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How are our athletes from Aurora? Sports stars staying active in pandemic

February 26, 2021   ·   0 Comments

During the pandemic, with chances of game time significantly diminished, we often find ourselves asking how Aurora’s homegrown sports stars are faring in their respective ...

Good news, Aurora: On-ice activities are back

It’s music to all fans’ ears in Aurora. The Minor Tigers and Aurora Skating Club will be gearing up to get their programs back on ...

Therapeutic and Inclusive: Disc Golf proponents want opportunities in Aurora

In 2014, while mountain biking on the trails behind the Ontario Science Centre, Jeff MacKeigan stumbled on a new sport. He saw people throwing a ...

York United defender enjoying his first week in Sweden

Dominick Zator, A York United defender on loan with Swedish second division football club Vasalunds IF, earned his first start in Saturday’s 2-0 win over ...

King City boys cracked Aurora’s Junior A club in style

King City defencemen Evan Roccatani and Stefan Lakoseljac were walk-ons in the Aurora Tigers training camp and, in a rare setting, have cracked the roster ...

Indigenous business owner fears closure if reopening doesn’t happen soon

Georgette Dunn not only earned a degree at the University of Nottingham, she also found love with a man named Rick. After they married, she ...

Buccaneers or Chiefs? Who has the edge this Sunday in Super Bowl LV?

For the first time in Super Bowl history, a team will be hosting the NFL’s most prestigious game in their home stadium. The Tampa Bay ...

Precision over Power: How an Aurora native made it to UBC

The art of pitching can be defined in two crude forms. Power pitchers are those indefatigable throwers, whipping the ball 100mph. The others, a more ...

Strong Play is well-rounded, educational avenue for children

Six years ago, the dream began. Volunteers for Strong Play, Adib Razavi and Alexander Arthur, always had a sentimental idea of running a not-for-profit service ...

Mental Health a priority today for local soccer clubs

The third annual Bell Let’s Talk event is set to be held this week, and 12 of Ontario’s soccer clubs from Peel, Halton, the GTA ...

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