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March 28
Toronto councillors want less secrecy on hazardous rail cargo (

Tri-Fun triathalon series for children launches in Vaughan (

UPDATE: Sugarbush maple syrup fest extended until April 13 in York Region (

Vaughan player inks entry-level deal with NHL, Carolina Hurricanes (

Kids’ CBC to host a free storytime featuring Bookaboo at Pierre Berton Library (Vaughan Weekly)

York Region powering down for Earth Hour (

York Region seniors protest at Queen's Park (

Turn off lights for Earth Hour Saturday (

Town of Oakville earns forest certification (

Emerald Ash Borer confirmed in Simcoe County (QMI Agency)

Markham moves to regulate patios on public boulevards (
March 27
Vaughan Celebrates program receives provincial award (Vaughan Weekly)

City Hall will power down for Earth Hour Saturday (Vaughan Weekly)

Province announces better GO transit service for Vaughan commuters (Vaughan Weekly)

University expansion into region a top priority (Vaughan Weekly)

Vaughan Film Festival opens April 2 (Vaughan Weekly)

Land transfer agreements set to be signed (NRU)

Seacore to take part in charity bike rides (Vaughan Weekly)

Lifelong Vaughan resident looks to bring new approach to municipal politics (Vaughan Weekly)

Vaughan Business Enterprise Centre moves to City Hall (Vaughan Weekly)

Tuberculosis present in York Region (Vaughan Weekly)

In the Vaughan Vicinity (Vaughan Weekly)

Vaughan attractions unfazed by potential new theme park (Vaughan Citizen)

Vaughan sets out ambitious action plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions locally (Vaughan Citizen)

Vaughan challenges you to take action on climate change (Vaughan Citizen)

York Region wins public works awards (NRU)

Markham boulevard patio policy revised (NRU)

Review looks at options to manage expansion (NRU)

Ontario backs off home-care changes in York Region (Toronto Star)
March 26
Kathleen Wynne shuffles cabinet (The Canadian Press)

Where to get your Maple syrup in Ontario and Quebec (

York Region restaurants hit with violations (

York Region wins 3 provincial public work awards (

York Region residents should protect homes before spring thaw: Insurance Company (

York Community to rally at Queen's Park Wednesday, March 26: CUPE calls on Wynne Government to reverse cuts affecting seniors and disabled in York (

Tyler Sharp receives 2014 Young Architect Award from RAIC (

PowerStream Offering Discount Coupons on Energy-Efficient Products (

Mercedes-Benz Canada breaks ground on new flagship retail facility in the Greater Toronto Area (
March 25
The Bam youth poetry slam coming to Vaughan, York Region (

PowerStream Encourages Customers to Participate in Earth Hour 2014 (

York hospitals meet or exceed Ontario wait time targets (

York Region to begin streaming meetings May 15 (Aurora Banner)

50 cases of tuberculosis reported in York Region in 2013 (Newmarket Era)

Markham municipal election race taking shape (Markham Economist & Sun)

Big Ideas: Get municipalities in GTA to work together (Toronto Star)

Residents try to stop city from cutting down trees in Guildwood Park (

Karen Stintz ready to sell majority of Toronto Hydro to pay for relief line (Toronto Star)
March 24
Where will basement apartments be allowed in Vaughan? (

Vaughan mayor Bevilacqua confirms he will seek re-election as city's top boss (

Newmarket resident files $100M lawsuit due to cancellation of on-site senior care program (

Road congestion, challenges topic of York roundtable discussion (

Deadline extended for art mentorship project led by York group and McMichael gallery (Vaughan Citizen)

Stouffville mayor angered by MP's 'mud slinging' (Stouffville Sun-Tribune)

Most Fiscally Irresponsible Provinces, According To C.D. Howe (

Toronto needs to take action on rooming houses, planning chair Peter Milczyn urges (Toronto Star)