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Feb. 20
Actress keynote speaker at Vaughan Black History event (

Photo radar back on York Region’s, erm, radar (

Fire destroys 9,500-sq.-ft. mansion in Thornhill (

East Gwillimbury council grills York Region reps over Bathurst Street work (

Prominent dignitaries lined up for Community Inclusivity Equity Council of York Region gala (

Aurora council seeks fast track for Hwy. 404 interchange at St. John’s Sideroad  (

Markham offered $2.5M for 2013 ice storm costs (

Hwy. 404 overpass impact studies questioned in Markham (

East Gwillimbury council sends staff back to drawing board with budget (

Ontario residents flood provincial website with budget ideas (

City set to close 35 outdoor Toronto rinks this weekend (

Auditor general's report says savings to city were overstated by nearly $100 million (
Feb. 19
Lobbyist registry, affordable housing on menu at Vaughan mayor’s luncheon (

Richmond Hill mid-rise - Awaiting decision (NRU)

Hamilton’s planning budget – Balancing act (NRU)

York moves to 4-year budget – Planning asks (NRU)

Brampton reinstates public question period (NRU)

Tap into Spring at the 2015 Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival (CNW)

Art gallery, dance company up for $100,000 at council (

Council to decide whether to study new Toronto taxes (

Peel to build $500-million incinerator (

Fire destroys 9,500-square-foot home that was under construction in Thornhill (
Feb. 18
Road repairs under fire at Stouffville council (

Toronto to get $22.5M as ice storm relief funds finally flow from Queen's Park (

Want to plant trees? Check out LSRCA seedling deal (

Toronto’s auditor general got nearly 700 fraud complaints in 2014 (

Surge in Freedom of Information requests to police, shortage of staff blamed for slow response rate (

Mayor John Tory finds warm reception from Justin Trudeau on transit, infrastructure help (

A yes shouldn’t last forever in Ontario’s urban planning (

Paid speeches allowed under Toronto city planner Jennifer Keesmaat’s contract (
Feb. 17
Region looks to trim proposed 3.8% tax increase (

Is York Region's debt too high? (

Markham, Vaughan shut out of big mayors’ caucus, Heath complains (

York Region crews ready to demolish Davis Drive building (

GTA’s newest incinerator fires up in Clarington (

Ontario needs to boost accessibility efforts (

Who’s really being ‘ripped off’ in transit planning? Not Scarborough (

Richmond Hill gets $1.1 M in interim ice storm relief (

Sparks fly over move to hire more councillor assistants in Richmond Hill (