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February 1 proclaimed “Optimist Day” by Mayor at Town Park ceremony

February 8, 2024   ·   0 Comments

Mayor Tom Mrakas declared Thursday, February 1 to be “Optimist Day” in Aurora in a flag-raising ceremony in Town Park. Mayor Mrakas read the proclamation ...

Activities abound in Aurora for Family Day weekend

The countdown is on to Family Day 2024 and there will be plenty of things to do throughout the entire weekend. Family Day fun will ...

Aurora’s twin city agreement to be revived with visit to Sweden

Aurora’s near-40-year “twin” relationship with the Leksand, Sweden, is set to be rekindled this year as Mayor Tom Mrakas, and potentially municipal staff members, plan ...

York Region seeks further funding for handling asylum seekers

Communities like the Region of York need further support from all levels of government to address the needs of asylum claimants. This was a resolution ...

Local Ontario Health Team welcomes funding for more “interprofessional” care

Healthcare can’t work in silos and the Northern York South Simcoe Ontario Health Team, which covers both areas and its hospitals, including Newmarket’s Southlake Regional ...

Shuffle Demons bring 80s classics, new sounds to Cultural Centre

The Shuffle Demons burst onto the Toronto scene in the 1980s with a unique blend of jazz, funk, and palpable fun. Now, as they near ...

Outstanding community members saluted at flag raising to mark Back History Month

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Community leaders honoured at Black History Month gala

The community came together to mark the start of Black History Month on Saturday as the Aurora Black Community Association (ABC) held its second-annual gala ...

York Region to share in $121 million in Federal money aimed at crime prevention

$121 million of Federal money will be coming to police forces for crime prevention and enforcement programs across Ontario, including here in York Region. The ...

Messing with Marsh is not a “gamble” Aurora should take, say residents

Approving a 45-townhouse development on the southwestern edge of McKenzie Marsh, which lies on St. John’s Sideroad just east of Yonge Street, would be a ...

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