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PEDESTRIAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN SHELBURNE CRASH
6/21/2018 10:12:07 AM
Shelburne Police is investigating a serious crash involving a pedestrian.
At about 8:00 p.m. Wednesday (June 20), a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Main Street between William Street and James Street.

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CRASH KILLS MOTORCYCLIST IN MELANCTHON
6/21/2018 10:12:06 AM
A motorcyclist has been killed in north Dufferin County.
OPP say the motorcycle collided with a tractor on the 8th Line in Melancthon Township Tuesday at about 10:06 p.m..
The rider was pronounced dead at the scene.

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JR. B NORTHMEN PLAY WINDSOR IN ROUND ONE OF OJBLL PLAYOFFS
6/21/2018 9:59:16 AM
The Jr. B Northmen will start their playoff run on the road in Windsor.
Orangeville finished the season with a 13-7 record (26 points), good enough for second place in the Mid West standings.

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SUMMER STARTING OFF COOL: ENVIRONMENT CANADA
6/21/2018 9:47:26 AM
It's a cool start to the summer.
Summer officialy arrived at 6:07 a.m. Thursday (June 21).
Environment Canada Meteorolgist Geoff Coulson says the first few days of summer will be quite pleasant.

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ORANGEVILLE INDIGENOUS DAY IS SATURDAY
6/21/2018 9:40:18 AM
Thursday (June 21) is Indigenous Peoples Day, but here in Orangeville, the Dufferin County Cultural Resource Circle will hold events on Saturday.
Gil Sipkema says there will be a teepee with Elders providing teachings and answering questions.

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POLICE SEEK WITNESSES TO HIT & RUN AT ORANGEVILLE WINNERS
6/21/2018 9:28:16 AM
Orangeville Police is looking to speak to anyone who may have witnessed a hit and run in the Winners' parking lot.
At about noon last Saturday (June 16), a parked 2018 Toyota Corolla was hit. The owner was inside shopping at the time.

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TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO IMPAIRED CHARGES AGAINST ERIN MAN
6/21/2018 9:23:19 AM
An Erin man will appear in court next month to answer to impaired driving charges.
OPP was monitoring traffic on Wellington Road 124 late Tuesday night (June 19) when an officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.

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MONO, LOCAL GROUP, & SINGER FILE COST RECOVERY APPLICATION FOR WATER SKIING DISPUTE
6/20/2018 8:18:17 PM
Cliff Singer has filed an application for a cost award from the Town of Mono for expenses incurred when the municipality tried to appeal his permit that allows him to hold water skiing events on his property.

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PUBLIC HEALTH WANTS TO KNOW HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT POT
6/20/2018 12:30:37 PM
With cannabis becoming legal across Canada, local public health officials want to know how you feel about the drug and how much you know about it.

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TWO DOCTORS AT HEADWATERS RECEIVE DR. DAVID SCOTT AWARD
6/20/2018 12:00:19 PM
Two doctors at Headwaters Health Care Centre have been awarded with the Dr. David Scott Award.
Dr. Cathy Candusso and Dr. Mercedes Rodriguez are sharing the prestigous award this year.

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ORANGEVILLE FIRE ADDS FULL-TIME OVERNIGHT PLATOON
6/20/2018 9:41:32 AM
Orangeville Fire has moved to a 24-hour, full-time service.
Eight new firefighters have been hired to create four platoons at the station.

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SHELBURNE WILL GET OPP COSTING IN SEVEN MONTHS
6/20/2018 9:14:36 AM
The next town council will decide the fate of Shelburne's police force.
OPP was scheduled to present its costing proposal to Shelburne next month, but that date has been pushed back to next year.

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MINISTRY LOCATES SOURCE OF LOUD HUM NEAR AT ORANGEVILLE BUSINESS PARK
6/20/2018 9:00:24 AM
The noise is real. People living near the Orangeville Business Park have been hearing an annoying hum.
The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) sent staff to the industrial area last week to investigate complaints of a loud nighttime noise.

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OPP INVESTIGATING VANDALISM TO PARKED CAR IN CALEDON
6/19/2018 6:36:37 PM
Caledon OPP are investigating a mischief to a vehicle in the Anthem subdivision.
OPP say they responded to a report of a vehicle that was vandalized on Sunday (June 17) at about 11:25 p.m. on Snellview Boulevard.

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"IT'S A BOOST FOR CANADIAN SOCCER": LOCAL SOCCER COACH ON JOINT NORTH AMERICAN BID TO HOST 2026 WORLD CUP
6/19/2018 6:22:35 PM
Local soccer coach Steve Payne says last week's announcement that North America will co-host the World Cup in 2026 is a boost for Canadian soccer.

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AFTER A THREE MONTH WAIT ORANGEVILLE RESIDENTS COLLECT $20.4-MILLION LOTTERY WIN
6/19/2018 4:57:18 PM
Two Orangeville men can officially celebrate their $20.4-million Lotto 6/49 win.
David Brown and Emanoil (Mike) Kopoulos have finally collected their prize from the March 21 draw.

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SHELBURNE'S FIDDLE PARK WON'T BE SOLD AFTER UNANIMOUS VOTE
6/19/2018 12:39:26 PM
Shelburne council was unanimous in its decision not to sell Fiddle Park to a residential developer on Monday (June 18).
Council voted 7-0 to reject the proposed $8-million sale to Tribute Communities.

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ELDERLY WOMAN ROBBED OF IPHONE
6/19/2018 9:31:33 AM
Police are investigating a robbery in Caledon's Southfields Village.
Last Wednesday (June 13) at about 10:42 a.m., an elderly woman was walking near Meadowcreek Road and Dougall Avenue when a man on a bike approached her.

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BIKE RIDE SUPPORTING YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS, WELLNESS PROGRAMS GOES SUNDAY IN CALEDON
6/19/2018 9:31:33 AM
Amie Krasnozon owes her recovery from depression to cycling. Krasnozon is this year's Peel-Dufferin Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Ride Don't Hide ambassador.
The ride is coming up Sunday (June 24) in Caledon.

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PREMIER-DESIGNATE ORDERS PUBLIC SERVICE HIRING FREEZE
6/19/2018 9:31:08 AM
Ontario Premier-Designate Doug Ford has ordered a public service hiring freeze while he re-examines the province's books.

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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH ISSUED FOR REGION
6/18/2018 12:12:32 PM
A cold front moving into Southern Ontario could cause severe thunderstorms this afternoon (June 18).
Environment Canada says conditions are ripe for a severe thunderstorm that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain.

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ORANGEVILLE TO IMPROVE MEDIAN LANDSCAPING IN DOWNTOWN
6/18/2018 11:53:57 AM
Orangeville council has earmarked 60 per cent of its Main Street Revitalization Initiative funding for median improvements along Broadway.

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JUNE IS BIKE MONTH
6/18/2018 11:53:30 AM
A local bike shop owner says he's seeing a shift in how Orangeville residents view cycling.
Jeff Lemon, owner of Cycling Elements, says when he first moved to town eight years ago, Orangeville and surrounding area trails were popular among visitors.

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LARGE TURNOUT FOR ANNUAL WALK IN HER SHOES FOR FTP
6/18/2018 9:17:35 AM
It was the largest turnout ever at the annual Walk in HER Shoes for Family Transition Place (FTP).
Stcaey Tarrant says about 95 per cent of the men and boys who participated on Saturday (June 16) were new this year.

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JR. A FLYERS MOVING TO BRAMPTON
6/18/2018 9:10:44 AM
Jr. A hockey in Orangeville has come to an end with the Flyers being relocated to Brampton.
The move was announced at the Ontario Junior Hockey League's (OJHL) annual general meeting held earlier this month.

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FAMILY SAYS MISSING MAN, DOUG ARDIS, FOUND DEAD
6/18/2018 6:51:24 AM
Douglas Ardis, who had been missing for a little over a week, has been found dead according to his family.

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FIRST HEAT EVENT OF THE SEASON
6/17/2018 9:01:39 AM
Special weather statement in effect for - Orangeville - Grand Valley - Southern Dufferin County - Shelburne - Mansfield - Northern Dufferin County - Innisfil - New Tecumseth - Angus The first heat event of the season is setting up for portions of...

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JOE ANDREWS TO RUN FOR A SEAT ON ORANGEVILLE COUNCIL
6/15/2018 5:17:27 PM
Joe Andrews is ready to take on a new challenge. Andrews made the announcement outside Orangeville Town Hall Friday morning (June 15).

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PUBLIC HEALTH REMINDS RESIDENTS TO PREPARE FOR HOT WEATHER THIS WEEKEND
6/15/2018 4:07:05 PM
High temperatures and humidity is expected to roll in this weekend and so Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health is reminding residents to prepare for the hot weather coming.

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POLICE INVESTIGATE CAMPER TRAILER STOLEN FROM MULMUR RESIDENCE
6/15/2018 2:59:27 PM
A camper has been stolen in Mulmur.
The camper trailer was stolen sometime between 7 p.m. Monday (June 11) and 2 p.m. Tuesday from a home on Jeffery Drive.
It is a white 2009 'Rockwood ROO' camper trailer with Ontario license plate H2067A.

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OPP CONDUCT INSPECTIONS ON COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES IN CALEDON
6/15/2018 2:46:32 PM
Caledon OPP conducted 55 safety inspections on Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMV).
The inspections were done last week (June 5-6) and they were done on 11 vehicles weighing below 4500 kg and 45 vehicles weighing over 4500 kg.

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ORANGEVILLE NORTHMEN LACROSSE CELEBRATING ITS 40 YEAR HISTORY
6/15/2018 2:21:14 PM
Orangeville Northmen lacrosse is celebrating its rich 40-year history on Saturday (June 16)
Action at Tony Rose Arena will get underway at 10 a.m. with games on the A Floor and activities on the B Floor.

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MEN TO WALK IN WOMEN'S SHOES TO HELP END THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
6/15/2018 2:16:49 PM
Men and boys will be walking in women's shoes Saturday (June 16) to send a message that violence against women is not okay.
Stacey Tarrant with Family Transition Place says the walk will include three "educational" stops along the way.

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THE RAM RODEO STOPS BY FOR THE EIGHTH TIME IN ORANGEVILLE
6/15/2018 2:11:30 PM
The first 50 fathers can get a free cowboy hat from Coors at the RAM Rodeo this Sunday.
The tour is stopping by this weekend (Jun. 16-17) for the eighth year in a row at the Orangeville Fairgrounds.

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ORANGEVILLE COUPLE SPONSOR TREE SCULPTURE ON YORK STREET
6/15/2018 2:04:13 PM
An Orangeville couple rescued an ash tree that was removed by the town last year.
When the town cut the tree outside of 22 York Street, Reverend Maureen MacLeod-Oliver and Richard Oliver decided to sponsor it and transform it into a tree sculpture.

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POA ADMINISTRATION TO RELOCATE WITHIN DUFFERIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE
6/15/2018 10:27:38 AM
The Provincial Offences court and administration staff are going to stay in Dufferin County.
County council has voted in favour of keeping the POA court in courtroom 103 but moving the administration staff to another exclusive space in the courthouse.

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RELAY FOR LIFE FRIDAY AT ODSS
6/15/2018 9:58:34 AM
Dufferin County's Relay for Life returns to Orangeville District Secondary School Friday (June 15) for the second consecutive year.

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BEAR SIGHTING IN NORTH DUFFERIN
6/15/2018 9:54:56 AM
A cub bear has been spotted in Melancthon.
The bear was seen near Dufferin Road 17 and Highway 10.
A photo of the bear was posted on social media earlier this week.
Dufferin OPP Constable Paul Nancekivell says they're aware of the sighting.

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POLICE LAY IMPAIRED DRIVING CHARGES IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS
6/15/2018 9:38:28 AM
Police have laid impaired driving charges against two men on Orangeville roads.
On June 6, Orangeville Police were doing a RIDE check on Third Street when a young driver pulling in caught the attention of officers.

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UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS LAUNCH FLOOD SURVEY & WANT TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCES
6/14/2018 5:46:49 PM
Researchers at the University of Waterloo want to learn about your flood experiences.
They are doing a voluntary survey on whether floods change how you view flood risks and prepare for the next big event.

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MONO OPENS LANDFILL SITE THIS MONTH
6/14/2018 5:30:03 PM
Mono will open its landfill this month to accept tree and brush debris.
It's in response to the May 4 wind storm that caused siginificant tree damage.
The landfill site will be open four times in June, including two Saturdays.

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O'VILLE BARS APPROVED TO SELL ALCOHOL IN THE MORNING FOR WORLD CUP
6/14/2018 5:25:46 PM
Orangeville bars are allowed to sell alcohol at 9:00 a.m. for the next month.
They've been granted a temporary extension because of the FIFA World Cup.

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