May 19, 2017

For immediate release | 19 May 2017 HEADWATERS TOURISM LAUNCHES 2017 REAL HEADWATERS CAMPAIGN: 150 REALSONS!   On Thursday, May 18th Headwaters Tourism hosted a celebratory party at the Caledon Ski Club for friends, partners and businesses who make Headwaters Ontario’s premier (and most award-winning) tourism destination. The occasion: well, Canada is celebrating its 150th… Read more »

Heatherlea’s café receives FEAST ON designation

May 9, 2017

Caledon, ON (May 9, 2017) Heatherlea Farm Shoppe’s café joins over 122 other Ontario establishments committed to local food through their newly acquired Feast On certification.  This designation enables diners to identify restaurants that use local foods, thus supporting the local economy and Ontario agriculture.  With Heatherlea’s home-raised meats, Ontario provisions, and passion for promoting… Read more »

Tourism Day at Queen’s Park

April 29, 2017

On Monday, April 24 TIAO members stormed the legislature to meet with MPPs and Cabinet Ministers to talk tourism, and deliver policy recommendations on behalf of the tourism industry. Headwaters Tourism was represented by Board Chair, Stacey Coupland and Executive Director, Michele Harris. TIAO Members representing 32 organizations had 17 formal meetings with MPPs, including three… Read more »

Summer job opportunities with Headwaters Tourism

April 14, 2017

Headwaters Tourism is the multi award-winning destination marketing organization representing the rural Headwaters region of Ontario and providing tourism services on behalf of the regional tourism industry and on behalf of the municipal partners in Dufferin County and the Towns of Caledon, Mono, Shelburne & Erin.  Through innovation and vision, Headwaters Tourism has become a… Read more »

Headwaters Tourism joins Board of the Culinary Tourism Alliance

April 11, 2017

On April 3rd, 2017, Headwaters Tourism’s Executive Director, Michele Harris, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Culinary Tourism Alliance. This will support Headwaters Tourism’s goals of integrating our tourism product more directly to the provincial and national marketplace, and aligns directly with one of the key demand generators for tourism in the… Read more »

Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival seeks volunteers

March 30, 2017

Taking place from June 1st to 4th, 2017, the award-winning Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival is seeking volunteers to help with this year’s event. Ideal for persons of all ages who are looking to get involved with their community, including teams, groups and social organizations, adults, students and seniors. Potential volunteers are invited to sign… Read more »

Feedback on Town of Caledon experience

March 28, 2017

The Lazaridis School of Business and Economics is researching what kind of “experience” people have when they interact with the Town. Take the survey

Have your say – Dufferin County Economic Development Survey

March 27, 2017

The County of Dufferin is in the process of developing a Strategy to provide a road map on how to best focus its efforts in Economic Development.  This process will result in a contemporary and relevant economic development strategy with a 10-year outlook, and an implementing action plan with a 3-5 year timeframe. The Global Investment… Read more »

Nominations open – Orangeville Environmental Sustainability Awards

March 26, 2017

March 27, 2017 Nominations open for annual Environmental Sustainability Awards The Town of Orangeville has opened nominations for the 2017 Environmental Sustainability Awards, sponsored for the ninth year by the Orangeville Sustainability Action Team (OSAT). The Environmental Sustainability Awards are presented by Orangeville Council on an annual basis to recognize those who have made a… Read more »

Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival announces 2017 lineup

March 26, 2017

For immediate release – March 23, 2017 The Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival announced details today about the 15th annual Festival taking place this year from June 1st to June 4th in downtown Orangeville. Gary Brown, President of the Festival Board of Directors, and Larry Kurtz, Festival Founder and Artistic Director, welcomed an enthusiastic crowd… Read more »