December 2015 Archive


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.

Ex-Tigers goaltender earns NCHA Defensive Player of the Week honours

It’s a name many longtime Tigers’ fans find synonymous with success, success which has continued into the NCAA ranks.


Regency Acres walks in the name of holiday spirit and physical literacy

A key component of Sport Aurora’s “Activate Aurora” campaign to get Aurora moving was kicked off with local students and teachers on Wednesday.

Average tax bills set to rise $89 following budget approval

It is the tax increase targeted from the outset, but Council made it official last week by approving a 1.8 per cent residential tax increase for the year ahead.

Settlement reached in Buck lawsuit

A settlement has been reached in the long-running defamation lawsuit between former Aurora mayor Evelyn Buck and several members of the 2006 – 2010 Council term on which she served.


Aurora company harnesses skills of Syrian refugees

Local company launches resume database for displaced residents in refugee camps while pooling resources to ease the sponsorship process for individuals and organizations.


Cultural Precinct Plan proposes transformation of Downtown Core

Aurora’s Cultural Precinct has the power to be an “attractive, vibrant, people-focused” neighbourhood, but some significant changes need to be considered before this can become a reality, according to planners.


12 Days of Light sparks fire of giving in local students

It was the culmination of their school’s 12 Days of Light, but St. Max students didn’t let rain get in the way of lighting sparks of hope on the streets of Toronto.

Tennis players wait for next volley from the Town of Aurora

The ball will soon be in Aurora’s court to determine the future of indoor tennis in the area. Councillors last week voted in favour...

Shuttle service should help commuters get to and from the GO: Council

The best way to solve the parking problem around the GO Station is to discourage people from driving to the station, and getting on the bus to get to the GO is to charge for parking – at least according to some Councillors.

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