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Feb. 27
Nominate someone for the Vaughan green hero award (

Developers fret over major project delays in York Region (

REVIEW: Chilling exhibit on climate change at McMichael Gallery may shift viewer's focus (

Climate change from an artists's perspective (

York Region collision investigations become financial hot potato (

Nobleton sewers project receives first green light (

Vaughan woman who goes extra mile bestowed with Governor General's Caring Canadian Award (

Stouffville mayor has big ideas for downtown (

Downtown Stouffville merchants sound off for mayor, council (

East Gwillimbury council shoots down jamboree proposal (

COLUMN: Have your say on how Newmarket should invest your taxes (

Aurora council turns down request to increase snow removal service for remainder of winter (

Former Toronto mayor David Crombie to lead Greenbelt panel (

Brampton staff misled council on land deal, lawsuit alleges (

Ombudsman André Marin, other watchdogs must reapply when contracts expire (

Three things to do in Toronto this weekend: Feb. 27 – Mar. 1 (
Feb. 26
Vaughan values section 37: FORMULA APPROACH (NRU)


Durham Region budget PLANNING PRIORITIES (NRU)

Ajax appealing Pickering destination TRAFFIC GAMBLE (NRU)

Thornhill residential complex approved (NRU)

5 single-detached dwellings recommended in Vaughan (NRU)

Q&A: Understanding York Region's $2.5B debt (

2015 Aurora Living Residents' Guide arriving in this week's Banner (

It’s easy to recycle and compost in Durham (

Newmarket wants $55.75 more from you in 2015 (

Expect to pay about $55 more if draft budget approved (

Newmarket to set restrictions for Ray Twinney Recreation Complex snow dumping site (

More fees deferred for proposed rental project in Newmarket (

Aurora council votes to develop sport plan (

Toronto councillors want more skating at rinks, Grenadier pond (

City opts to revert to feudal measures to get icy sidewalks cleared (
Feb. 25
Firefighters battle blaze at Vaughan golf course (

Pan Am torch relay to visit all York communities (

Fire destroys building at Eagle’s Nest Golf Club in Vaughan (

Fire destroys maintenance building at Eagle’s Nest Golf Club in Maple (

Have your say on roads, sidewalks, trails, Stouffville (

Gravel trucks could roll through Stouffville overnight during Pan Am Games despite ban (

Vote Bay-Bloor pedestrian scramble closer to dying (

Former Mississauga mayor has new job at 94 (

Tim Hortons replaces GFL as city rink sponsor (

Ontario to reduce enforcement of accessibility law (

Richmond Hill and OMB face off in a duel over parkland and developers (
Feb. 24
Sweet! Maple Syrup Festival on tap this weekend in Stouffville, Woodbridge (

Groups ask court to reject new voter ID rules (

Outdoor rink open at Whipper Billy Watson Park in Newmarket (

Mayor John Tory's approval rating remains high: poll (

Richmond Hill pet educator contract may be extended (

Trudeau talks infrastructure with mayors, federal candidates in Oakville (

Fire destroys maintenance building at golf course in Vaughan (

Pan Am Games torch relay route revealed (
Feb. 23
York Region council eyes regional tax hike of less than 3% (

Businesses reopen after gas leak in Thornhill prompts evacuation (

Former MPP Racco no longer in federal race (

2 Vaughan senior staffers depart (

Two senior bureaucrats in Vaughan resign (

Police face new priorities as York Region changes (

Councillor Michael Thompson pushes for strategy outlining future of Aurora sports (

60 new parking spots earmarked for Maple GO station (

Corporate donors step up to keep Toronto skating rinks open (

Thornhill City Centre nearing its final stage (

Stouffville farmers’ market in council’s hands (

City of Toronto Recognized for Support of Local Wood Industry (

EDITORIAL: Take it back to drawing board, region (

Five fun things going on in York Region this weekend (

New liability, insurance rules for railways (

Doane Road construction pushed back (

Montreal more than triples money destined to plant, protect trees (