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May 13
Vaughan News

Backlash intensifies over taller Sobeys plaza project in Thornhill (

Plaza and Berkeley's The Met Joining Vaughan's New Downtown (

Bauer Hockey to open its first Canadian superstore next year in Vaughan, Ont. (

York Region News

Two Thornhill neighbourhoods benefit from planned sewer construction (

Chalk board lets Markham residents share hopeful message (

Whitchurch-Stouffville residents 'distressed' amid exodus of town staff (

GTA News

How open data can change the way we live and learn (

Toronto preparing for pot shop crackdown (

Provincial News

Ontario Chamber of Commerce urges one-year delay on cap-and-trade plan (

Federal News

Quebec government introduces bill to regulate Uber and taxi industry (

Uber bill sparks tensions among rank-and-file Quebec Liberals (

Liberals unveil new rules to crack down on partisan government advertising (

How to create a government that’s truly for the people, by the people (
May 12
Vaughan News

An exclusive tour of Vaughan's Civic Centre Resource Library (

VINTAGE VAUGHAN: Vellore Women's Institute Meeting, 1935 (

GTA News

Mississauga bans UberX and other ride-sharing services (

Mississauga committee to create pilot program 'test-driving' Uber (

Toronto taxi companies reject surge pricing, call it ‘extortion’ (

Four-day Canada Day bash among Toronto events to mark Canada's 150th birthday (

Provincial News

Increased population density with easy access to transit key to Ontario's Greenbelt expansion plan (

Kathleen Wynne promises to ban daycare waitlist fees (

Wynne worried about weed shops popping up (

National daycare proposal to be ready by summer (

Hamilton invests in human infrastructure - targeting poverty (NRU)

Coordinated review - amendments proposed (NRU)

Complete streets transformations - benefits of diverse approaches (NRU)

Oakville council calls for OMB reform (NRU)

Federal News

Ridesharing companies poised to launch in Calgary (

Judgment day for Uber: Quebec to table bill this morning (

Liberals keep final say in revamping Canadian elections (
May 11
Vaughan News

Series of nighttime burglaries in Vaughan prompts York Regional Police warning (

Girls-only construction class big hit at Woodbridge's Emily Carr Secondary School (

GTA News

Mississauga mayor faces first big test with Uber vote (

Torontonians ready to pay more for transit, chief planner says (

Toronto can cut costs with 24-7 road construction, report finds (

Provincial News

Ontario proposes greenbelt expansion as urban growth intensifies (

Ontario setting new rules to end era of suburban sprawl across GTA (

Guelph mayor connects with students for National Youth Week (

Ontario ministers to debate climate change strategy as tensions simmer (

Federal News

Liberals move on electoral reform as deadline looms (

Wildfires will always happen, but Canadians forgetting safety lessons they teach us (

Critics want immigration ombudsman (
May 10
Vaughan News

Campaign cabinet announced for Mackenzie Vaughan's $250 million fundraising goal (

Vaughan blasted for ‘troubling’ environment record (

GTA News

Taxi Alliance to speak out on city's ride-sharing decision (

Toronto's Vote to Legalize Uber is a Lesson for other Municipalities says Shop Insurance Canada (

New plan would add 525 km of bike routes to create a true Toronto network (

Uber in legal limbo until new rules implemented July 15 (

Torontonians are paying the highest price to live the urban dream (

Provincial News

Ontario tweaks controversial daycare regulations (

Ontario ditches controversial daycare rule changes (

Federal News

Canada sees progress in war on obesity as overweight rates drop among children (
May 9
Vaughan News

Thornhill residents decry plan for tower on plaza site (

Vaughan woman hopes to be crowned Miss Universe Canada (

Moms share secrets of parenthood on their day in Vaughan (

York Region News

East Gwillimbury council slams region over continued use of sewage lagoons until 2024 (

Aurora examining future uses for heritage buildings (

GTA News

Hydro One first quarter results weakened by mild winter, storm costs (

Toronto’s new procurement program helps create jobs for disadvantaged workers (

Uber debate fractures council following duelling negotiations (

Toronto's taxi debate points to issues far bigger than Uber (

Provincial News

Uber could be alternative to discontinued bus service, CSDM commissioner suggests (

Ontario's soaring poverty gap ‘starkest’ for single adults as welfare rates stagnate (

Ontario to spend $90M for daycare spaces, family supports (

New e-poll technology could speed up voting in 2018 Ontario election (

Federal News

No cap on matching fed donations (

Liberals set to introduce bill on the Canada-U.S. border (

Canadian tourism industry losing out as millennials travel abroad (