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MP’s REPORT: Combatting Climate Change

July 4, 2019   ·   0 Comments

By Leona Alleslev, MPAurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill Combatting Climate Change All federal political parties and most Canadians agree – climate change is real. As responsible stewards ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY: Life in the Brigade Camp

By Jeremy Hood By chance, the time machine dropped me right into the middle of Holland Landing, on the first day of Brigade Camp for ...

GETTING THINGS DONE

By Mayor Tom Mrakas At this week’s Council meeting, members considered a motion put forward by Councillor Kim to have the Aurora Food & Culture ...

BROCK’S BANTER: On Being “Cute”

By Brock Weir Recent statistics pegging general human life expectancy at a decline or, at best, stagnating after a steep incline are alarming, to say ...

FRONT PORCH PERSPECTIVE: Help Wanted: Personable, Organized Person Needed at Shoppers Drug Mart

By Stephen Somerville I first met Buster Flynn some twenty plus years ago in Aurora. It was sometime between 1997 and 1999. I had become ...

GETTING THINGS DONE

By Mayor Tom Mrakas This past week at General Committee, Council addressed the ongoing issue of the Skateboard park over at the AFLC. Anyone that ...

TIME TRAVELLER’S DIARY: A great time to be a kid

By Marilyn Merrikin Community Time Traveller It was July 1, a widely anticipated day by children and adults alike in our little Town of Aurora; ...

MARKET MUSINGS

By Jan Freedman Last Saturday was another lovely day at the Aurora Farmers’ Market with blue skies and temperatures in the low 20s. The only ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Small goals, big consequences

By Brock Weir Most of us are taught from a very early age that we can do anything we set our minds to. This is ...

INSIDE AURORA: Duck (et al) Season

By Scott Johnston Who would buy a slightly used stuffed duck? We all have stuff to get rid of, whether it be well-used but still ...

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