Opinion

BROCK’S BANTER: Sliding Scales

February 21, 2019   ·   0 Comments

By Brock Weir Adele. Amy Winehouse. Snoop Dogg. Coolio. The Spice Girls. Cyndi Lauper. The Beatles. Frank Sinatra. Hell, even Glenn Miller. Whatever music you ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY: The Most Beautiful Hair You’ve Very Seen

By Rachel Dice Aurora Museum & Archives The year is 1867. Your monarch, Queen Victoria, is in deep mourning and has been for the past ...

SPORT SCRAPS: Parents Supporting Coaches

By Ron Weese I have fun with Twitter. Often, I “tweet” something out (@ronweese) just to see the uptake by readers. It is a barometer ...

FRONT PORCH PERSPECTIVE: Women at Augusta National

By Stephen Somerville Before this column returns to the local themes of people, politics and public affairs, I would like to opine about an upcoming ...

GETTING THINGS DONE

By Mayor Tom Mrakas The Federal government has just announced that they are pledging $595 million in federal funding for Barrie GO line corridor improvements. ...

Homeless But Happy (Part 6)

Special to The Auroran I close my eyes and imagine my Mother with her arms wrapped around me holding me tightly, to keep me safe ...

INSIDE AURORA: Depth Perception

By Scott Johnston Once again the age old Aurora question has been raised; at what point should the Town start or stop shoveling snow from ...

MP’s REPORT: January Report

By Leona Alleslev, MP Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill I thought you may be interested in what my team and I have been up to this last ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY: Behind the White Fence

By Jacqueline Stuart One day in February 1919, the news spread around Town that the working day at Collis Leather – Aurora’s second largest employer, ...

GETTING THINGS DONE

By Mayor Tom Mrakas Well, it is budget time not only at Aurora Town Council, but at the Region as well. At Regional Council, we ...

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