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McDavid, Oilers fans unite to share the joy, pride ... and agony of Stanley Cup final

McDavid, Oilers fans unite to share the joy, pride ... and agony of Stanley Cup final

LCBO extending store hours in advance of potential strike

LCBO extending store hours in advance of potential strike

Last call for a while? All stores will open early at 9:30 a.m. starting on Thursday, June 27
Vince’s barbecue raises funds for student nutrition programs

Vince’s barbecue raises funds for student nutrition programs

Campaign in support of Toonies for Tummies raised $768, bringing the independent grocer's campaign total since the beginning of the year to $21,482
Special ed classroom closures leave Ontario parents 'devastated'

Special ed classroom closures leave Ontario parents 'devastated'

Some parents are fighting against the closure or potential closure of special education classrooms across the province — with some of these being part of larger shake-ups that school boards say is a move toward more 'inclusive' environments
Good morning, Aurora!

Good morning, Aurora!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Lightning strikes twice with $217K jackpot for Richmond Hill man

Lightning strikes twice with $217K jackpot for Richmond Hill man

Roberto Fratto is the winner of $217,472 Lightning Lotto prize, after winning $140,000 back in 2006
Cheer on local hockey star Connor McDavid in Stanley Cup final

Cheer on local hockey star Connor McDavid in Stanley Cup final

You can join the party to show your support for Connor McDavid and the Oilers at the final game viewing at Riverwalk Commons in Newmarket at 8 p.m. tonight
'Crime of opportunity' prompts warning about leaving valuables in vehicles

'Crime of opportunity' prompts warning about leaving valuables in vehicles

Suspects follow victims from banks, ATMs or currency exchanges until an opportunity presents itself to break into vehicles, York Regional Police say
‘Hate lives right here in Aurora’: Black advocate speaks out after parking lot attack

‘Hate lives right here in Aurora’: Black advocate speaks out after parking lot attack

"If one person is not safe, then none of us are safe," said Phiona Durrant, founder of Aurora Black Community Association, after she was spit on, called racist names
Here's how to celebrate Canada Day in Aurora

Here's how to celebrate Canada Day in Aurora

Two-celebration in 'Canada's birthday town' kicks off with a dance party in the park, then there's a parade, fun activities all day, live music, fireworks
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