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Battle of the Atlantic

April 23, 2014

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The Bolton Sea Cadets will be having a small local Battle of the Atlantic observance ceremony, on Sunday May 4th between 10:00 am and noon.
Everyone is invited to attend.

It will take place at the Cenotaph on Centennial Drive in Bolton.

Harold Janes
Navy League of Canada Caledon Branch

Caledon’s Landing Page gets a Spring Refresh!

April 22, 2014

caledon.ca gets a Spring Refresh with a New Landing Page Design!

As part of our commitment to continuous improvements to customer service, the Town of Caledon has refreshed www.caledon.ca. Our homepage has been cleaned up, organized and offers more points of navigation and interest for citizens and visitors to Caledon.

New e-Services drop-down menu
To improve visibility and access for residents, an “e-Services” drop-down menu has beenadded to www.caledon.ca, located at the top right of the homepage. Services residents will be able to access online include:
• Registering overnight parking exemptions
• Paying parking tickets
• Registering for Parks and Recreation programs
• Using the Tax Calculator
• Applying for burn permits (coming soon)
• Applying for and monitoring building permits (coming soon)

Additional improvements:
 The Browse Aloud accessibility feature allows users to have web content read aloud and can be found at the bottom right, beside the Town’s Facebook and Twitter buttons.
 Roll-up menus on homepage provide greater accessibility for the latest Town news and public notices, upcoming event calendar and Parks and Recreation activity.

This refresh provides residents with greater access to information, while becoming cleaner, more compact and easier for visitors to navigate.

Media Contact:
Bethany Lee
Corporate Communications
905.584.2272 x.4106 | communications@caledon.ca

Confirm you are on the Voters List

April 22, 2014

Voter Lookup

Are you on the list of voters for the upcoming municipal and school board election?

Caledon residents can now find out whether their information is confirmed and updated for the upcoming municipal and school board election at voterlookup.ca

voterlookup.ca is an online service used to build and maintain information that will be used in the preparation of the final Voters’ Lists across Ontario.

You can also change/update your school support for electoral purposes and add names to your property address.

Accessing voterlookup.ca is easy! To confirm your information is accurately recorded for the upcoming elections, you need to supply:
 Your name and date of birth, and
 Your town/city, property address or assessment roll number, included on your latest Property Assessment Notice.

Using voterlookup.ca, you can confirm your elector eligibility or update your electoral information.
For more information, please contact MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.

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Media Contact:
Bethany Lee
Corporate Communications
905.584.2272 x.4106 | communications@caledon.ca

Spring cleaning our Community

April 19, 2014

Cleaning Up Around Town

Once again Tim Horton’s is hosting a Community Clean Up. So whether you are a student looking for your community service hours, or a Bolton resident wanting to help spring-clean your community after the drabs of winter, we hope you’ll participate.

Tim Hortons Bolton Community Clean Up Day

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
9:30 a.m. Grab a free Tim’s coffee and Timbits and sign up for your route.
Bags and gloves provided.

After the Clean-up – head back to the CCRW for a BBQ and a chance to win neat prizes!

Caledon Center for Recreation and Wellness, 14111 Hwy. 50, Bolton
(park at the ball diamond parking lot on the south side of the building)

Corrected Date: Open House: 2015 Provincial Plan Review

April 18, 2014

Many thanks to eagle-eye friends Diane and Nora who noticed the incorrect date in the 2015 Provincial Plans Review Open House announcement that went out earlier. The correct date is Tuesday May 13th NOT May 17th. I have posted a corrected notice below.

Open House: 2015 Provincial Plan Review (May 13, 2014)

The Niagara Escarpment Plan (NEP), Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (ORMCP), and Greenbelt Plan are all up for review by the Province in 2015. In preparation for the provincial review, the Town of Caledon is conducting its own assessment of these plans.

Your Chance to Have Your Say…

Planning staff would like to hear from Caledon’s residents, landowners and businesses, in advance of the provincial review, on how these provincial plans have changed the way you live, work and play in Caledon.

Come learn what they are, why they affect you, how to have your say
Caledon is hosting an informative presentation and engaging round-table discussion on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at the Caledon Community Complex in Caledon East from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm (open house session 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm).

Why is This Important to Caledon Citizens?

The review of these plans is important as parts of Caledon lie within the Niagara Escarpment Plan, Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan, and Greenbelt Plan.

The provincial review will work to address challenges, capitalize on opportunities, and ultimately seek to strengthen the effectiveness and relevance of these plans. Your insight and input is critical for us to capture a broad range of Caledon-specific perspectives on these three provincial plans.

Click here to view this article on our website.

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There’s a Monster at your Library!

April 16, 2014

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Literature in Motion, within Bolton!

April 16, 2014

A long time Bolton business is on the move back uptown. Forsters Book Garden is moving in May and any moving day volunteers will even be fed says grateful owners Donna and Paul!

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