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October 24

MP Kent calls Ottawa tragedy ‘terrifying’; Vaughan lowers flags to half-mast (

LETTERS: On-site polling station in Vaughan helpful to seniors (

Vaughan mayoral candidates weigh in on traffic, taxes, social programs (

Advanced voting down in Markham, despite added day (

Easier than ever to get flu shot (

New buses for York Region come with savings (

Distracted driving fines could jump to $1,000 (

Vaughan Mills officially opens 50-store expansion to the public (

October 23

Municipal Leaders for the Greenbelt (NRU)

Municipal elections Monday: Home Stretch (NRU)

Hearing set for Vaughan appeal (NRU)

Ombud: loopholes in unlicensed daycare system (

‘Why’ loses out in flurry of opinion polls in municipal election: Porter (

Developers shifting sights to two-bedroom condos (

Toronto Police ramping up public presence after recent incidents (

October 22

Debate heats up as Vaughan regional hopefuls discuss hospital, attack ads (

Chopping down trees only solution to Emerald ash borer (

Powerstream to run 'floating' price pilot program (

PowerStream Customers Can Take Advantage of New Pricing Plan (

Ministry of Labour orders bike racks removed on certain TTC buses (

October 21

Advance polls draw record number of Torontonians (

Sign wars waged on Richmond Hill streets and in social media (

Aurora earns bronze in service delivery (

Toxic dirt dumped in Ontario’s prime farmland (

Caledon candidates' flyers end up in the trash (

Toronto’s affordable housing shortage sparks growth of illegal suburban rooming houses (

October 20

Candidates endorsed by municipal workers union (

Why Students Need to hit the Ballot Box (

Voters should pick York Region chairman: Councillor(

Newmarket mayoral, regional councillor candidates offer ideas for improving voter turnout (

As Toronto dithers, Guelph sets sights on 21st century (

Ontario's legislature resumes today (