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April 25
Unique album showcased at Holocaust memorial event (

Expansion of the CN MacMillan Bridge Underway in the City of Vaughan (

Corporate tax divide could send Ontario to the polls (

City triples budget for ash borer battle (

Brampton auditors begin diving into Susan Fennell’s spending (
April 24
Grave Concerns: Review needed for cemetery planning (NRU)

Defining the Issues: Durham election (NRU)

Livable Oakville: New design manual (NRU)

GTA in Brief (NRU)

Potential cost overruns of Vaughan civic centre resource library has some seeing red (

Vaughan teen's dance-a-thon aims to buy ventilator for neonatal ICU at Mount Sinai Hospital (

York University will eliminate 3 bids for new campus Friday (

Young people deserve university close to home (

Kleinburg's McMichael gallery gets $625K in provincial funding (

This week in the museums (

Hike business tax to pay for transit: NDP (
April 23
Rapid transit lanes to be built on Yonge Street in Newmarket, Richmond Hill (

Yonge St. portion of York Viva busway starts construction this year (

Rapid Transit Contract Awarded for Yonge Street in Richmond Hill and Newmarket (

92,000 people benefit from community programs: York Region chairperson (

West Nile Virus, Lyme disease programs to start in York Region in May (

Job prospects in York Region better than national average (

UPDATE: Thornhill senior won age category in Boston (

PowerStream Named as One of 'Canada's Greenest Employers' (

Lafarge Canada Inc. (Eastern Canada) renews partnership with Earth Rangers to bring the wonder of wildlife to schools (
April 22
Toronto centre to answer Markham’s call of wild (Markham Economist & Sun)

Ontario Liberals vow electrified GO trains that will run every 15 minutes (

Provincial Sunshine List not accurate (

Seniors needing physiotherapy to benefit from $800K cash infusion from Queen's Park (

Woodbridge filmmaker Luca Tarantini wins TVO's 2014 Doc Studio Contest (

Aurora, Newmarket make joint bid for York University campus (

Proposal for joint campus on the border of Newmarket and Aurora (

Premier promises better transit for York Region (

Chow, Tory target curb parking scofflaws in gridlock-fighting plans (

Gallery shows off Varley’s ‘blockbuster works’ (

Challenges mount in efforts to build (

Watch for a new invader (

Conservationists scramble to protect Rattray Marsh from emerald ash borer (

Visits to food banks in Toronto's suburbs up almost 20% since 2008 (

York Region Media Group wins big at newspaper awards (

Heintzman House offers art and art tips at this year’s show (

New 4D ride for Wonderland (