The Town of Aurora is one of the Top 25 places to live in Canada according to MoneySense Magazine’s Best Places to Live 2016 report. Aurora ranked 19 out of 219 cities in Canada, moving up from 30th place in 2015.
The Town of Aurora has many services and amenities for the benefit and enjoyment of our residents and there is so much to do and see in Aurora.
Information in this section will help you if you are planning on renovating your home, looking for a special event to attend or if you want to get involved in the community.
You will also find information on waste management, environmental sustainability, roads and more.
You can’t earn your way out of taxes, but you can plan your way. We specialize in: Corporate Tax Shelter to reduce
the corporate grind, Estate Planning and gifting strategies to leave a legacy and reduce taxation & Corporate Exit Strategies to wind or pass down your business efficiently. We share our personal experiences with hard working individuals and families to educate you on managing finances that set a direction for your future.
The Aurora Shopping Centre has been in existence in Aurora since 1961 and presently has 31 retail merchant stores to serve your shopping needs. It continues to make a significant contribution to the Town of Aurora through contributions to Town’s Arts and Culture Fund, established years ago by David Merkur, and by working hard to meet the needs of its loyal customers and retailers. Generations of satisfied customers have been visiting the site since the Merkur family purchased it over forty years ago.
For more than 50 years, Nothers Signs and Recognition has been a supplier of awards and recognition products to Sport Association, Schools, Professional Associations, Corporate Markets, and Service Clubs across Ontario. We provide crystal and acrylic awards, plaques, custom medals, lanyards, lapel pins, name badges, years of service programs, banners, promotional products, clothing and wayfinding signage. Some of our key clients include Swim Ontario, Ontario Volleyball, Western University, Ontario Soccer Association, Skate Ontario, Canadian Lacrosse Association, OWHA, Ontario Basketball, Pet Valu, BDC and College Pro. We have been serving these clients with the best practices and we have the ability to take a communicated concept and complete all stages from graphic art/design, to customization, to individual personalization and presentation and finally to ship anywhere our clients request. Our Continuous Improvement and Lean initiatives has earned Nothers the prestigious Consumer Choice Award – Promotion category for London and Toronto for the past 6 years. Jim Nother, President of Nothers, shares this message “Our main goal at Nothers is to make a memorable experience for all award recipients …and to provide the gift of time for all event coordinators.”
The goal of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge is to support the well-being of our children. It will help create communities where it's easy for children to lead healthier lives.
45 communities across Ontario are participating in the Healthy Kids Community Challenge. These communities receive resources from the province including funding, training and social marketing tools to help promote: healthy eating, physical activity and
healthy behaviours for children. This program is a key part of Ontario's Healthy Kids Strategy. The strategy is a cross-government initiative to promote children's health. It focuses on: a healthy start in life, healthy food, and healthy active communities.
We are a leading global automotive supplier with 340 manufacturing operations and 93 product development, engineering and sales centres in 28 countries. We have over 172,000 employees focused on delivering superior value to our customers through innovative processes and World Class Manufacturing.
We aim to be our customers' preferred global supplier partner for the automotive industry, by delivering the best value built on innovative products and processes and World Class Manufacturing. We strive to be the employer of choice, an ethical and responsible corporate citizen and a superior long-term investment for our shareholders.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is an agency of the Government of Ontario, and Canada’s largest granting foundation. Over $110 million is awarded annually to some 1000 nonprofit and charitable organizations across the province.
Each year, more than 3,000 applications are reviewed by hundreds of volunteers. In 2013, OTF celebrated its 30th anniversary as a grantmaker and thought leader.