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Aug. 2

York Region News

 

East Gwillimbury hires new Economic Development Manager (Yorkregion.com)

 

Up Front with the Mayor: Answers about pedestrian safety, housing for seniors, bike lanes (Newmarkettoday.ca)

 

GTA News

 

The Government of Canada Announces Support for a Festival Celebrating Diversity in Toronto (Newswrie.ca)

 

Accessibility app receives cash injection to help more Canadians with disabilities (Cbc.ca)

 

Tory MPPs lobbying to save services at Scarborough hospital (Thestar.com)

 

Former Toronto councillor Augimeri taking on Sgro in federal election (Thestar.com)

 

Expenses show Toronto councillors not practising what they preach (Torontosun.com)

 

Drake producer Boi-1da to meet with Pickering, Ont., mayor to discuss Wi-Fi complaints (Theglobeandmail.com)

 

City's real estate arm has a conflict of interest problem (Nowtoronto.com)

 

Federal News

 

Federal leaders’ debates set for second week of October (Thestar.com)

 

Liberal government runs $1.4-billion budget deficit in first two months of 2019-20 fiscal year (Theglobeandmail.com)

 

Aug. 1

Vaughan News

 

Vaughan Celebrates Canada Day 2019 (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

Concerts in the Park- Simply Queen (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

Vaughan Latin Festival 2019 (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

Eid Story-Time at Vaughan Public Libraries Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

The 1st Annual MPP Michael Tibollo Community Picnic (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

The 1st Annual Italian Heritage Month Reception Hosted by MPP Stephen Lecce (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

Neon Nostalgic Retro Rock Revue (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

Snapd around Vaughan; our community (Vaughan.snapd.com)

 

GTHA business tax rates decrease (NRU)

 

Outdoor Water Use Bylaws (York.ca)

 

York Region News

 

Highway 48 visioning exercise; opening the whitebelt (NRU)

 

GTA News

 

Here’s How Mississauga’s Property Taxes Compare to Other Ontario Cities (Insauga.com)

 

Federal site on Queens Quay to see new affordable housing after blowback over sale for condos (Thestar.com)

 

Drake askes Mayor of Pickering for better Wifi (BlogTO.com, Cbc.ca)

 

City council approves redevelopment of former industrial site in Port Credit (Ctvnews.ca)

 

The next new bin: City eyes cost-savings through automation of yard waste pickup (Ctvnews.ca)

 

Provincial News

 

Provincial policy statement; market-based statement (NRU)

 

Municipal Class EA process; finding efficiencies (NRU)

 

Longtime Ford adviser promoted to key role in premier's office (Cbc.ca)

 

Federal funding available to help small, medium businesses go green (Yorkregion.com)

 

Metrolinx to sell naming rights for railway stations, waiting areas, parking lots (Torontosun.com)

 

Federal News

 

August dubbed "Tree Check Month" to detect invasive species in Canada (Newswire.ca)

 

'A tremendous opportunity': Canadian officer becomes first woman to command standing NATO fleet (Nationalpost.com)

 

July 31

York Region News

 

Be safe on the water in East Gwillimbury this summer (Yorkregion.com)

 

Here are 5 ways York Region is your 'good friend' (Newmarkettoday.ca)

 

York Region launches intersection safety program (680news.com)

 

GTA News

 

‘I don’t think we’ve lost control of this’: Toronto’s first transit czar says the city still has a role to play in transit planning (Thestar.com)

 

Downsized council one year later, same old, same old. (Torontosun.com)

 

Bloor west community will benefit from expanded bike lanes: advocates (Toronto.com)

 

Toronto Zoo wants $5M to hand over land for Rouge National Urban Park (Toronto.com)

 

Etobicoke bike cops on a mission to regain trust in communities (Toronto.com)

 

How can Toronto keep privately owned public spaces safe? (Toronto.com)

 

Provincial News

 

Statement by Associate Minister of Children and Women's Issues on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (News.ontario.ca)

 

July 30

Vaughan News

 

Where am I most at risk walking or cycling in York Region? (Yorkregion.com)

 

York Region News

 

Newmarket looking to tackle growing trash problem with in-ground bins (Cbc.ca)

 

Heavy rains may cause localized flooding in Newmarket (Newmarkettotday.ca)

 

GTA News

 

'All of it is about healing': Teepees come to city hall to honour residential school survivors (Cbc.ca)

 

Brampton council approves funding for media outlet with ties to two councillors (Thestar.com)

 

Nova Bus is proud to announce a new order for two Electric Buses by Brampton as Part of the CUTRIC Project Fran├žais (Newswire.ca)

 

Provincial News

 

Ontario's Government Strengthening Fire Protection for the People (News.ontario.ca)

 

Federal News

 

Elections Canada won’t change voting day to accommodate Jewish holiday (Yorkregion.com, Thestar.com)

 

July 29

Vaughan News

 

Vaughan's cannabis fest blow-up in (Nowtoronto.com)

 

PAN AM GAMES: Look out Lima! Make way for York Region's best threats (Yorkregion.com)

 

How to break the inefficient glass condo mould (Theglobeandmail.com)

 

York Region News

 

Richmond Hill council to expand library board despite concerns (Yorkregion.com)

 

Markham to Open Harmony Park (Markham.ca)

 

Honouring Veterans with the Launch of Markham's Veteran Park Program (Markham.ca)

 

Crime severity continues to rise in York Region (Newmarkettoday.ca)

 

GTA News

 

Toronto aims to have traffic wardens overseeing its busiest intersections by end of 2019 (Thestar.com)

 

'It breaks my heart to do it': Toronto homeowner ordered to remove fake grass (Cbc.ca)

 

City council adopts photo radar report; cameras to be installed by December (Citynews.ca)

 

Provincial News

 

Expanding Learning Opportunities in STEM and Skilled Trades (News.ontario.ca)

 

Federal News

 

Ottawa launches project to improve data collection in Canadian cities (Thelogic.co)

 

Ontario government to reverse direction on autism program and provide families with needs-based support (Theglobeandmail.com)