March 2014 Archive


Fearless mixing with colours and patterns By Jean Bisnaire, Niche Decor “I see so many beautiful patterns in home decor stores – how do I ...


A Personal Support Worker’s Appeal for Seniors By Frank Klees, MPP Newmarket-Aurora On Monday, March 3, I took the issue of cuts to personal support ...


Shake off the winter blahs with Winter Blues this week

This has been the coldest, snowiest, and generally most unpleasant winter many Aurorans can remember – but if you’re looking for a way to shake off the winter blues, this is your week.

Walk for Wellness raises over $30,000

On behalf of CHATS – Community & Home Assistance to Seniors – I would like to thank all those from Aurora and across York Region ...

BROCK’S BANTER: People’s Choice

By Brock Weir Perhaps I have become jaded, but there are few things in the world anymore which truly mystify me – but that has ...

Resident surprised at “fear mongering” over Heritage District Plan

(Re: Politics as Usual & Brock’s Banter, March 13, 2014) I read with interest Alison Collins Mrakas’ column and both agree and disagree with her ...

Cultural Centre should release numbers on gallery partnership: Councillor

The Aurora Cultural Centre last month announced a major new partnership with Meridian Credit Union, which included the naming rights on the former Red Gallery – but now one Councillor wants answers.


Cartwright Building set for new life as community health care hub

SENIOR SCAPE: Marching into Spring

By Charles Sequeira The Aurora Seniors’ Centre will host our annual Spring Sale on April 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Aurora ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Pink Shirts & Motorcycles

By Brock Weir Sometimes a week comes along when there are few things to talk about. Some issues might not seem particularly interesting, whereas other ...

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