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July 18
Vaughan to recoup fraud losses (

Vaughan team aims for success at Hondy Indy Toronto (

Vaughan woman aims to help feral felines (

Vaughan gardening photos wanted ( and

West Woodbridge to be site of 85,000-square-foot banquet hall (

Stouffville, York Region set out election sign posting dates (

York Region residents want tough penalties for parents who leave kids in cars (

Charles Edenshaw retrospective at the McMichael (

Enjoy music, art to celebrate 100 years of Algoma passenger rail (

Resident tells King Township ‘Not in my back yard’ on storm pond (

Charity ride organizers set to ‘Rev It Up’ in Vaughan (

Witteveen retires after 37 years of photojournalism (

Barrie councillor admits to ‘bad decision’ at meeting (

City moves towards widening Steeles Avenue in northeast Scarborough (
July 17
Posting directions: Agri-business wayfinding in King (NRU)

The green lane: East Gwillimbury grappling growth (NRU)

Take two: Ontario Liberals present budget (NRU)

Ontario gets F on efforts to address climate change (NRU)

York Region MPPs trade blows over Ontario provincial budget (

York Region teachers head to school to learn technology (

This week in the museums (

Annual ash tree replacement program in Barrie hits halfway mark (

Top Brampton official open to reviewing contracts process (

Say Yes to the Dress Canada premieres in 2015 (
July 16
Ontario budget rehash includes call for electrified express rail in York Region, GTA (

Health inspectors charge Markham, Vaughan restaurants with violations (

Family tragedy provokes Thornhill woman's guide for seniors homes (

Hospital room of future at Mackenzie Richmond Hill now (

PowerStream/Collingwood Partnership Paying Dividends (

Brampton council audit to be made public (

In summer heat, Toronto already stockpiling winter road salt  (
July 15
Youth honoured with Duke of Edinburgh gold awards (

Richmond Hill, Thornhill students excel in national music contest (

Recycling the victims of the Emerald Ash Borer (

High Park caiman may become a reptile ambassador (

Ten highlights of the Ontario budget (
July 14
Five things to do in Toronto this weekend: July 11 to 13 (

Future of Vaughan basketball star Andrew Wiggins up in the air (

EXCLUSIVE: Vaughan MP Fantino firing of First Nations police chief not racism, court rules (

Pierre Berton tribute (

BMX project on track at Bruce’s Mill (

Evergreen demonstrates human impact on streams in Richmond Hill (

Toronto council approves Eglinton Connects renewal plan (