March 2017 Archive


Novice Tigers take home OMHA gold

By Jake Courtepatte The Tigers are provincial champions, thanks to the Novice AAs. After going 49-10-5 in the regular season, the Tigers cruised to an ...


Bernier offers “bold, authentic” vision for Canada

Maxime Bernier is a man of principle. One month away from a full year in the race to lead the Conservative Party of Canada...

Gun threat leads to locked doors at Cardinal Carter

Parents of Cardinal Carter Catholic High School students sounded the alarm when the school locked its doors, rather than going into a full Hold & Secure or lockdown mode after the school received gun threats online.


Minor Midget Express in tough to repeat OHL Cup title

In Minor Midget hockey, the Triple Crown is the highest achievement: a Silver Stick title, an OMHA championship, and an OHL Cup. While this year’s crop of York-Simcoe Express talent will not be able to accomplish the feat done by their predecessors one year ago, they still have the opportunity to capture their second straight OMHL Cup this week.


Saints taking CISAA hockey final to the limit

The St. Andrew’s Saints are learning they have some competition in CISAA hockey.

Councillors support parents in high school fight

Northeast parents’ efforts to get the York Region District School Board to re-think their decision to maintain Dr. G.W. Williams rather than building a new secondary school on Bayview Avenue at Borealis got some significant support last week.

Sports field switch offers solution to long-time AYSC issue

The Aurora Youth Soccer Club (AYSC) could be on the move to Stewart Burnett Park next year after the Club and the Town brainstormed a solution to a growing problem in the soccer community.

Pickering College cleans up in the pool

Pickering College’s swim team is heading to OFSAA as the overwhelming favourites.

POLITICS AS USUAL: A cast of thousands

In a now months-long race to find a new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, a Cecil B de Mille-like cast of thousands still clutter the field of candidates, with a new one, Kevin O’Leary, joining the group just a few weeks ago.

Williams issue more “complex” than letters indicate

It is clear based on the letters to the editor in the March 9th edition that the complexity of the issues surrounding the new east ...

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