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Aurora could soon get first pot shop

August 29, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Yonge and Wellington storefront listed as address of first Aurora-based application for a retail cannabis license in last week's Provincial lottery.

Kerry’s Place marks 45 years of helping families on the Autism spectrum

When Kerry’s Place Autism Services first planted roots, they aimed to give a helping hand to families impacted by autism.

Planning questions went unanswered at conference, says Mayor

Conference with Provincial leaders, however, brought welcome news for Library Square redevelopment: Mrakas

View from the Pines celebrates 40 years of artistic excellence

Aurora's Pine Tree Potters Guild celebrates milestone 40th anniversary with juried art show now on at the Aurora Cultural Centre.

Business Improvement Area saddles up for downtown street party

An early kickoff to the 2019 Magna Hoedown will shut down Yonge Street from Wellington to Mosley with a street party spearheaded by Aurora's new Downtown BIA.

New sounds, new album, the Spoons to headline Saturday’s Ribfest

Iconic Canadian band marks 40th anniversary

CP Women’s Open to leave lasting legacy in community

Victim identified; additional charges laid following murder investigation

York Regional Police have identified the victim found in a burnt out house on Edward Street on July 27. The body of 38-year-old Troy Stephen ...

Local dentist focuses new lens on climate change

Ron Goodlin takes passion for photography and uses it as a medium to spark change and highlight perils of climate change.

Aurora’s future sports stars honoured as Athletes of the Year

Aurora’s brightest student athletes have been recognized by Sport Aurora and the Town for their prowess on the field, on the...

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