September 23, 2021

In-person learners welcomed back for 2021-2022 school year

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Candidates spar over COVID spending in Chamber debate

Aurora residents had a chance to see their candidates on both sides of the riding border field questions and challenge each other in an all-candidates ...

Canada’s standing in the world highlighted in final heat of election

Depending on who you ask, Canada’s standing in the world has either flourished or diminished over the last few years. In this, our final topic ...

Saturday Night Fever set to take over Yonge Street

Are you ready to feel the fever? The Town of Aurora and Aurora’s Downtown BIA sure hope so as they prepare to close down Yonge ...

More News

Permanent memorial to Ron Wallace unveiled at Town Park

Ron Wallace, former Council member and founder of The Auroran Newspaper, was known during his lifetime as “Mr. Aurora” – and now generations of Aurora ...

Food Network’s Compost Hub continues COVID growth

Being at home more often than ever before during COVID has spurred a renewed interest in gardening and growing your own food. As such, the ...

Meet the Candidates: Leona Alleslev, Conservative (Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill)

In her third Federal election campaign, Conservative candidate Leona Alleslev has noticed something different on the campaign trail: a wave of emotion from many residents ...

Meet the Candidates: Tim Flemming – Green Party of Canada (Newmarket-Aurora)

As a resident of Aurora and Newmarket for more than 35 years, Tim Flemming has raised his family here, is seeing his grandchildren flourish, and ...

Business supports in focus during Aurora Chamber election debate

Canadians are set to go to the polls this Monday, September 20. It was a snap election call in the middle of a pandemic, a ...

CSDA will be offering classes in September

The Canadian Speech and Debate Academy will finally be launching their classes virtually since the business was founded a year ago. Aurora native and 2016 ...

In-person learners welcomed back for 2021-2022 school year

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Candidates spar over COVID spending in Chamber debate

Aurora residents had a chance to see their candidates on both sides of the riding border field questions and challenge each other in an all-candidates ...

Canada’s standing in the world highlighted in final heat of election

Depending on who you ask, Canada’s standing in the world has either flourished or diminished over the last few years. In this, our final topic ...

Saturday Night Fever set to take over Yonge Street

Are you ready to feel the fever? The Town of Aurora and Aurora’s Downtown BIA sure hope so as they prepare to close down Yonge ...

Sports

Aurora Tigers home opener free of charge October 1

The Aurora Tigers have provided fans an incentive that is totally irresistible: the home opener on Friday, October 1 against the Stouffville Spirit is completely ...

York United one win and one draw, sit fifth in the league

Alvaro Rivero’s lightning struck twice as York United earned a disappointing draw against HFX Wanderers and an exhilarating victory against Forge FC. In a tale ...

AMYA launched successful fundraising sports tournament for Cortelluci Vaughan Hospital

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association launched a successful sports tournament from August 21 to Aug. 24. In the first tournament of its kind, over 1,000 ...

Two-time champ Goodrow brings Stanley Cup home

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York United tie Atletico Ottawa, smash Masters Futbol

York United could have had two wins this week, but a late equalizer Atletico Ottawa midfielder Alberto Soto spoiled the party. York, whose three points ...

Sport Aurora’s All Sport One Day sensational in encouraging youth

Sport Aurora’s All Sport One Day program was exceptional over the past weekend. The volunteer organization – whose program is led by the Chair of ...

Olympic gold the key to unlock domestic league

There are times when hard work doesn’t have a reflection in the mirror. You might question why. You might wonder if your concerted efforts might ...

OJHL unveils 2021/22 regular season schedule

Fans of junior hockey in the province will be pleased to hear that the Ontario Junior Hockey League has release its regular season schedule for ...

Double Dose of Victories for York United

York United edged out a 1-0 victory against Forge FC and earned a stunning victory against HFX Wanderers this past week. Their excellent week with ...

SAC hockey and GOJHL form partnership

St. Andrew’s College’s top tier hockey program and the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League have developed a partnership that will see SAC take on teams ...

Arts & Culture

Aurorapalooza a success for resident, CMHA

Rain gave way to a bright evening in Aurora for the Canadian Mental Health Association on August 7, as local resident Joel Gouveia took over ...

The Kitchen Witches aimed to be season opener for Theatre Aurora

Their Henderson Drive doors have been largely closed to the public for more than a year-and-a-half due to the global pandemic, but Theatre Aurora has ...

Ace Galaksi brings Aurora artists, performers to Toronto Fringe

Ace Galaksi has precious little time to locate the Giant Book of Destiny before destiny itself is rewritten. Will he do it? Well, to discover ...

Ensemble Made in Canada’s latest nets another Juno win for Aurora’s Norbert Kraft

Canada is a cultural mosaic, something that has been immortalized in visual art, poetry and on our screens. But it has also been immortalized in ...

Culture: Popping up at a corner near you

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Curator out at Aurora Museum & Archives

The Aurora Museum & Archives is now without a curator. The Town of Aurora confirmed long-time curator Shawna White was no longer in the position. ...

Reaching out for Diversity and Inclusion

Aurora-raised musician, educator will help Cultural Centre address inclusivity in outreach role.

Acclaimed author Farzana Doctor to tackle tough issues in virtual Library talk

Sharifa finds herself straddling two worlds. On a trip to India with her husband to reconnect with her heritage, she’s drawn into the politics of ...

Theatre Aurora plans play reading for One Book One Aurora campaign

Over the last few weeks, Aurora readers have had the opportunity to all read from the same page as part of the One Book One ...

What’s in a name? New branding on “Library Square” is imminent

Library Square has been a name on the lips of Aurorans for the better part of 40 years as the Town debated the future of ...

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