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Comic Expo at the Caledon East Community Complex

There’s something for everyone at the Comic Expo in Caledon tomorrow, Saturday, May 4. Superhero fans, anime addicts, sci-fi lovers, and comic book enthusiasts will all find something interesting at the Caledon East Community Complex. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The expo has an array of fun...

Peel sees dramatic rise in STIs

A recent report to Peel Region Council from the region’s health authority showed the rates of several sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in 2023 compared to previous years. A presentation to council from acting medical officer of health Dr. Katherine Bingham said the health unit continues to face human resources challenges...

Town staff in legal strike position

Public works and parks and recreation staff at the Town of Caledon have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action. The 120 members of CUPE Local 966 held a strike vote on April 29 - 88 per cent of eligible members voted with  92 per cent of them supporting a...

Cyclist succumbs to injuries in Caledon crash

Officers from the Caledon Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a fatal collision on Winston Churchill Boulevard. On April 30, just after 7:30 p.m., police and emergency crews responded to a collision involving a passenger vehicle and a cyclist on Winston Churchill Boulevard, just north of King Street. The...

Firefighters going door-to-door in Caledon

A Caledon firefighter could visit your home between May and October as part of the ‘Home Safe Home’ door-to-door program. Launched in 2007, the program encourages residents to check that they have working smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms and provides the opportunity to learn more about fire safety from firefighters. “Working...

Ford announces Highway 413 at Caledon press conference

The Ontario government is moving ahead to build Highway 413 after reaching an agreement with the federal government. “We are delivering on our promise to build Highway 413 with a plan to fix gridlock and get drivers across Halton, Peel and York regions where they need to go faster,” said...
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