NASA claims that about once a year, an automobile-sized asteroid hits Earth’s atmosphere, creates an impressive fireball, and burns up before reaching the surface. Luckily we have prime seating to watch such a spectacle unfolding next door in Richmond Hill. When Richmond Hill’s Regional councillor Brenda Hogg retired two years ago fellow Ward 5 Councillor […]
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An issue of great concern for the Executive Committee of the Aurora Farmers Market (& Artisan Fair) seems to be less of how to work cohesively and keep the peace as much as maintaining authority and control at all cost through acts of political interference. Carly Lewis is a graduate of the Department of Political […]
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Aurora’s former one-term mayor Phyllis Morris has surfaced recently at a couple town meetings. I understand Morris was in attendance at the December 13th Council meeting, this time choosing to sit in the audience with the commoners and not perch herself up in the press box. I understand that she stayed around until council adjourned from a […]
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Who defines “acceptable political commentary” here in Aurora? Certainly neither former and one-term mayor Phyllis Morris or loyal supporter Catherine Marshall as pointed out in Bill Croker’s excellent letter on page 6 of this week’s Auroran. You can read it here: V12N01P06-moral.pdf Download this file And it looks like “AuroraGuy” is not the run-to-guy either […]
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My column this week has to do with freedoms. Particularly freedom of the press and freedom of expression both of which have been under attack in our town by a small band of morons intent on silencing criticism outright. You can read it here: V11N51P04.pdf Download this file Corazon Aquino, the first woman to run for […]
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