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Chase the ACE with Cobwebs and Caviar

November 20, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Deb Freeman The Alzheimer Society of Dufferin County, in partnership with Cobwebs & Caviar are excited to bring a fundraiser to Shelburne called “Chase ...

‘Paint for a Purpose’ CLD fundraiser for accessible van

By Constance Scrafield You may be surprised to learn that there is no government funding on any level for the transportation needs of Community Living ...

County Council approves 1.9 percent increase for 2018

By Jasen Obermeyer Dufferin County Council has approved its 2018 budget which involves a 1.9 percent increase in the county’s portion of property tax bills. ...

Overnight parking restrictions

A reminder to Shelburne residents and motorists that winter overnight parking restrictions have taken effect, as of midnight last night. No vehicles are to be ...

Shelburne residents facing probable tax hike in 2018

By Peter Richardson Monday night’s council meeting, saw the first draft of the 2018 Budget proposals from Staff and the news was not all good. ...

Second water main break in under two weeks

By Marni Walsh The Town of Shelburne had its second water main break in less than two weeks last Friday morning, resulting in water pressure ...

Feral Cat Rescue secures new temporary site

By Mike Pickford Sharon Morden’s Feral Cat Rescue has been provided some temporary respite in the shape of a private barn, just on the outskirts ...

No “trivial” pursuit, over $10,000 raised for Melodie

By Marni Walsh The community showed its continued love and support for Melodie Montgomery this past weekend raising $10,000 in one evening. The Trivia Night ...

Federal census highlights Shelburne’s growth

By Jasen Obermeyer Dufferin County’s population, recorded in 2016, is up from the 2011 census, with Shelburne seeing the biggest growth. The following numbers are ...

A soldier’s story: virtual records at DCMA

By Brian Lockhart They are names inscribed on memorials and cenotaphs around the county, but they are more than just letters etched into granite. Behind ...

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