March 2017 Archive

POLITICS AS USUAL: No Go? Oh no!

By Alison Collins-Mrakas As a daily transit user, I can tell you, from first hand, hard won experience, that our transit system, while serviceable, is ...

VIEW FROM QUEEN’S PARK: Raising Ontarians out of poverty

By Chris Ballard, MPP Newmarket-Aurora Last week, the province released its 2016 Poverty Reduction Strategy Annual Report, which highlights progress made by the province in ...

Water rates set to rise, but more efficient water meters still years away

By Brock Weir Water bills in Aurora are set to rise once again this year. Council is set to approve the 2017 combined water, wastewater ...

MUFON offers “public service” to those with UFO experiences

It was early one morning a few years ago when Stu Bundy and his wife looked out their bedroom window and saw some mysterious “super bright” lights hanging over the former Aurora Highlands Golf Club.

Entrepreneurs to challenge assumptions about starting out on your own

Everyone has at least one great idea, but putting it into action on your own can be a daunting prospect. But, local entrepreneurs are set to challenge some ...

2017-03-30-05

Theatre Aurora Review: You’ll Love “Old Love”

They say that there are two sides to every story. Fortunately, we get to see both perspectives played out in Norm Foster’s delightful comedy “Old Love”, now showing at Theatre Aurora.

2017-03-30-06

Spring into art with revamped Studio Tour

Spring has sprung, and so have the creative juices of local artists as they prepare to welcome aficionados and everyday art lovers into their studios this month.

2017-03-30-09

Newhook named OMHA Minor Midget Player of the Year

Just recently turning sixteen years old, Alex Newhook can already cross off some major milestones in his young hockey career.

2017-03-30-08

Express win double gold at OMHA Championships

A pair of York-Simcoe AAA clubs brought home the ultimate hardware at the AAA OMHA Championships last weekend.

Development Charges will pay off Joint Operations Centre, Fire Hall in 13 years

Development Charges will pay off existing debt on Aurora’s new Joint Operations Centre, and the upcoming new fire station at Bayview and St. John’s Sideroad in little over 13 years, according to a new municipal forecast.

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