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Prudent to move on St. John’s interchange: resident

July 11, 2019   ·   0 Comments

It appears that York Region Council is now favouring three new provincial highway links far separated from the heart of Aurora. But a new St ...

New bylaws will have negative consequences: resident

The newly-enacted bylaw for so-called “stable neigbourhoods” will create costs and collateral damages that the Mayor and Council didn’t reveal to constituents. In the demolition ...

Protecting residents in older neighbourhoods?

Councils have tried to protect older neighbourhoods in past years and failed. The difference this time is that Aurora has new Planning Policy in place ...

Words matter when it comes to Pride: resident

Last weekend was #YorkPride and Aurora was #AuroraProud. Aurora is always proud and has many reasons to be proud. When it comes to LGBTQ2 and ...

Voters “deceived” on Stable Neighbourhoods, says reader

Why are we unable to trust politicians to live up to their campaign promises? It seems many have hidden agendas that do not serve the ...

In defence of democracy

Our democracy continues to be shaken as we have once again witnessed Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government’s attempt to tip the scales of justice ...

Aurora’s “environmental heart is still beating,” says ratepayer

After an intensive two-year campaign to protect Significant Woodland and Endangered Species Habitat on the Oak Ridges Moraine, the Henderson Drive Minor Variance applications were ...

An Open Letter to Mayor & Council from Town Park Ratepayers member

Firstly, I am writing to thank Councillors Gaertner and Gallo for their integrity in voting against the flawed and biased consultant report on Protecting Stable ...

Thank you for investing in education, says reader

(Re: Kaleidoscope project will bring Cultural Centre into Aurora schools, April 4) This morning I read the good news in the local newspaper that you ...

Greenbelt Coalition decries proposed changes to endangered species legislation

It is becoming a pattern with this government to hear, once again, that Ontario’s most sensitive and valuable environments are being offered to the highest ...

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