Lets Help Beautify Caledon For Years To Come!

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Thinking that everyone that has contributed to the development, maintenance and improvement of the Caledon Rail Trail over the years should be loudly congratulated .  It is truly one of the most beautiful & defining assets of Caledon.  The volume of traffic on the Rail –Trail makes it an irrefutable fact about being a natural […]

Thank-you for a well conceived and organized candidates debate in Inglewood!

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There was much discussion about the burgeoning issues related to our lopsided domestic demographics. That is, the greatest of these is the exponential rise in the number of seniors who will reside in west Caledon! No single answer will likely cover all the issues regarding how we can create more affordable senior housing. Naturally some of […]

The Monarch Population Has Started To Rebound!

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#monarch #butterfly #habitat #golfcourses This can be witnessed by the greater numbers that we in the North East are seeing. Habitat recovery has been the real key and interconnecting conservation corridors. Thanks to all the land owners, especially the local golf course that have allowed the Milkweed to grow in the bordering rough. Check out […]

Accurate Appraisals email onslaught, hits a Grand Slam!

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BIG Kudos to Brian Baird Manager of Caledon Parks & Regional Councilor Barb Shaughnessy for their immediate support in having the copious amounts of litter removed from the Caledon trail way park terminals.  Having the repugnant smelling Port-o-let cleaned at the Inglewood trail head as well was most relieving!  It has evidently become more than […]

Repositioning the 60km Speed Limit Sign in Inglewood, ON.

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A True tip of the Hat to Eric, Doug & Barb !  Evidently without your assistance none of these small safety upgrade projects would have been accomplished. The implemented changes have resulted in a “notable difference” at which traffic now passes through the Northern fringes of our Village.   If someday in the future there was […]

Osprey Valley Open – Come Watch or Come Play!

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  This year, the Osprey Valley Open tournament donations will be benefiting three local organizations including the Bethell Hospice Foundation, Caledon Community Services, and Credit Valley Conservation. The Bethell Hospice is the only residential hospice servicing all of Caledon, Brampton, and Dufferin County. Charitable donations are critical for such an organization as it allows them […]