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September 12

It's official: Bevilacqua launches bid for Vaughan's top job (

Hwy. 404 extension could open Tuesday (

Controversial Thornhill Islamic project granted extension (

East Gwillimbury $50M east-west road closer to reality (

New campus would sit on land near Pan Am Centre (

Young Vaughan hero helps lost senior find way home (

Vaughan dancer takes top prize in CNE Rising Star competition (

More days, more ways to vote in Brampton’s Municipal Election (

September 11

Encouraging Innovation (NRU)

New Vision for Whitby (NRU)

Board says no to raising DCs (NRU)

Vaughan council rejects Muslim housing development (

$20 million GO Transit garage opens in East Gwillimbury (

Should the TTC join with other transit agencies? Board of trade report says yes (

September 10

Location for new York U. campus expected Thursday (

Meet your municipal candidates in Vaughan Ward 5 (

Thornhill’s Brown plays key role in upcoming Canadian film (

Premiers to promote trade in China — without Harper (

Ontario betting on Bell, Rogers to bid on lotto takeover (

Council meeting may prove costly for Susan Fennell (

September 9

York Region an Integral Leader in Digital Corridor (

Improving Access to Health Care Services in York Region (

Toronto’s transit failings confirmed in second study (

Top of the POPS: Toronto mapping privately owned public spaces (

Vaughan Film Festival brings Emmy-Award winning sound mixer to city (

OLG wants private firm to run lotteries (

TTC’s Spadina launch inspires streetcar envy on other lines (

GreenView: Habitat Destruction is the #1 Threat to the Survival of Animals (

September 8

GO electrification possible in 10 years, confirms Metrolinx CEO (

Mayoral candidates split on ranked balloting (

Barbecue twist added to Thornhill Terry Fox Run (

Toronto lags behind other cities in transit built over last decade: report (

Car club keeps street racing on track (

No plan to cut speed limit on Ontario’s residential streets, says Steve Del Duca (