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King’s Sarain Fox shares stories and a call to action

November 22, 2017   ·   0 Comments

You can’t talk about Canada without including our Indigenous people. A CBC/Radio-Canada yearbook has brought some fascinating stories to the forefront. To mark the country’s 150th, CBC launched “What’s Your Story? – A Canada 2017 Yearbook.” It’s a collection of over 150 stories, perspectives and photographs that create a fascinating snapshot of the people, places, things and events that tell a story of who we are now and where we are headed together as a nation.

‘The Road to Marylake’ paints a picture of King’s past

The evolution of an iconic King Township property comes to life in historic fashion. “The Road to Marylake,” by author Kelly Mathews, provides the only comprehensive story about the creation and continued use of the former country estate of one of Canada’s richest men. The history of Marylake and Sir Henry Pellatt is as much a story about Canadian heritage as it is about King Township and one of our founding fathers.

Casullo named to NCAA All–American Scholars List

An Aurora native is at the top of his class not only on the golf course but in the classroom as well. Marc Casullo, fresh ...

Sale of Lucas original supports mission trip

Neville-Lake Family memorial day planned

Hundreds of people are expected Sunday, Aug. 14 at Kettle Lake Park in King City, to commemorate the three Neville-Lake children and their grandfather, who ...

The Schomberg Street Gallery extends thanks

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, ...

Villanova sprinter competes in World Championships

Maple resident and Villanova College student Arielle Tessier stepped up to one of the biggest stages of her life in her search for track stardom.

KMC presents four-handed traditional jazz

Jazz-lovers are in for a spring treat as the King Music Collective kicks it up a notch with their next offering in their music series.

Pond hockey tournament supports historic fire trucks

Fire Station 36 in Schomberg is reaching out to the King community to help keep a part of history on the road. Schomberg residents might recognize the Firemans Club’s 1926 International Lorne Fire Pump, or 1940 Ford two-ton truck, from parades and celebrations about town.

Back-to-back all-candidates’ meetings in King

King Township voters will have a chance to see their candidates in action, at back-to-back debates.

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