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August 22

Commercial and industrial property taxes: GTHA RATES DECREASE (NRU)

Cars, yards top your complaints, Stouffville (

Celebrate Community Growing to Give Day in Thornhill (

Drivers face several road closures along major routes in Vaughan (

Programs help ease transition for newcomer students (

Viral ALS challenge raises bucketsful of donations, awareness (

Georgina committed to resource centre at Sutton school site (

Why the city is cutting down trees on Wellington St. (

Longo's opens new, expanded store in Woodbridge (

Register now for CIBC Run for the Cure in Vaughan (

Subway extension to Vaughan could be delayed as TTC sues contractor for missed deadlines (

5 things you might not know about clock towers in the GTA (

Brampton councillors allegedly misled on $500-million development deal (

August 21

Recycle junk mail from super mailboxes, Vaughan, or face fines (

TTC launches $10M lawsuit against contractor managing Vaughan's subway station (

$17M Aurora operations centre approved (

Vaughan baseball event for kids with autism hits it out of the park (

404 opening means big change (

Stouffville bylaw officer honoured for turning parking complaint into character moment (

August 20

Athlete of the Week: Jacqueline Rasenberg (

Vaughan's Tony Gil makes history with first-ever youth Olympics hole-in-one (

New facilities make Oak Ridges town’s jewel (

Conservatives defend CRA's charity audits (

Rob Ford faces new conflict of interest allegations over vote on wastewater program (

Wynne won't say whether she'll ban e-cigs (

TTC sues contractor over Vaughan Metropolitan Centre subway station (

August 19

Marr named to top CCAC health role (

No bids for construction work in Stouffville park (

Teamwork key as United Way dragon boats paddle for a good cause (

Cost of fire, police unsustainable, AMO president says (

Details on Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell’s limo use elusive (

Rob Ford: Raccoons have scared me — but no euthanasia needed (

Toronto committee wants to shorten time in which political candidates can put up election signs (

August 18

Take an active role in municipal election; Vaughan needs volunteers (

Young Thornhill actors present original productions (

Thornhill water-skiers make life on the water family affair (

Cyclists, pedestrians get first chance on Hwy. 404 extension (

OPP introducing new billing model for municipalities (

Mixed basket of fall weather in store for Southern Ontario  (

Metrolinx faces fire from Mount Dennis locals over tree removal (

Open Streets Toronto paves way to a better city (

Town councillor saves dog chained to sign in ditch (

CP Rail begins bulldozing gardens in land dispute (

Transport Canada stressed concerns about workload, fatigue just before Lac-Mégantic disaster (