Headline News – January 18, 2018

‘Banner year’ for Headwaters Health Care Foundation

By Mike Pickford It has been a big 12 months for Headwaters Health Care Centre. With the unveiling of its new $14 million ambulatory care unit in the fall and a multi-million-dollar renovation project to open up a third operating ...

Provincially funded naloxone kits available in pharmacies

By Brian Lockhart As deaths from fentanyl overdoses continue to rise, the Ontario government has responded by issuing naloxone kits that can temporarily reverse the ...

Polar plunge adds a little more “chill” to Shelbrrr Fest

By Marni Walsh “Shelbrrr Fest” will add a chilly Polar Plunge to the family friendly events of this year’s annual winter festival held at Fiddle ...

Community News

Shelburne doctor receives provincial recognition

By Marni Walsh Dr. Richard Magder of Shelburne Family Chiropractic says being named Top Recent Graduate by the Ontario Chiropractic Association in 2017 is a ...

Dufferin Para Athlete seeks sponors for nationals

By Marni Walsh Shelburne area teen, 17 year old Daniel Mustapha is proud to have earned the opportunity to represent Ontario in a bid to ...

Headwaters Tourism hosts annual awards ceremony

By Jasen Obermeyer Headwaters Tourism this week made their annual Headwaters Tourism awards, recognizing local businesses and individuals who help attract tourists to Dufferin County ...

Dufferin’s Digital History Project goes National

By Marni Walsh Recently retired Centre Dufferin District High School teacher Neil Orford has announced that his developed in Dufferin “Digital Historian Project” (DHP) will ...

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 ...

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 ...

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