January 2016 Archive

IN GOOD COMPANY: Aurora, a financially sustainable Town.

By Mayor Geoff Dawe Happy New Year Aurora! I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday. Let’s get ready to embrace new, positive beginnings in ...

Aurora High Grads bring magical “vision” to Cultural Centre

When he was a youngster, James Zhang was inspired by the fantastic. The Grade 12 student from Aurora High School (AHS) was...

“Instruments of war” should not be at Cenotaph: Reader

Democracy allows for expression of opposite points of view, possibly the result one’s own life experiences. Placement of a war machine near the Cenotaph is ...

SENIOR SCAPE: Welcome to 2016!

By Christina Doyle A year of promise, hope and continued good will to each and every one of you. As many of our celebrations and ...

Cultural Precinct plan should be slowed down: readers

The (registered) Town Park Area Residents Ratepayers Association (TPARRA) has concerns about the Cultural Precinct plan, although we don’t disagree with it, but we believe ...

Thanks for the sights of the season

We would like to express our thanks to the folks on McClellan Way, and surrounding streets, for the beautiful display of Christmas lights this year, ...

Letters on LAV is debate Council declined to have

It is interesting that citizens are continuing the debate on this matter, something that Council members declined to do. To put it in military terms, ...

Empty Bowls 2015: Soup and Bread – Creating Hope

Empty Bowls events take place annually across North America and around the world in an effort to relive homelessness and hunger. There is no Canadian ...

Mackenzie Marsh lacks proper parking, says reader

Have you recently tried to park your car to go to the Mackenzie Marsh at St. John’s Sideroad? Currently, people park their cars on a ...

BROCK’S BANTER: On the outside looking in

By Brock Weir A shared glance. A subtle wink. A short, curt nod. You see these gestures in everyday life. Sometimes you might be on ...

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