Tags : Caledon

Inspired by… Exhibition Forced Online

     Inspired by …  is the Headwaters Arts recent show which closed prematurely due to Covid-19.  Its glorious kaleidoscope of talent and artistic treasures has moved to our website as our first Virtual GALLERY TOUR. It remains an online exhibition through May 12.     Click on this link, https://headwatersarts.com/ , and meet the muses or source […]Read More

Ford’s Plans for GTA West Corridor (letter to editor)

Editor’s Note: We received this letter to the editor from Dan O’Reilly, a writer based in Caledon. He notes that the GTA West Corridor has implications beyond Caledon, so wants our readers to be aware. His letter begins here: It may have escaped most Caledon residents’ attention that the Doug Ford Conservatives have resurrected plans […]Read More

The Lincoln MKZ: A Great Drive

Report and review by Chris Miller. On Saturday June 11 Bethel Hospice together with Fines Ford Lincoln dealership in Bolton arranged an interesting fund raising event. Between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., for everyone who registered to test drive a Lincoln product, the dealership would donate $50 to the hospice. The hospice needs to raise […]Read More

Oppose GTA West Corridor

This is a letter to the editor calling for opposition to the GTA West Corridor that would go through Caledon and Halton Hills. At the Town of Caledon municipal candidates’ meeting in Caledon East last fall, an audience member asked the prospective mayoral and council aspirants their views on the GTA West Corridor. To her […]Read More

Badlands of Caledon Temporary Closure

Ontario Heritage Trust has the following news regarding the Caledon Badlands: At the end of May, a protective fence will be erected along Olde Baseline Road in the Town of Caledon, temporarily closing the Cheltenham Badlands to visitors – while a long-term plan guiding future conservation and public access to the site is under development. […]Read More

More on the Train Trestle

As we show in the Winter issue of Niagara Escarpment Views, Mike Davis, co-publisher and principal photographer, took interesting photographs while on the Credit Valley Explorer train ride. One of the photos went “viral” and was picked up by The Toronto Star and other newspapers. Here is his update with recent photos of the train trestle and the […]Read More

Summer 2014 Issue is On Fire!

Chris Mills took a startling photograph of a re-enactment explosion over Fort Erie that just had to be the cover of our Summer issue, which is starting to be available now. Copies are in the mail to our subscribers, who get first crack, and then our supportive advertisers start to get copies to give out […]Read More

Caledon Hills Studio Tour 2013

We’re happy to recommend you to the Caledon Hills Studio Tour this autumn. If you enjoy a lovely drive in the country, seeing a variety of interesting homes and exploring wonderful, original pieces of art, this is an event you won’t want to miss. Here’s what the artists say: All the artists of the Caledon […]Read More

5th Annual Cuisine Art at Alton Mill

We’re sharing interesting news from our friends at Alton Mill: A creative recipe for a perfect weekend: Take one historic mill, combine with an enviable art culture, mix in gifted artists, passionate local chefs, food producers and an array of exciting entertainment and merchants and what do you get? The 5th annual Cuisine–Art festival at the Alton […]Read More

Niagara Escarpment Artist Cory Trepanier Nominated for Canadian Screen Award

Here’s some interesting submitted news about artist Cory Trepanier of Caledon: Landscape painter Cory Trepanier joins a luminary cast of talent at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards with the nomination of his third film “Into The Arctic II” in the category of Best Performing Arts or Arts Documentary Program or Series. In his third docu-film […]Read More