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Portraits of Giving recognizes Gonsalves for lifetime achievement

April 18, 2019   ·   0 Comments

When she and her family first arrived in Aurora, Rosalyn Gonsalves quickly set to work making the place she decided to raise her family a better place to live.

Wildlife Crossing areas marked for St. John’s, Henderson

By Brock Weir Why did the turtle cross the road? Well, for some poor creatures, getting to the other side of a busy road is ...

Movies in the SARC gets a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious twist next Saturday

It’s still a few months before local families can enjoy box office hits under the twilight of summer skies, but Aurora’s Movies in the Park series is getting a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious twist

York Region Transit wants your input at Wednesday meeting

Meeting comes just over a week following subway announcement

Easter Bunny is hopping excited for Saturday’s Egg Hunt

Easter is a little bit later than usual this year and the Easter Bunny has been taking the extra time to get in the zone for their biggest weekend of the year – not to mention a traditional visit to Aurora.

Chartwell keeps seniors, community “on track” at Leisure Complex

Residents of area retirement communities under the Chartwell banner have made the walking track at the Aurora Family Leisure Complex a destination for keeping healthy and active.

New camp serves Autistic and Special Needs campers

Shawn Kendal knows all too well the struggle parents face finding a place tailor-made to suit the needs of their children if they are special needs or on the autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Community Energy Plan targeted for 2021

A Town-wide plan to look at ways to reduce energy consumption, improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gasses is now targeted for completion by 2021.

Local student ready to take on the World while tackling tough issues

By Brock Weir Anna Croxon has a keen eye for the marginalized in our society. Born to what she says is “a lot of privilege,” ...

Aurora receives Platinum “Youth Friendly Community” designation

Aurora is often billed as a place to live, work and play – and once again, the municipality can live up to this tall order – this time being named a “Platinum Youth Friendly Community” by PlayWorks.

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