April 2016 Archive

At odds with our survival instinct

What drives Earth’s creatures to survive? Is it all pre-determined and wired into our biological systems? Or is it a conscience effort to do what’s necessary to carry on the species?

E&V exposes King to the world

The essence of King living is a message that’s being warmly received around the globe, thanks to an international realtor.

King resident warns of ‘fearless’ coyote

A King City area family is warning residents that some local coyotes appear to be quite brazen.

Infuse your life with art during Studio Tour 2016

Local artists from King Township and guest artists from neighbouring communities are preparing for this year’s ASK Studio Tour King. This two-day annual spring art ...

King woman sentenced to six years in prison for fraud

A 55-year-old woman from the Township of King has been sentenced to six years in prison in a $5.5 million fraud investigation. On Monday, April ...

Councillor Eek loves community engagement

One of the things I absolutely love about being a municipal councillor, is the engagement with our community of communities here in King Township, and the ease with which people approach me.

Nominate King Township youth for recognition award

The Township of King Mayor’s Youth Action Team (MYAT) formed in 2015, is a voluntary group of young individuals between the ages of 13 and ...

King City tennis star leaves the junior ranks a champion

What a way to wrap up a junior career. Christian Lakoseljac has cemented his name as a champion of the future in the tennis world, earning both singles and doubles national titles in Markham last week at the U18 Indoor Junior National Championships.

Nobleton speed skater strikes gold twice at national Games

Arik Kimber has taken his success from the King Speed Skating Club, to the provincial level, and now to the nation’s biggest stages.

Assisted suicide/euthanasia in Canada

The following letter, to Minister Wilson-Raybould, was submitted to the King Weekly Sentinel. I am personally writing you to express my objection and concerns regarding ...

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