December 2015 Archive

Holiday Market “pops up” at Cultural Centre ahead of Victorian Tea

If you’re looking for that one unique holiday gift sure to melt even Scrooge’s cold, cold heart, head over to the Aurora Cultural Centre for a veritable Christmas extravaganza.

2015-12-10-06

Brothers find artistic inspiration in Canada’s winter wonderland

Maybe you’re breathing a sigh of relief that Mother Nature has been delayed in sending us a full blast of winter, but it’s a different story for artist brothers Dave and Ross Rheaume.

Domi’s writing partner brings “Shift Work” to Aurora

As a reporter covering the Toronto Maple Leafs for SportsNet, Jim Lang was often on the road with the boys in blue. When you’re on the road with a team you get to know the players pretty well, and he soon became acquainted with the professional side of Tie Domi but never the personal. Now, many years later, however, they have something of a “bromance” going on...

2015-12-10-10

Art transcends language in winter shows

Sometimes they have to let their brushes or their needles do the talking.

2015-12-10-07

Wildcats basketball hangs on against Lions to remain undefeated

Any coach will tell you that you have to play to the final buzzer, and the Dr. G.W. Williams Wildcats basketball squad almost learned that the hard way.

2015-12-10-08

Mantenuto and Board look to represent Tigers at international level

Of the 41 players vying for a chance to represent Canada East at the World Junior A Challenge, two are looking to temporarily replace their black and yellow with red and white.

BROCK’S BANTER: Red Sails

By Brock Weir When you’re fully immersed in it, occasionally you lose sight of the fact your own country’s customs might seem a bit strange ...

INSIDE AURORA: ‘Twas Two Weeks Before Christmas

By Scott Johnston ‘Twas two weeks before Christmas, and at the North Pole Santa sat between sacks full of toys and of coal Work was ...

2015-12-17-08

Solilo and St. Max Mustangs stay unbeaten with third shutout in a row

The St. Max Mustangs are the team to beat in YRAA Girls hockey heading into the holiday break.

MP’s REPORT: Welcome to Ottawa!

By Leona Alleslev, MP Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill I may be the person physically sitting in the House of Commons, but it is you who I ...

« Previous PageNext Page »
Page Reader Press Enter to Read Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Pause or Restart Reading Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Stop Reading Page Content Out Loud Screen Reader Support
Open