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April 17
Design of Vaughan bus terminal (NRU)

New garden policy in Vaughan (NRU)

Outgoing York chair reflects (NRU)

Mississauga LRT gets stops (NRU)

New transportation investments (NRU)

Sunshine List reporting rules a tad cloudy, need to be fixed (

Maple/Kleinburg councillor drives petition for new GO station in north Vaughan (

Vaughan woman delivers 100-signature petition to local MPP about drug coverage (

Newmarket making pitch for York campus (Newmarket Era)

King nixes idea to court York University to expand in the township (King Connection)

Latest measles cases 'localized': official (Markham Economist & Sun)

Thornhill father, son heading to Boston Marathon (

Funding Infrastructure (NRU)
April 16
Toronto's Luminato Festival branches out into Vaughan (

Ontario cracking down in tow truck industry (

Vaughan taxpayers' water rates rise with combined York increase (

York Region Transit GM leaving for TTC (

York Region health inspectors ticket 4 more establishments (

30 new services changes coming April 30 for York Region Transit (

Lack of traffic lights cause of frustration among some in King Township (King Connection)

Toronto committee considers giving councillors $13,628 pay raise and hiking mayor's salary to $200,013 (National Post)
April 15
Woodbridge woman honoured at United Nations for work with violated children (

Liberals promise $29B for transit, transportation (

Thornhill filmmaker debuting The Sheik at Hot Docs (

Bicycle-friendly Guelph initiative wins silver at Ontario Bike Summit (

Bank study calls for weather-related spending (

More bad Heartbleed news to come? (
April 14
Markham hopes for home run in York U. pitch (

Markham company puts focus on being greenMarkham (Economist & Sun)

TRCA board members congratulate themselves on job well done (

Water rates in Vaughan expected to run you about $75 more per year (

Koh heads to sacred graveyard for Luminato (

Hub youth shelter to become reality by 2016 (Richmond Hill Liberal)

Liberals tout billions in Toronto area transit spending (

Whitby remembers Flaherty as a genuinely nice guy (

Habitat for Humanity unifies GTA affiliates (Brampton Guardian)

Councillors demand end to OMB control (

Ottawa funds plan to employ skilled immigrants (

Rob Ford campaign goes big on bobbleheads (