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November 7

York Region’s garbage-to-fuel-pellet program trashed (

York Region seeks your input on official, master plans (

Winter looks better than last year for York Region  (

Event Shines Spotlight on York Region's Surprisingly Robust Gaming Scene (

No truck traffic, 800 'local' jobs at Stouffville trade centre (

Province to consider changes to conflict of interest law (

Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell threatens to sue councilors (
November 6

TTC head seeks to speed up construction of Spadina extension line (

TTC got what it paid for on Spadina subway, says transit chair (

Ontario targets invasive species (

Twitter campaign invites you to tweet who you will remember on Remembrance Day (

Bill seeks to end escarpment act – Municipal Governance Favoured (NRU)

Creating a hub for e-Democracy – Engaging the Digital Citizen (NRU)

Vaughan severance approved (NRU)

Vaughan OP partially approved (NRU)

Limited large deals cause developers to realize the potential in catering to smaller-footprint tenants (Avison Young)
November 5

Spadina subway to York could be delayed — again (

TransCanada proceeds with Canadian Mainline system enhancements (

United Way York Region seeks your input in quest to end homelessness (

Win tickets to Vaughan Film Festival at Thursday's launch (

Arts Exposed Conference promotes thinking big (

Sorbara autobiography sure to hit home for many in Vaughan (
November 4

York Region ends contract with company turning garbage into fuel pellets (

Council approves Dufferin development in Thornhill (Thornhill Post)

Portraits of Giving Arrives at the Vaughan City Hall (

Bookfest (

Ontario government holding up funding: Oliver (

Making life, not just buildings, accessible for disabled (

November 3

Police launch pedestrian safety campaign in York Region (

Shop till you drop at Vaughan Mills as expansion opens (

Haunted House in Thornhill scaring up donations (

Pierre Berton Resource Library's 10th Birthday (SNAP Woodbridge)

$100M trade centre means 800 jobs for Stouffville (

Carbon monoxide detectors saving lives: Firefighters (

Canada must act soon on climate change: group (

Huawei investment to bring jobs to Markham (

With Susan Fennell gone, Brampton looks to repair its image (