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Historic commercial block receives heritage designation

April 9, 2021   ·   0 Comments

Buildings that have defined Aurora’s business and commercial heritage for more than a century have received an extra layer of protection. Council last week unanimously ...

Sports Dome purchase costs Town nearly $1 million

A deal to purchase the Aurora Sports Dome has cost the Town nearly $1 million. On Thursday, the Town formally announced details of their acquisition ...

Designs move forward on pedestrian link between Town Park and Library Square

A proposed new sidewalk on the north side of Metcalfe Street intended to serve as a pedestrian link between Town Park and the Library Square ...

GTA West Corridor gets thumbs-down from Council

A formal objection to the Province’s plan for the GTA West Corridor – the proposed Highway 413 – may have fizzled around the Regional Council ...

Future Town decisions should be viewed through “climate lens,” says Councillor

Decisions made at Town Hall should be considered through a “climate lens,” according to Councillor Rachel Gilliland. The Councillor who previously brought forward a successful ...

Music Aurora hopes to be back in action this September

This is normally a time of year where the volunteers at Music Aurora, just days out of the Aurora Winter Blues Festival, begin planning for ...

Constable Adam McEachern completes record Murph Challenge in 24 hours

Caleb McEachern has been on the autism watch since he was three-and-a-half years old. Just around 10 months ago, Caleb and his father Constable Adam ...

Southlake challenge offers flexibility in showing support for local hospital

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Health and business interests go head-to-head amid third wave lockdown

A third wave of COVID-19 has brought a third lockdown after the Provincial Government hit the “emergency brake” sending all of Ontario’s Public Health Units ...

Stay-at-home orders in place for four weeks

A third wave has brought a third stay-at-home order from the Province. Premier Doug Ford and Health Minister Christine Elliott announced the four-week stay-at-home order, ...

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