2021 Year in Review

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Welcome to the 2021 Year in Review webpage. Download the complete document to the right and enjoy all the great things Stouffville did in 2021!


From the Editor:

Within the pages of this Year in Review, you will witness many different conditions of the human mind and spirit. It has been challenging year, a troubling year, a triumphant year.

When the calendar changed to January 2021 almost 365 days ago, we were all hopeful that this virus was on the way out. We were hearing promising news about vaccines and the possibility that our social distancing activities may actually be working.

What followed was a year of ups and downs. In addition to the pandemic headlines, terror and sorrow reached our ears when thousands of unmarked indigenous graves were found throughout Canada. Stouffville needed to do something.

Many emotions flowed, but the underlying one of disappointment cast a shadow. Tensions rose again when diversity and inclusion made headlines. Stouffville needed to do something.

And Stouffville did. And we rose high. Seeing no challenge as unacceptable, a team of local doctors, lead by Dr. Pearl Yang jabbed 50000 arms this summer. Triumph prevailed.

These stories are in these pages. The stories we live everyday, not just in 2021.

I would like to thank the numerous people who helped make this issue a success, especially Hayley Saramaki, David Tuley, Dennis Hristovski and Candace Darbyshire. And all the staff of the Town that contributed to these words.

Enjoy, and have a great holiday season!











Welcome to the 2021 Year in Review webpage. Download the complete document to the right and enjoy all the great things Stouffville did in 2021!


From the Editor:

Within the pages of this Year in Review, you will witness many different conditions of the human mind and spirit. It has been challenging year, a troubling year, a triumphant year.

When the calendar changed to January 2021 almost 365 days ago, we were all hopeful that this virus was on the way out. We were hearing promising news about vaccines and the possibility that our social distancing activities may actually be working.

What followed was a year of ups and downs. In addition to the pandemic headlines, terror and sorrow reached our ears when thousands of unmarked indigenous graves were found throughout Canada. Stouffville needed to do something.

Many emotions flowed, but the underlying one of disappointment cast a shadow. Tensions rose again when diversity and inclusion made headlines. Stouffville needed to do something.

And Stouffville did. And we rose high. Seeing no challenge as unacceptable, a team of local doctors, lead by Dr. Pearl Yang jabbed 50000 arms this summer. Triumph prevailed.

These stories are in these pages. The stories we live everyday, not just in 2021.

I would like to thank the numerous people who helped make this issue a success, especially Hayley Saramaki, David Tuley, Dennis Hristovski and Candace Darbyshire. And all the staff of the Town that contributed to these words.

Enjoy, and have a great holiday season!









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