Breaking News: the Orangeville- Brampton Rail Line receives a new lease on life

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Founded in 2000, the Orangeville-Brampton Railway serves several industries in Orangeville and Brampton and was also a public excursion train from 2004 until 2018. Due to the decline in rail traffic in recent years, the user group provided formal notice in 2020 that it would terminate its agreement and service on the line as of […]

Whistling Swans = Tundra Swans

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The Headwaters of Ontario is blessed with thousands of ponds and wetlands. In their annual migrations to the Boreal forest and the Canadian Arctic, millions of birds rest in these areas. This ornithological wonder can be tabulated by following “BirdCast “on the internet. It is sponsored by Cornell University and tracks mainly the nocturnal migration of […]

Keeping Caledon Beautiful!

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Community Spirit Exemplified  by dozens of Boston Miller’s. Citizens of Cheltenham and Inglewood who are tired of municipal doublespeak and inaction. Recently,  they came together to clean trash from nearly 4 km of  Boston Mills Road over the last few weeks. “On April 24, the Boston Millers got together and collected a pickup truck-full of […]

Staying Ahead Of The Curve!

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Common Sense vs. Egregious Greed. The prospects of building the new 413 highway have already become a most contentious issue, especially in Caledon. Many would argue that this new proposed motorway is not the solution to our inter-regional trade problems. Based on the expanded theory of induced demand. Meanwhile and more importantly the arterial roads that […]

“Fortune Favours the Brave”

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Requesting 100,000 Donated Trees. Shakespeare once wrote that when Julius Caesar launched his armada in 55 BC to conquer Britain. He had uttered this famous phrase; “Fortune Favours the Brave”! Requesting that our politicians act demonstratively regarding the recently decommissioned OBRC (rail line) might facilitate Caledon the opportunity of receiving 100,000 free trees. The Federal […]

‘Dangerous’ and ‘scary’: Highway traffic in Caledon raises serious concern for some

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Karin and Tom Bremner have been advocating for road safety in Caledon for years. The couple lives in Inglewood and runs a blog through their appraisal company’s website where they talk about road issues and work in Caledon. In their neighbourhood, they see a plethora of cars being rerouted through the village whenever parts of […]

Walk The Line

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Good Morning, The pavers are making good progress with their paving contract on McLaughlin Road North. This is inclusive of the Improvements to Canada`s Great Trail & the Credit Valley Trail. The easterly shoulder of the McLaughlin road has for decades been given a rudimentary widening.  It would be most advantageous to all concerned if this […]