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Oct. 16
Vaughan News

A celebration for Vaughan heart attack victim's road to recovery (

VAUGHAN-WOODBRIDGE: Candidates speak on green space (

Richmond Hill's Chomko embodied genuine spirit of civic hero (

Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club introduces new technical director (

Fantino calls for criminal probe of Liberal co-chair (

Two former Toronto police chiefs have very different stances on marijuana legalization (

York Region News

York Region to hike water and wastewater rates in April (

ORION announces PoP at Southlake Regional Health Centre (

Aurora offering lawn signs to improve student safety (

GTA News

Brampton council secretly votes not to reopen pay issue (

Revenue tools ‘not a dirty word’ says new Toronto city manager (

Toronto staff raise questions on Tory’s SmartTrack transit plan (

Councillor Grimes wants changes made to Ex and CNE boards (

How to make the Toronto-Waterloo corridor into a world-leading innovation centre (

Provincial News

Ferry’s absence also affects Amherst islanders (

Tim Hudak wants Ontario to legalize Uber (

Ottawa cab fares high, plate distribution low (

Voters worried about public service cuts: PSAC poll (

Federal News

What a Liberal victory would mean for Canada's economic policies (

Uber launches in Calgary, while city council plays catch-up (

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi to Uber drivers: 'You are breaking the law' (

City working with Uber on new taxi regulations (
Oct. 15
Vaughan News

VINTAGE VAUGHAN: St. Paul's Presbyterian Church (

Rear yard variances allowed (NRU)

York Region News

Newmarket-Aurora candidates share thoughts on electoral reform  (

York-Simcoe candidates clash in final debate before election (

GTA News

Why Canada’s cities - especially Toronto - struggle for the federal government’s attention (

Staff report hints at Toronto taking over Pearson express train (

Toronto Mayor Tory ‘encouraged’ by Liberals’ housing plan ¬†(

Towhey book details ‘no-holds-barred screaming fest’ in Rob Ford home (

Crombie refuses to apologize over mosque stance (

Crombie and council spurn prejudice in fight over Mississauga mosque (

Candidates talk municipal priorities: Mississauga debates (NRU)

Planning for growing demand: regional airport hub? (NRU)

GTHA calls on federal leaders for infrastructure funding (NRU)

GTHWA: Regional Supercluster (NRU)

Can’t afford Vancouver or Toronto? Well, you can’t afford the burbs, either (

Provincial News

Ontario urged not to give breaks to big polluters under cap-and-trade (

Ottawa slaps a hold on Montreal’s plan to dump 8 billion litres of sewage (

City to release series of reports on taxi industry, sharing economy (

Federal News

Vancouver considering options to bolster taxi service (

Liberals’ campaign co-chair resigns over email to pipeline officials (

Elections Canada tries to allay voting-day lineup concerns (

Next prime minister will face pressure to shift Canada’s climate policy (

Canada’s senior public officials targeted by little-known corruption law (
Oct. 14
GTA News

Red tape slowing new home construction, report says (

Toronto’s social housing is crumbling. How will the federal leaders fix it? (

Toronto could spend $100M to fight poverty in 2016 (

Transit should benefit rich and poor (

Provincial News

Ontario families feel toil of caring for ailing, elderly relatives: study (

Rural communities get gigabit Internet: ‘We went from the dark ages to highest-speed Internet available’ (

Federal News

Insurance Bureau of Canada pushing to get Uber drivers covered (

Advance polls see more than 70-per-cent increase in voter turnout (

Continued investment in manufacturing key to economic growth (

Wynne says Trudeau victory would lessen need for Ontario pension plan (

Post-election possibilities for a minority Parliament (
Oct. 13
Vaughan News

VAUGHAN-WOODBRIDGE: Candidates address seniors' concerns (

War vets group sets sights on Fantino's Vaughan-Woodbridge riding (

Hospice Vaughan gets big boost from Saint Elizabeth (

York Region News

Quiet audience listens to Thornhill candidates’ partisan jabs (

York jobs heading to north of region (

Markham integrity report reprimands former Thornhill councillor Shore (

GO adds new parking to packed King City station (

GTA News

Waterfront Toronto a model of governmental co-operation (

Does Toronto need a low-income TTC pass? (

Toronto city worker contract talks set to begin (

Is the no-stopping crackdown helping Toronto’s traffic? (

Provincial News

Hydro One shares to go for between $19 and $21 (

Ontario moves to permit testing of self-driving vehicles (

Federal News

Canadian banks tighten expenses amid shifts in sector, slower growth (

Years after 2,500 tonnes of Canadian trash landed in Manila, Philippines demanding we take it back (

Bus, taxi, transit businesses on collision course with Uber options (

Surge in Canadians voting in advance for 2015 election (

The ‘big experiment’ of voting strategically this election (

Elections Canada translator fired (

Trudeau, Mulcair reject any suggestion of backing a Harper minority government (

Federal leaders recognize transit as an economic driver (

Dollars and votes: How fundraising has shaped the federal election campaign (