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Sept. 2
Vaughan News

Foreign media travel to visit Powerstream (

Woodbridge taekwondo student receives financial boost with hope to compete for Canada at 2020 Olympics (

Ontario farmers feeling the burn of a summer drought (

York Region News

Calling for the 400-404 Link (

Thornhill man who was inspiration behind DANI celebrates 30th birthday (

Georgina firefighters move to 24-hour shift schedule, receive 11.8% pay hike (

Coyotes reported at Newmarket dog park and in wider community, Ministry of Natural Resources says (

GTA News

Understanding the Controversial South Etobicoke Zoning Change that Could Undermine SmartTrack (

Meet the Man Who Introduced Sidewalks to Toronto (

Recreation registration process shows innovation eludes Toronto (

Got Presto? Bike Share has a deal for you (

Once Upon A City: Toronto’s labour pains (

City steps in to clean up illegally dumped renovation trash: The Fixer (

Provincial News

Ontario PC candidate Raymond Cho wins Scarborough by-election dominated by sex-ed debate (

Federal News

Electoral reform consultations are in full swing, sort of (

Tory leadership candidate asks if immigrants should be screened for ‘anti-Canadian values’ (

Former electronic spy chief urges Ottawa to prepare for ‘cyber war’ (

Department of National Defence’s new $1-billion facility falls short on security (

Provinces balk at federal push to accelerate phasing-out of coal power (

Minister Jean-Yves Duclos caught in dispute to paint rusted Quebec Bridge (
Sept. 1
Vaughan News

The city above Toronto just got a stunning new library (

Chefs unite to help Italy (

Cara to buy Original Joe’s for $93-million (

GTA News

Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon wants Toronto tourism shop at city hall (

Bombardier misses another deadline for Eglinton Crosstown project (

Moss Park development sparks gentrification concerns (

City pushing for diverse companies to bid on city contracts (

Leveraging opportunity: Brampton studies impact of health centre (NRU)

City of Mississauga’s noise policies around Toronto Pearson International Airport under review (

Peel board to include all-gender washrooms in every high school (

Provincial News

Reform minded: Councillors call for limit on OMB jurisdiction (NRU)

Maintaining character: Milton studies Omagh heritage (NRU)

Recognizing value: natural asset management (NRU)

Federal News

Canada to open seven new visa offices in China (

Many Canadians uneasy about temporary foreign workers: poll (

Calgary considering bylaw to ban non-commercial junk mail (

Why Canada’s economy was so ‘ugly’ in the second quarter (
Aug. 31
Vaughan News

MacKenzie Health CEO calls choice of Vaughan hospital propopent 'huge' milestone (

Korea Media Tours PowerStream-KEPCO Microgrid in Penetanguishene (

Yonge Street won't be closed for Thornhill Festival (

York Region News

King Township proposes 7 per cent higher user fees for 2017 (

East Gwillimbury councillors make $15,000 more than Aurora counterparts (

GTA News

City of Toronto improving 'nightmare' system for recreation programs (

Uber has been authorized to operate in Toronto (

Caesars, other casino operators consider bidding for three GTA sites (

Provincial News

Uber: London taxi lobbyist threatens action as city stalls (

Ontario Liberals block opposition bid to toughen campaign finance rules (

Ontarians think LCBO best bet to sell pot: Poll (

Federal News

Canada's most ambitious new public building is a Montreal soccer stadium (

Reimbursement, ethics investigation follow health minister's limo fiasco (

Canada Post, postal union reach tentative deals (

Trudeau and Chinese premier explore possible free trade deal (
Aug. 30
Vaughan News

Contractor named to oversee construction of new Vaughan hospital (

Preferred Proponent Selected for Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital Project (

York Region News

York uniformed police ratify deal, scale back job action on tickets (

Keep safety in mind as school buses return to York Region roads (

New Richmond Hill Road Watch signs remind drivers of their ABCs (

GTA News

Toronto increases access to emergency dental care for low-income adults (

Senator’s bike lane tweets draw fire (

Provincial News

Liberals drop a fundraising bombshell (

Liberals want all MPPs banned from political fundraisers (

Province takes aim at abuse in workplace (

Federal News

Protesters decry Canadian farm animal transportation laws (

Aug. 29
Vaughan News

How not to get ticked off about Lyme disease (Vaughan Citizen)

New sweeping “maker-space” library connects historic city to its new civic center (

Cooking for a cause: Woodbridge social club dishes up pasta all'amatriciana to help Italian quake victims (

Italy earthquake: Vaughan club holds pasta lunch fundraiser to support Amatrice (

Vaughan teen author working to inspire love of reading, writing in peers (

Vaughan Secondary School grad lands LifeLabs scholarship (

Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan unveils 2 new rides for 2017 (

A guide to byelections (

TFC II take on FC Montreal at home this Sunday in Vaughan (

PowerStream customers owed $13 million in overdue payments: Ontario Energy Board (

York Region News

Former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion to host growth summit in York Region (

York Region Olympians glad they made trip to Rio for 2016 Summer Olympics (

Activate Aurora campaign kicks off in September (

GTA News

After fight at City Hall, artists get their first road mural at Kensington Market (

Toronto must boldly invest in its future - starting with a new downtown park (

Key staffer leaves John Tory’s office to lead Toronto public-housing overhaul (

QEW toll lanes were met with strong demand - but will it last? (

Yonge and St. Clair is ‘going to be great again,’ real estate firm says (

Toronto condo board’s pet ban sparks vigorous debate (

Provincial News

Waterloo region is hopeful new airlinks will boost business

Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi aims to modernize the justice system (

PC leader promises to scrap Liberals’ sex-ed curriculum if elected (

Profiting from bottled water at public expense (

Federal News

Blind MP to draft Canada’s first national accessibility law (