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BROCK’S BANTER: Putting a price on culture

May 9, 2019   ·   0 Comments

By Brock Weir Memory is a powerful thing. Sometimes there is no rhyme or reason on how memories are filed away, or how they are ...

INSIDE AURORA: Even Better

By Scott Johnston Based on the article on the front page last week, it appears as if Aurora is once again hoping to be named ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY: Lawn Bowling – the Oldest Sport in Aurora

By Jeff Walker Community Time Traveller Aurora Lawn Bowling Club The first lawn bowling was enjoyed in the early 1900s, when people found room to ...

MP’s REPORT: Canada’s Employment Landscape: Shifting and Uncertain

By Leona Alleslev, MPAurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill It doesn’t matter where I go or who I speak with – the message is clear and consistent – ...

SPEAKEASY

By Jane Taylor & Reccia Mandelcorn Our Speakeasy broadcast opened to the contemplative sounds of Eric Satie – perfect for getting us in the mood ...

SENIOR SCAPE

By Christina Doyle “My mom moved into a new condo, and I went to visit for a couple of days. Searching for a coffee cup ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Beyond the frontlines

By Brock Weir There are some weeks when the stress simply gets the better of me. I have to admit, now and then I can ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY

By Erika BairdAurora Historical Society Wilfred Ferrier Petermann was born on May 8, 1888, to Jacob and Margaret M. Ferrier Petermann of Aurora. He was ...

CHRISTINE’S CHRONICLES: 2019 Budget and Around the Riding with Christine

By Christine Elliott, MPPNewmarket-Aurora Since my last Chronicle, I had the pleasure to be part of several key events in Aurora and met with constituents ...

FRONT PORCH PERSPECTIVE: Clifford Gambell – An Update

By Stephen Somerville I was on a business trip last week when I received an e-mail on my private account. It was from Andrea McKechnie, ...

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