April 19, 2017 · 0 Comments
As concerns mount over the number of vacant homes and businesses in Aurora, the Town is set to take a degree of action with a new bylaw getting strict on property owners.
By Brock Weir Carl Bedal has inspired many Aurorans over the years with his poignant story of serving in the navy during the Second World ...
By Brock Weir Over the last few weeks, young Canadians have followed in the footsteps of the thousands of young men who marched off to ...
For the past 25 years, Aurora resident John Hartman has selected one charity per year to throw his support behind. This year, his chosen cause happens to be the one that saved his life just last year.
Regional Councillors have backed a push from municipalities like Aurora and Whitchurch-Stouffville to make any potential shifts in the ratios of tax paid by residential property owners to commercial property owners revenue neutral to homeowners.
Aurora is looking to set down clear definitions on just what constitutes a “dangerous dog.” Council approved a notice of motion from Mayor Geoff Dawe last week calling on Aurora to ...
trength is in our diversity, according to Aurora Council. Local lawmakers reaffirmed the Town of Aurora’s stance that “diversity is welcome and serves to make our community stronger” by giving the thumbs-up to a motion from Councillor Wendy Gaertner.
Many historians cite the Battle of Vimy Ridge as the time Canada came of age as a nation. For the thousands of young men who took up arms to fight for King and Country it was the time they too came of age.
Councillors cast doubt on internet voting at Tuesday night's General Committee meeting.Next Page »