Saluting Exemplary Public Service!

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President John Kennedy once said, “ for those to whom much is given, much is required”. Recently, Mayor Tory and Premier Ford have dutifully donned this heavy philosophical mantle. This week`s Solomon-like rhetoric about the greater good taking precedent over the expression of individual sentiments, solicited much public opinion. Realistically these defining statements help establish the […]

Avian Professors Roosting in West Caledon!

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A hardy pair of northern ravens have just finished raising a family of 3 in a most bucolic setting over looking the Credit River just north of Inglewood. These sizable and highly intelligent tricksters are relatively recent returnees to the Caledon Hills.  Shunned, shot and poisoned by man for their propensity to eat carrion, farm produce and their dark […]

Bicycles, Transport and Housing

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On October 14th, Caledon OPP reported a collision crash between a motorcycle and transport truck. This is not uncommon in the area and something must be done for the safety of the community. In fact, earlier this month a group of volunteers conducted a study observing the intersection of Highway 10 and Olde Base Line. Clearly, […]

Sightings of our Elusive Pink Panther

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One of the intangibles benefits of completing over 15,000 rural appraisals is all the tidbits of country folklore that our appraisers have accumulated over the last 25 years. One of these is the consistent but unsubstantiated rumor of big cats living and breeding throughout southwestern Ontario.   Something that our inquisitive appraisers collectively thought earned honourable […]