VOTE 2015

Veterans, servicepeople sound off at Liberal roundtable

September 2, 2015   ·   0 Comments

They were looking for an avenue to engage politicians on issues facing today’s soldiers, and the grassroots advocacy campaign led by Clayton Goodwin and Eric Rebierd landed at the Aurora Cultural Centre last week as a host of area Liberal candidates held roundtable talks on veterans’ issues.

Long aims to give hope to voters while addressing income gaps

Newmarket-Aurora voters can expect something different this time around from Green Party candidate Vanessa Long. In the last...

NDP’s Yvonne Kelly wants a government that is “back on track”

Some people might feel that being “hopeful and optimistic in wanting to make things better for everyone” is a bit naïve, but Yvonne Kelly doesn’t think so.

Harper joined by area Conservatives for adoption announcement

Conservative supporters were primed last week, welcoming Conservative leader Stephen Harper.

Conservatives “allow families to make the decisions that impact them”: Brown

Newmarket-Aurora’s Conservative candidate Lois Brown is well on her way, inching towards victory one step at a time – victory, that is, over her goal of 10,000 steps a day, knocking on doors in Newmarket-Aurora to get her message out there.

Alleslev wants conversation on “the things that matter”

The first in The Auroran’s series spotlighting candidates vying for your vote in Newmarket-Aurora and Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill begins this week, alphabetically, with Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill Liberal candidate Leona Alleslev.

Mrs. Harper fires up local Conservatives while NDP hold “day of action”

It had been less than a week since her husband met with the Governor General triggering the latest Federal election, but Laureen Harper wasted no time hitting the Aurora area to fire up local Conservatives.

Aurora votes in two federal ridings this time around

By Brock Weir This election signals the beginning of an Aurora split as far as Federal representation is concerned. This time around, residents of Aurora ...

Federal candidates hit the road for long-haul election campaign

Laureen Harper, wife of Conservative leader Stephen Harper, meets a young supporter during a whistle-stop visit of Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill on Wednesday afternoon, during the ...

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