March 2015 Archive

Liberals weigh in on C-51 coverage

Last week’s article on Bill C-51 implied that Justin Trudeau supports the anti-terror legislation as written. In fact, he has been very vocal on the ...

SENIOR SCAPE: Spring has Sprung

By Charles Sequeira Aurora Community Tennis Club The Aurora Community Tennis Club has been successful in its application to the New Horizons for Seniors Grant ...

“Volunteer recycling program” suggested

I would like to suggest to Town Council an inexpensive way to help divert the green bin/blue box contents to their appropriate destinations. To wit: ...

Library’s Camera Club takes Aurora back to the future

In some instances the contrasts are drastic, while in others there is barely any difference in the landscape other than the styles of cars and the fashions of passers-by.

Council sets eyes northward on Industrial Parkway revamp

Changes are set this year for Industrial Parkway South’s intersection at Wellington Street with an eye to improve traffic congestion and now Council is setting their sights northward.

Further waste diversion methods could be explored after Clear Bags flop

Council might have killed the proposed Clear Bag program last week, but other efforts to help reduce the amount of garbage Aurorans send into the waste stream are likely to continue.

Clear Bags “answer question nobody asked”

The more I look at the Clear Bag Program, the more questions I have. According to their own reports, York Region can’t process all the ...

Project manager approved to share the load of Joint Operations Centre

A new project manager will be appointed to oversee the completion of Aurora’s new Joint Operations Centre on Industrial Parkway North. Council approved the appointment last week, following...

Special Olympics Aurora Bocce ready for first taste of competition

Almost one year in the making, Special Olympics Ontario – Aurora (SOO) is ready to roll out their first team of competitive bocce players this weekend in Richmond Hill.

Atom AE Tigers fall behind early in OMHA finals

By Jake Courtepatte It’s unfamiliar territory for the Atom AE Tigers. They find themselves down two games to none in their provincial finals matchup with ...

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