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March 6
Vaughan cyclists seek lanes on proposed GTA West highway (

Spadina subway extension $400M over budget (

Spadina subway extension $400 million over budget (

Put new facility in southern York, urge regional councillors (

Solving housing dilemma key for employers (

6 ways to enjoy your March Break in northern York Region (

Newmarket seeks York Region funding for streetscape improvements (

Markham raising water and wastewater rates 8.2% (

York Region Leaders Bracing the Cold to Fight Youth Homelessness With The 360 Experience (

United Way York Region votes in favour of merger with Toronto (

Canadian Red Cross celebrates 115 years in York Region (

Scope expands on Newmarket code of conduct review (

Appeal court slams DND’s 3-year response to information request (

Smartphone app offers a way to pay for parking, even far away (

March 5
Vaughan planning boss on Greenbelt Plan panel (

Photographic exhibit highlights pets who found safe haven at Vaughan shelter (
Toronto and York Region United Way members ‘overwhelmingly’ approve merger (

PowerStream Restores Power Following Multiple Pole Fires (

Town takes over Stouffville arts centre from volunteer board (

Provincial land use planning review - Making policies jibe (NRU)

Brampton budget process - Crunching numbers (NRU)

Brampton seeking university campus (NRU)

York Region approves 2015 budget (NRU)

Request to dismiss appeal without a hearing denied (NRU)

Progress is flowing, slowly, on frozen pipes (

Energy board urges pipeline disclosure (

Mississauga moves to regulate marijuana (
March 4
Thousands still without power after messy storms hit GTA (

Blackouts hit thousands across GTA (

Power outages leave 25,000 Toronto customers in dark (

Divided Richmond Hill council approves 4.2% tax hike (

The way we talk about Toronto’s budget makes no sense — let’s change it (

'Meet a Muslim Family' hospitality challenges misconceptions (

Toronto on hook for $100 million for improvements related to rail expansion (

Winter puts the chill on Toronto’s pipes (

Feds quietly canvass provinces for GHG action (

Ont. seeks to speed handling of some offences (

Canadian consumer debt hits $1.53 trillion (

Brampton councillors say delayed probe impacting city business  (
March 3
Learn more about secondary suites in Vaughan at March 3 meeting (

Bathurst Street project preserves history (

Post-ice storm report suggests ways to improve emergency response (

Stouffville ready to 'get growing' with community gardens (

UPS Canada celebrates 40th Anniversary at the Toronto Hub Facility (

Aurora Highland Gate development application received by town (

Paving a better path for city cyclists (

Feds, province refuse to help city pay for Union Station overruns (

Transit guru pushes for central rapid transit network (

‘Meet a Muslim Family’ campaign launched Sunday (680news)

#MeetAMuslimFamily Campaign Aims To 'Bridge The Gap Of Fear Into Love' (

Toronto budget fight over new city staff positions (

March 2
Vaughan planner on panel reviewing environmentally sensitive land (

York Region taxes going up an average of $64 this year (

York Region removing 1,000 trees for bus lanes (

Ontarians want booze in the budget  (

Vaughan Celebrates WinterFest (

2015 VBEC Business-to-Business Expo (

City of Vaughan Chinese New Year Celebration (

Vaughan Chamber of Commerce Mayor's Luncheon (

Vaughan Fire Graduation Ceremony (

Toronto Pan Am Games ticket sales right on target (

Selling off assets a bad bargain for city (

Brampton mayor supports downtown LRT route (

Tardy arbitrator asks for more time, leaving city work on the hook again (