Tags : Acton

Acton’s Tic-Toc Watch & Clock Repair Doesn’t Stand Still

Photographed & written by Chris Miller Tic Toc Watch & Clock Repair is a unique shop in downtown Acton. Robert Sawicki is the owner of this wonderful place, which has been open for two and a half years and is certainly a hot spot in the little town. Because of the uniqueness of his shop, […]Read More

Jody’s Views of Leathertown Festival

Here are some photographs taken by Jody van der Kwaak at her visit to Acton’s Leathertown Festival this summer. Enjoy her photo album! Are you in any of these photos? If you want copies of any of these, contact us.                      Read More

Concerned Residents Coalition to Receive $15,000 from Town of Halton

On Oct. 18, 2016, the Council of the Town of Halton Hills unanimously approved a donation of $15,000 to the Concerned Residents Coalition (CRC) in support of its case against James Dick Construction Ltd’s (JDCL) proposed Hidden Quarry. In making the motion, Mayor Rick Bonnette stated: “The CRC have done an awesome job in fundraising […]Read More

A Quarry That’s Hidden No More

This is a guest post by Linda Sword, a member of the board of Concerned Residents Coalition (CRC). The proponent called it the “Hidden Quarry”. But the people who live in Guelph Eramosa and Milton refused to let it hide.  The 100-acre property of woodland and wetland on Highway 7 east of Guelph between Rockwood […]Read More

Halton Hills Calls for Quarries to Demonstrate Need

  Just received from Concerned Residents Coalition: The municipal Council for the Town of Halton Hills passed a motion at its meeting on Monday evening, April 13, requesting that “the Ontario Government amend the Provincial Policy Statement and the Aggregate Resources Act to require aggregate extraction proponents to demonstrate need for the particular supply of […]Read More

Remembering Terry Fox

Below is a request from the Terry Fox Foundation, for your memories of his historic run.      I’ll share mine here. My parents were hosting some of our relatives from Germany at their house in the country north of Georgetown. I was driving to my parents house, on the stretch of Highway 7 between Georgetown […]Read More