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October 10

Vaughan's downtown landmark set to rise (

Vaughan mayoral candidates give nod to lobbyist registry (

Advanced voting begins in Vaughan Oct. 11 (

Big veggie competitions, more at 167th annual Woodbridge Fall Fair (

York Region Children's Aid Society fights for rights of vulnerable children (

New Vaughan school named for Anne Frank (

Canada's Wonderland promises to take you to dark side with new zombie ride (

Conservatives to change copyright law, allowing free use of news content in political ads (

EI changes could cost Canada jobs: PBO (

Aurora council candidates suggest ways to improve communications, environment, recreation, transit (
October 9

Young hopeful Daniel DeVito eyes Vaughan’s mayoral seat (

Innovation Hubs (NRU)

Board enforces Richmond Hill OP heights (NRU)

King DCs under review (NRU)

Canada to step up screening for Ebola (

What Brampton’s three mayoral frontrunners are promising voters (

October 8

Ontario Investments in Transit Fostering Growth (

Social Planning Council of Toronto plans to launch a campaign to increase funding to community programs (

Two sitting councillors facing off in frosty Thornhill election battle (

Canada lacks Arctic vision: environment audit (

Attack ads take aim at Vaughan councillors seeking re-election (
October 7

Vaughan’s advance polls open at Promenade Saturday (

York Regional Police launch 911 text service (

3 teams to bid on Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital project (

York Region libraries collaborating to support area newcomers (

More than 19 York stylists help save lives this month (

Special lapel pin for veterans available in Thornhill (

Campaign funding, senior citizen housing discussed at East Gwillimbury all-candidates debate (

Transparency, communication top issues at Aurora all-candidates meeting (

Moving cost for election watchdog kept secret (
October 6

York Region seeks your input on transportation master plan (

Seniors, taxes, hospital top of mind in Vaughan Ward 4 (

Tabulators that made headlines in NB to be widely used in civic elections (

Ontario to tackle gender wage gap (

Newmarket election candidates leak confidential Glenway memo (