Del Duca Ready To Serve

When Liberal MPP Steven Del Duca was campaigning with Premier Dalton McGuinty over the summer, he came to two major realizations. The first, he says, is that the premier apparently has no trouble connecting with everyday Ontarians. “I was struck by the sense of understanding in people’s eyes, once they got over the shock that our premier was … [Read more...]

Making The Dough

After 15 years of baking bread, it’s time to take a Pita Break. But not for long, as the family-owned business recently expanded to Vaughan, opening a full commercial bakery at 11 Director Ct. “Vaughan was convenient for us,” said Alon Ozery, the bakery’s founder. “It’s a central location.” Pita Break, which started as a 700 square foot … [Read more...]

Finding Peace In The Village

It’s 8:45 on an August night and the sidewalks of Ahmadiyya Avenue are illuminated with the vibrant colours of women and children in shalwar kameez. The unisex South-Asian cultural garb, traditionally worn in Pakistan, comes in an array of colours, though men generally wear white. While many nearby residents are getting their kids ready for bed, … [Read more...]

Liberals Have Earned Third Term: Sorbara

Liberal incumbent Greg Sorbara says Vaughan residents need only look to the past eight years to see why the provincial Liberals deserve a third term at governing. The Liberal riding association officially acclaimed Sorbara as the provincial candidate for Vaughan on Thursday, Aug. 18 at the Veneto Centre in Woodbridge. Sorbara will be facing … [Read more...]

Community Still In Mourning Following Teen Deaths

This story originally appeared in the Vaughan Citizen. No matter how many times you lose a loved one, it never gets easier. In the last month, this is the tragic fact that many Maple teens have had to learn the hard way. … [Read more...]