Monthly Archives: July 2014
Front Page News!!! Why more concrete is not a good idea in a World Biosphere village that is supposed to be protected Escarpment land or in other words “How we spent our summer”. http://www.newspapers-online.com/caledon/?p=8824
Caledon Fire and Emergency Services is expanding the Home Safe Home door-to-door program to the entire Caledon community. Donât be alarmed if fire crews pull up to your house and approach your door; there isnât a fire, but rather, firefighters … Continue reading
CVCâs Countryside Stewardship team is excited to announce its first everÂ TwilightÂ Tour Series! Embark on a journey with us through the rural landscape of the Credit River Watershed.
OPP Reminding off Road Riders to Wear Proper Safety Equipment The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Central Region has investigated two deaths related to off-road vehicle use this past week.Â
Keep Emergency Personnel Safe During Long Weekend Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be looking to Ontario drivers to help them reinforce the importance of Ontarioâs âMove Overâ law by setting a good example and observing this important law over the … Continue reading
Update July 28: The ESR from the Region of Peel is posted on this pageÂ http://www.belfountain.ca/?page_id=15810 We welcome your comments! —————————————————————————————- Hello all lovers ofÂ our beautiful, smallÂ Belfountain hamlet landscape. The Region of Peel plans to completely change the rural charm of … Continue reading
The Belfountain Salamander Festival was created to bring people together to celebrate our community, its history, heritage, parks, trails, and, of course, the survival of the endangered salamander. Â This year we celebrate our 18th Salamander Festival, in conjunction with … Continue reading
2014 BCO Lobsterfest Fun at the Belfountain Inn The BCO’s First Annual Lobsterfest Fundraiser was an enormous success. We would like to thank everyone who participated!
OPP Report Two Road Deaths Over Canada Day Long Weekend Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) wrapped up its four-day Canada Day weekend traffic safety campaign on July 2, 2014 with two reported deaths on OPP-patrolled roads.