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A Stitch in time Saves Nine

Tuesday, March 5, 2024


“A stitch in time saves nine!” Its time to address our trash troubles. Just imagine the impact a simple garbage can could have on our environment. Lets take action together!

Servicing our community for 30+ years.

Monday, March 4, 2024


Living in Inglewood for quite some time, and we have seen some changes over the years. But not enough is being done too improve accessibility for locals and visitors to and throughout our humble town. Our daughter, Alex Bremner has proudly devoted many hours and patiently went around the town of ...

Havoc again on Highway 10

Friday, December 22, 2023


Once again, a rain of cars and trucks is cascading along our side roads. The old melody of “Can anyone spare a dime” resonates astride the 28 billion being allocated for the already obsolete 413. Despite benign early winter weather, experiencing three closures inside ten days should b...

Tired of the Mayhem on Highway 10?

Friday, December 15, 2023


Late for work ( again)? Tired of making excuses to your children for your repeated tardiness in attending their school and athletic events? Sick from the induced stress of constantly contending with overly crowded roads and the dozens of self-possessed, wayward drivers? Fed up with skyrocketing c...

Dufferin County’s Transportation Master Plan Echoes Solutions for Population ...

Thursday, October 26, 2023


Dufferin County is taking proactive steps to accommodate future population growth and changing transportation needs through a comprehensive transportation master plan. Presented by Brett Sears of WSP, the plan addresses current travel patterns and proposes solutions for various transportation mod...

Why We Need a Modern Intersection!

Tuesday, September 5, 2023


As the school year begins, we’re reminded once again of the all-too-familiar tragedies on our highways. Just recently, another life was taken, and two people were seriously injured, leading to yet another highway closure. These recurring incidents should serve as a wake-up call. As we send ...

Caledonians Demand Change!

Friday, August 25, 2023


Less than 2 weeks from now our school buses start rolling along our busy roads. Meanwhile, our Regional roads (HWY 10, 9 & 50) limp forward on their 1970 infrastructure. Last week, the Caledon Enterprise’s article highlighted how Lina Lawrence is cautious when visiting the post office d...

Life Is A Highway

Wednesday, June 28, 2023


The safety of all pedestrians, cyclists, and all motorists, depends on the enforcement of regular weigh stations inspections,  in addition to owners responsible for good repair of their vehicle,  adherence by all motorists to the rules of the road, as well as drive school educators ensuring that ...

Twice in One Week!

Monday, May 1, 2023


Highway 10 was closed again for multiple hours for the second time this week. There is little doubt that the “Waning Sense of Community” contributes significantly to our festering infrastructure implosion. Daily commuters are asked to risk life and limb on dated regional highways that...

The Grim Reaper Scores Again

Monday, April 24, 2023


The byways of Caledon are strewn again with Vehicles of every description. 3 pm and your children will once again be disembarking under highway conditions. What could go Wrong?

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