July 2015 Archive

Enjoying some relics of our past

I do love antiquities. While many of us dart about our business in this fast-paced world we’ve created, I am often drawn to the past, to our humble beginnings.

The Climate Summit of the Americas

Last week, I had the privilege and honour of being a witness to a historic event. For three days in July, over 500 international government and business leaders gathered at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel to take part in The Climate Summit of the Americas concurrently with the International Economic Forum.

Leon returns to Chicago after FIFA World Cup heartbreak

It was a disappointing end to the FIFA World Cup for Canada’s women’s squad, looking to cement their place among the top international teams on home turf.

King United soccer shines at McGarrigle Cup

n just their second year of league-wide McGarrigle Cup eligibility, the U14 King City Royals soccer club are proving themselves to be contenders in the York Region Youth Soccer League.

Our doors are open to the world

It’s a great time to be a Canadian. Just ask the members of the Canadian women’s soccer team, who made it to the quarter-finals in the FIFA 2015 World Cup.

King Township launches digital campaign to promote tourism

Armed with a new digital marketing campaign, King Township hopes to invite the world to experience our neck of the woods.

Actor hopes to bring his movie to life

Movies are great when they’re filled with chaos. A nearby Maple resident has led a life that movies are made of.

Portraits of Giving showcases King residents

Showcasing people who give back is the theme behind the “Portraits of Giving” exhibition. The 6th annual Portraits of Giving were unveiled in May, revealing outstanding Yor residents who give back to their community and show good character while doing it.

Cober frustrated with Church Street reconstruction project delay

The Church Street reconstruction project in Schomberg has been deferred again and local Councillor Bill Cober is angry.

Concerned Citizens get answers regarding Magna development

Concerned Citizens of King Township (CCKT) is supportive of Magna’s decision to move its international head office to from Aurora to King, but some of its members are worried about how the proposed development will affect King’s rural countryside.

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