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Williams issue more “complex” than letters indicate

March 22, 2017   ·   0 Comments

It is clear based on the letters to the editor in the March 9th edition that the complexity of the issues surrounding the new east ...

Open House gets great turnout

On behalf of Nature Aurora, I would to thank you for doing such a great article on us for the paper. Because of that, we ...

“Spring Out” for the eighth year of Studio Tour

The Aurora Artist Studio Tour of 2017 features 14 artists in six studio locations throughout Aurora. This year we chose the season of spring with ...

Head Into the Woods with Queensville Players

Has this past week’s frigid reminder of winter gotten you down? Would you like a warm and colourful glimpse of verdant woods and sunnier climes? ...

Aurora needs new high school, but not at Williams’ expense

(Re: Parents urge board to “rebuild trust” and reconsider new high school, March 2) I had the pleasure of sitting on a committee of parents ...

Parents are appealing to wrong group: northeast parent

(Re: Parents urge board to “rebuild trust” and reconsider new high school, March 2) The parents in the quadrant wanting the new school to save ...

Cartoon missed the mark, says reader

(Re: Machell’s Corners, March 2) Scott Johnston’s cartoon on page 4 of your March 2nd edition insults our community. It could actually encourage those who ...

Library plan needs “measurables”

I was at the library this week and read the Aurora Public Library’s Strategic Plan for 2017 to 2021. I was quite impressed with the ...

“Tolerance has displaced truth,” reader contends

(Re: Trinity moves towards same sex marriage, February 2) I was deeply saddened to read that same-sex marriages are coming to Trinity Anglican. I was ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Toast of the Town

Okay, kids of the late 1980s and early 1990s, now is the moment of truth: if you ever have the occasion to burn a piece ...

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