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April 11
Baseball, soccer season delayed in Vaughan due to condition of sports fields (

Vaughan to field 2 teams in inaugural soccer league (

Richmond Hill makes pitch for university campus (

Presto surpasses 1 million commuters (

York Region approve holiday business openings (

Share your poetry at library event (

University idea gets passing grade in anyone's book (Markham Economist & Sun)

Flaherty remembered a nice, genuine guy in local riding of Whitby (

Toronto to pay roughly $4.8M in rebates to political donors (

Peter Kent remembers Jim Flaherty (
April 10
Seniors issues discussed at round table in Vaughan (Vaughan Weekly)

Outstanding films recognized at VFF Awards (Vaughan Weekly)

Vaughan Chamber of Commerce marks a milestone at Business Achievement Awards (Vaughan Weekly)

Community to host wildlife rescue fundraiser and yard sale in Woodbridge (Vaughan Weekly)

Al Palladini Community Centre celebrates 25 years (Vaughan Weekly)

Aquatic staff recognized (Vaughan Weekly)

Docs on Ice raises funds for Canadian Mental Health Association York Region (Vaughan Weekly)

In the Vaughan Vicinity (Vaughan Weekly)

Maple Syrup Festival extended to April 13 (Vaughan Weekly)

Maple Lions Pancake Festival (Vaughan Weekly)

Spring cleanup underway in Vaughan (Vaughan Weekly)

Take part in the Vaughan 20-minute makeover (Vaughan Weekly)

Durham Greenbelt: Getting ahead of the province (NRU)

Enhancing Transparency: Hamilton lobbyist registry next steps (NRU)

GTA in Brief: Environmental assessment for rail service (NRU)

York Region Improves Process: Management of archeological findings (NRU)

Vaughan hopes Spadina subway extension gives it leg up on York University expansion competition (

Celebrate national wildlife week in Vaughan with wildlife rescue, yard sale (

Vaughan food bank issues plea for donations (

Oak Ridges Moraine review gearing up for 2015 (

Richmond Hill warns Caledon's idea endangers Greenbelt (Richmond Hill Liberal)

Doug Ford defends decision to hold campaign fundraiser in Vaughan (

TRCA working in a renter's wonderland 328 (Toronto Sun)
April 9
York U campus competition heats up as confidential report on a site goes to Vaughan council (

Doug Ford justifies hosting campaign fundraising event for brother in Vaughan (

Terence Koh a highlight of Luminato Festival (

York Regional Police to honour 911 dispatchers (

For Earth Rangers, Every Day is Earth Day (

Boy George, David Byrne, Emmylou Harris join Luminato arts festival lineup (,,

‘Bad boy' Koh adds star power to Luminato art festival lineup (,

Quebec’s Le Baluchon named cheese of the year at new awards (

Invasive stink bugs spreading across Ontario (

TRCA working in a renter's wonderland  (
April 8
GE and PowerStream launch Canadian microgrid project (

Rogers abandons Stouffville cell tower location, MP says (

Glenway battle stays behind closed doors (

Magna expanding Newmarket plant (

Duelling ombuds the one big flaw in Ontario accountability bill: James (

Big Ideas: Can GO relieve TTC crowding? (

Who approved that message? Outside attack ads proliferate in Toronto election (

Blanket of snow settles over parts of Toronto area overnight (
April 7
Waste collector under fire in northern York Region wins award (

Seniors share concerns over pensions, more at roundtable in Vaughan (

Restoring Torah in Thornhill once-in-a-lifetime experience (

Early diagnosis of dementia vital: Mackenzie Health doctor (

Stouffville residents back MP's efforts to stop cell tower (Stouffville Sun-Tribune)

York Region's program for victims of child sexual abuse a "life-saving" institution (

Top university researchers discuss What Matters Now at McMichael art gallery as part of travelling Research Matters series (