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Aug. 19
Vaughan News

150 reasons for city the celebrate our country’s sesquicentennial (Vaughan Citizen)

Learn the skills employers value most (

York Region News

Tampa Drive resident wants town to allow backyard chickens in Georgina (

GTA News

Police disperse crowd at city hall after taxi industry hurls accusations at Mississauga Mayor (

Embrace new transit technology or else, U of T study says (

Provincial News

Decals: One last thing to debate before region’s new taxi bylaw is final (

Ontario Tories hold steady lead in latest poll (

Federal News

Philpott pays back $3,700 for car service (
Aug. 18
Vaughan News

Vaughan to host Canada's first indoor snowboarding facility (

Woodbridge brothers honour sister who died from agressive form of brain cancer (

GTA News

City of Toronto challenges Queen's Park over affordable housing (

Mississauga planning policy - Planning for change (NRU)

The Big Move review - Cautious optimism (NRU)

Get Used To Renting, CIBC Tells Torontonians (

Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary dominate global ‘liveability’ rankings (

Provincial News

Ontario considers more changes to how gender is displayed on government ID (

Ontario to regulate home inspectors (

Region says no to in-car cameras for Uber, taxis as it wrangles with proposed bylaw (

1,600 parasitic wasps released in Ontario, Quebec to fight off emerald ash borers (

Federal News

Canada wants to spread Chinese immigrants evenly across country, minister says (

Ottawa’s new air-travel rule catches dual citizens by surprise (

Goodale opens discussion on police access to passwords and data (

Aug. 17

Vaughan News

New Post-Grad Certificate Focusing on Business Success (Toronto Star Print)

Funding grows York's agricultural sector (

York Region News

Fire ban in northern York Region to be lifted Wednesday (

Small cell technology coming to Aurora smartphone users (

GTA News

Toronto announces new Uber licence, background checks for drivers (

Taxi protest Wednesday - even though the city grants Uber licence to operate (

Uber is now licensed to operate in Toronto, but cabbies call it 'a political stunt' (

St. Joseph’s hospital contracts went to firms with personal ties to executives: audit (

Provincial News

Freeze urban boundaries for two years, says Greenbelt group (

OMA leadership warned as doctors remain divided on negotiations (

Federal News

Prime Minister announces $119-million in funding for Nova Scotia (

Brenda O'Farrell: Ample parking at new train stations a must (
Aug. 16

York Region News

Aurora wants to know how residents want tax dollars spent (

Special rainfall statement issued for York Region (

GTA News

UPDATE: Cabbies to target East York Civic Centre with protest Wednesday (

‘Transit renaissance’ on tap for GTA if funds found, report finds (

Stopping Toronto’s next flood (

Provincial News

City won't delay Uber legalization because of massive taxi lawsuit (Ottawa Sun)

Ontario physicians decisively dismiss province’s new fee agreement (

Transport minister experiences dangers of Highway 3 (

Ontario pays for ‘self-congratulatory’ radio ad promoting federal CPP (

Kingston takes on emerald ash borer (

Federal News

Arbitrator sides with Canada Post in contract negotiation with rural postmasters (

Conflict-of-interest screen in place for justice minister (

Liberals not necessarily advantaged by switch to ranked ballot voting system: experts (

Federal government announces who will sit on environmental assessment review panel (

Aug. 15
Vaughan News

McMichael Canadian Art Collection bets big on past for 50th anniversary (

York Region News

Unionized Canada Post workers fearing lockout hold information picket in Richmond Hill (

Ontario hospital executive dismissed over ethics breach, documents say (

Dragon boat teams race for a York/Toronto United Way on Lake Seneca (

Tornado hit shore of Lake Simcoe, Environment Canada confirms (

GTA News

Alarm raised after peanut butter found smeared on playground equipment in Toronto parks (

City's rail-deck park dream depends on securing air rights (

Toronto’s bone-dry fountains send the message that nobody gives a damn (

Toronto businesses reserving judgement on Bloor bike lanes… for now (

Bringing Toronto’s Don River back from the dead (The

Lack of supply driving GTA house price surge, studies say

Provincial News

Taxi drivers file $215M lawsuit against City of Ottawa (

Ontario doctors vote on 4-year deal, fee hike (

Ontario doctors’ dispute lays bare deep divisions within medical profession (

Federal News

Thousands of young Canadians seek spot on Trudeau youth council (