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Aurora to consider leash-free dog trail

May 19, 2022   ·   0 Comments

Aurora’s dogs love to run free at Canine Commons, the Town’s sole leash-free dog park at the head of Industrial Parkway North and St. John’s ...

Governor General honours local regiment at Fort York

Aurora’s regiment, the Queen’s York Rangers, was honoured by Governor General Mary Simon with a new Guidon. The Guidon, a regimental flag, is a testament ...

Local students leave legacies fighting for change in health, animal welfare

Last year, Michaela Morra watched a loved one slowly lose his life to the ravages of dementia. First, it was the little things, then he ...

Aurora urges voters to keep municipal priorities in mind when casting Provincial ballot

The Town is encouraging residents to keep the municipality’s priorities in mind when casting their vote in next month’s Provincial Election. The statement, signed by ...

First components of Town Square project to open “in a few weeks” following delays

The first phase of Aurora’s Town Square project – a new Yonge Street entrance for the Aurora Public Library – is expected to open “in ...

Climate change puts candidates in hot seat at first meeting

Climate change is a hot-button issue for many voters and each party looking to form Ontario’s next government was put in the hot seat for ...

Youth focused on affordability, climate in this election: Future Majority

Action on affordability and climate change are top of mind for area young voters, according to Future Majority. Future Majority is an organization for youth ...

Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill Votes 2022: PC candidate Michael Parsa seeks second term as MPP

The novelty of working in such a storied landmark as the Ontario Legislature hasn’t worn off for Progressive Conservative candidate Michael Parsa. Walking through these ...

Give Back Award winners put “boots on the ground” to make difference in community

Finding volunteer opportunities during the global pandemic when so many organizations shifted to the virtual realm was a difficult task, but the 20 York Region ...

York Region resident shines in AMI’s “Breaking Character”

A King native is using his talents to spread awareness. And he doesn’t mind if you laugh at him. AMI’s Breaking Character explores disability representation ...

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