September 2018 Archive

Our everyday problems are quite trivial

Our country is a great place to live. Canada’s economy is growing slowly and steadily and ranks among the top dozen in the world with regards to GDP. In other words, we’re living the dream, in a fairly wealthy country.

Sip & Savour tickets available in person and online

While you’re out and about you can purchase your tickets for this year’s Sip & Savour – Ciao Roma at a number of retail locations ...

Walker’s new clothing line boosts Breakfast Club of Canada

A King philanthropist has launched a clothing line that will not only provide women with contemporary choices, but help a major charity in the process. Walmart Canada has launched the Joan Kelley Walker fashion apparel collection and new products are coming in October.

Cougars looking to keep nostalgia ball rolling in 50th anniversary

The Schomberg Cougars are appealing to the public’s help to invoke memories of junior seasons past. The Junior C club has put out a call to all former captains in the team’s 50 years as a franchise, looking for those interested in dropping the puck in ceremonial face offs throughout home games this season.

Council opposes marijuana retail outlets, opts out of plan

While the rest of the country is saying “yes” to marijuana, King council is saying “no” to future retail outlets in the municipality. Council approved a resolution Monday night, telling the Province that King “strongly opposes” private retail sale of cannabis in King, and that the municipality is opting out of permitting retail sale in the township.

Professional landscapers descend on King property

King Township is well known beyond its borders for its high quality of living, its clean air, its rolling hills and breathtaking vistas. So, it ...

Heroic Humans marks its first anniversary celebrating people

There’s always a reason to celebrate our humanity. And a very special anniversary is doing just that.

Bullying remains an issue today

Half of students aged 13 to 15 years in Canada reported being bullied or fighting at school. According to a report released by UNICEF, upwards of 150 million students worldwide experience peer violence in and around school.

Plenty of parking in King’s villages, consultants say

Despite what motorists may think, there seems to be abundant parking available in all of King’s villages. Some low-cost methods to promote the fact may be all the Township needs to encourage drivers to find parking.

Candidates address issues at back-to-back events

Municipal candidates will present their platforms at back-to-back all-candidates’ meetings, presented by Concerned Citizens of King Township.

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