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July 31
Vaughan News

Canada's birthday brings cash for Vaughan projects (

10-bed hospice planned in Vaughan (

Canadians anticipate green light for Italian driver’s license (

91 freight cars collide after runaway train incident in Vaughan: CN (

Baby accidentally locked inside car in Vaughan parking lot (

York Region News

Signal timing around York Region left reporter seeing red at times (

Newmarket dog park to open Aug. 8 (

CHATS, partner groups give York Region seniors transportation big boost with iRIDEPlus (

No clear factor behind declining crime rate in York Region, Canada (

Oak Ridges councillor appealing audit over controversial mailout (

East Gwillimbury Council OKs sugar gliders as pets (

GTA News

TTC to mull hiking cash fares in 2016 (

Uber Canada’s hush-hush policy is standard stuff, say insurers (

Provincial News

Gardens sprout in London community mailbox sites as locals oppose Canada Post (

Ontario launches public consultations into police carding (

Federal News

Breaking down the costs of an extended election campaign (

Ottawa slammed for refusing to help run Ontario pension plan (
July 30
Vaughan News

How an Ontario mayor is using values-driven change management to set his city on track for success (

Municipal Elections Act - Councils weigh in (NRU)

As temperatures rise in the GTA, police respond to more cases of dogs in hot cars (

York Region News

Whitchurch-Stouffville wants jobs - Caught in the middle (NRU)

Markham seniors told they can stay put (

Federal money for park, seniors’ projects in Stouffville (

Disabled people cannot walk Newmarket's Davis Drive, senior says (

GTA News

Peel debates DC by-law - Consultation continues (NRU)

Town of Milton mistakenly cuts down 100 trees on farm (

Toronto rules can’t keep pace with new apps (

Provincial News

Niagara councillor's gay marriage comments spark backlash (

Federal News

Longer federal election campaign will cost taxpayers millions more (

Federal election campaign could kick off on weekend if Parliament dissolved (

Tories want massive free trade deal signed before election (

Transport Canada announces new safety rules in wake of Lac-Megantic (

July 29
Vaughan News

Federal funding to be provided through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program and enabling accessibility fund (

Video: Dogs left in cars during heat alert (

'Leave your dog at home!' (

York Region News

Richmond Hill takes action on illegal signs (

Newmarket hospital step closer to building hospice (

Cool down with the Town of Newmarket (

York police respond to 4 calls about dogs left in hot cars (

GTA News

HOV lanes a boost for GO bus commuters, sys Metrolinx (

Toronto still discussing possible Expo 2025 bid (

Provincial News

Hydro One leads most complained-about government agencies, Ontario ombud says (

Federal News

Olivia Chow to re-enter federal politics as NDP candidate (

Ottawa scrambles to solve secret document breach by Anonymous (

Foreign visitors to Canada to face electronic screening (
July 28
Vaughan News

PowerStream adds 2.6 megawatts of solar generation projects (

York Region News

Heat warning issued for York Region (

Police in York Region respond to 5 calls for pets locked in cars (

Ways to beat the heat in Newmarket, Aurora and East Gwillimbury (

GTA News

33 TTC bus and streetcar route services to be improved (

Majority of Torontonians support Olympic bid: Poll (

Chris Selley: Norm Kelly’s Twitter renaissance a lesson for all politicians (

Parents scrambling as time runs out for Markham daycare (

Provincial News

Higher fines mean tough road ahead for distracted drivers in Ontario (

Federal News

Conservatives hiding budget details ahead of election, opposition says (
July 27
York Region News

YOUR VIEW: Growth has created divided communities (

Could Stouffville, Aurora, Newmarket build joint library? (

GTA News

Pan Am Games closing ceremony ‘a victory celebration’ for Toronto (

The Pan Ams are over. Now what? (

Time for Toronto to seize the moment on Olympic bid: DiManno (

Resident files conflict of interest claims against Caledon mayor, councilor (

Don't give the rich their own traffic lane: Mallick (

Provincial News

Guelph’s city-owned trees getting the EAB treatment (

Kathleen Wynne urges teachers’ unions, school boards to resume bargaining (

Federal News

NDP would legislate return of door-to-door mail delivery if necessary (

Stephen Harper swears off new Senate appointments (