- Deadline Tonight! Stop Bill 66 Environmental Destruction
- Paramedic Information Session Ward 1 – Jan 19th – 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
- Aggregate Rehabilitation Master Plan for Belfountain, Cataract, Caledon Village & Alton areas – Jan 23rd 6:30pm
- Tonight Town of Caledon Motion Regarding Bill 66
- Urgent and Important! Save our Water, Greenbelt, Farmland, Oak Ridges Moraine
Category Archives: Events
TO THE RESIDENTS OF BELFOUNTAIN: Paramedic Chief Peter Dundas, has authorized three public information sessions in Caledon, two in Bolton and one in Mayfield, regarding the new Regional delivery model for Paramedic services. No sessions have been scheduled for West … Continue reading
Further to our recent email regarding Bill 66 and what you can do to have your voice heard, The Toronto Star has published this clear concise outline of what is happening and what it means to us. Developing the Greenbelt … Continue reading
This week the Government of Ontario introduced what they call an economic development tool, an open for business planning bylaw (regulation) which would exempt major economic development projects, major employment uses from planning and environmental laws. This bill gives municipalities … Continue reading
The Town of Caledon is asking for community input and insight to inform and shape the plans for the preservation of rural community character and infill. These are the details of their sessions.
UP-COMING EVENT Saturday, December 1: Long Journey Home: A Prague Love Story Reading and Book Launch. Helen Notzl’s memoir with live music from Caitlin Ciampaglia, 3:00 to 4:30 at The Common Good Café, 758 Bush Street in Belfountain. Long Journey … Continue reading
With more than 100 waterfalls within its city limits, Hamilton (aka Steeltown) is arguably the waterfall capital of the world. Amy Darrell teams up with Nicola Ross to map out 34 looping routes for hikers to explore the scenic wonders, … Continue reading
David Kendall’s ‘ecological thriller’ titled SLAG would surely be an ideal Christmas present. You’ll revel in the reading of this novel, and have the further comfort of knowing that every penny of its $15.95 price goes to the Bruce Trail … Continue reading