Volume 27 Number 4
A focus on essentials: Profiles of the folks who kept us all going in 2020.
Manager Lena Bruce, physician Charlie Joyce and nurse Darlene Fitzpatrick kept Headwaters Health Care Centre’s Covid-19 assessment centre going during the pandemic.
These four young women (plus one younger sister) were the moving force behind two crucial local social justice marches – one in Orangeville and one in Shelburne.
“At Belfountain Public School and beyond, teachers, principals, custodians and support staff got our kids learning again in classrooms and online.”
When the pandemic caused a spike in need, executive director Heather Hayes and a small army of staff and volunteers worked overtime.
With everyone stuck together at home during the pandemic, conflicts escalated and this team went into high gear to help new clients.
We salute the newly minted essential workers at Foodland in Caledon East and across our region for working overtime in the aisles for us.
Our annual review of new books by local authors and illustrators.
Nicole Lem began taking photos locally and was thrilled with the response from residents.
Four members of Shelburne’s Anti-Black Racism, Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force discuss their mission and the vision they have for Shelburne.
Our annual review of new recordings by local musicians.
When the musician came back to Orangeville, she was skeptical about the small town she’d grown up in. What she discovered was a creative “dream space.”