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April 17
Vaughan News

Sparks fly over Vaughan deputy mayor ethics probe (

Federal Gas Tax Fund supports infrastructure in Vaughan (

PHOTO CHALLENGE: 20-Minute Makeover in Vaughan (

LETTERS: Grade 5 students tackle littering, green space, over-development in Vaughan (

Four Ontario Electric Utilities Pursue Merger (

York Region News

Construction complete on new transit facility in York Region (

You can help stop paradise from being paved (

Welcome home: York's Welcome Centres offer new beginnings (

Newmarket's Davis Drive project expected to continue into 2016 (

East Gwillimbury water, wastewater rates may go up $96 this year (

East Gwillimbury council ponders zoning review of Queensville Plan (

Aurora council considers sites for medical marijuana production facility (

GTA News

Premier moves Tory’s SmartTrack a little further down the line (
April 16
Vaughan News

New law makes carbon monoxide detectors mandatory (

York Region News

Park and Ride expansion at Davis Drive and Highway 404 (

Golf course plan draws concerns - Fitting into Aurora (NRU)

Town amps up tourism efforts - Putting King on the map (NRU)

Regional Planning Challenges (NRU)

Province will erect noise barriers along Hwy. 404 extension (

Markham set to hire auditor general (

GTA News

Brampton council to vote on policy - Adding secondary suites (NRU)

Brampton council hears staff let developer off the hook - to the tune of $1.4 million (

Toronto garbage collector GFL improves safety grade (

Liberals will sell 60% of Hydro One to fund transit infrastructure (

By-law News

City girds for superbox battle with Canada Post (
April 15
Vaughan News

Vaughan's integrity commissioner has released a report condemning the conduct of Michael Di Biase, a regional councillor and the city's deputy mayor. (

York Region News

Ajax councillor reinstated, cleared of wrongdoing (

GTA News

Minister of state Candice Bergen visits Newmarket to announce $450K in employment program funding (

TTC, Bechtel sign project management contract for Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (

Community council moves to lower speed limits on East York, old Toronto streets (

Greenhouse gas plan will cost consumers (

Ontario to release budget on April 23 (
April 14
Vaughan News

Di Biase's lawyer claims ‘bias’ by Vaughan's integrity commissioner (

UPDATED: Di Biase lawyer slams Vaughan integrity boss's ethics probe (

Vaughan city staff took 'courage' to denounce Coun. Michael Di Biase, ethics czar says (
Trust lacking among city staff in Vaughan, audit finds (

York Region News

Improving Transportation for Youth, Seniors, Persons Living With Disabilities (

GTA News

TTC completes Wi-Fi installation at two more subway stations (

Rec file on commissioner's radar (

TTC hires firm to manage troubled Spadina subway extension (

Carbon pricing comes to Ontario; feds object (

Crossing guards in Barrie's sights (

Price tag on Gardiner East proposal more than $900-million, assessment to say (
April 13
Vaughan News

Vaughan's deputy mayor focus of ethics probe (

Vaughan councillor abusive to staff, broke tendering rules to help local contractor: integrity commissioner (

PowerStream Recognized for Its 'Environmental Leadership' (

LIFESTORIES: Vaughan teacher left a lasting legacy of caring (

York Region News

Stouffville 'open for business' but there are constraints: Mayor (

The Local: Pushing boundaries up and out in Thornhill (

East Gwillimbury launching speed limit pilot program (

Revised figures show Newmarket saw increase of 570 jobs, not 100 (

Markham wants 60 days to review release of secret arena documents (

GTA News

Cities that ring Toronto boast unemployment below 6% (

Ontario to adopt ‘cap and trade system’ on limiting greenhouse gas emissions (

Toronto striving for green spaces in a growing city (

TTC selects company to handle completion of Spadina subway extension (