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April 22
Vaughan News

Drone delivery service in Vaughan? (

City Of Vaughan starts drone delivery pilot project (

City of Vaughan to start drone delivery pilot project (

Judge’s OK to appeal OMB decision on parkland ‘big’ victory for Richmond Hill (

Vaughan Film Festival ready for fourth annual go-round (

Request for Proposals Stage Closed for Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital Project (

Can infill guidelines be enforced, residents ask (vaughan citizen)

Animal that killed dog in condo was a pit bull, put down by Animal Services (

York Region News

York regional council ponders allowing businesses to open on statutory holidays (

Road construction season returns to York Region (

Bikes on our sidewalks? Markham takes idea for a spin (

Aurora council gets look at concept design for Mavrinac Park (

GTA News

Tory wants to province to pitch in on bigger convention centre (

Mississauga mayor critical of recent committee decision not to legalize Uber (

Uber recruiting bike couriers for food delivery (

Integrating fares across GTHA is easily the biggest Toronto transit issue we aren’t talking about (

Provincial News

Waterloo moves toward legalizing Uber (

No relief for tree backlog this year (

Ontario expanding HPV vaccination program to include boys (

Federal News

New rideshare company steps up in Calgary (

Time names Trudeau as one of the world’s 100 most-influential people (

Canada gets a ‘D’ on environmental report card (

Canada’s cluttered tax system in need of reform (
April 21
Vaughan News

Vaughan announces Daniel Kostopoulos as new City Manager (

Bevilacqua, Del Duca hold court at Economic Club (

Drone Delivery Canada And The City Of Vaughan Enter Into A Memorandum Of Understanding (

Mother files human rights complaint after being told not to breastfeed in public (

Woman files OHRC complaint after being asked to breastfeed in the washroom (

VINTAGE VAUGHAN: Main Street, Woodbridge, 1917 (

Richmond Hill to appeal OMB decision on how much parkland developers must hand over (

GTA News

Poll shows Mayor Bonnie Crombie has support for Mississauga independence (

An Uber headache for ride-sharing companies in Mississauga (

Uber threatens to leave Toronto if City doesn’t alter course (

Provincial News

Ontario likely to miss 2030 emissions target by half, report says (

City Hall looking for ways to regulate Uber (

It’s hard to stop Uber drivers when you can’t even find them, officials say (

Hamilton rules would leave Uber, taxis on uneven playing field (

Review of the big move - integration needed (NRU)

Local responses to climate change - municipal role (NRU)

Preparing for the worse case - adaptation (NRU)

Federal News

Uber convinced Quebec plans to legislate company out of business (

Millennial voters made the difference in 2015 (

Marijuana legislation coming to Canada next spring (

‘Third-class citizens’: Cities seek more power as demands rise (

Big-city mayors see themselves at heart of issues closest to people (
April 20
Vaughan News

Breastfeeding mom told to move to washroom at Thornhill facility (

Promoting the Vaughan Advantage (

York Region

York Region community newspapers widely read: survey (

New parking ticket system could be ‘win-win’ in Richmond Hill (

Markham, Mississauga councillors push ban on door-to-door scams (

GTA News

Bike lanes on Bloor get boost from councillors, businesses (

New construction continues to fuel Brampton’s economy (

Provincial News

City wants to cash in on its hot properties (

OPP to review Amber Alert response (

Opposition leaders want Wynne to create non-partisan committee on fundraising reforms (

Conservatives’ filibustering could delay Ontario cap-and-trade legislation (

Federal News

Marijuana laws should vary by province, report says (

Governments “only beginning” to realize scope of mental-health struggles, says Justin Trudeau (

Canada’s spies closely watching quantum tech developments (

REIT and real estate financings show signs of comeback (

$90.8-billion deficit predicted over 5 years (
April 19
Vaughan News

Promoting the Vaughan Advantage (

Promoting the Vaughan Advantage (

GTA News

Toronto City Hall committee votes against legalization of Uber (

Toronto councillors vow to end police paid-duty requirements (

UP Express could cost taxpayers millions in subsidies (

Mayor Linda Jeffrey hosts business roundtable with U.S. dignitaries (

Provincial News

City looks at charging Uber more than $50K to operate in Hamilton (

Ontario's gender pay gap ladder gets steeper as incomes rise (

Better roads to affordable housing than Ontario’s inclusionary zoning (

Federal News

City checking into 'Uber for snow-clearing' (

Vancouver’s affordable housing ‘pilot’ limited but worthwhile, experts say (

Federal government unveils enhanced child benefit plan (

Canada’s green tech is falling behind, report says (
April 18
Vaughan News

Lifelong commitment to baseball nets Thornhill convenor civic hero award  (

Municipal Shareholders Submit Merger Application to Ontario Energy Board (

Cosmos Condominiums: A smart investment opportunity in Vaughan (

York Region News

GTHA workers struggle with anxiety over insecure jobs (

John Howard Society of York Region opens new office in Newmarket (

Transit, not Bradford bypass, priority for province: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne (

Newmarket library CEO apologizes for 'odour letter' (

Georgina's updated Official Plan comes before council next week (

Newmarket residents furious after trees cut in East Gwillimbury (

GTA News

Reforms up to council as licensing committee rejects legalizing UberX (

Toronto committee calling for tighter rules for Uber, less-stringent for taxi industry (

What became of Toronto’s push for free public Wi-Fi? (

Mississauga wants out, but saving Peel is the most appealing option: James (

Mental health issues take a toll on half of GTA workers — and employers, too (

Provincial News

Ontario opposition parties say corporate grants should be made public (