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Oct. 16
Vaughan News

A celebration for Vaughan heart attack victim's road to recovery (YorkRegion.com)

VAUGHAN-WOODBRIDGE: Candidates speak on green space (YorkRegion.com)

Richmond Hill's Chomko embodied genuine spirit of civic hero (YorkRegion.com)

Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club introduces new technical director (YorkRegion.com)

Fantino calls for criminal probe of Liberal co-chair (torontosun.com)

Two former Toronto police chiefs have very different stances on marijuana legalization (globalnews.ca)

York Region News

York Region to hike water and wastewater rates in April (YorkRegion.com)

ORION announces PoP at Southlake Regional Health Centre (YorkRegion.com)

Aurora offering lawn signs to improve student safety (YorkRegion.com)

GTA News

Brampton council secretly votes not to reopen pay issue (thestar.com)

Revenue tools ‘not a dirty word’ says new Toronto city manager (thestar.com)

Toronto staff raise questions on Tory’s SmartTrack transit plan (theglobeandmail.com)

Councillor Grimes wants changes made to Ex and CNE boards (thestar.com)

How to make the Toronto-Waterloo corridor into a world-leading innovation centre (theglobeandmail.com)

Provincial News

Ferry’s absence also affects Amherst islanders (thewig.com)

Tim Hudak wants Ontario to legalize Uber (theglobeandmail.com)

Ottawa cab fares high, plate distribution low (ottawasun.com)

Voters worried about public service cuts: PSAC poll (ottawacitizen.com)

Federal News

What a Liberal victory would mean for Canada's economic policies (theglobeandmail.com)

Uber launches in Calgary, while city council plays catch-up (calgarysun.com)

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi to Uber drivers: 'You are breaking the law' (calgarysun.com)

City working with Uber on new taxi regulations (vancouversun.com)
Oct. 15
Vaughan News

VINTAGE VAUGHAN: St. Paul's Presbyterian Church (YorkRegion.com)

Rear yard variances allowed (NRU)

York Region News

Newmarket-Aurora candidates share thoughts on electoral reform  (YorkRegion.com)

York-Simcoe candidates clash in final debate before election (YorkRegion.com)

GTA News

Why Canada’s cities - especially Toronto - struggle for the federal government’s attention (thestar.com)

Staff report hints at Toronto taking over Pearson express train (theglobeandmail.com)

Toronto Mayor Tory ‘encouraged’ by Liberals’ housing plan ¬†(theglobeandmail.com)

Towhey book details ‘no-holds-barred screaming fest’ in Rob Ford home (thestar.com)

Crombie refuses to apologize over mosque stance (thestar.com)

Crombie and council spurn prejudice in fight over Mississauga mosque (thestar.com)

Candidates talk municipal priorities: Mississauga debates (NRU)

Planning for growing demand: regional airport hub? (NRU)

GTHA calls on federal leaders for infrastructure funding (NRU)

GTHWA: Regional Supercluster (NRU)

Can’t afford Vancouver or Toronto? Well, you can’t afford the burbs, either (theglobeandmail.com)

Provincial News

Ontario urged not to give breaks to big polluters under cap-and-trade (theglobeandmail.com)

Ottawa slaps a hold on Montreal’s plan to dump 8 billion litres of sewage (thestar.com)

City to release series of reports on taxi industry, sharing economy (ottawacitizen.com)

Federal News

Vancouver considering options to bolster taxi service (vancouversun.com)

Liberals’ campaign co-chair resigns over email to pipeline officials (thestar.com)

Elections Canada tries to allay voting-day lineup concerns (theglobeandmail.com)

Next prime minister will face pressure to shift Canada’s climate policy (theglobeandmail.com)

Canada’s senior public officials targeted by little-known corruption law (theglobeandmail.com)
Oct. 14
GTA News

Red tape slowing new home construction, report says (thestar.com)

Toronto’s social housing is crumbling. How will the federal leaders fix it? (thestar.com)

Toronto could spend $100M to fight poverty in 2016 (thestar.com)

Transit should benefit rich and poor (thestar.com)

Provincial News

Ontario families feel toil of caring for ailing, elderly relatives: study (theglobeandmail.com)

Rural communities get gigabit Internet: ‘We went from the dark ages to highest-speed Internet available’ (theglobeandmail.com)

Federal News

Insurance Bureau of Canada pushing to get Uber drivers covered (theglobeandmail.com)

Advance polls see more than 70-per-cent increase in voter turnout (theglobeandmail.com)

Continued investment in manufacturing key to economic growth (Mississauga.com)

Wynne says Trudeau victory would lessen need for Ontario pension plan (theglobeandmail.com)

Post-election possibilities for a minority Parliament (theglobeandmail.com)
Oct. 13
Vaughan News

VAUGHAN-WOODBRIDGE: Candidates address seniors' concerns (YorkRegion.com)

War vets group sets sights on Fantino's Vaughan-Woodbridge riding (YorkRegion.com)

Hospice Vaughan gets big boost from Saint Elizabeth (YorkRegion.com)

York Region News

Quiet audience listens to Thornhill candidates’ partisan jabs (YorkRegion.com)

York jobs heading to north of region (YorkRegion.com)

Markham integrity report reprimands former Thornhill councillor Shore (YorkRegion.com)

GO adds new parking to packed King City station (thestar.com)

GTA News

Waterfront Toronto a model of governmental co-operation (thestar.com)

Does Toronto need a low-income TTC pass? (thestar.com)

Toronto city worker contract talks set to begin (thestar.com)

Is the no-stopping crackdown helping Toronto’s traffic? (theglobeandmail.com)

Provincial News

Hydro One shares to go for between $19 and $21 (thestar.com)

Ontario moves to permit testing of self-driving vehicles (theglobeandmail.com)

Federal News

Canadian banks tighten expenses amid shifts in sector, slower growth (theglobeandmail.com)

Years after 2,500 tonnes of Canadian trash landed in Manila, Philippines demanding we take it back (nationalpost.com)

Bus, taxi, transit businesses on collision course with Uber options (biv.com)

Surge in Canadians voting in advance for 2015 election (thestar.com)

The ‘big experiment’ of voting strategically this election (theglobeandmail.com)

Elections Canada translator fired (thestar.com)

Trudeau, Mulcair reject any suggestion of backing a Harper minority government (thestar.com)

Federal leaders recognize transit as an economic driver (thestar.com)

Dollars and votes: How fundraising has shaped the federal election campaign (theglobeandmail.com)