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Jan. 10
Ice storm cost Markham 10,000 trees, $13M, city says (Markham Economist & Sun)

Vaughan high school photography students focus of tonight's event (Vaughan Citizen)

9 candidates among first to declare for Richmond Hill council (Richmond Hill Liberal)

Running Thornhill MD helps patients win at weight loss (Thornhill Liberal)

Scarborough residents can learn more about fight against emerald ash borer at city meeting (Scarborough Mirror)

Classes at St. Elizabeth resume Monday (Thornhill Liberal)

York Region submits resolution for disaster relief (Newmarket Era)

Municipalities seek cash for ice storm (

Toronto area is third largest North America centre for ICT firms: Report (IT World Canada)

A prescription for professionals to set up a successful business (Financial Post)

Cabot Links in Nova Scotia garners ‘Top 100’ honour from Golf Digest (The Globe and Mail)

Why Data Centre Providers Love the Greater Toronto Burbs (
Jan. 9
MAKING IT WORK: Rebalancing jobs and skills in York Region (NRU)

2013 Year in Review (NRU)

GTA In Brief (NRU)

Board of Trade urges thinking and voting (NRU)

Newfoundland and Labrador artists featured in contemporary art exhibit at McMichael gallery (Vaughan Citizen)

Vaughan musician intertwines stories with music ... and love for the violin (Vaughan Citizen)

Get a head start on the 2014 Vaughan King Relay for Life (Vaughan Citizen)

Councillors to hold special meeting on ice storm (Richmond Hill Liberal)

IT'S ALL GOOD: What do you do with the truth when you hear it? (Vaughan Citizen)

All-Orthodox Girl Guides troop gets iconic cookies to be certified kosher (Jewish Telegraph Agency,

Kathleen Wynne closer to calling byelections in Thornhill and Niagara Falls (Toronto Star)

GFL Buys Alberta Waste Firm (

This week in the museums (Now Toronto)

Maple friends form group to help less fortunate (Vaughan Citizen)
Jan. 8
Relentless on north subway (Thornhill Post)

Bus lanes on schedule but still causing grief (Thornhill Post)

Mayor remains focused on priorities for 2014 (Vaughan Weekly)

Di Biase looks forward to busy year ahead (Vaughan Weekly)

Schulte shares goals for New Year (Vaughan Weekly)

Deputy Mayor ready for the New Year (Vaughan Weekly)

Site dedication held for new Thornhill library (Vaughan Weekly)

Liberal Association hosts New Year’s Levee (Vaughan Weekly)

Limited number of food cards available to residents in need (Vaughan Weekly)

In the Vaughan Vicinity (Vaughan Weekly)

Municipal election nominations open in Vaughan (Vaughan Weekly)

Election nominations off to a slow start (Vaughan Weekly)

St. Elizabeth High School closed after fire (Vaughan Weekly)

PowerStream unveils micro grid demonstration project (

McMichael Canadian Art Collection unveils inaugural Art Mentorship Project (

York Region mails out grocery cards to avoid Toronto lineups (

Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce welcomes Natural Fitness Solutions (

Gift cards available for York Region residents who lost power in ice storm (Newmarket Era)

York Region runs out of grocery gift cards (Newmarket Era)

Garbage, recycling pickup delayed due to company issues (Georgina Advocate)

York Region could be in for several speed limit changes (Aurora Banner)

Nano Magnetics Announces Nanoport Magnetic Connectors for Electronics at CES (

GFL Environmental acquires first West Coast waste operation (

How the flu shot saved my life (Toronto Star)

Bosses shouldn’t ask sick workers for doctor’s notes: OMA (Toronto Star)