March 2019 Archive

Squeeze the joy out of every single moment

It’s funny how small moments in our daily lives can have profound meaning and impact. Maybe it’s all a matter of perspective and simply taking note of the small things.

Tahedl supports student with art at Olde Mill Gallery

Renowned artist Ernestine Tahedl, and the artists at the Olde Mill Art Gallery & Shoppe in Schomberg, welcomed a humanitarian into their fold. Original works by Tahedl and Helen Lucas are up for sale, with proceeds going to aid a humanitarian mission to Rwanda by a university student.

King’s 2019 budget carries 2.3% tax hike

Cognizant of every tax dollar, King’s treasurer presented the 2019 operating budgets with minimal impacts to taxpayers. After being told by councillors to trim some staff expenses, Allan Evelyn presented the 2019 budgets Monday in a marathon council session.

King names new Chief Administrative Officer

King Township will have a new CAO, as long-serving Susan Plamondon retires. King has appointment Daniel Kostopoulos as its incoming Chief Administrative Officer effective April 1.

Local firm excited about potential spinoffs of government commitment to ‘Lunar Gateway’

Canada’s support for NASA’s Lunar Gateway program comes as good news to a King-based firm. Canada’s commitment to participating in the Lunar Gateway forms the cornerstone of “Exploration, Imagination, Innovation: A New Space Strategy for Canada,” which aims to leverage Canadian strengths like robotics, while advancing science and innovation in exciting areas like AI and biomedical technologies.

Congratulations to council on new rec. centre

Despite the rant from a failed Ward 1 candidate in this paper on Feb. 21, the King City rec. centre at Seneca is a great ...

Meet student and artists at Olde Mill Gallery

The artists at the Olde Mill Art Gallery & Shoppe in Schomberg welcomed a new addition. Original works by two notable local artists are for sale, ...

Metal artist celebrates life with sculptures

There’s something about creation that has fascinated humankind from the very beginning. For an artist, every work is a form of creation – a combination of talent, magic and dedication and perhaps a little divine inspiration.

Fideli visits Nobleton to announce pending provincial budget

The Ford government’s first budget vows to restore confidence in Ontario’s finances. Finance Minister Vic Fedeli was in Nobleton last week, along with King-Vaughan MPP Stephen Lecce, to offer a sneak peak into the 2019 budget, to be released April 11. They made the announcement at the Cappuccino Bakery and Fideli talked with individuals, workers and families about restoring trust in the province’s finances and the government's plan to cut red tape and make Ontario open for business – and open for jobs.

Art sale at Olde Mill aids humanitarian mission

The artists at the Olde Mill Art Gallery & Shoppe in Schomberg welcomed a new addition. Original works by local artists are for sale, with proceeds ...

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