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July 4
New parks open in Thornhill (

Georgina to spend six figures on welcome feature (

Vaughan taxpayers could be on hook for special levy to cover brutal winter (

Stanley Cup makes stop in Vaughan at Wendel Clark's restobar (

Construction projects exempt from East Gwillimbury's noise bylaws (

York Region's health care scores top grades (

Mississauga draws line on neighbours’ dirty laundry (

TTC reports nearly 18,000 crashes since 2009 (
July 3
Women DO Golf (Snapd Woodbridge)

Spirit of Community Dinner (Snapd Woodbridge)

Italian Heritage Month Flag Raising Ceremony (Snapd Woodbridge)

VaughanBUG Bike Month Event (Snapd Woodbridge)

Fashion Show for Consolata Missionaries (Snapd Woodbridge)

Royal Garden & Pine Valley Community Clean-Up (Snapd Woodbridge)

McMichael Moonlight Gala 2014 (Snapd Woodbridge)

PowerStream Celebrates 10 Years (Snapd Woodbridge)

Councillor DeFrancesca's 4th Annual Movie Night (Snapd Woodbridge)

Starting a New Chapter (Snapd Vaughan East)

Official Opening of Forest View Park (Snapd Vaughan East)

Pioneer Park Officially Opens (Snapd Vaughan East)

Colossal Chamber Event (Snapd Vaughan East)

Pleasant Ridge Library Topping Off Ceremony (Snapd Vaughan East)

Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park Kicks Off (Snapd Vaughan East)

Battle of Bathurst continues on (

Future of Burlington: Mobility Hubs (NRU)

Provincial economic outlook: challenges ahead (NRU)

GTA in Brief: University campus recommended for Milton (NRU)

GTA in Brief: University campus proposed for Brampton (NRU)

Canadians Raonic and Bouchard advance to Wimbledon semifinals (

Brampton councillors shocked by list of contractors that broke rules (
July 2
New leader takes reins of Women's Centre of York Region (

First responders give the gift of blood in York Region (

Industry no stranger to new transportation minister (

Vaughan furniture maker sues IKEA (

Why is Woodbridge a hot spot for Toronto campaign donations? (

Family business CEO ‘restarts’ the company to improve culture (

Queen's Park gears up for summer session (

Toronto public health report: Neighbourhood polluters cause 120 deaths per year (
June 30
Boyd performs intimate concert in Kleinburg (

New York Islanders ignore red flags, pick Thornhill product in 1st round (

York Region Amateur Radio Club has Field Day with 24-hour event (

Lots of fireworks planned for Canada Day (

Mississauga geese give authorities the slip; others bound for Aylmer not so lucky (

Hazardous goods on Canada’s rails exposed in emergency guide (