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April 2
Brace for tax hike, Vaughan, as council debates for last time tonight (

Vaughan developers pump cash into King councillors' campaigns (

Ontario poised to shed Hydro One Brampton unit worth $500-million (

Bad news: another $150 million needed to complete subway extension (

International Women’s Day Celebration at Vaughan City Hall (SnapdVaughanEast/Woodbridge)

Vaughan Fitness Centre Member Turns 100 (SnapdVaughanEast/Woodbridge)

Markham OK's 2.5% tax hike, new stormwater fee (

Hamilton approves engagement charter - Guiding public participation (NRU)

Burlington to fight 28-story proposal (NRU)

Tracking implementation part of review – Growth plan performance (NRU)

Four municipalities to fight OMB (NRU)

Ontario Investing $25 Million in Cycling Infrastructure (

Toronto councillor wants Uber banned from city phones (

Toronto council requests report on Woodbine gaming (

Fix the Sunshine List (
April 1
Vaughan film fest to bestow big-screen bad boy with leadership award (

Council approves more money for subway extension project (

Council approves $150M extra for Spadina subway extension (

Public Works: Come See Toronto’s Not-So Famous Sights (

Richmond Hill election campaign expenses revealing (

Shades of green at Greenbelt consultation (

Overhaul needed for to stop erosion of Access to Information Act, watchdog says (
Ontario treasurer says deficit down to $10.9B (

Candidates banned from running in next election (

City of Brampton refuses to reveal documents involving lawyer’s potential conflict (
March 31
Public-private partnerships key for big projects like Spadina subway (

Ontario government says it will not cover $85M shortfall for beleaguered Spadina subway extension (

Spadina subway extension to cost $85-million more (

Ontario won’t cover funding shortfall for Spadina subway extension (

PowerStream Showcases Ontario's New 'Conservation First' Framework (

Town of Newmarket, York Region District School Board may build artificial turf field (

Environmentalists cheer Niagara Falls OMB decision (

Federal program that pairs researchers with businesses kicks off in Vaughan to the tune of $10M (

Brampton councillors freeze their own pay as ‘sunshine list’ grows (

George Rust-D’Eye named city's new lobbyist registrar and integrity commissioner (

Ajax councillor sued for defaulted loans loses seat (

Markham councillor spends $36,000 on post-election parties (

Don’t hobble Toronto’s accountability watchdogs (
March 30
Taking energy conservation to the next level (

Worst year yet for Earth Hour in Toronto, but York Region improves (

Ontario's 'sunshine list' tops 100,000 members for first time (

More than 111,000 public servants made $100,000 and up (

Tory supports TTC's Spadina subway extension plan (

TTC board approves another $150M to complete delayed Spadina subway extension (

PowerStream reports 6% dip in electricity use during Earth Hour (

Newmarket bus lane project driving supporters away (

Public sector workers make much more than those in private sector (

Some Vaughan top earners no longer with city (

Vancouver shares Olympic 'how to' with Pan Am organizers (

Pan Am congestion could pay off for Toronto (

The secret Toronto summit that no one noticed (