Headline News – September 13, 2018

Shelburne Councillor Steve Anderson partners with DCAFS for Bell Canada Backpacks for Kids program

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER Councillor Steve Anderson has partnered with Dufferin Child and Family Services (DCAFS) to make school life a little easier for students, thanks to receiving 15 new backpacks from Bell Canada. The Bell Canada Backpacks for Kids ...

Shelburne Home Hardware donates $20,000 worth of supplies to Habitat for Humanity

Written By MARNI WALSH Bill Gillam, owner of Shelburne Home Hardware, has been donating to Habitat for Humanity since 2003 when he built his Peterborough ...

Council hears from businessmen about proposed cannabis production site

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Shelburne Council Meeting on Monday may have been better dubbed the Steve Wever Show, as the Town Planner held the floor ...

Community News

Dedication service at Island Lake lets folks remember lost loved ones

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART What started out as a single tree has become a mighty forest at the Island Lake Conservation Area. The forest area, ...

Shelburne Legion News

Written By LESA PEAT I would like to share with all of you a experience I had on Friday night past. It was a wing ...

Christian Perspectives: Made holy by him

There is a fresh wind of the Holy Spirit moving and it is going to shake everything up except His Kingdom. His blood-bought people who ...

Shelburne Library News – lots of events on the horizon

Written By ROSE DOTTEN Library Literary Event Sunday, September 16, 2018 @ 2:00 pm Gail Bowen will be our featured author at one of our ...

151st Shelburne & District Fair opens with Ambassador comp

Written By MARNI WALSH The 151st Shelburne and District Fair opens this Friday, September 14th starting with the Exhibit Hall displays and competitions at 6pm. ...

All candidates meetings, electronic voting in Mono

Written By TOM CLARIDGE The Town of Mono, currently in a close race with Shelburne to become Dufferin’s second largest urban community, is going to ...

Hospice Dufferin board chair ready for another raucous ride

Written By MIKE PICKFORD When Dan LaCute awoke from a strange dream roughly five years ago, he could never have imagined the path it would ...

Something to crow about with Shelburne & District Horticultural Society

Written By MARNI WALSH The Shelburne and District Horticultural Society got ready for autumn on Sunday, September 9th with a Scarecrow Workshop in Horningmill’s. The ...

Christian Perspectives: It’s a new season

It’s a new season …in Shelburne. Summer is having a brief celebration before welcoming the fall. We look forward to a great season ahead. We ...

Cyclist injured in collision in Shelburne, police caution to share the road safely

In the late afternoon in Wednesday August 29th, Shelburne Police together with Dufferin County Paramedic Services, and Shelburne District Fire Service responded to a collision ...

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