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September 5

Whole new world underground for TTC crews constructing Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station (

Vaughan's new mobile app connects voters with municipal election info (

Meet and Greet Vaughan candidates vying for your vote in municipal election (

Shefman eyes growth, transit issues in bid for re-election (

West Woodbridge FedEx distrubtion centre gets go-ahead  (

UPDATED: Controversial Islamic project proposal nixed by Vaughan councillors (

Pitch for new York Region campus cost Aurora $22.5K (

Website will keep Aurora residents informed about snow plow service (

Bylaw department, candidates raise concerns as Richmond Hill election heats up (

September 4

OP policies questioned: TOWNHOUSE THREAT (NRU)

Markham is the preferred location for new York campus (

Candidates asked to take the Active Communities Pledge: ROADS FOR ALL (NRU)

GTHA municipal election update: RACES TO WATCH (NRU)

Vaughan Block 40/47 Secondary Plan (NRU)

Rob Ford reveals plan for $9B, 32-kilometre subway expansion (

September 3

Yeung Racco enters Vaughan municipal race (

Interfaith exhibition in Thornhill celebrates three different faiths (

York Region’s Ninth Line transformation rolls out (

Commuters take note: Hwy. 427 facelift coming (

York Small Business Enterprise Centre hosts import/export conference (

Hate symbol drawn on United Jewish Appeal sign in Thornhill (

Official Opening Ceremony For Spring Blossom Park (

Official Opening Ceremony For Village Green Park (

Province aims to curb distracted driving with harsher penalties (

Brampton audit investigation could stay with Peel police (

September 2

Woodbridge ratepayers worry FedEx proposal headed for OMB may nix concessions (

Newmarket may seek partners to provide high-speed Internet in business corridors (

Nobleton councillor's gripe over spending grates on some (

6 of the most expensive mansions for sale in York Region (

Liberals pondering mandatory voting (

Resident upset two large maples felled at Gage Park (