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March 7
Brampton reveals $704 million in unfunded projects (Toronto Star)

Clarifying the Rules: York Region guidelines for density targets (NRU)

Working Together: Greenbelt Act turns nine (NRU)

GTA in Brief (NRU)

Audit of TransCanada finds deficiencies in pipeline safety (

Water focus of exhibit (

York police chief 'disappointed' in officer charged with fraud (

Condo project good for Thornhill (

Toronto housing market a battlefield - and cash is the weapon (

March Break in Ontario: Family activities, fun things to do (

Kosher queen Jamie Geller charms during first Canadian appearance (

Celebrating St. Joe: A feast for the eyes and 'buds  (

Large water main break closes roads in Vaughan (

OGCA cannot support current version of Bill 69 (

Are you ready for pothole season? (

Markham called police over election ads controversy (Thornhill Liberal)

Aurora approves Promenade community improvement plan (Aurora Banner)

Newmarket's Athol Hart honoured for heritage preservation (Newmarket Era)

Caledon's Victoria Baldesarra pirouettes back onto The Next Step (Caledon Enterprise)
March 6
Province to help cover ice storm recovery costs (Vaughan Weekly)

Additional storm cleanup (Vaughan Weekly)

Martow addresses transit at Queen’s Park (Vaughan Weekly)

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York hosts Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser (Vaughan Weekly)

In the Vaughan Vicinity (Vaughan Weekly)

Students hold Oscar night at Richview Manor (Vaughan Weekly)

Poet releases new book (Vaughan Weekly)

Drum Corps hosts workshop in Vaughan (Vaughan Weekly)

Vaughan Film Festival rolls out 2014 lineup (Vaughan Weekly)

Vaughan marks International Women’s Day (Vaughan Weekly)

Carpenters’ partner with CAWIC to attract women to the trades (

Festivals this week (

Perfecting the art of pairing wine and chocolate (
March 5
City on a Mission (

UPDATE: Bathurst Street closed in Richmond Hill for watermain break (

Vaughan wants your help on parking solution (

York Region seeking homegrown social entrepreneurs (

York Region adds 2 km of accessible trail, announces nine more shovel-ready projects (

Pope Francis names six Toronto monsignors (

Can new bill help city fight alien invaders? (Mississauga News)

Adoptions up at Oshawa Animal Services, euthanasia down (Oshawa This Week)

Enerquality awards recognize green builders, renovators (
March 4
Canadian Muslims need new narrative (Toronto Star)

Opera Belcanto of York 5th Annual Fundraising Gala (Snapd Vaughan East)

Vaughan Celebrates 25th Annual WinterFest (Snapd Vaughan East)

Ward 5 Civic Hero Award Presented (Snapd Vaughan East)

RBC Family Skate Day Offers Big Support for Mackenzie Health (Snapd Vaughan East)

Ward 4 Civic Hero Award Winner (Snapd Vaughan East)

12th Vaughan Business to Business Expo (Snapd Vaughan East)

Chinese New Year Celebrations at City Hall (Snapd Vaughan East)

Ward 1 Civic Hero Award Winner (Snapd Woodbridge)

Woodbridge Garden and Horticultural Society Honoured By Council (Snapd Woodbridge)

Councillor Carella Family Skate Day (Snapd Woodbridge)

Elspeth Heyworth Family Day Celebrations (Snapd Woodbridge)

Maple/Vaughan Blood Donor Clinic (Snapd Vaughan East)

Woodbridge home chef a ‘master’ of her own kitchen (

Thornhill libraries offer fun March break activities (

Thornhill Woods condo proposal leads to clashes (Thornhill Post)

Martow heading to Queen’s Park (Thornhill Post)

Still have ice storm debris on property? Region offers solution (

Vaughan Hospital, controversy regarding funds (Corriere Canadese)

Vaughan mayor unfazed by developer's hospital ad (

Thornhill students experience social justice during retreat (

York Region paramedics meeting response time targets (

8 York schools rank among Ontario's top 10 in overall learning (
March 3
Vaughan recognized for business mission to Israel (

Catholic grade school to be built in Kleinburg (

York Region high schools await grades (

Greater Toronto’s deep freeze may sap maple syrup season (Toronto Star)

Maple syrup not flowing due to cold, snowy winter, experts say (

Senior teaches kids to weave magic (Toronto Sun)

TTC launches pilot project to test numbered subway lines (

Woodbridge girls hope to stay hot at OFSAA (

Students learn to build bridges, relationships during engineering competition (

Kosher pop-up restaurant to feature fine dining (