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May 2
Vaughan at-risk children's advocate speaks at UN (

Supreme Court rules residents should have access to sex offender list (East Gwillimbury Era)

25th Annual Business Achievement Awards ( and

Luminato Festival Coming to Vaughan ( and

The 2014 Vaughan Film Festival ( and

Earth Hour Vaughan ( and

Masa Sushi Cheque Presentation to ETA Vaughan (

Vaughan Aquatic Staff Retains Provincial Championship (

Volunteer Recognition Awards Ceremony (

Ward 2 Civic Hero Award Winner (

Vaughan Seniors Receiving Added Care Thanks to Recent Announcement (

Scotiabank's Branching Out Program ( and

2014 Vaughan Safety Expo (

Race for York Region chairperson off to slow start (

A York U in York Region (

York Region residents want political action on transit: poll (
May 1
Referendum in Pickering: Casino Question (NRU)

Barrie to clarify bonusing policy (NRU)

Remaining contenders for York U campus (NRU)

Mississauga city hall energy efficiency ranks high (NRU)

TTC could consider lawsuit if Spadina subway extension project delayed again (

Yonge Street Viva transit contract awarded (

Former Vaughan MPP Sorbara appointed York University's 13th chancellor (

Vaughan MP Fantino could be back before human rights tribunal (

Thornhill park renamed for Holocaust survivor (

University bid learning experience for Newmarket, Aurora: Van Bynen (

University missed out on all benefits of coming north (Aurora Banner - opinion)

York Catholic school board invests in elementary music (

Student conference focuses on mental health, bullying (Richmond Hill Liberal)

More can’t-miss shows (

Tasty treats in ash trees for woodpeckers (

Ontario increases cancer coverage for firefighters (

Canada’s Wonderland is willing to risk more vomiting than ever on its roller coaster rides (

Business-related News
New Canadian factory will produce Simmons, Serta lines (
April 30
OEB Adjusts Electricity Prices Charged to Ontario Consumers (

Marsh’s ash trees under attack by invasive pest (Mississauga News)

Richmond Hill residents excited by prospect of York campus (Richmond Hill Liberal)

Acclaimed songstress breaks new ground at McMichael (

Toronto deputy mayor says tree canopy in bad shape (

City of Guelph may look to regulate donation bins and newspaper boxes (

Canada's Wonderland Opens on Sunday, May 4, 2014 (

Martinrea dissidents propose asset sales, new CEO, cost cutting (
April 29
Stouffville amalgamates departments, axes director's job (Stouffville Sun-Tribune)

Pencil Mountain founder speaks in Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill Liberal)

Sorbara named York University chancellor (Toronto Star)

York Region rolling out welcome mat for newcomers (

York Regional Police 'taking out the trash' (

Newmarket staff will consult public on medical marijuana (Newmarket Era)
April 28
Olivia Chow proposes 1 million trees at no cost to taxpayers (

Three municipalities in the running for new York U campus (

Markham, Vaughan, Richmond Hill make York University short list (

Survivor recounts horrors of Holocaust during commemoration event in Vaughan (

York Region health professionals stress importance of vaccines (

Canada Remembers the Six Million Jews Who Perished During the Holocaust (

Tree planting session in Spruce Park a vital step in ice storm recovery (Mississauga News)