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BROCK’S BANTER: Central Perks

February 16, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Brock Weir What’s that old saying about the other man’s grass always being greener? Movies have been made on the subject, Petula Clark sung ...

FRONT PORCH PERSPECTIVE: Where does the PC Party of Ontario go from here?

By Stephen Somerville I know that it is a gross understatement to suggest that a lot has transpired over the past few weeks in the ...

IN GOOD COMPANY: Connecting with Community

By Mayor Geoff Dawe With the Family Day holiday weekend coming up, take the opportunity to spend some quality time together with your family at ...

MP’S REPORT

By Kyle Peterson, MP Newmarket-Aurora It was great to lace up my skates and see so many people and have a chance to chat with ...

SENIOR SCAPE: The Revenge of the Red Feather Ladies

By Jim Abram The next production of the Silver Stars troupe at the Aurora Seniors’ Centre is a play in two Acts entitled: “The Revenge ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Heir Conditioning

By Brock Weir There seems to be a tradition here every time the Prince of Wales is set to return to Canada. Inevitably, the chorus ...

INSIDE AURORA: Stability Crisis

By Scott Johnston With winter almost at an end – fingers crossed – I was taking what I hoped was a final seasonal wander through ...

ACTIVATING AURORA: The “Everyday Uncertainties” of Play

By Ron Weese One of the greatest threats to the development of a child’s self-confidence, their competence in skill development, participation in healthy physical activity ...

VIEW FROM QUEEN’S PARK: Lake Simcoe and Climate Change

By Chris Ballard, MPP Newmarket-Aurora My responsibilities as Minister of Environment and Climate Change and my job as the MPP for Newmarket-Aurora don’t always intersect, ...

SENIOR SCAPE

By Christina Doyle One of the nurses in the great Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore was approached by Dr. Grenfell of Labrador when he was ...

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