July 2016 Archive

Speed cushion pilot program could cost up to $100,000

A pilot program to install speed cushions on three Aurora streets – so far – in an attempt to curb speeders could come with a price tag of up to $100,000.

Regional changes could mean greater incentives for rental housing

Housing and condominium developers could find it more worth their while beginning next year to provide more rental units in the projects.

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Doors Open Aurora 2016 Event

Doors Open Aurora 2016 will be taking place on Saturday, August 20 with most sites open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Neville-Lake Family memorial day planned

Hundreds of people are expected at Kettle Lake Park in King City on Sunday, August 14, to commemorate the three Neville-Lake children and their grandfather, who were victims in a fatal tragic drinking and driving crash in September 2015

2016-07-28-03

If you wait to join the Seniors’ Centre, you’re missing out says new President

One of the first things Carol Hedenberg hears when new members walk through the door is, “I’m finally old enough to be here – I’m 73!” For the new president of the Aurora Seniors’ Association, it is not something she’s never heard before – but it is an attitude they often encounter at the Aurora Seniors’ Centre.

New head coach brings a fresh face to Jr. A Tigers

What were you doing at 27-years-old? Nikita Poliakov, an ex-junior player, is the new head coach of the junior A Aurora Tigers.

2016-07-28-05

Senior Jays to clash with Indians in NDBL playoffs

By Jake Courtepatte A tumultuous season for the Aurora Jays has resulted in a first-round meeting with the Midland Indians in the North Dufferin Baseball ...

Aurora United stomped by North Miss on both sides

Jose De Sousa doubled his goal production on the year with a hat trick in a 5 – 1 drubbing of Aurora United FC by North Mississauga on Saturday.

2016-07-28-01

PC leader Brown sees positive change after last election’s “unmitigated disaster”

2016-07-28-02

$15 million investment aims to make Southlake, York U an innovation hub

Astronaut and surgeon Dr. Dave Williams, President and CEO of Southlake Regional Health Centre, has seen a lot of the world from high above, but on firm ground, in recent years, he has seen rapid changes in the field of health care.

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