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Pedestrian, driver road safety campaign kicks off tomorrow at dusk

Pedestrian, driver road safety campaign kicks off tomorrow at dusk

You may see York Regional Police at Yonge and Wellington streets the evening of Nov. 6 as they interact with pedestrians and drivers to remind and encourage everyone to pay attention and focus on what they're doing on the roads.
LGBTQ2 coffee nights expand to northern York Region

LGBTQ2 coffee nights expand to northern York Region

Pflag York Region added a second coffee night at Aurora Public Library beginning Dec. 10. The coffee nights will run the second Monday of every month after that to make it easier for those living in the region's northern municipalities to attend.
Pottery and Pints event could unleash your internal artist

Pottery and Pints event could unleash your internal artist

Burnt Offerings Studio presents its Craft vs. Crafty Series: Pottery and Pints Wednesday, Nov. 21 at Market Brewing Company from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Get ready for some spirited dialogue when Cemetery Club takes to the stage

Get ready for some spirited dialogue when Cemetery Club takes to the stage

You just never know what twists lie ahead in life. You just never know when you will meet someone who just might turn your life around. And that’s what the hilarious and heart-warming Newmarket Stage Company's The Cemetery Club is all about, playing Nov. 29, 30, Dec. 1, 6, 7 and 8.
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Periods of rain with a daily high of 11 degrees.
Holiday season kicks off with annual tree raising

Holiday season kicks off with annual tree raising

A favourite holiday destination for local residents, the Toronto Christmas Market offers unique gift shopping, European food delicacies, heated outdoor beer and wine gardens, and talented performers like York Region's Glenn Marais.
Veterans ride free on YRT on Remembrance Day

Veterans ride free on YRT on Remembrance Day

To honour the sacrifices made for all Canadians, at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11, all YRT and Mobility Plus services will pull over to the curb for two minutes of silence, safety permitting
Online training coming for snowmobilers

Online training coming for snowmobilers

In response to long-standing requests from the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, the Ontario Minister of Transportation will be providing safety training and licensing for snowmobilers online.
‘Never buy a pet turtle,’ reptile rescue expert advises

‘Never buy a pet turtle,’ reptile rescue expert advises

When pets — fish, snakes, turtles — get too big for the aquarium, or the owner can no longer take care of it, setting them free might seem like the right thing to do. It's not. Red-eared slider turtles are among the world’s top invasive species because people often release them into the wild.
Region remains vigilant slowing spread of invasive plants, insects

Region remains vigilant slowing spread of invasive plants, insects

Ontario has more invasive species than any other province or territory in Canada. The potential economic impacts on agriculture, fisheries, forests, health care, tourism and the recreation industry are estimated at $3.6 billion per year.