Stonebridge Windows & Doors

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When it comes to reliable service at a great price, you can’t beat Stonebridge Windows & Doors.     With over 15 years of experience they have the knowledge base and expertise to do the job right. Specializing in bay windows, they also do wall cut-ous through concrete, wood or brick.       Brian […]

Gypsy Moth Caterpillars

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The threat to our trees posed by the European gypsy moths caterpillars is more evident this year than ever before. These voracious pests, an invasive species, are causing destruction to trees throughout Caledon and beyond. Some tricks to slow the spread include spraying with BTK, a biological insecticide. After ingesting a leaf treated with BTK caterpillars […]

Thank-you letter to the Mayor!

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Afternoon Gentleman, Congratulations are in order as it has finally started. The prototype of the first identifiable road crossing; undoubtedly every citizen of the realm the uses the Caledon trail will be delighted. Combine this with the work of many dedicated volunteers, numerous garden groups and of course, the new sponsored benches, the already popular Caledon trail continues […]

Building Good Karma!

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  Many a renowned prophet has enunciated that the true measure of a civilization is measured by how every member is accorded dignity and grace. See the Orangeville citizen article detailing Birch Shoppe founder and catalyst, Carlo Summaria, discussing the possibility of initiating a Harvest Caledon program this spring, summer and fall. The Birch Shoppe launches […]

A Majestic Surge

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One of the highlights of this Easter weekend was spotting five Sandhill cranes.   They were observed just north of Inglewood as they repeatedly circled in their efforts to catch the high thermals, while heading north. Could this quintet be part of the Lake Erie (long point) winter population that is slowly recolonizing their historical breeding grounds? […]

A Unique Sighting!

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In 1962 Naturalist Rachel Carson penned some of the earliest warnings about the consequences of ubiquitous spraying of herbicides. “The fact that every meal we eat carries its load of chlorinated hydrocarbons is the inevitable consequence of the almost universal spraying or dusting of agricultural crops with these poisons”. Predatory birds like the Osprey, Bald […]