June 2016 Archive

2016-06-30-03

Reuben Street’s longest resident enters 100th year

Hot dogs, ice cream and popcorn sometimes get a bad rap, but talk to Doris Videan and she’ll tell you otherwise. While it might not be a recipe for longevity, per se, they are ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Two-Way Streets

By Brock Weir Look, with Oprah off the air as far as weekly TV is concerned, you have to learn how to take your epiphanies ...

Get into the 21st Century and ditch level crossings: reader

I have read a couple of articles in your paper that the Town of Aurora wishes to “spruce up” the Town’s appearance and also wishes ...

Johnston’s cartoon was funny, but…

(Re: Machell’s Corners, June 16) I saw the cute Machell’s Corners comic this week in the local paper. I am on the Mavrinac Park Residents ...

INSIDE AURORA: Traffic Circles

By Scott Johnston So, with summer and nicer weather finally here, what’s at the top of your priority list; taking time off, puttering around the ...

Equality should be reflected in anthem

(Re: Reader has “anthem pride”, June 16) Your reader’s critique of the change to our national anthem warrants a rebuttal. Our original anthem was gender ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Brexit Strategy

By Brock Weir Nearly two years ago in this space, I pondered what it means when your ancestral roots kick into high gear. It was ...

MP’s Report

By Leona Alleslev, MP Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill May has been a very busy month discussing new and historic bills in the House of Commons, working ...

INSIDE AURORA: The End is Near

By Scott Johnston “So, this is where the parade starts, eh?” The older staffer looked over at his younger colleague and confirmed, “yup”. “But doesn’t ...

2016-06-09-05

York Region gears up for Pride Week

The raising of the rainbow flag has significant meaning for Amanda Kenegje and Mike Blackburn. As president and vice president, respectively, of the York Region chapter of

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