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Aurora Town Council’s last 2014-2018 Term meeting was held on November 27th, 2018. In my opinion, probably one of the least interesting Council meetings I attended in the past four years, mainly because it was ceremonial rather than operational.  It was the last one for three of the Council members: Deputy Mayor John Abel (2-Term …

About three years ago on May 23rd 2015 as an observer I visited George Street Public School ‘a walk down memory lane‘ community event, or school closing event. The same year following school year George Street Public School students from Kindergarten through grade 3 merged with the nearby Aurora Senior Public School on Wellington Street …

We must never forget sacrifice and dedication of men and women in uniform. Lest we forget. Photo gallery: November 10th, 2018 Candlelight Vigil to Honour the 100th Anniversary Armistice, Aurora War Memorial Peace Park.

“I know they’re not real,” then she said, “you can’t scare me,” while walking through the candy shop. Kudos to this little brave person. You brought smiles to our faces! Every year on the Saturday evening before Halloween, a small portion of Sheppard’s Bush is transformed into Aurora’s Haunted Forest. A fun Aurora event that …

Today, the feeling of hot summer days can only be duplicated by wearing a winter jacket and boots. But last summer, I recall the hot days and cool, sometimes sticky, music-filled evenings at the Town Park – Aurora’s Concerts in the Park. I was on a mission to attended them all but fulfilled most of them. …

First, find the location of the above ‘target painted on the wall‘ somewhere in Aurora. Almost 5,000 voters from Aurora voted online. Note that for the 2018-2022 Aurora Council term the number of Councillors was reduced from eight (8) to six (6) (part-time). Note, last two Tabulators only increased votes for school Trustee candidates. For …

This coverage of the Sport Aurora All Candidates meeting on October 11th, 2018 held at the Aurora Legion on Industrial Parkway was the third scheduled debate and meeting held over the last couple of weeks in Aurora following those organized by the Aurora Public Library on September 30th and by the Aurora Chamber of Commerce …

John Abel’s Platform for Aurora If elected Mayor, this is what the Town of Aurora can expect from my administration: First, we will establish a $15 million Revolving Investment Fund. This financial vehicle is a well-proven method of gap financing primarily used for development and expansion of small businesses. It is a self-replenishing pool of …

I am the School Board Trustee representing York Region at Conseil scolaire Viamonde and have been a School Board Trustee with Conseil scolaire Viamonde since December 2000. I am asking for your support on October 22. I want to share my experience, dynamism and availability with the school community of York Region in order to …

Bio Karine Ricard Born and raised in Montreal, I completed theatre studies in Ste-Hyacinthe. For the past 15 years, I have been a professional actor in Toronto working both on stage and on camera. As a board member of Groupe Théâtre Novo, I have worked to promote the arts in Ontario’s francophone community. My two …