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Dec. 11
Vaughan News

Kibble laced with antifreeze killed dog in Vaughan: York police (

PHOTO: Tower in Vaughan (

York Region News

Aurora creating new reserve to address infrastructure costs (

3-hour parking limit on all streets in East Gwillimbury (

Stouffville tax hike would pay for 11 new employees (

Markham to ban skating on Toogood pond (

East Gwillimbury wants more councillors as town grows (

Aurora making switch to LED streetlights (

Aurora’s 2016 budget hikes taxes by 1.8% (

Aurora council greenlights investigating options for indoor tennis facility (

York Region may raise taxes for transit, affordable housing beginning in 2017 (

Chinese top new York Region immigrants (

York Region collects up to $100M less in development charges (

GTA News

Mammoliti says city should put moratorium on collection of taxi licencing fees (

Toronto's taxi versus Uber landscape an 'obvious powder keg': Beck (

'Frustrating' wait for new taxi regulations: Tory (

If Uber is driven out of town, let’s hope the spirit of innovation doesn’t follow (

Legal skating coming back to Grenadier Pond (

Toronto most expensive in Canada for daycare: report (

Toronto city hall should stop gumming up GO Transit project (

Provincial News

'Legalize Uber' says former Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak (

High occupancy toll lanes coming to Hwy. 427 within five years (

Federal News

Electoral reform a job for the people, not the politicians (

Poor Policy Puts Canada Among World's Worst For Climate Change (

Aggressive temperature target on table as negotiators try to seal deal (
Dec. 10
Vaughan News

VINTAGE VAUGHAN: Great snowstorm of 1944 (

Crombie report on coordinated review - Integrating provincial plans (NRU)

GTA News

Inspiration Port Credit - Framework in place (NRU)

Oshawa plans for urban growth area - Downtown intensification (NRU)

Mississauga identifies rapid transit priorities (NRU)

Anti-Uber protest wraps up as police chief agrees to meet with taxi representatives (

Toronto suffers worst "traffic stretch" in Canada (

Mississauga’s new water levy boosts city tax hike to 11% (

Monster rail bridge, affordable housing, Gardiner, refugees on Toronto council agenda (

Toronto council approves water rate, garbage bin fee increase (

Refugees en route to Toronto, Montreal (

Provincial News

Fifteen new provincial ridings created (NRU)

Regional bylaw to regulate Uber on hold (

More rabies-infected raccoons found in Hamilton, Ontario (

Ontario’s economic outlook is brightening, businesses say (

Ontario vows to take action to end decline in undergrad education (

Federal News

Taxis, hotels, government: Don't be afraid of a little sharing (

How Liberals gauged response to high-income tax hike explains estimate gap (

Changes to B.C.’s climate-change law to depend on national targets (
Dec. 9
Vaughan News

PowerStream Named 'Greater Toronto's Top Employer' for Fifth Consecutive Year (

York Region News

Markham in process of approving 2016 budget (

Aurora council turns down offer to purchase Highland Gate (

Newmarket's strategic priorities discussed during open house (

GTA News

Monster rail bridge, affordable housing, Gardiner, refugees on Toronto council agenda (

Toronto taxi drivers plan rallies today to protest Uber (

Child Care Expenses: 10 Most Expensive Cities In Canada (

Halton Hills gets final payment from the Province for 2013 ice storm costs (

Five lessons Toronto could learn from New York’s transportation shift (

Parking pad? Not in your front yard: Keenan (

Brampton mayor does a 180 on staff costs, for herself (

Provincial News

Region puts off new taxi bylaw to summer (

26% of Ontario homeowners struggling to afford homes (

Ontario to invest $20 million in stations to charge up electric cars (

Budget battle comes down to transit fares (

Federal News

150 Syrian refugees expected in Toronto on Thursday (

Bank of Canada opens door to negative interest rates as oil, dollar sink (
Dec. 8
Vaughan News

Sick raccoons acting ‘drunk’ being spotted in Vaughan (

York among most accident-prone regions for drivers (

York Region News

Councillor unhappy with YRT service (

HOT toll lanes expected to include Hwy. 404 (

GTA News

Toronto taxis improving apps, service to compete with Uber (

‘I’ve got the message’: Tory asks cab industry not to proceed with planned protest (

Toronto ‘protected’ bike lanes routinely invaded, but proposed ticket-by-mail system might help (

How Mayor John Tory's trip to Paris might impact your garbage bin (

Provincial News

Toll lanes coming to the QEW (

Growth pains will worsen if we don’t tighten Greenbelt (

Federal News

Liberals’ middle-class tax cut to cost federal treasury $1.2-billion per year (

Liberals detail how they will roll back TFSA contribution limits (

Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba sign agreement to link cap-and-trade systems (

Liberal transparency reforms subject to 'review' next year (
Dec. 7
Vaughan News

Mayor Bevilacqua interviewed by CP24 at the City of Vaughan Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Dec. 3 (CP24)

Mayor Bevilacqua interviewed by CP24 on Dec. 3 to promote the Vaughan toy drive (

City of Vaughan hosting menorah lighting for Chanukah (

Vaughan seeking volunteers for cycling/pedestrian committee (

York Region News

Newmarket likely setting up lobbyist registry for upcoming waste contract (

Aurora council expected to OK permit parking at Town Park (

Afternoon town council meetings making a comeback in Stouffville (

Social enterprise key part of Richmond Hill’s soon-to-open Hub housing (

Restaurant at Newmarket's Magna Centre may become fitness facility (

York Region landowners can help Ontario increase tree cover (

United Way Toronto & York Region launches Career Navigator (

GTA News

Taxi drivers protesting Uber move inside city hall (

John Tory says Uber injunction not on the table (

Provincial News

Queen's Park adds 15 more MPPs (

Ontario’s green energy botch-up a lesson for those fighting climate change (

Ontario to announce details for high-occupancy toll lanes this morning (

Federal News

Liberals to announce that changes to federal tax brackets won’t add up (

Trudeau offers another chance to make Parliament work (

Quebec passes animal protection law (