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Jan. 9
United Way's Toronto and York Region chapters set to merge (

ADAPT program for people with disabilities seeks support from Region of York (

York Region 911 calls spike during extreme cold (

Treading carefully on tobogganing (

Technical rescue - Department certifies all members in NFPA 1006 competencies (

The top environmental stories for Toronto in 2015 (
Jan. 8
Vaughan kicks off public meetings to debate taxes, spending (

Parents on Twitter criticize York Region school board for not cancelling buses due to extreme cold (

Water Management – Risky Business (NRU)

York Region – Committee Handbook (NRU)

Vaughan Settlement for Fedex Site (NRU)

2014 Council Inauguration ( and (

City of Vaughan Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony (

3rd Annual Festival of Lights (

Menorah Lighting Ceremony at City Hall (
Jan. 7
Extreme cold front heading for York Region (

Proposed highway to pave parts of Greenbelt proving controversial (

Star rookie Wiggins top of his NBA class (

Ontario Court of Appeal to weigh restrictions on expats’ voting rights (

Is it worth outsourcing trash pick-up? Mayor and team want proof (
Jan. 6
NEWSMAKER: York regional chairperson Emmerson vows to learn more about local concerns (

NEWSMAKER: Group brings mobile health unit to youth in need (

NEWSMAKERS: Thanks for nothing, Mother Nature (

DINE SAFE: Vaughan sushi restaurant cited for health violation (

What’s on Toronto’s transit horizon in 2015? (

It’s time for the GTA to come together, Wynne says (
Jan. 5
Q & A with Vaughan Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua (

IN WITH THE NEW: Vaughan needs hospital by 2019, regional councillor Ferri says  (

Ice storm was big story of 2014: Shefman (

Gridlock was and remains top story: Yeung Racco (

Vaughan city hall closed over holidays, but most services just click away  (

W Network says ‘yes to the dress’ at Woodbridge bridal shop (

Markham budget discussions will start this month (

Proposed highway to pave parts of Greenbelt proving controversial (

Vaughan's municipal art collection to grow with 8th instalment of juried art show (

NEWSMAKERS: Newmarket mayor strives to improve town’s economic viability (

Wooden CN Rail caboose once a fixture in Woodbridge finds new home in Toronto's Roundhouse Park (

New Year’s Eve ‘hotel’ campaign by York police gets positive attention (

NEWSMAKERS: Aurora residents gear up for development battle (

NEWSMAKERS: Zanotti leads charge for United Way of York Region (

Ontario driving exam company failed to properly road test truckers, report says (

VAUGHAN: 2014 year of activism, heroism and magic on the court (

Attack on Parliament had big impact: Kent (

NEWSMAKERS: Ice storm cripples many parts of region (

GTA residents are not ready to see their ash trees chopped down (

Two provincial elections big story: Martow (

Council must deal with development charges (

IN WITH THE NEW: Wayne Emerson takes York Region's helm (

Parks Commission plan to deal with ash borer impact (

IN WITH THE NEW: Find Aurora recreation activities at fingertips with app (

Tobogganing under threat in U.S. and Canada: Cities instituting bans after sledding injuries lead to lawsuits (