Brampton City council has just decreed that the potential 10 km of OBRY parkland be mothballed. Shamefully the potential for future civic profit appears to be taking precedence over the evident benefit that a million or more Citizens could enjoy by having additional parkland running through their neighborhoods. The big question remains, what will Caledon Town […]
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 […]
Hello James; Fixing the ward 1 roadways and their 2 parallel trail-ways has been a small but pivotal step forward. There is no doubt that Caledon has become a richer and fuller community due to the efforts of you and your colleagues. May it also be noted that after nearly 15 years of petitioning the […]
Hallelujah the pavers are coming to Town. Caledon is now building back better just north of the village Inglewood. McLaughlin road, the Credit Valley and a portion of Canada’s Great Trail will finally receive their much needed makeover. We salute council for making Caledon a stronger and safer community.
Afternoon Mayor Thompson, Mostly, due to the never-ending joys and tribulations of running a small professional business here in Caledon. I stumbled upon this belated reply and posted an update, pardon my undeniable tardiness. We at Accurate Appraisals; thank you for the (overlooked) but much-needed added support. One of my dedicated colleagues a few […]
Recently despite the valiant efforts of local Councillor Lynn Kiernan and her 45 volunteers. All of whom braved the windy elements in a concerted effort to draw attention to many of the blatant safety deficiencies endemic to south highway 10. The highway claimed at least two more souls. We sincerely salute all those that volunteered. […]
One small step further forward. One giant leap for all trail aficionados. Thank you!
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 […]
Regrettably sometime in 2022, Caledon will have 2 less regional councilors. This loss in representation might present an excellent opportunity to show the electorate why your vote truly counts! Perhaps this is the time to stand up and be counted regarding the very poor condition of our regional roadways. Even during these tepid commuting days […]
A Day of Infamy! Nearly 80 years ago, FDR referenced these words highlighting the historic nature of the attack on Pearl harbour on December 7th, 1941. Citizens of Caledon should likewise mark this day in their Civic Calendar. Once again, Provincial Transport Authorities veto-ed Town Council recommendations regarding safety upgrades along Highway 10 – untruthfully […]