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November 21

Fire at Vaughan's historic Michael Cranny house leaves two community groups scrambling (

A sign here, a sign there ... after Vaughan municipal election (

Art collector donates 50 works by notable Quebec artists to McMichael gallery (

Is Vaughan's Albert Tam Canada's Smartest Person? (

Newmarket Council members reflect on term’s end (

York Region colleagues pay tribute to retiring chairperson, CEO (

Can Sudbury snowplows be tracked online? (

Conflict of interest cases rarely result in punishment for politicians (

November 20 tracks Ontario snowplows online (

Spadina extension plagued with problems (

Getting ahead of technology – Smart thinking (NRU)

Using data to engage citizens – Opening government (NRU)

Mobility in Mississauga – Improving performance metrics (NRU)

New GO station for consideration in Thornhill (NRU)

Pan Am minister challenged on cost of construction information (

Emerald Ash Borer damage will cost the region $8 million (

Ont. students among most computer literate (
November 19

Vaughan city hall strikes gold (

Electric Vehicles Move Closer To Widespread Use, Experts Say (

Kitchener plans to axe 1,100 ash trees to manage emerald ash borer (

Treasurer takes aim at Ontario’s ‘underground economy’ to find $700M (

Grits plan $500M cut to education funding in Ontario, NDP say (

Ontario looking at e-signatures for real estate deals (

7 York establishments cited for violations (
November 18

How green is that bin? York Region residents have reason to wonder (

York Region Council bids chairperson Fisch a fond farewell (

Police, ministry urge drivers to be prepared with winter on way (

Ontario revenues off $509 million in months (

York Region community character champions honoured (

November 17

Early work begins on Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital Precinct ( Time

Vaughan makes some progress on its sustainability goals (

PowerStream Supports Clark Panel's Vision for Ontario's Electricity Distribution Sector (

La belle province takes its place at the McMichael gallery: See 50 works from master Quebec artists (

Life stories celebrated at Thornhill book launch (

Guelph’s losing battle with emerald ash borer was ‘inevitable’ (

Huge wind-farm appeal set to kick off (

Coyote attacks in western GTA bring in experts (

Phase one of new Mississauga Transitway opens Monday (

DriveTest Centre performance reports kept secret (