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  • Travelling players on stage at St. Paul's
    Newspaper  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A06     A special appearance by the Covenant Players, International Repertory Theatre, has been scheduled for St. Paul's Anglican Church, Newmarket on Sun. Jan 28 at 7:30pm....
    Newspaper  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A06   A special appearance by the Covenant Players, International Repertory Theatre, has been scheduled for St. Paul's Anglican Church, Newmarket on Sun. Jan 28 at 7:30pm....
  • Demand up 20% at shelter.
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 2010, Section A, p. 01     Demand for shelter at Inn From the Cold is already up 20% from last year as the mecury starts to plunge. Continued on page 5. ...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 2010, Section A, p. 01   Demand for shelter at Inn From the Cold is already up 20% from last year as the mecury starts to plunge. Continued on page 5. ...
  • Commuter parking lots for Highway 400
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 1979, A05     Commuter parking lots will be built and maintained by the Ontario government at four Highway 400 interchanges to encourage car pooling and use of public transit as an alternative to downtown parking (Picture included)....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 1979, A05   Commuter parking lots will be built and maintained by the Ontario government at four Highway 400 interchanges to encourage car pooling and use of public transit as an alternative to ...
  • Interested in fresh chops?
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 1979, B01     The Newmarket Recreation Department is seeking feedback from the public interested in lunchtime and afternoon karate lessons....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 1979, B01   The Newmarket Recreation Department is seeking feedback from the public interested in lunchtime and afternoon karate lessons....
  • Winter carnival plan set for February 18
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 1979, B01     Plans for the annual winter carnival to be held Feb, 18 at Wesley Brooks Conversation Area and Dennis Park are well underway, according to Howard Phee, chairman of the Kinsmen Winter Carnival committee....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 3 Jan 1979, B01   Plans for the annual winter carnival to be held Feb, 18 at Wesley Brooks Conversation Area and Dennis Park are well underway, according to Howard Phee, chairman of the Kinsmen ...
  • Winter carnival plan set for February 18
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     Plans for the annual winter carnival to be held Feb, 18 at Wesley Brooks Conversation Area and Dennis Park are well underway, according to Howard Phee, chairman of the Kinsmen Winter Carnival committee....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   Plans for the annual winter carnival to be held Feb, 18 at Wesley Brooks Conversation Area and Dennis Park are well underway, according to Howard Phee, chairman of the Kinsmen ...
  • Two more entrants make four-way race for mayor
Former Heart Fund chairman makes her political debut
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     Gloria McIndless long time chairman of the Heart Fund has announced plans to run for mayor of Newmarket in the upcoming election (picture included). (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.01:"Still two in race for mayor")...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   Gloria McIndless long time chairman of the Heart Fund has announced plans to run for mayor of Newmarket in the upcoming election (picture included). (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section ...
  • Volunteers may replace VON visitor program
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A04     A visiting program for the elderly and handicapped could be operated by volunteers instead of the Victorian Order of Nurses....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A04   A visiting program for the elderly and handicapped could be operated by volunteers instead of the Victorian Order of Nurses....
  • The Bygone Era
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A04     Oldtimers in Newmarket will remember when the north-west corner of Lorne Ave. and Eagle St. was an open field. During World War II saving bonds and army recruiting signs adorned the corner where Bestview Nursing Home is now located. (Newmarket Historical Committee archives photo)....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A04   Oldtimers in Newmarket will remember when the north-west corner of Lorne Ave. and Eagle St. was an open field. During World War II saving bonds and army recruiting signs adorned ...
  • Regional nitpicking has cost Newmarket its seat tomorrow
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A04     When Bob Forhan resigned as mayor of Newmarket, three contenders emerged: Tom Taylor, Bob Scott and Henry Vanden Bergh. With both Taylor and Scott stepping down the mayoralty duties falls on Vanden Bergh. Yet clerk Bob Vernon feels Mr. Vanden Bergh is not fit for the office causing a vacuum ...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A04   When Bob Forhan resigned as mayor of Newmarket, three contenders emerged: Tom Taylor, Bob Scott and Henry Vanden Bergh. With both Taylor and Scott stepping down the mayoralty duties falls ...
  • Sweezie drops plan to get an injunction
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A03     In his campaign to save the concrete arch across the Holland River, Watson Sweezie said he may go to the television ombudsman to see if he could help....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A03   In his campaign to save the concrete arch across the Holland River, Watson Sweezie said he may go to the television ombudsman to see if he could help....
  • BHCA plan for centre still alive
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A05     According to Ray Snow, president of the Bayview Hills Ratepayers Association, the possibility of a community centre for Bayview Hills still exists....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A05   According to Ray Snow, president of the Bayview Hills Ratepayers Association, the possibility of a community centre for Bayview Hills still exists....
  • Couture appointment to YPC confirmed
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     Donald Couture, 53, a Simcoe County Court judge, has been appointed to the York Region police commission, replacing Judge William Lyon. (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.01,02: "Lyon resigns as York Region police commission chairman") (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.01: "Couture offered York job")...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   Donald Couture, 53, a Simcoe County Court judge, has been appointed to the York Region police commission, replacing Judge William Lyon. (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.01,02: "Lyon ...
  • CAS must tighten '79 budget to pay off its $33,350 debt
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     The York County Children's Aid Society will be purging its budget to raise $33,350 to pay off a $50,000 bank loan it took out as a settlement for former executive director Donald Van Camp who resigned last March. (Continued on p. 02)...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   The York County Children's Aid Society will be purging its budget to raise $33,350 to pay off a $50,000 bank loan it took out as a settlement for former executive ...
  • No outdoor election signs this time: Twinney
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     Ray Twinney, candidate for mayor, said Thursday he will not use any outdoor election signs during his campaign. (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.05: "Twinney promises more openness if elected mayor")...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   Ray Twinney, candidate for mayor, said Thursday he will not use any outdoor election signs during his campaign. (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.05: "Twinney promises more openness ...
  • Mayor won't be represented at York meeting
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     Newmarket will have to do without one of its regional representatives, at least for the regional council meeting, because Regional Clerk Bob Vernon has decided not to let Henry Vanden Bergh take his seat. (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p. 01:"Councillor to be barred at region")...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   Newmarket will have to do without one of its regional representatives, at least for the regional council meeting, because Regional Clerk Bob Vernon has decided not to let Henry Vanden ...
  • Elementary teachers get 6% pay increase
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     York Region's elementary school teachers voted on Monday to accept a contract which gave them a six percent salary increase excluding yearly increments....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   York Region's elementary school teachers voted on Monday to accept a contract which gave them a six percent salary increase excluding yearly increments....
  • Two more entrants make four-way race for mayor:
Eige will run again
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01     Bud Eige, local real estate salesman, has announced his candidacy for mayor, joining Ray Twinney and Watson Sweezie, the other announced candidates (picture included). (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section A p.01:"Still two in race for mayor")...
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A01   Bud Eige, local real estate salesman, has announced his candidacy for mayor, joining Ray Twinney and Watson Sweezie, the other announced candidates (picture included). (Refer to article in 03-Jan-1979 Section ...
  • Phone -in show to be on Cable 10
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A03     A new television phone-in show premieres Wed. Jan. 10 on Cablecast channel 10. The show is hosted by Newmarket resident Ray Austin and will feature people in the news, in interviews and will answer questions phoned in by viewers....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, A03   A new television phone-in show premieres Wed. Jan. 10 on Cablecast channel 10. The show is hosted by Newmarket resident Ray Austin and will feature people in the news, in ...
  • Hire craft supervisor for York Manor: Walker
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, B11     The more capable residents of a home for the aged do not like to be treated as if they are handicapped, Markham Regional Councillor Alma Walker told York Region council's health committee last week....
    NewspaperText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 10 Jan 1979, B11   The more capable residents of a home for the aged do not like to be treated as if they are handicapped, Markham Regional Councillor Alma Walker told York Region council's ...
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