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Affordable housing, walkable communities rise to the top in first round of OP review

February 21, 2020   ·   0 Comments

Providing affordable housing and moving away from tailoring communities to cars were among the issues rising to the top in the first round of public ...

Local student praised as “true leader” in Black Excellence by School Board

Amira Zamanifar dreams of becoming the Prime Minister of Canada in the future. The 14-year-old was in the spotlight recently when, as part of Black ...

Mysteries of the ancient world and the modern mind explored in Agatha Christie, Archeology and Alzheimer’s

Side by side, they put together the clues of the past to solve mysteries both ancient and modern. For archaeologist Max Mallowan, the mysteries he ...

Polar Plunge is a cool way to support local Special Olympians

If you’re looking for a cool way to help local Special Olympics Athletes, consider bracing yourself to take the plunge! Next month, members of the ...

Parking crunch addressed in new traffic study

As Aurora moves to make the historic downtown core a destination once again, pointed questions are often asked just where people are supposed to park ...

Cultural Centre marks tenth anniversary with concert by renowned pianist

Changes to Yonge Street traffic proposed in study

Significant changes to Yonge Street traffic flows could become a reality in the next decade as Council considers updates to the Town’s Master Transportation Study. ...

Council calls for better public engagement on Official Plan

Council has called on municipal staff to improve public engagement as just a handful of residents came out to Council Chambers last week to provide ...

Manslaughter charges following fentanyl death in near Bayview and Stone Road

A 32-year-old Aurora man is facing manslaughter charges following the drug-related death of a 23-year-old last June. “On June 8, 2019, York Regional Police were ...

Future of one-way traffic on Centre Street questioned by Council

It has slowed traffic and occasionally confounded drivers, but the future of one-way traffic on portions of Centre Street in Aurora’s Heritage Conservation District is ...

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