May 2016 Archive

Area poised to become ‘Canada’s Horse Country’

Local residents are keenly aware of the importance of the equine industry in this region. It’s much more than a sport or a hobby. Led by a passionate and talented group of equine experts, Headwaters Horse Country is poised to become nationally significant, with a goal of becoming “Canada’s Horse Country.”

Group from China tours local farm

Local agricultural operations attract attention far and wide, even from as far away as China. King City area farmer Tom Dobson spent part of last Wednesday showing his operation to a group of students from Soun College.

‘Priceless’ volunteers honoured in King

King’s priceless volunteers were honoured for their valuable efforts Thursday night. The Township’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Night was held in the packed Performing Arts Centre at The Country Day School in King City. The mayor and councillors handed out 13 awards to committed and dedicated volunteers who contribute to improving the quality of life in the community.

Nobleton Victoria Day festivities May 23

Come join in the festivities on Monday, May 23 starting with a spectacular parade of marching bands floats, classic cars and more. It starts at ...

Schomberg family urges Province to reinstate autism program funding for children over five

Schomberg parents are fighting to get their autistic son the treatment he needs to improve his quality of life.

Spray Lake welcomes summer season

Time flies when you are having fun – especially on the water! Adam Noyek, co-owner of Spray Lake Watersports and Activity Centre, sits back in ...

Space opening up for private enterprise

We are living in exciting times. There’s a new space race taking place across the globe, one that will engage the public as we move forward together into the final frontier.

We’re constantly reinventing ourselves

Is this really my life? Has anyone else out there ever asked themselves this question?

Council debates densities, buffers in King City OPA

Development is coming to the northeast quadrant of King City. The only question is how many units will be allowed on a large parcel owned by several developers.

King secures $25,000 grant to enhance new park

King will be a whole lot greener after securing a $25,000 grant to go towards the development of a new park in Nobleton. King was ...

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