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June 27
Local developers fork out $310K to dine with Vaughan mayor (

Much-loved Vaughan barbershop finds new home (

Hwy. 404 extension to East Gwillimbury, Georgina on track for autumn opening (

Microtunnelling goes deep for York Region sewer (Daily Commercial News)

Andrew Wiggins achieves dream of topping NBA draft class (

Vaughan native Andrew Wiggins chosen as No. 1 pick in NBA draft (

Vaughan Citizen Andrew Wiggins Photoshop Contest (

Thousands of trees removed as City struggles with another invasive pest (

Vaughan Liberal MPP to drive transportation file as first-time minister (

Expand your horizons if it’s a house you want (

Newsletters in Richmond Hill flashpoint of concern in election year (
June 26
Municipal leaders urge province: GROW THE GREENBELT (NRU)

York University Expansion: MARKHAM CENTRE SELECTED (NRU)

Vaughan mayor cautions council about delaying decision on FedEx distribution centre (

United Way nearly 1/3 of way to $30M goal (

What 24,903 polls taught us about Ontario’s shifting political landscape (

120 new child care spaces coming to York this fall (
June 25

Martow proclaimed winner in recount (

Martow ‘glad for mandate to continue’ role as Thornhill MPP (

Richmond Hill councillors grapple with mysterious water bill problem (

Being urban, transit-focused set Markham apart in York U. bid (

Presto Slowly Coming to a Subway Station Near You (

Loose dogs report leads to rec program cancellation in Thornhill (

Vaughan MPP Steven Del Duca added to Kathleen Wynne's cabinet (

Newly-elected Wynne unveils new cabinet (

June 24

Jaczek to be named to Liberal cabinet: report (

Plan To Deal With Emerald Ash Borer In Owen Sound (

York Police Warn of 'Aggressive' Dogs in Thornhill (

Candidates not present for today's Thornhill vote recount (

York U. picks Markham for campus expansion (

Heated debate over Thornhill Woods condo plan expected to surface ahead of meeting (

YMCA doubles daycare spots in wake of full-day kindergarten (

Job of finance minister split as Wynne gets set for cabinet shuffle (

Newmarket public art policy nears reality (

June 23

Thornhill riding recount starts on Monday (NEWSTALK 1010)

York festivities show pride also alive in the 905 (

Vaughan’s Upper West Side story: Five builders, 10 luxury model homes (

Record number of York Region voters decline ballots (

Building industry comes through for United Way (

Get basketball nets off streets: Stouffville (

Vaughan celebrates Andrew Wiggins Day (

Mackenzie Health Officially Launches Innovation Unit: First-in-Canada Project Transforms the Delivery of Care (