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March 11
Vaughan News

COLUMN: On the contrary, there's plenty of room in Vaughan for Toronto transit (

Justin Trudeau’s Italian problem (

VINTAGE VAUGHAN: Girls' hockey team, Thornhill (

Vaughan’s model: Policy direction on Section 37 urged (NRU)

Vaughan severance allowed with modified conditions (NRU)

WATCH: Video shows Milton trash collector weighing down truck with snow (

York Region News

York Region has cure for March Break blues (

Women's Centre of York Region celebrates day of ‘reflection, advocacy, action’ (

Stouffville stopping GO trains from using whistles (

Newmarket releases council spending expenses (

Parking tickets in King Township: option of 'first attendance hearing' (

GTA News

Tuning in: GTHA councils boost public access (NRU)

Inside workers ratify new collective agreement with city (

Toronto library workers in contract talks with city (

Bloor St. bike lanes revealed (

Provincial News

Transit-linked infill: Burlington proposal adds density (NRU)

Tories promise to ‘repeal and refund’ contributions to Ontario retirement pension plan (

Federal News

It wasn’t all play for Trudeau and Obama: Climate, trade and ISIL among policy agreements (

Quebec government could start buying back taxi permits then rent them to Uber (

Vancouver’s pot dispensaries eye larger, unregulated Toronto market (

Climate change’s hidden catalyst (

March 10
Vaughan News

Mayor Tory not concerned after waste collector caught allegedly cheating (

Toronto’s transit deal not done until the wheels go round and round (

Finding the right Summer Company (

York Region News

Video sparks investigation into waste collection employee's actions in Milton (

GTA News

Mayor John Tory’s executive endorses next steps in building transit network (

New transit plan is as good as we’re going to get (

Toronto’s transit deal not done until the wheels go round and round (

TTC vs car vs UPX - what’s the better way downtown Toronto? (

Metrolinx slammed for ‘appalling’ bus station beside Mississauga homes (

Pilot project for bike lanes on Bloor Street could open by summer (

Toronto to replace ‘frustrating’ sign-up system for recreation programs (

Provincial News

Ontario government to clamp down on vaping and medical marijuana (

Federal News

Transportation Safety Board calls for stricter rules to prevent runaway trains (

Ottawa’s plans to address rail safety under scrutiny (

Justin Trudeau calls for generosity and unity in first Washington speech (
March 9
Vaughan News

ECM unveils its made in Ontario E-House (

GTA News

Pilot project for bike lanes on Bloor Street could open by summer (

Goodbye and good riddance to frustrating registration process (

Toronto to replace registration system for recreation programs (

Provincial News

Ontario chipping in $16 million toward 5G jobs (

Ontario issues dress-code warning (

Civil forfeiture often a provincial cash grab, new report finds (

Ontario farmers prepare for fight against pesticide laws (

Federal News

Basic income: New life for an old idea (

Canada to welcome up to 305,000 newcomers this year, McCallum says (

Canadian bank note to feature ‘iconic’ woman (

The climate-change challenge for leaders (

Housing starts surge in February as Ontario, B.C. outpace energy-producing provinces (

Deal to curb methane on deck when Trudeau meets Obama in Washington (

RCMP look for info gaps on threats to infrastructure (

City council to step up as province declines to regulate Uber (
March 8
Vaughan News

Why Vaughan should stay out of Toronto transportation planning (

New approach for stormwater charges coming to Vaughan (

Transport minister announces Highway 427 extension (

6 York Region events, including 3 from Richmond Hill, in Ontario's top 100 (

GTA News

The undoing of Mayor John Tory’s transit promises (

Time for councillors to ask tough transit questions (

Brampton council kills LRT tunnel proposal (

How Uber And Taxis Shape Up In The Battle For Accessibility (

Toronto Hydro bills set to rise (

Provincial News

Ontario considers changing daycare ages and staff-child ratio (

Carbon tax pledge from PCs ‘better late than never,’ Wynne says (

Ottawa’s plans to address rail safety under scrutiny (

Federal News

Liberals commit money to maternal health, including contraception (

UN raises concern over Canada’s persistent ‘housing crisis’ (

Ten-second procedure might have averted Lac-Megantic disaster (

Quebec’s new immigration policy aimed at meeting labour needs (
March 7
Vaughan News

Provincial budget: transit a big win in King and Vaughan, says Del Duca (

Father and son on quest to save old Woodbridge (

Women come together in Vaughan for peace conference (

On Paper: A glimpse of rarely-seen works from McMichael's permanent collection (

Vaughan's Baitul Islam Mosque part of Visit a Mosque campaign (

York Region News

Town of Newmarket making older citizens' needs top priority (

Snow storage facility could harm Newmarket's Bogart Creek (

GTA News

Everything’s riding on forecasts for transit plans (

Brampton eyeing LRT tunnel along rejected Main St. route (

Provincial News

Parents and advocates balk at new daycare regulations (

Ontario PC leader Brown announces revenue-neutral climate strategy (

Federal News

Liberal budget a performance in three acts (

Health Canada flags factors to consider about legalizing marijuana (

Five things to watch for in the federal Liberals’ immigration plan (

Canada-wide carbon pricing needed to hit emissions targets, Wynne says (

Vancouver’s Mayor says province needs to figure out Uber (

City of Saskatoon looking at Uber as an option (

Privy Council Office wants $600,000 more to update Trudeau’s website (