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August 29

Toronto pulls popular anti-littering ads after companies complain (

Vaughan homeowners enjoy the finer life - and food (

Manhattanization could be the best thing ever for Toronto (

Thornhill woman takes action on celiac (

Poll shows Toronto majority okay with euthanizing raccoons (

August 28

Bevilacqua is in for Vaughan mayoral race, is Fantino next? (

Thornhill candidates must pay own recount costs, judge rules (

Unique and Luxury Homes in Vaughan (

City to cover rival’s legal fees after successful complaint against Councillor Maria Augimeri (

Getting Gigabit: Newmarket speeds ahead (NRU)

Improving infrastructure in small municipalities (NRU)

Precedent Concerns: Major concern for minor variance (NRU)

Hwy. 427 to be expanded at Steeles (

August 27

Province announces new school facilities for Vaughan, East Gwillimbury (

PMO, Vaughan developer deny reports on possible senate appointment (

Beaconsfield to hold town-hall meeting about emerald ash borer bylaw (

Shadowpath offers free drama workshops at Thornhill seniors home (

Harper government asks public servants to delete emails (

Slower speeds a quick fix for Toronto streets (

Ontario could buy more Quebec electricity, Kathleen Wynne suggests (

August 26

Customizing continuing education (

Ignore the rumours, 404 won't open before September: ministry (

Council bans e-cigarettes from city workplaces (

Beaconsfield to flight emerald ash border with Tree Canada donation (

Big Ideas: Some mayoral candidates open to Open Streets (

Toronto designer invents raccoon-proof green bin (

Council aims for paid duty policing reform (

August 25

Councillor wants ‘thy sons’ changed in O Canada (

Jason Hathaway to Appear At Woodbridge Mobil 1 Grand Opening (

Toronto has a growing global influence, which we likely can’t maintain: Hume (

Condo developer allegedly takes down payments (

Hidden Talent Toronto returns to Vaughan for sixth season (

Aurora leisure complex could be open by October (

Mackenzie Health welcomes permanent MRI scanner (