Waiting On A Change

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This past week HWY 10 has witnessed two fatal collisions. This resulted in the death of two citizens along with closure of the Hwy for many hours. Our community has been petitioning for change for decades. Perhaps this humorous video might lend insight to the ridiculous inertia facing the desperately needed highway 10 safety upgrades. Meanwhile may […]

By-passing Caledon Village!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Brampton News, Burlington, Caledon, Transport Supportive Development

The 4 corners through Caledon Village is quickly becoming a vehicle quagmire. An already hazardous 4 corners is now expected to handle an exponential spurt in traffic. Much of this near future demand will stem from Erin`s 5 new recently approved subdivisions. Plus the Town of Caledon`s approval 4 new aggregate operations in Ward 1. […]

People Or Profit

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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 […]

‘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 […]

Highway 10 through Caledon Claiming 2 More Souls.

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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. […]