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April 10
Vaughan News

Vaughan integrity boss to release findings of code of conduct probe (

Trails plan for Vaughan, King sure to please hikers, bikers, horseback riders (

EDITORIAL: Three cheers for Vaughan arts, culture champs (

Toronto approves TTC plan for Spadina subway build reset (

York Region News

Sewage capacity constrains size of East Gwillimbury housing development (

York Regional Police officer will speak at Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity Symposium (

$100K grant means new model of transportation on way to Georgina (

Mental health services now closer to York Region residents (

Land use plans leave ‘legacy for children’: STORM Coalition policy analyst (

GTA News

‘Defeat is not an option,’ Mayor John Tory says of ‘raccoon-proof’ green bin (

Leaside councillor proposes stop-sign cameras (

Accessibility laws not enforced: advocates (

John Tory ‘aggravated’ by Nathan Philips Square renovations, now $20 million overbudget and 3 years overdue (
April 9
Vaughan News

Modifications to Vaughan OP (NRU)

York Region News


Residents can help with Aurora street sweeping program (

GTA News

Mississauga mid-rise: CHALLENGING CONTEXT (NRU)

Metrolinx releases results of 2014 survey (NRU)

First set of indicators released: MEASURING GREENBELT PERFORMANCE (NRU)

Community effort to tidy Welland's streets (

Tory promise of balanced-budget law panned (

Forward-thinking technology to help all Durham residents breathe easy in future (

GTA city planners need a reality check: Hume (

Can Toronto solve its traffic woes with big data? (

Fewer parking tickets yield more revenue for Toronto (
April 8
Vaughan News

CanLyme board member Rossana Magnotta will be presented with the Philanthropic Business Person of the Year Award in Vaughan, Ontario (

York Region News

Detached home price tops $1M in Markham, Richmond Hill (

GTA News

Provinces should lead on reducing carbon, say economists (

U-Live launched to promote affordable living development in the Greenbelt (

Ontario spending $25M on cycling plans (

Federal funding aimed at improving accessibility (

John Tory wants to use data to ease congestion (

$1.2 billion contract awarded to extend Highway 407 in Durham (

Brampton council embarks on long road to financial redemption (
April 7
Vaughan News

Vaughan tax hike OK'd: Average tax bill now just under $5K a year (

City of Vaughan 2015 Budget (OMNI Italian TV)

What does your office look like from a wheelchair? (

Transit and trees focus of ratepayer meeting (

Business community welcomes merger of Hydro One Brampton with other power companies (

York Region

Hogg was top spender on regional council in 2014 (

York Region’s tab to keep Vaughan subway on track could hit $92M more (

Housing, transit ‘huge’ issues for impoverished (

Frank Scarpitti questions expenses claimed by Maddie Di Muccio while she was Newmarket councillor (

Newmarket may take on larger sidewalk snowclearing job (

Newmarket takes step forward on artificial turf field (

Markham ordered to reconsider its secrecy on failed arena project (

Aurora council whittles tax increase down to 4% (

Blue Dot environmental commitment confirmed by Richmond Hill council (

Water meter inaccuracy costs Newmarket $500,000 per year, says report (

Community garden could sprout up in Sunnyridge park (

GTA News

Backyard composting could mean savings for Aurora taxpayers (

Federal budget should include $1 billion for public transit: Editorial (

Federal budget scheduled for April 21 (