Council looks at how to promote local needs in National Housing Strategy

August 8, 2018   ·   0 Comments

The Federal Government’s National Housing Strategy has established a pot worth more than $13 billion intended to be invested in the repair and renewal of affordable rental housing, and Aurora is looking to see how they can get a piece of the action to address local needs.


Aurora Votes 2018: Gaertner wants Aurora to “stick to the plan”

Wendy Gaertner has seen issues come, issues go, and issues addressed during her four terms on Aurora Council, but one perennial topic that has been top of mind during each of those terms has been the revitalization of Aurora’s Downtown Core.

Lutes offers “music for all occasions” at Concerts in the Park

He first picked up his guitar as a teen to impress the girls – and, by his own admission, it was a pretty successful tactic. But now that he’s got the girl, and some kids to boot, New Brunswick-based singer-songwriter Jared Lutes finds inspiration on the road.


Mark your calendar: Doors Open at Merlin’s Hollow

Don’t miss your chance to visit Merlin’s Hollow on Saturday, August 18 as part of the thirtieth annual Doors Open Aurora Event. Be sure to drop by between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at 181 Centre Crescent (a tiny road off of Centre Street between the railway track and Industrial Parkway with the garden the only house on the left).


Basso honoured with Youth Award for making community more inclusive

She has dedicated her life so far to making a positive difference in the lives of others within her community, and now Nicole Basso has been honoured by her community for her efforts.


To Serve & Savour could be biggest-ever fundraiser for Wounded Warriors

Accessibility concerns are being addressed at Library Square: CAO

The number of accessible parking spaces in the latest plans for Library Square has climbed from two to three, and planners are leaving the door open for more as designers address concerns surrounding accessibility.


Wonder Woman brings “Girl Super-Power” to Movies in the Park

Last year, Gal Gadot’s new take on the classic character Wonder Woman introduced this kickass superhero to...


Junior A Tigers beef up blue line with offseason deals

The junior hockey roster carousel keeps spinning, and with it comes a new set of faces to defend the Aurora Tigers’ blue line.

Hallmark lands go to baseball in Council U-turn

Athletes will now get two baseball diamonds on the Hallmark Lands after Council made a U-turn last week on how the property should use.

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