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BROCK’S BANTER: Going to the Chapel

May 16, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Brock Weir Ripped off. That’s the feeling I often had growing up as a young monarchist. After all, I arrived on the scene in ...

INSIDE AURORA: The Jewel in the Crown

By Scott Johnston Petch House is in the news again. It’s certainly had an interesting history. It was apparently built by a one-legged sailor from ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY: “The worst place inside the corporation”

By Jacqueline Stuart Head of rail! May 16, 1853 must have been an exciting day in town when Ontario’s first “revenue” railway train, carrying fare-paying ...

MARKET MUSINGS: Next Generation Vendor

By Jan Freedman The first two weeks of the Farmers’ Market have gone well as people became familiar with our new layout. So far, the ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Went with the wind

By Brock Weir Spring is finally here, and to the season I would like to extend the warmest welcome. Now, for those of you who ...

TIME TRAVELER’S DIARY

By Shawna White Here at the Aurora Museum & Archives we like to think of ourselves as time travelers. Through our artifact, photograph and archival ...

SENIOR SCAPE: Mother’s Day

By Christina Doyle As someone once said, your house is your home only when you feel you have jurisdiction over the space. Do you ever ...

MP’s REPORT: Staying Active

By Kyle Peterson, MP Newmarket-Aurora The warm weather is here to stay I hope, and as we head towards summer, let’s all try to remain ...

SPEAKEASY

By Jane Taylor & Reccia Mandelcorn Welcome to The Speakeasy, a monthly column highlighting arts and culture in Aurora. This print edition features stories from ...

BROCK’S BANTER: The road to hell is paved with snowballs

By Brock Weir We’re taught fairly early on in life that there is no such thing as a dumb question. It’s drilled into us as ...

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