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August 15

Gallanough Park flood plans will go before council, Shefman promises (

Top 7 things that tick off your neighbours in York Region (

Aurora will spend $17M on new joint operations centre (

Smart meters in western Canada different those than in Ontario (

OPP costs to go up in most municipalities (

Burlington to seek provincial flood relief (

York Region inspectors make sure your roads are safe (

York Regional Police Chief Eric Jolliffe defends $30M price on East Gwillimbury training centre (

PM Harper in Vaughan last night (

Harper visit has campaign feel (

Aurora group provides boost for Images for Life (

Coun. Kehoe unrepentant, despite integrity verdict (

Higher costs bring down Hydro One profits (

Toronto considers moving parking disputes out of courts (

Police go to motorcycle school (

August 14

Paying for growth: Barrie reviews development charges (NRU)

Property tax decreases: 2014 residential and multi-residential rates (NRU)

GTA in brief (NRU)

Vaughan sports memorabilia collector reaches fundraiser goal (

Travelling photography exhibition pays tribute to community-minded York Region residents (

Report outlines how PowerStream handled 2013 ice storm (

Just Two Days Left to Apply to York Region’s YEDIInstitute Fall 2014 Cohort (

York Region sending star power to gymnastics meet (

Break and enters on the rise in Vaughan, residents urged to be vigilant (

Barrie Councillor Strachan apologizes for error (

PM to make evening appearance at 'Members Event' in Vaughan (

Ontario health minister studying e-cigarettes as Toronto mulls ban (

Signs warn of quicksand in the GTA — but how real is the threat? (

August 13

Electronic cigarette ban on table at Aurora council Tuesday (

Top 6: Things to do to stem potential flooding in York Region (

Wiggins returns to Vaughan roots amid trade rumours (

Thornhill firm fined after worker dies on job site (

Vaughan seniors home project marks milestone for Vietnamese Canadian community (

Walk, ride, rock out: Event marks impending completion of Hwy. 404 extension (

West Nile virus found in Toronto mosquitoes (

Urban living distracts us from driving (

Wi-Fi coming to subway downtown (

City of Toronto policy nearly foils plans for a Salvador Allende street (

Stay-at-home dad says city swim policy is discriminatory (

August 12

Will Toronto's ambitious push to grow its urban canopy pay off? (

Affordable housing gets $801-million pledge from Ottawa, Queen’s Park (

Thornhill boy enjoying special Crohn’s summer camp (

Georgina, Markham, Vaughan facilities slapped with health violations (

Orillia councillors contravened code of conduct: integrity commissioner (

Seniors home project marks milestone for Vietnamese Canadian community (

August 11

Vaughan writer lays bare biggest human tragedy for millennials (

York Regional Police chief in favour of ticketing marijuana users (

Emerald ash borer a costly pest to Toronto tree canopy (

Say yes to a made-in-Canada wedding dress (

Most in Brampton want Mayor Susan Fennell to quit: poll (

Municipal workers battle pension reform (

Pretty Orangeville properties to get nod from local Communities in Bloom committee (

Caledon dentist fighting MTO over driveway width (

Will new streetcars, in the end, be motorists’ friend? (

Ontario electrical utilities still seeking answers on smart meters (