February 2018 Archive

Nature Aurora wants you!

“Nature Aurora”, formerly known as the “Naturalization and Wildlife Working Group” is a volunteer group of local “citizen scientists” with a practical interest in wildlife ...

A student’s reflection

With a New Year, I find myself reflecting over what has transpired during the last year and looking forward to the future. Many of the ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Central Perks

By Brock Weir What’s that old saying about the other man’s grass always being greener? Movies have been made on the subject, Petula Clark sung ...

FRONT PORCH PERSPECTIVE: Where does the PC Party of Ontario go from here?

By Stephen Somerville I know that it is a gross understatement to suggest that a lot has transpired over the past few weeks in the ...

IN GOOD COMPANY: Connecting with Community

By Mayor Geoff Dawe With the Family Day holiday weekend coming up, take the opportunity to spend some quality time together with your family at ...


By Kyle Peterson, MP Newmarket-Aurora It was great to lace up my skates and see so many people and have a chance to chat with ...


Family fun is just the tip of the iceberg at Arctic Adventure

Athletes who descended on South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics last week are not the only ones with a chance to try out their prowess on the ice and snow – budding athletes, young tots just learning how to walk in the snow, and their whole families can have just that and a whole lot more next week at Aurora’s Arctic Adventure.


Junior Citizen nominee helps spread the love of science while paying it forward

By Brock Weir Jacqueline Li is a life-long lover of learning and, for the Aurora student, there are opportunities to learn around just about every ...

Business Concierge Program expands focus to out-of-town investors

Aurora’s Business Concierge Program was founded to provide resources for big investors – like Bulk Barn – who might be interested in doing business in Town.

Community “code of conduct” will crack down on “inappropriate” behaviour in Town buildings

A new “Community Code of Conduct” will crack down on what the Town of Aurora describes as “inappropriate patron behaviours” at municipal facilities.

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