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May 22
Vaughan News

Political actions count more than websites (

York Region News

Town of Newmarket website getting an overhaul (

Newmarket's Davis Drive named one of CAA's Worst Roads (

Some King Twp. residents' fear about Greenbelt lands unfounded (

Three new Community Safety Zones designated in Richmond Hill (

Aurora council set to approve 3.91% tax increase (

Aurora council wrestles with encroachment issue (

Aurora council nixes audio recording its closed-door meetings (

Stouffville to try evening council meetings (

Newmarket Celebrates the Arts ready to expand (

GTA News

Political gridlock in Toronto and Vancouver (

Discounts suggested for Mississauga’s new McMansion tax (

Provincial News

No hot pets summer campaign kicks off (
May 21
Vaughan News

Is the Vaughan hospital standoff coming to an end? (

Woodbridge man just wants an end to his water woes (

Vaughan 'adventurers' can help those less fortunate enjoy rec programs (

Bell phone, internet down at Hwy. 7 and Creditstone area of Vaughan (

York Region News

Province picks Markham for new York U.-Seneca campus (

Georgina proposes greenbelt land swap Wetland For Farmland (NRU)

Magna selects King Township for new headquarters (

Social media, MP, weigh in on Richmond Hill council’s anthem decision (

Stouffville residents invited to share thoughts on diversity (

GTA News

Clarington Whitebelt Agricultural Lands at Risk (NRU)

Oshawa workers replacing downtown trees in anticipation of Pan Am visitors (

McMansion tax coming to Mississauga (

Provincial News

Cost benefits of waste reduction Diversion Discussion (NRU)

Province introduces legislation Improving Trails (NRU)

Federal News

Minimum wage: Canadian cities unlikely to mimic L.A., Chicago hikes (
May 20
GTA News

Brampton councillor scolded by integrity commissioner over conflict of interest (

Surprise! Mayor John Tory to mentor young Pan Am workers (

Metrolinx launches new trip planner eight years in the making (

Public artwork breathes life into Toronto transit (

Federal News

Cities watch as Canada Post, Hamilton square off over super mailboxes (

Montreal mayors to join legal challenge to Canada Post phase-out of door-to-door delivery (
May 19
Vaughan News

Can town and country coexist? (

York Region News

P3s could have alleviated Spadina subway extension woes? (

Integrity commissioner says former Thornhill councillor broke code of conduct (

York Regional Police's annual appreciation night celebrates officers, civilians (

DANI fundraising gala pays tribute to Thornhill MP Kent (

GTA News

Why Kathleen Wynne’s Hydro One sell-off is a sellout: Cohn (