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Sept. 23
Vaughan News

Vaughan deputy mayor won't appeal court decision upholding integrity commissioner's sanctions (

Thornhill ratepayer group seeks funds for OMB fight over Sobeys plaza project (

York Region News

VentureLAB looking for entrepreneurs to develop affordable housing solutions for York Region (

King Township taxpayers could face large tax hikes down the road (

Newmarket's 'Fabulous' Old Town Hall renovation unveiled (

Newmarket Ward 5 byelection: 3 candidates have violated municipal sign bylaws so far (

Chicken Confidential: breaking the law one egg at a time (

GTA News

Rail deck park moves ahead but questions remain (

Neighbours have mixed feelings about the World Cup of Hockey fan village (

Provincial News

Uber, other ride-sharing services bylaw approved by Waterloo region (

Consultant recommends ride-hailing restrictions for Windsor (

Real estate groups urge Ontario not to impose tax on foreign buyers (

Federal News

Quebec taxi industry's injunction request against Uber put off until Monday (
Sept. 22
Vaughan News

Vaughan Deputy Mayor Michael Di Biase says he's innocent, won't appeal court ruling (

Court sides with watchdog in battle against Vaughan deputy mayor (

Magnotta Winery Announces 1st Annual Vaughan Walk for Lyme (

Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service firefighters bring home record (

York Region News

York Region at-risk youth return to school in innovative Richmond Hill program (

GTA News

GTHA housing affordability - The great debate (NRU)

Toronto full of ideas, but lacks vision (

TTC insists cost-saving measures aren’t service cuts (

Tory powering up for fight to privatize Toronto Hydro (

John Tory mulls new taxes and asset sales in Toronto - but not right now (

Airbnb cutting into available rentals in city, study shows (

Provincial News

Aligning transportation and land use - Mode shift (NRU)

Strengthening planning process - RPCO on OMB reform (NRU)

Ontario Energy Board investigating composition of Collus Powerstream board (

Ride-sharing services, including Uber, now legal in Waterloo Region (

Federal News

Trudeau offers little insight, few answers about his plans (

Mobile phone emergency alerts could soon be available in Canada (

B.C. government to subsidize rental units in response to housing crisis (
Sept. 21
Vaughan News

Vaughan Deputy Mayor Michael Di Biase loses bid to quash scathing ethics report, overturn pay suspension (

Woodbridge Fall Fair holding 'first ever' car show (

York Region's future Annex administrative building will save $26 million over 30 years (

York Region News

Drivers in York Region failing to grasp dangers of drinking and driving (

King Township's new tool makes it easier to plan, spend tax dollars (

Stouffville mayor refuses to sign gravel pit amendment into law (

Complaints about illegal construction increase substantially at Town of Newmarket (

GTA News

Short supply of housing listings in Toronto area points to an uneasy fall (

Toronto police returning to key intersections to fight gridlock (

Brampton councillors worried departures of senior staff could affect lawsuit (

Student nutrition program on block in Toronto’s public health budget (

Provincial News

Ottawa failed to act on tests showing toxins in retail pot (

Taxi industry's injunction against Uber pilot project denied (

Federal News

Best remedy for Liberals is progress on carbon and indigenous groups files (

B.C.’s tax on foreign buyers has legal basis, Christy Clark says (

Liberals consider their options on pipeline (
Sept. 20
Vaughan News

Torstar Corp. signs deal to sell printing plant in Vaughan, Ont., for $54.25M (

York Region News

You are more likely to get into an accident on York Region road during Friday evening rush hour, report says (

York Region considers live video streaming, archiving of its council and committee meetings (

GTA News

Toronto Police ponder outsourcing parking enforcement (

Why GTA transit has one ‘last mile’ to go (

Provincial News

Ontario has little choice but to tax foreign home buyers, CIBC economist warns (

Task force will look at pros and cons (

Province maps out children’s aid overhaul (

Federal News

National price on carbon a crucial part of building policy to curb emissions (

Ottawa unveils enhanced CPP benefits that will hike payouts to third of income (

City staff recommend shelving Uber-style snow-clearing app (

Canadian laboratories step up to offer pot-safety testing (

B.C. rolls out rental stock investment, watchdog to tackle housing (

Sept. 19
Vaughan News

OMB hearing date set for controversial Woodbridge condo development (

Richmond Hill wins court battle against OMB over parkland (

Working poor increasing in York Region (

York Region News

Activate Aurora challenges residents to make town Canada's most active community (

United Way deserves generous support: Editorial (

East Gwillimbury electoral review coming to a hall near you (

GTA News

When will driverless cars roll into Toronto? (

Uber to develop own maps for Toronto (

Not all Uber drivers given the green light by city (

Construction for the Mississauga Transitway Continues (

Provincial News

Halton Region manager accused of getting Mercedes, Las Vegas trip as kickbacks (  

Federal News

Quebec judge to rule Tuesday on Uber injunction (

Ottawa willing to impose carbon price on provinces (

Parliament resumes with government facing tough choices, stagnant economy (

Liberal MPs handed out 1,447 cheques worth $7.8 billion on summer recess (