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ADDITIONAL FUNDING AVAILABLE TO ORANGEVILLE FOR CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE
1/16/2018 11:07:41 AM
Orangeville's Sustainability Action Team (OSAT) has an opportunity to get more funding from the province to improve cycling infrastructure and develop new routes in town.

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CARILLION COLLAPSE WON'T AFFECT WINTER MAINTENANCE ON HIGHWAY 10
1/16/2018 11:04:23 AM
Winter road maintenance along Highway 10 from Caledon to Orangeville will continue uninterrupted despite Carillion PLC filing for bankruptcy on Monday (Jan. 15).
The U.K.-based company has a presence around the globe, including 6,000 workers in Canada.

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SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN AND ONLINE APP WITH DUFFERIN TIES GET PROVINCIAL RECOGNITION
1/16/2018 11:02:39 AM
Two local businesses have been named recipients of the 2017 Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence.
The Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario (IFAO) received praise from the province for its social media soil testing campaign.

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MEN TARGETED IN ONLINE SEXTORTION SCAM: POLICE
1/16/2018 8:14:16 AM
OPP is warning that men are being targeted in online blackmail sex scams.
Police say three men in northern Ontario were recently targeted on Facebook, dating sites and pornographic sites.

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ALTON MAN FACES BREAK & ENTER CHARGES AFTER BREAKING INTO ORANGEVILLE HOME
1/15/2018 6:21:46 PM
Police say residents were home when a man allegedly broke into their Goldgate Crescent home.
At about 11:50 p.m. Saturday (Jan. 13), the homeowner called 911 to report that a man had broken a window in the front door to get inside their home.

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OMT OPENS 40TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON WITH MY FAIR LADY
1/15/2018 6:00:06 PM
Orangeville Music Theatre kicked off its 40th season this past weekend with My Fair Lady.
A lot has changed at O-M-T over the past 40 years.

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UNDERCOVER STING LEADS TO CHILD PORN CHARGES AGAINST ERIN MAN
1/15/2018 1:12:46 PM
An undercover online investigation has led to child porn charges against an Erin man.
OPP's Child Exploitation Unit and Digital Forensics Unit started their investigation in September 2017 after receiving information from Guelph Police.

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SHELBURNE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO CONTINUE POPULAR FIDDLE PARADE
1/15/2018 1:04:31 PM
Shelburne's fiddle parade is in jeopardy.
Councillor Dan Sample, who also sits on the Music Festival committee, says the Kinsmen Club, which has organizaed the parade for many years, can no longer run the popular summer event.

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DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR FLOOD RELIEF FUNDING IS FRIDAY
1/15/2018 12:55:13 PM
This is the final week for flood-affected property owners in Orangeville to apply for disaster relief funding through the province.
If you suffered damage within the flood activation area during the June 22-23 and August 1 floods, you have until Friday (Jan.

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PUBLIC HEALTH HOSTS DROP-IN IMUNIZATION CLINICS FOR STUDENTS
1/15/2018 12:50:24 PM
With the deadline looming to have student's immunization records up-to-date, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health is holding two weeks of drop-in immunization clinics.
Starting Monday (Jan.

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TEEN DRIVER CHARGED AFTER TWO PEDESTRIANS HIT IN BOLTON
1/15/2018 12:45:40 PM
Police have charged a teen after she allegedly hit two pedestrians in Bolton.
OPP say two men were crossing at Cross Country Boulevard and Highway 50 last Thursday (Jan. 11) when they were hit.
Both men were taken to hospital with minor injuries.

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RAIDERS HAND JR. A FLYERS SIXTH STRAIGHT LOSS
1/15/2018 11:13:16 AM
The last month for the Jr. A Flyers has been dismal.
Losers of six of their last seven games heading into the weekend, Orangeville was looking to put back-to-back wins together for the first time since early December.

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ORANGEVILLE BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL FACING FINANCIAL PRESSURES; LOOKS TO POLICE BOARD FOR HELP
1/12/2018 5:20:02 PM
Organizers of the Blues and Jazz Festival are looking for some assistance from the Orangeville Police Service Board.
They attended a board meeting to discuss how they can tackle the cost of security next year.

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UPDATE: MONO NORDIC INVITATIONAL RE-LOCATED
1/12/2018 5:16:40 PM
Saturday's (Jan. 13) Mono Nordic Invitational is no longer cancelled.
The Mono Nordic Ski Club says it has been re-located to Highlands Nordic.

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HIGH SCHOOL RELIGION TEACHER FACES SEX CRIME CHARGES AFTER ALLEGED INCIDENT IN DUFFERIN COUNTY
1/12/2018 5:12:45 PM
A religion teacher within the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board is facing sex crime charges.
The Caledon Enterprise is reporting that the Caledon OPP and the Dufferin County Major Crime Unit arrested 34 year-old David J.C.

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KEN KRAKAR RE-ELECTED AS CHAIR OF ORANGEVILLE POLICE SERVICE BOARD
1/12/2018 4:01:25 PM
Ken Krakar has been re-elected as Chair of the Orangeville Police Service Board for 2018.
This will be his second year as Chair.

Anne Welwood, who was also re-elected as Vice Chair of the board, says she has full confidence in Krakar.

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LARGE HOUSE FIRE IN CALEDON
1/12/2018 12:48:25 PM
Caledon Fire says everyone has been accounted for in a house fire on Heart Lake Road.
When firefighters arrived on scene Friday morning (Jan. 12), flames were coming through the roof.
No one was injured.

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OPS READYING OFFICERS FOR MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION
1/12/2018 11:30:58 AM
While many can't wait for marijuana to become legal this year, Orangeville Police Service is preparing for a potential spike in use.

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LOCAL FIRE OFFICIALS REMINDING RESIDENTS THAT SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES
1/12/2018 11:21:48 AM
In the wake of fires that have killed six people and seriously injured several others in communities across Ontario, local fire departments are reminding residents to ensure their smoke alarms are working.

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FLASH FREEZE FRIDAY: FLASH FREEZE WARNING
1/12/2018 5:28:09 AM
A temperature freefall could cause flash freezing in and around the Orangeville area Friday (Jan. 12).
Environment Canada has issued a flash freeze warning for the region as mild temperatures are expected to fall quick.
At 5:00 a.m.

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75 PROPERTY OWNERS AFFECTED BY JUNE FLOOD APPLIED TO MINISTRY FOR RELIEF FUNDING
1/11/2018 5:16:37 PM
The Ministry of Municipal Affairs says 75 flood affected property owners in Midwestern Ontario applied for relief funding.
Last June, more than 400 homes and small business were impacted by the floods in seven municipalities including Mono and Grand Valley.

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O'VILLE POLICE INVESTIGATING AFTER SUSPICIOUS MEN IN MINI-VAN ATTEMPT TO LURE TEEN
1/11/2018 1:48:40 PM
Police are investigating after two men in a white mini-van tried to lure a young girl near Ada Street and Elizabeth Street in Orangeville.
Police say at about 4:00 p.m. Wednesday (Jan.

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ORANGEVILLE FIRE'S FULL-TIME OVERNIGHT SHIFT EXPECTED TO START THIS SPRING
1/11/2018 1:19:22 PM
Orangeville Fire Chief Ron Morden expects the department will switch to a 24-hour full-time service this spring. Money was allocated in the 2018 budget to hire an additional eight full-time firefighters to staff an overnight shift (6 p.m to 6 a.m.).

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SUSPENDED DRIVER GETS JAIL TIME, $12K FINE
1/11/2018 12:49:42 PM
A Shelburne man convicted of driving while suspended will spend time behind bars and pay a steep fine.
Last September, Orangeville Police got a call about a possible impaired driver. Officers stopped the suspect vehicle near Broadway and Sherbourne Street.

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GREENBELT EXPANSION OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED FOR ORANGEVILLE
1/11/2018 12:48:04 PM
The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has set a date for a local open house on the proposed expansion of the Greenbelt.
The open house will be held February 8 at Tony Rose Arena from 5:30-8:00 p.m..

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KINDERGARTEN TEACHER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT WILL LEARN JUDGMENT NEXT MONTH
1/11/2018 12:44:49 PM
An Orangeville kindergarten teacher will learn her fate next month.
Forty-seven year-old Jennifer Lynn Peltier has been on trial for an alleged assault involving a student last April. The St.

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SCHOOL BUSES CANCELLED; RAIN & MILD TEMPS PROMPT SAFETY ADVISORY NEAR WATERWAYS
1/11/2018 9:02:37 AM
Road conditions aren't safe enough for school buses to operate today (Jan. 11) in Dufferin County.
Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportation Services cancelled buses this morning because of icy roads.

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OPP ACROSS THE PROVINCE LOOKING TO HIRE SUMMER STUDENTS
1/10/2018 5:22:28 PM
Summer student positions for the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are now open.
Those interested must be 18 years of age as of May 1st 2018, have a valid G2 driver's license, and standard CPR and Standard First Aid Certification.

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WORKING CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS ALERT TWO FAMILIES IN SHELBURNE AREA
1/10/2018 11:27:34 AM
If not for working carbon monoxide (CO) alarms, it could have been a different outcome for two families near Shelburne.
In the last week, Shelburne Fire has been called to two homes where CO alarms sounded.

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OPS CHIEF PROUD OF OFFICERS' WORK IN 2017
1/10/2018 11:24:14 AM
In a year that saw a rare shooting, an increase in traffic tickets, a new contract for officers and civillians, Orangeville Police Service (OPS) Chief Wayne Kalinski says he is proud of the department's accomplishments in 2017.

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YMCA'S EARLY YEARS CHILD-CARE CENTRE IN CALEDON VILLAGE NOW OFFERING DAYCARE
1/10/2018 10:18:38 AM
New daycare for children four-years-old and younger has opened in Caledon Village.
The YMCA early years child-care centre at Caledon Central Public School has expanded to offer care for toddlers and preschoolers.

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