Wheels (CMOW) is looking for candidates to replace board members who have reached the end of their terms. The current board is ...

Community Events

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 Navy League of Canada Caledon Branch, in partnership with Giant Tiger Bolton, will be holding their second annual free barbecue (hotdogs and ...

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Jennifer Innis is vying for another position at Town Hall, like Councillor

By Bill Rea Jennifer innis has spent years watching municipal affairs from within Caledon Town Hall. Now she wants to get more involved. Innis made ...

De Rose seeking seat on Dufferin-Peel Board

By Bill Rea Krystina De Rose believes a younger voice is needed on the Dufferin-Peel District Catholic School Board. The Bolton resident has announced she ...

Bolton TD Canada Trust leads way in fundraising for SickKids

By Bill Rea The Bolton branch of TD Canada Trust once again leads the country in raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network. For the ...

Tire Junction marking its sixth anniversary

By Angela Gismondi Tire Junction in Bolton is to celebrating its sixth anniversary with a huge sale on Minerva Tires this week. Starting today (Thursday) ...

Cuisine-Art brings hungry crowds to Alton Mill

Seniors and low-income households get help with repairs and renovations

Peel Region is now accepting applications for Peel Renovates, a program that provides eligible seniors and low-income households with one-time assistance of up to $15,000 ...

Bruce Trail Conservancy’s conservation work celebrated by Ontario Nature

Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) has received Ontario Nature’s Steve Hounsell Greenway Award. In the presence of noted naturalists from around the province, BTC Executive Director ...

Two Bolton Scouts get Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards

By Bill Rea The Scouting movement in Bolton continues to make its mark in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program. Palgrave resident Alexander Court and ...

BODY BUILDING PRO IN TOWN

Daphne Parsons, financial controller of Brampton Flight Centre, and Caledon Councillor Nick deBoer cut this ribbon at one end of the runway at the facility last Thursday night, to start participants on their walk to the other end in the Light Up the Runway Walk, in support of Bethell Hospice.
Photo by Bill Rea

Participants take an evening stroll on runway for Hospice

By Bill Rea It wasn’t a normal use for a runway, but it drew a lot of attention. About 60 participants were out last Thursday ...

Sports

Caledon has a bronze — Local archers compete at Ontario Summer Games

This year, the Ontario Summer Games (OSG) were held in Windsor from Aug. 7 to 10. Caledon sent two archers to the Games — Hayley ...

Brewers fall behind Ivy Leafs early in second round of NDBL playoffs

By Jake Courtepatte The Bolton Brewer were handed their first taste of defeat Sunday, falling to the third-place Ivy Leafs in the first game of ...

Try out for Dorado Stars

The Dorado Stars Swim Club provides quality pre-competitive opportunities for youth in an environment dedicated to the promotion of sportsmanship, friendship, self esteem and the ...

Ride for Karen

Join cyclists from across Ontario Sept. 7 at the Ride for Karen, an annual fundraising ride to send children with cancer to camp. The fully-supported, ...

Howard wins Synoil cup, Graham takes open

U.S. Olympic gold and silver medalist Leslie Howard topped an international starting field to win the $100,000 CSI2* Synoil Energy Services Cup at the CSI2* ...

Great heights reached in pole vaulting tournament

Highland Powerlifting Club to host competition Sept. 13

The Highland Powerlifting Club will host the Orangeville Open Powerlifting Championships Sept, 13 at the Athlete Institute, a world-class training facility at the intersection of ...

Kelly Soleau wins Grand Prix event in Palgrave

By Bill Rea The nice thing about going last in a jump-off is you know what the time to beat is. That’s just what Kelly ...

Andrew Yorke places fourth in Commonwealth Games

It’s been a long journey but Caledon’s Andrew Yorke had the race of his life in his most important triathlon. The 2014 Commonwealth Games had ...

Super Elite Football Camp has grown in seven years

By Jeff Doner In 2007, Nick Burns started Super Elite Football with a vision of promoting and growing the game he loves throughout Ontario. Over ...

911 News

Lots of good work done in Youth Leadership Camp

Car seat clinic

Caledon OPP and Auxiliary officers are organizing a child car seat clinic. It will be Aug. 26, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Bolton Fire Hall ...

Richmond Hill man facing several charges after Aug. 11 incident

A 35-year-old man from Richmond Hill faces a number of charges after a Caledon OPP officer’s attention was attracted in a Aug. 11 incident. Police ...

Caledon starting its door-to-door safety campaign

Caledon Fire and Emergency Services is expanding the Home Safe Home door-to-door program to the entire town. Residents shouldn’t be alarmed if fire crews pull ...

Men arrested for possession of stolen cars

Two Caledon men have been charged with possession of stolen cars. Caledon OPP report that on Aug. 5, officers from the Street Crime Unit (SCU) received ...

Seizure leads to trafficking charge

A Barrie man has been charged with trafficking following a drug seizure by Caledon OPP officers. Police report that on Aug. 8 at approximately 8:43 ...

MAKING SURE THE SEAT IS SAFE

Hit and run on Torbram

An unidentified male received serious, but life-threatening injuries Tuesday night after being hit by a pick-up truck on Torbram Road. Caledon OPP reports a male ...

Stunt driver charged

A 51-year-old Toronto man is facing stunt driving charges following an incident on Highway 10 Aug. 11. OPP report that at at approximately 2:49 p.m. that ...

Ditched car leads to charges

A Toronto man was charged after he ditched his vehicle on Highway 10. Caledon OPP report that on Aug. 7, shortly before 2 a.m., a citizen ...

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