Headline News – September 28, 2017

Province forces Ontario college faculty back to work

By Mike Pickford Ontario college students experienced their second ‘back to school’ day in as many months Tuesday after the five-week standoff between the College Employer Council and the union representing Ontario’s college faculties came to an enforced end. Under ...

Shelburne residents facing 4 percent tax levy increase as Council admits defeat in 2018 Budget

By Peter Richardson Shelburne Council gathered for a special budget meeting this past Monday to once again discuss the municipality’s 2018 financials. Unfortunately, it’s not ...

Dufferin’s first Trans Day of Remembrance touches local lives

By Jasen Obermeyer Dufferin Child and Family Services (DCAFS), and Family Transition Place (FTP) have come together to host Dufferin County’s first Trans Day of ...

Community News

Artists’ ‘Still Beautiful’ tattoos raise funds for FTP

By Mike Pickford A Shelburne tattoo artist is encouraging local residents to get inked, all in an attempt to help make a difference in the ...

Santa’s workshop inspired parade, coming next weekend

By Marni Walsh Santa Claus Parade Chair Lynda Grant of the Shelburne BIA says committee members came up with the theme of Santa’s Workshop to ...

CDDHS students reflect their community in Canada 150 art

By Marni Walsh In commemoration of Canada 150, the Ministry of Education gifted funds to Centre Dufferin High School which students have put to good ...

Life after high school: Bachelor’s or boarding passes?

By Lauri Corlett It’s that time of year again. It’s time for senior students to start thinking about life after high school. University and college ...

Only a few seats left for “back by popular demand” concert

By Marni Walsh Musician Bruce Ley’s Country Classics Concert is back by popular demand at Grace Tipling Hall this Friday night at 7pm. This fantastic ...

Daub: HHCC needs more funding from the province

By Jasen Obermeyer Headwaters Health Care Centre CEO Stacey Daub was at Dufferin County Council last Thursday (Nov. 9) discussing the hospital’s need for more ...

Shelburne remembers locals vets who fought

By Deb Freeman A cold and damp day didn’t stop the residents of Shelburne attending the Remembrance Day service  at The Royal Canadian Legion on ...

7th annual Toy and Food Drive kicks off in Shelburne

By Mike Pickford With Christmas just around the corner Shelburne’s bravest are once again calling on the public to dip into their pockets and help ...

Moving ceremony focused on ‘Sacrifices across the Land’

By Marni Walsh Centre Dufferin District High School students Meaghan Weirmier and Hunter Milsap were the Masters of Ceremony at two assemblies held Monday morning ...

Song and Dance extravaganza to take over Grace Tipling

By Marni Walsh The kids of LP Stage Productions’ That’s Entertainment Jr. took a quick break from their busy rehearsal schedule to pose for a ...

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