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June 13

More than 4,200 tickets issued through red-light camera program in York Region (

Liberal candidate Sandra Yeung Racco wins in Thornhill (

Ontario Votes: Vaughan (

Liberal Steven Del Duca keeps Vaughan seat won in 2012 by-election (

York Region embraces status quo — with two exceptions (

First-time voters in York Region uninspired (

'Brazen' murders in Vaughan spark call to action (

Messy mailbox photo on Twitter leads Canada Post to clean it up (

FedEx, Costco hope to set up large distribution centres in west Woodbridge (

Vaughan provincial election candidates toe party lines at debate (

Region nears completion of $564M wastewater servicing project (

Our urban trees are worth big bucks (

June 12

Four Tower Proposal: Challenging Mississauga (NRU)

Durham TMP: Transportation Refresher (NRU)

Durham housing plan approved (NRU)

Caledon’s OPP building gets LEED certification (NRU)

New park opens in Vaughan (NRU)

Luminato Festival 2014 (

Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park – VARIOUS DATES!!! (


Etobicoke garbage pick-up moving to a new company: Miller Waste Systems (

York Region advance polls busier than provincial average ahead of election (

Vaughan Liberal incumbent issues Twitter apology to Tim Hudak (

Richmond Hill candidates have put up more signs this election (

Ajax sewage treatment plant issue requires urgency (

Vaughan Liberal incumbent sorry for Tim Hudak parody flyer (

Tim Hudak has used a logical approach to win over voters. Too bad voters aren’t logical (

Ontario election enters Batman mode: Liberals apologize for ads depicting Hudak as hospital-destroying Joker (

June 11

Viva fleet gets outfitted with bike racks (

Incinerator meeting location hotly debated (

Here's why Toronto is taking over the Scarborough subway EA (

Inspired by Margaret Atwood and Emily Carr: How Terence Koh is bringing Luminato to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (

More cars for rush-hour subway trains: Wilson Wan’s Big Idea (

UPDATE: Markham weighs $70k injection to boost local arts (

Richmond Hill resident shocked by $8,200 water bill (

Health inspectors charge food providers in Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Newmarket, Vaughan (

June 10

'None of the Above' party looks to provide alternative in Ontario election (

Richmond Hill considers citizen group to determine legal grow locations (

Turnout at advanced polls down compared to last Ont. election (

June 9

Share your view on Woodbridge traffic issues at public meeting (

Community garden plots available at Markham Fairgrounds (

Luminato fest spreads art, music, dance, theatre across Toronto (CBC News)

Wynne, Liberals pledge $29B to address provincial transit (

Oak Ridges Moraine ‘very important’ to residents at open house (

Markham Arts Council 'fighting for survival' (

Thornhill golfer makes dream come true at LPGA U.S. Open (

YRT bus drivers compete for their version of an Oscar (

Windfall festival a hit with community (