Jeff Rollings is a freelance writer living in Caledon.
The mother-daughter duo advocated for Orangeville’s new Bravery Park – which honours all military personnel, including their late son and brother.
Meet one of the driving forces behind Orangeville’s annual Celebrate Your Awesome event, a salute to pride and diversity in Dufferin County.
We salute three longtime volunteers with TeleCheck, a free telephone check-in service for people older than 55 who are living in their own homes.
Manager Lena Bruce, physician Charlie Joyce and nurse Darlene Fitzpatrick kept Headwaters Health Care Centre’s Covid-19 assessment centre going during the pandemic.
With everyone stuck together at home during the pandemic, conflicts escalated and this team went into high gear to help new clients.
Six women carry on a 20-year history of bringing exceptional, independent film to Orangeville.
This duo brings Dufferin’s farmers together with foodies, chefs, students and families.
At her Youthdale Riding Program in Hockley Valley, kids learn a lot more than how to ride.
Twenty-six of this Shelburne golfing legend’s students have gone on to university golf scholarships across North America.
This article has moved to A Final Choice.
Crucial considerations on life’s final journey.
Orangeville’s Ryan Hann swims 200 laps a day when raising money for the local food bank.
Samantha Penny is working on a Korea-based documentary called Reset, due for release mid- 2019.
Swimmer Tess Routliffe is training for the Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 2020.
Amaranth’s Daniel Mustapha is Canada’s 2018 national para champion in karate.
Caledon East’s Jordyn Stafford lives and works as a youth counsellor in the remote community of Inukjuak in northern Quebec.
Mono’s Sara Rose has found a way to marry her gift for music with her training in social work with a music program at Hospice Dufferin.
Orangeville’s Laura Jotham has been a tireless community educator, helping Headwaters learn about the role of service dogs for the visually impaired.