April 2016 Archive

2016-04-28-05

Don’t overlook milk bags, say Lester B’s Eco students

Chances are over the course of the last week, you probably threw out a milk bag or two. But, students at Lester B. Pearson Public School urge you to give the humble milk bag a second look and consider the possibilities before tossing the next one in the trash.

Chamber thanks community for home show support

On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of the Aurora Chamber of Commerce, I would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone ...

Ryan was taught to be kind and loving to everyone

(Re: Parents urge people be aware after bag stolen from man with Down Syndrome. April 21) Thank you for the article about Ryan Grant. I ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Get this party started

By Brock Weir If you’re planning a big party, sometimes you simply can’t wait to get the fun started. Apparently this was the case for ...

POLITICS AS USUAL: Ranked Ballots

By Alison Collins-Mrakas If the Province has its way, the 2018 municipal election could be markedly different than in 2014. On April 4, the Province ...

FRONT PORCH PERSPECTIVE: Our Lady of Grace – New Church and Homilies

By Stephen Somerville The Archdiocese of Toronto and the Parish Priest at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church have been trying to determine whether or ...

IN GOOD COMPANY: Another Busy Spring in Aurora

By Mayor Geoff Dawe Aurora is bustling with activity. There are many events that will appeal to you and your family this spring and summer! ...

VIEW FROM QUEEN’S PARK: Time to change political fundraising rules in Ontario

By Chris Ballard, MPP Newmarket-Aurora As Premier Kathleen Wynne highlighted last June, it is time for Ontario to change the laws governing how Ontario’s political ...

SENIOR SCAPE: The Maple Leaf Forever!

By Jim Abram The “Maple Leaf Forever” Project was made possible as a result of an “Act of God” when Mother Nature felled the famous ...

Mavrinac Park plan promises something for everyone

A tentative vision for six acres of parkland on Mavrinac Boulevard promises to have something for Aurorans of every age, ability and mobility.

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