Letters

How do you tell a soldier?

November 9, 2018   ·   0 Comments

How do you tell a soldier? That war is why he came To defend our rights for freedom In a land of foreign names. How ...

War Amps pays tribute on Milestone anniversary

As Remembrance Day approaches, I would like to pay tribute to the amputee veterans who founded The War Amps, which marks its 100th anniversary this ...

New trustee McRoberts “humbled” by community support

I am humbled by and grateful for the support shown to me by the voters in Aurora and King. Thank you! As your new YRDSB ...

Council needs to ease up on height restrictions

I read about the plans for the redevelopment proposal [at Industrial Parkway North and Wellington Street East] that is being considered by Council. It is ...

Health risks might be lost in the weeds

In the hyper-celebration over the legalization of marijuana some health risks may be forgotten. They are: 1. The highest risk of marijuana harm is for ...

Letter does not reflect views of Ratepayers, says former president

(Re: Ballard made real difference, readers contend. Letter published online Sunday, October 21) My name is David LeClaire. I am, or rather was, the President ...

Ballard made real difference, readers contend

As the municipal election day approaches on Monday, October 22, we, the undersigned, would like to remind Aurora residents about how our Mayor and Town ...

Ministry seeks public input: Trustee candidate

As a trustee candidate in Aurora and King Township for the York Region District School Board, I would like to let the readers know that ...

Reader questions Ballard’s sign colours

Does anyone else see the irony and hypocrisy in Aurora mayoral candidate Chris Ballard clearly distancing himself from his historical “red” past with his election ...

Gaertner has this resident’s vote

With so much negativity in politics these days, especially as we are in the midst of our second election in less than six months, I ...

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