There has been an outpouring of support for a Brampton family devastated by the loss of four family members.
The Anglican Parish of Llloydtown hosted its fifth annual Schomberg Country Run on Saturday with close to 100 participants, raising money for the town of Pikangikum, Ontario through the “Clean Water for the North” program. Photo by Jake Courtepatte
Cattle producers from Queensland, Australia got a first-hand glimpse into Canadian and American cattle operations recently.
Family fun awaits at the annual open house sponsored by King Fire & Emergency Services. But what’s more important is the information and lessons learned may just help save a life.
The majesty of King’s Eaton Hall was in the spotlight last week, as some very special guests gathered to turn the page of the next chapter of this historic landmark.
Hot on the heels of the Toronto International Film Festival, King Township is hosting its own star-studded affair.
The tireless honeybee is one of nature’s most impressive creatures. Bees bring us liquid gold and man has fostered a unique relationship with these tiny workers. It’s a relationship that must weather any storm, or anything nature throws at you.
King Township has entered the history books by marking a special anniversary. Last week, La Société d’histoire de Toronto and partners are commemorating the 1615 Brûlé-Wendat expedition with a re-creation of their journey along the Toronto Carrying Place Trail from Samuel de Champlain's monument in Orillia to the mouth of the Humber.
We have all been shocked and horrified by the news reports of the world’s burgeoning refugee crisis, most recently focused around the situation in Syria that is causing a mass exodus into neighbouring countries and Europe.
The middle class in Canada takes so much for granted. In fact, we don’t think twice about water and sanitation. And yet, the bulk of the developing world would see a well, a visit to a doctor or a school as godsends.
A King family has opened its doors to the world. Whether they’re visiting King for a wedding or event, or just need a romantic getaway, visitors are treated like family at 20 Bells Lake.
Countless souls are beating the drums, working behind the scenes to ensure that Canada’s film and TV industry has staying power. One such cheerleader is veteran actor and King resident Art Hindle. If you’re involved in the entertainment biz, Hindle and his colleagues have your back.
After nearly a decade of journeyman hockey, Dan Carcillo has hung up his skates on the heels of his second Stanley Cup victory.
The Aurora King Rookie level Jays took their game to the highest provincial level and came out the victors after dominating the competition.
The King City Royals and the Kitchener-Waterloo under-16 teams took similar paths to the girls Ontario Cup finals on Sunday, both finishing on top of their divisions in round-robin play.
Last Thursday night, 17--year-old Christian Mitri left the Meridian Centre ice in Niagara as the star of a major junior hockey camp.
The first time Nick Denniston got behind the handlebars of a motocross bike was at the tender age of three. Thirteen years later, his experience and dedication is paying off in the form of hardware. The Country Day School student recently dominated the field in the Parts Canada TransCan Grand National Championships, held Aug. 12-15 in Walton, Ontario.
Thanks to all who participated in the seventh annual Schomberg Street Gallery on Main Street. Although the weather was colder and breezier than we’d like, ...
As a person who has lived in Nobleton for 12 years, I was happy to come across the medical services offered after hours. It was ...
We recently enjoyed two road trips, a few days in Ottawa and a day trip to Durham, Ontario. We avoided major highways on both ...
Regarding the letter by Councillor Cleve Mortelliti in the April 6 issue of the King Weekly Sentinel. We commend him for his strong stance to ...
Another severance application, in one of King City’s mature subdivisions, went before committee of adjustment, and based on the report prepared by staff, it would ...
I am writing in response to the letter, “Speed humps a nuisance.” I am a resident of Kettleby and have been a reluctant if vocal ...
Development threats to rural King are everywhere but hardly more critically at the moment than in the area of the East Humber River valley lands ...
We recently had a community meeting about the new community park that is to be constructed east of Nobleton School in one of the new ...
As King Township Food Bank enters its 10th year of helping others make ends meet, we celebrate the significant community support that allows us continued ...
In 2002 we considered ourselves among the most fortunate to have found a comfortable home on five acres in beautiful, rural King Township. What ...
On Aug. 5, Rolling Stone magazine published an article by Eric Holthaus titled “The point of no return: climate change nightmares are already here.”
Spending time together as a family should be the top priority on our agendas. But sadly, it often takes a back seat to other more pressing matters.
The long weekend has come and gone, and so we now look to back to school, harvesting the fields of plenty, and girding our loins for the upcoming federal election.
As one of the most powerful groups on the planet, the middle class is likely the most sheepish and self-centred. As we all know, we’re mired in election rhetoric and one of the party leaders said the other two leaders pretend to speak for the middle class.
I’m very fond of my 50-year-old lilac bush. It grows on my property. For many years, every spring I observed it with great anticipation. It used to be the feeding ground for migrant Monarch butterflies arriving from the south.
Humans are tied to the ocean and former U.S. President John F. Kennedy said when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch, we are going back from whence we came.
Well, at least he said it in French. Our current Prime Minister, on the morning of August 2, appeared on national television to announce the dissolution of Parliament (already on summer vacation) and the beginning of one of the longest and certainly the most expensive federal election campaigns in Canadian history.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, during his stop in King last week, said “... there is no higher calling than that of raising a child, and no greater reward.”
It is interesting to note the different approaches that people take in considering the Senate of Canada. Mr. Wm. Gairdner has written a quite enlightening article about the Senate in which he points out the general attitude of many people who cry for “democracy” and “freedom” as opposed to the idea of an “unelected Senate.” He is quite right that “there is a widespread desire for the full expression of personal appetites,” and that “senates are an intolerable brake on the pure will of the people.”
I love science fiction. And I love the idea that we may one day have robots among us, performing various tasks in our society. But ultimately, it’s a sort of catch-22 in our evolution.