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Feb. 6
Pleasant Ridge Library Opening Celebration (Snapd Vaughan East and Woodbridge)

Vaughan Staff Shows Support For United Way Of York Region (Snapd Vaughan East)

Ward 4 Civic Hero Award Presented To Lisa Cantkier (Snapd Vaughan East)

Council Signs Vaughan Accord (Snapd Vaughan East and Woodbridge)

Culture Talks Summit (Snapd Vaughan East)

Chinese New Year Welcomes The Year Of The Sheep (Snapd Vaughan East)

Toronto FC Announces USL Pro Team (Snapd Vaughan East and Woodbridge)

You're invited to celebrate Winterfest in Vaughan this weekend (

Vaughan elementary students help buy 145 dairy goats (

Why spend $15K on York Region council retreat?, York U professor asks (

Aurora poised to approve switch to clear garbage bags (

Rail is key to reducing traffic congestion, not new highways (

MP calls stench from Markham medical grow-up 'appalling' (

Councillor opposes prohibiting amount of time election signs can be set up (

Canada’s big city mayors confident of clout in federal election (

Oil pipeline that runs through Mississauga still off (

Georgina development charge fight ends after 3-year battle (

Georgina has no intention of levying ‘scary’ tax increase (

Susan Fennell cleared of criminal wrongdoing (
Feb. 5
Richmond Hill derailment prompts calls for improved safety (

TTC safety upgrades already standard on York Region buses (

Citizens safety at risk without support: fire chief for Newmarket and Aurora (

Mississauga planning: BUDGET BREAKDOWN (NRU)

New regional chair talks to NRU: PLANNING PEEL’S GROWTH (NRU)

GTA IN BRIEF: Council approves casino (NRU)

GTA IN BRIEF: Oakville approves 2015 rates and fees (NRU)

GTA IN BRIEF: Brampton considers lobbyist and gift registries (NRU)

GTA IN BRIEF: Barrie launches new pass for recreation centres (NRU)

Canadian cities to weigh loss of long-form census for community planning (

Five issues that are bound to come up at the Big Cities Summit (

Canada Post can expect pushback from city (

Ontarians Share Their Ideas to Help Build Ontario Up (

Water rates, garbage bin fees hiked in Toronto budget (

Councillors adopt 2015 hiring freeze (

Delay of Upper York Sewage Solution could stall growth in northern York Region (

Barrie considering evening, weekend parking fee (

Council looking at lowering speed limit in Beeton (

Voters like Internet voting, survey shows (

Mississauga's Tree Canopy is Increasing (

City looks at dolling out $3M in grants (

Lord’s Prayer not coming back to Brampton council meetings for now (

Susan Fennell wants $450,000 from Brampton, claims she was wrongly punished (

Stripping down the city’s bylaw on adult entertainment (
Feb. 4
Toronto FC now has ‘a little brother’ in TFC II (

Spadina subway extension to Vaughan could face delay again (

City to consider participatory budgeting process (

Waterloo pledges public involvement in budget on the heels of secrecy criticism (

Noise bylaw exemption tied to Pan Am Game (

Orillia clamping down on election signage (

Halifax council agrees to study reforming campaign finances (

Why reducing speed limit to 40 km/h is a dead end (

Charles Sousa cool to carbon tax in upcoming budget (

New tactics needed on climate change (

China eager to bring bullet train expertise to Ontario (

Business is picking up at garbage upstart Green for Life (
Feb. 3
Toronto’s battle against ash borer beetle not going as well as hoped (

Crosswalk would help GO train riders cross Stouffville's Main St. (

City staff proposes $8.4M in cuts, fee hikes to Sudbury budget (

Cambridge council passes 2015 budget unchanged (

TTC riders welcome service boost but resist fare increase (

John Baird to resign from cabinet (

Storm cleanup to cost city $500,000 (

Even if you borrow to carve out rental space, you can get ahead financially (
Feb. 2
Aurora draft budget includes 6.1% increase (

Former MPP, councillor joins 5 others in vying for Liberal candidacy in King-Vaughan (

Former regional councillor joins crowded Liberal race in new King-Vaughan riding (

Semi-pro women's soccer team comes to Vaughan (

Underground tour of TTC’s Toronto-York Spadina subway extension ( )

Is a new GTA West highway the answer to commuter woes? (

Feds must do more on infrastructure: premiers (

Whoops! Toronto had an election that overlooked the city’s giant budget gap (

East Gwillimbury extends bylaw prohibiting growth of medical marijuana (

More ash trees in Guildwood to be cut down due to beetle infestation (

NCC won't replace most diseased ash trees it cuts until 2018 or later, report says (

Transit riders should be rewarded, not punished (

Give snowplows lots of room, or prepare to be sliced (

Canada's big city mayors ready to push urban agenda (

GO expands Wi-Fi to more stations (

Pan Am Games costing you plenty (