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Sept. 4
Vaughan News

Trying to make Vaughan more age-friendly (Vaughan Citizen)

Family ties force Vaughan councillor to declare multiple conflicts (

Horizon Utilities officials delay merger talks with city (

Ware Malcomb opens new office in Vaughan, Ont. (

York Region News

Ash borer hitting Stouffville trees (

YMCA, servicing big priorities for East Gwillimbury (

Aurora seeks new Hwy. 404 interchange (

Aurora conducting survey on resident-run community garden (

Hiring freeze proposal gets chilly reception from Aurora council (

Newmarket boasts new municipal website (

Newmarket continues search for snow dump alternative (

GTA News

Mayor John Tory sponsoring Syrian family, in wake of refugee crisis (

Pull Muzik’s liquor licence: councillors (

Provincial News

PC Leader Patrick Brown wins Simcoe North byelection (

Tenants landing on MaRS (

Federal News

Analysts expect Canada to maintain interest rates until 2017 (

Immigration Minister Chris Alexander suspends re-election campaign (

Her suspension expired, Sen. Pamela Wallin returns to work (

Yukon MP tackles, arrests woman vandalising his election sign (
Sept. 3
Vaughan News

Election 2015 Seat Projections: Some Tory Cabinet Ministers At Risk Of Losing (

York Region News

Sewage backup East Gwillimbury growth (NRU)

Community hubs: Georgina learns from The Link (NRU)


Fifty years later, just about everyone loves Toronto’s weird, unlikely City Hall (

Mystery solved behind old ballot boxes discovered at community centre (

Brampton mayor calls for referendum on LRT debate (

Newmarket council wants input on its code of conduct (

Solar energy project plan for Stouffville arena dead (

Federal election preview: races to watch (NRU)

Provincial News

Ontario looks to reform rules governing pay for suspended officers (

Ontario says it can’t get data on effectiveness of carding for current review (

Ottawa parking spots to become parks, patios in one-year trial (

Provincial growth implementation (NRU)

Federal News

Winnipeg trees won't be wrapped this year to protect from cankerworms (

Deficit battle lines a question of government’s economic role (

Lobbyists are being punished for all the wrong, insignificant reasons (

Europe's migrant crisis now a Canadian election issue (

Taxpayers reimburse parties for expenses (National Post - print)
Sept. 2
Vaughan News

City of Vaughan seeks feedback on city hall events, programs (

From Saanich to St. John's: What rent costs across Canada (

Cara Operations bulks up with New York Fries (

York Region News

King Township Council moves ahead with draft noise bylaw (

United Way launches $100-million fundraising campaign (

Main Street's Old Fire Hall should become a parking lot, says Newmarket councillor (

GTA News

Time running out for Brampton to make decision on new transit line (

Tory discussed potential Toronto Olympic bid with Wynne (

Mississauga mayor says more information needed for Olympic bid (

Sign wars already starting in Mississauga with federal election months away (

Town of Oakville to begin cutting down EAB infested trees next week (

Provincial News

Safety minister vows to end ‘arbitrary’ police checks as Ontario wraps up consultation on new rules (

Federal News

A snapshot of what’s ailing - and what’s improving - in Canada’s economy (

Recession data provides new fuel for party leaders on campaign trail (
Sept. 1
Vaughan News

MP Fantino and Mayor Bevilacqua Make Announcement (

Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park (

Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park (

Human Endeavour Community BBQ (

Major changes to Thornhill club coming next summer (


Toronto can’t afford cost of bidding or hosting Olympics, councillors say (

Massive investments still required to solve city flooding (

Provincial News

Arbitration system unfair to municipalities: Cornwall Mayor O'Shaughnessy (

Federal News

Housing-affordability gap in Toronto, Vancouver widens (

Half of Canadian voters undecided: poll (

Alberta issues bleak economic report (

Experimental program to offer points for healthy behaviour (
August 31
Vaughan News

Ontario Soccer body unveils new playpen in Vaughan (

Portraits of Giving Exhibit comes to Richmond Hill in September (

Musicians, politicians support Alesandro’s Wish to Walk in Vaughan park (

York Region News

PowerStream Begins Building Unique Backup Power Supply System (

What homeowners can do to avoid rooming house blues (

Courting controversy: Push for public basketball courts runs up against misguided fears (

GTA News

At 50, Toronto’s City Hall is still ahead of the curve (

Land-transfer tax keeps city from return to cash crises (

Sticky fingers deprive city of special artifacts, from cannons to 300-pound sculptures (

Oakville mayor apologizes for controversial comment on veterans’ work for Harper (

Collingwood holding public meeting on Emerald Ash Borer (

Provincial News

Amazing little buggers (

Federal News

How much will wind storm clean-up cost? Only time will tell (

Economists cut Canada’s growth projection, casting cloud on election pledges (

Early writ drop forces media outlets to shake-up their election coverage (