January 2016 Archive

We’re back in business, says Aurora Chamber of Commerce

How can the Aurora Chamber of Commerce find its relevancy within the community again as business needs evolve? That is the question...

Tigers even up with Royals after fifth straight win

By Jake Courtepatte The Trenton Golden Hawks may be consistently ranked among the top teams in Canadian Junior Hockey, but that is of no concern ...

Town could purchase downtown Yonge Street block

A commercial block on Yonge Street at the southeast corner of Mosley Street could soon come under the ownership of the Town of Aurora following an upcoming Council meeting on January 26.

BROCK’S BANTER: Or die trying!

By Brock Weir Show of hands – how many of us remember back to those heady days of being a four or five-year-old getting mentally ...

Emotions run high at graduate art show – by design

Before she took out her camera, Nicole Cipriani knew nothing about the iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, but the more she learned, the more she became inspired.

INSIDE AURORA: Groundhog Daze 2016

By Scott Johnston A few days ago, as often happened when I was out walking in the arboretum this time of year, I ran into ...

Winter parking restrictions should be more “lenient”: Abel

If you were pressed to sum up the winter, so far, in just one word, chances are “erratic” might be near the top of the list.

SENIOR SCAPE: Older Demographic’s Growing

By Jim Abram The Town of Aurora recently updated its Parks and Recreation Master Plan and Sport Plan. This is of particular importance to older ...

Musicians “come together” for night of Beatles classics

If you’re a musician hoping to get the audience to join in, success can be hit or miss; that is, if you’re singing anything other than a Beatles song. Just ask Toronto musician David Celia.

MP’s REPORT: Pre-Budget Consultation

By Kyle Peterson, MP Newmarket-Aurora Happy New Year. I sincerely hope everyone had a chance to spend some quality time with friends and family over ...

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