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Turn your ticket into holiday magic in Toys for Tickets campaign

December 2, 2022   ·   0 Comments

Parking tickets are rarely a positive for the recipient, but they can certainly help spread some positivity throughout the community during this holiday season. The ...

Potential high-rise on Wellington Street sparks Council action

Any plans for a 12+ storey high rise on Wellington Street East have been temporarily frozen by Council pending “fulsome examination” of the issue. In ...

Shine Through the Rain ramping up support for local families ahead of the holidays

Dealing with a life-threatening illness is a traumatic and taxing experience for any family, but as joyous as the holiday season is for some, it ...

Individuals and groups exemplifying late Queen’s dedication to public service honoured by MP

The second Elizabethan Era may have come to a close upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, but the legacy of public ...

Emmerson selected to lead Regional Council for 2022-2026 term

Regional Councillors have picked Wayne Emmerson to once again lead the upper tier of government for the 2022-2026 municipal term. Regional lawmakers selected Emmerson for ...

Step back to the Victorian Era at Hillary House’s Family Christmas

As a family home in addition to a doctor’s office for much of its history, Hillary House National Historic Site played host to scores of ...

Seasonal boutique and holiday fun returns to Pickering College

Scratch some items off your Christmas shopping list this Friday, December 1, when Pickering College opens up its doors for their Seasonal Boutique Soiree. An ...

Art exhibition inspired by historic place of “healing”

People today have many places of healing. At the top of the pyramid might be the local hospital, but for others it might be a ...

Province’s housing plans get formal thumbs-down from Council

The Province’s new housing plans received a formal thumbs-down from local lawmakers at a Special Council Meeting last week. The new Council got down to ...

Flu trends “very concerning” in York Region, says top doc

As the winter season approaches, current influenza trends in York Region are proving “very concerning” for Dr. Barry Pakes, York Region’s Medical Officer of Health. ...

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