As first reported here, Caledon OPP now say a woman found dead after a minor collision in Caledon was a homicide and the man charged with second-degree murder in her death are mother and son. Krystina Armstrong 45 years old, was found dead in the passenger side of one of the vehicles involved in the […]
A woman who died in Caledon was not the victim of a collision, but a victim of murder, police alleged Sunday. The Caledon resident was a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a “minor collision” on Simpson Rd. on Friday evening, Ontario Provincial Police said in a statement released Sunday night. Const. Jonathan […]
The following is information about the Bolton By-Pass currently being planned out, the above picture is the route it will take through Bolton, Ontario. Richard Whitehead, Regional Councillor for Caledon’s Ward 3 & 4 was kind enough to type out and provide all this useful information that until now seemed difficult to come by online. The […]
Posted: April 15th, 2010 under Bolton, Caledon, News.
Tags: 427, B.A.R., Bolton, Bolton Arterial Road System, bolton by-pass, Caledon, Coleraine Drive, highway 427, highway 50, Mayfield, ontario, Richard Whitehead
Google Canada today revealed more than 130 Canadian cities to be viewed in the 3D environment of Google street view mode. Among those cities are Bolton, Orangeville and surprisingly many parts of Caledon, Ontario. Even the smaller the towns of Caledon Village, Caledon East, Alton & Mono Mills are mapped as well as many of […]
Posted: February 11th, 2010 under Bolton, Caledon, Caledon East, Caledon Village, News, Orangeville, Palgrave, Photos, Real Estate.
Tags: Alton, Bolton, Caledon, caledon map, Caledon Village, east, google, google maps, google maps street view, google street view, Mono Mills, ontario, Orangeville, Palgrave, real estate
Just in case you were wondering if any of your tax dollars were ending up here back in our very own Caledon, here is a list projects in the Caledon area that received Federal Stimulus money this past year from the Federal Government also known as Canada’s Economic Action Plan. Thanks to David Tilson‘s Office, […]
Posted: January 16th, 2010 under Bolton, Caledon, Caledon East, Caledon Village, Conservation, News, Palgrave, Politics.
Tags: Bolton, Caledon, Caledon East, canada's economic action plan, David Tilson, federal stimulus, ontario, Palgrave, peel, Politics, tax dollars
Baffo’s Pizza the popular local pizzeria and restaurant in downtown Bolton for over 38 years will soon be moving to a new better location right on Queen St. (Hwy 50). Currently tucked away one street east on Chapel Street Baffo’s will be moving to the main street where the Billiards/Pool Hall used to be. The […]
On my way home I caught this Red-tailed Hawk (correct me if I am wrong) just south of Bolton along side Highway 50. He was scanning the ditch below for food and I must have made him nervous as he flew away fairly quickly once he spotted me. I didn’t notice it until after I […]
For the last two nights I have been outside in the evening watching the Perseid Meteor shower, no pictures of that unfortunately, they are too fast and hard to get a photo of them. I was however taking some more pictures of the stars in the night time sky trying to perfect the settings with […]
Just to update my earlier blog posting. Jade Scognamillo, only 15, years old becomes the youngest to cross Lake Ontario on a solo swim. Her official time was 19 hours, 59 minutes and 49 seconds. Scognamillo touched the wall at Marilyn Bell Park in Toronto just before 6 p.m after swimming through choppy water for […]
From the CBC.ca: A 15-year-old from Bolton, Ont., has her sights set on becoming the youngest person ever to swim solo across Lake Ontario. Jade Scognamillo set two records last year on neighbouring Lake Erie. She’s now both the youngest and the fastest to cross the lake. This year, she wants to take on the […]