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July 10
Vaughan News

Vaughan's field of dreams becomes reality (

Driveway damage irks Vaughan woman (

Vaughan MP Fantino confirms he will seek re-election (

PowerStream Supporting City of Markham's Globalfest (

York Region News

Feline fans feel frisky as Markham cat adoption centre OK'd (

Markham designated for French services under provincial language act (

Medical pot growers battle to unionize (

Georgina collects $25K in weekend parking fees (

Driveway ‘toy’ bylaw must change, Keswick resident says (

GTA News

Missed garbage pickup complaints rise in east, fall in west (

Climate change fight will help global economy, Al Gore tells Toronto conference (

Let the Pan Am Games begin, already (

Provincial News

Ontario Liberals mark their territory to keep budget watchdog at bay (

Federal News

B.C. residents ‘drought shame’ neighbours as water rules tighten (
July 9
Vaughan News

Gaming at back of Moka cafe where 2 were killed: Cops (

TFCII Home Opener in Vaughan (

GTA News

Council approves expanded gambling at Woodbine Racetrack (

Toronto council votes to create new rules to govern both Uber and taxis (

Brampton puts off decision on $386-million light rail project (

Protesters block traffic near climate change, economic summits in Toronto (

Provincial News

Ottawa censors majority of Access to Information requests (

Ontario budget watchdog hits government brick wall (

Tories skip Ontario's infrastructure wish list, fund university expansion (

Walkable neighbourhoods and physical activity (NRU)

Oshawa extends incentives: encouraging rental (NRU)

Barrie invests in historic train station: future of Allandale (NRU)

Ajax begins ZBL review: engaging on intensification (NRU)

Federal News

Cannabis oil, fresh marijuana now available following Supreme Court decision (

NDP narrowly favoured to win election, Globe model predicts (

California governor criticizes Tories over climate change policies at summit (
July 8
GTA News

Brampton LRT vote will break record for public participation (

Before and After: Pan Am puts pressure on Toronto construction projects (

Provincial News

Ontario Chamber of Commerce calls for cheaper hydro (

‘Fire-Medic’ proposal pits firefighters against paramedics (
Federal News

Canada doesn’t need new measures to boost economy, Finance Minister Joe Oliver says (
July 7
York Region News

New policies geared to protect northern York Region's drinking water in effect (

Residents want Stouffville mayor's election expenses audited (

GTA News

Council set to debate Woodbine gambling expansion (

Toronto mayor John Tory promises taxi overhaul, ‘fair regulation’ following Uber ruling (

Toronto hotels see empty rooms pre-Pan Am (

Amalgamation a flop, Fraser study suggests (

TTC preps for Pan Am by rehearsing emergency response (

Provincial News

Ontario will spend $5 million to expand Toronto’s bike-sharing network (

Ontario's credit rating downgraded over heavy debt load, budgeting (

Industry players say Ottawa’s ‘integrity regime’ still unfair (

NDP calls for a public review of Ontario group homes (

New prescription drug labelling rules in effect (

Veterans - and reservists - can soon park free in Hamilton (

Ontario minister Glen Murray slams Tories' plan for carbon regulations (

Quiet tension building as Lac-Megantic tries to move on from disaster (

Federal News

Railway proximity: once a building boon, now a safety concern (

Some dual citizens worry new rules stigmatize certain ethnic groups (

Edmonton City Council faces divisive vote on whether to make all of its catered meals vegan or vegetarian (

Trans-Pacific Partnership building momentum for deal this summer (
July 6
York Region News

York Region Arts Council, municipality work to boost area tourism (

Markham residents protest mausoleum ‘monstrosity’ (

Your who's who of York Region Pan Am athletes (

GTA News

Protecting Toronto’s downtown trees from the hardships of urban life (

Lobbyists broke bylaw by donating to Giorgio Mammoliti, city official finds (

Judge rejects Toronto's case against Uber (

Toronto councillor seeks to revive Uber debate (

March for Jobs, Justice and Climate draws on allies for a clean-energy revolution (

Councillors urged to reject Andy Pringle on police board (

Glamour, pride and cash: Why cities compete to put on a sports spectacle (

Provincial News

Ottawa relaxes integrity rules for firms doing business with government (

The high cost of Pan Am: What legacy will Hamilton’s new stadium leave behind? (

Federal News

Voter ID cards not enough at ballot box, government argues (

Public transit won’t get better faster until we can trust politicians with our money (

Canadian economy observers brace for weak jobs numbers, call for rate cut (