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May 30

York Region’s sports heroes make us all extremely proud (

Aurora garbage bag issue won't 'clear' up until 2015 (

Vaughan celebrates Asian, South Asian heritage (

Vaughan candidates answer your questions (

ELECTION DEBATE: Ask a question of Vaughan provincial candidates on June 5 (

Municipal leaders raise key Ontario provincial election issues (

Mayor Susan Fennell defends issuing of contracts to friend (

May 29

Vaughan ready for business: PRESTIGE EMPLOYMENT (NRU)


New system for Brampton parking fees (NRU)

Public art for Markham (NRU)

Mayoral hopeful Tory includes Markham in transit plan (Markham Economist & Sun)

Thornhill: Richmond Hill: Your candidates answer our questions (

Escape the city (

County of Simcoe sets traps to track emerald ash borer (

Brampton council votes to probe contracts awarded to Mayor Susan Fennell’s friend (

May 28

Hudak defends job plan, backs subway extension (

PowerStream's Decade of Growth has Benefitted Customers (Digital Journal)

Bad behaviour from Rob Ford and other city politicians leads executive committee to consider new code of conduct rules (

Perrelli campaign clouded by investigation (

Brampton councillors want answers about city resources used for Mayor Susan Fennell’s galas (

John Tory promises relief rail running from Mississauga to Toronto to Markham (

May 27

'Canada's gallery' embraces its creative future (Digital Journal)

Italian contemporary film fest grows by leaps, bounds in York Region (

County setting traps to monitor emerald ash borer (

Scarborough protest calls for subway on Sheppard Avenue, not LRT (

Ont mayor admits altering expense document (

‘Close friend’ of Mayor Susan Fennell got $1.1M in Brampton city contracts (

May 26

Proposals for new York campus underway (

Progress made on animal services, Markham says (Markham Economist & Sun)

Public editor: Is it wrong to call Vaughan a Toronto suburb? (

Mental health issues in York Region often overlooked: expert (

Fighting ash borer’s spread in Kitchener will cost $11 million (CTV News)

Summer temperatures bring out crowds for Public Works Week (

Hudak vows 10% income tax cut after balancing budget (Toronto Sun)