October 2015 Archive

Thanks for gala support

A heartfelt thanks for the community’s support of the second Sip & Savour event in support of King Township Food Bank. Hats off to MC ...

Embracing our trusted companions

I said farewell to an old friend last week, but luckily made a new one in quick order. Some of us are social creatures and make friends easily. Others take some prompting. I’ve always been a bit on the extroverted side, but in all honesty, I have but a few close friends.

Resident helps bring Clydesdales to the world stage

A lovely horse is always an experience. It is an emotional experience of the kind that is often spoiled by words. Just ask King’s Rob Wilson, who was part of the 2015 World Clydesdale Show, held Sept. 29 to Oct. 3 in London, Ontario.

Schulte elected the first MP for King-Vaughan

Following the national trend, the first MP to represent the riding of King-Vaughan is Liberal. Deb Schulte became our first MP Monday night, outpacing her counterparts. Unlike the rest of Canada, the local race was a tight one, even though Schulte held the advantage throughout the evening, from the earliest polls reporting in.

Food Bank’s Sip & Savour boosted by generosity

The stars really came out last week during the second annual gala in support of the King Township Food Bank.

Cougars continue up-and-down season with weekend split

The Schomberg Cougars are used to the middle of the pack in the Georgian Mid-Ontario Junior Hockey League, and this season has not proved any different.

Monument helps mark church’s 100th

A lasting reminder of our roots now sits proudly on Church Street, in Schomberg. St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in Schomberg is marking its 100th anniversary this year and the congregation gathered Sunday to unveil its new monument.

Scotiabank teams up with historical society for opening

Modernity met history for the grand opening of the new Scotiabank at King’s Ridge Marketplace in King City.

Ministers help open GO parking lot

The new parking lot in King City for GO commuters received some high-profile attention last week.

Candidates show their passion at CCKT debate

From youth jobs and infrastructure to climate change, candidates seeking to become King-Vaughan’s first MP showed their passion during last week’s all-candidates’ meeting.

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