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<b>ONTARIO:</b> Data suggests youth pot use was on the rise before legalization

ONTARIO: Data suggests youth pot use was on the rise before legalization

Data comes from the annual survey of high school students
Ottawa's flood mitigation funding will benefit Newmarket residents

Ottawa's flood mitigation funding will benefit Newmarket residents

Communities need help adapting to the frequent and intensifying weather events caused by climate change, the government said regarding $150 million in funding for four GTA projects
See what's planned for your town

See what's planned for your town

The Town of Newmarket invites you to get involved by attending its annual community open house Wednesday, April 3
71% of Ontarians concerned with road conditions: CAA survey

71% of Ontarians concerned with road conditions: CAA survey

You can cast your vote now for the 2019 CAA Worst Roads campaign, whether the issue is congestion, potholes, road signage or challenges around pedestrian and cycling safety
Author shares story of her family's adoption breakdown

Author shares story of her family's adoption breakdown

CFUW Aurora/Newmarket is hosting Marie Adams, author of Our Son, a Stranger: Adoption Breakdown and Its Effects on Parents, to talk about the experiences of couples who adopted indigenous children in the 1960s to 1970s
Aurora's Symposium Cafe charged with food premises violation

Aurora's Symposium Cafe charged with food premises violation

Manchu Wok in Vaughan, Desi Indian Tandoori Kitchen in Markham also charged by York Region public health inspectors March 18 to 24
Arrest made in Markham kidnapping, victim not yet located

Arrest made in Markham kidnapping, victim not yet located

Investigators continue to fear for well-being of 22-year-old Wanzhen Lu
Do you have a question for our mayor?

Do you have a question for our mayor?

Newmarket Mayor John Taylor will give you an answer in his regular Up Front column
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> We want youth to strive for academic excellence, but at what cost?

BEYOND LOCAL: We want youth to strive for academic excellence, but at what cost?

Skills of well-being have been forgotten partly due to a combination of educational reforms and societal pressures, professor says
Switch off, show the love for our planet on Saturday's Earth Hour

Switch off, show the love for our planet on Saturday's Earth Hour

Join your fellow Earth lovers around the world to create awareness about climate change by switching off your lights from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 30