‘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 […]

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 […]

Community Safety Zones in Caledon!

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All citizens of the realm inevitably become richer with the introduction of safety zones in their communities.] A recent article in the Caledon Enterprise highlighted the danger of reckless driving within Caledon. See the article linked below: Brampton truck driver charged in Hwy. 10 crash that killed Caledon woman Not only do our roads last longer, […]

Yours to Discover & Open for Business

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Protecting Trail Visitors Recently, we have seen an uptake in the number of urban tourists visiting our hamlets & villages, by traversing the trailways. Largely due to the COVID-19 quarantine, this mushrooming phenomena of Urban tourism will predominate the service sector economy into the foreseeable future. Factually, hundreds – if not thousands – regularly traverse […]