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Sept. 9
Vaughan News

Vaughan closed-door council meeting illegal, watchdog says (

Meet our in-house superstars (

Vaughan uses mediation to tackle appeals to OMB (  

York Region News

Celebrate Ontario 2017 grant funding available to York Region festivals and events (

VP of communications for Powerstream disputes some of CAO Brown’s claims (

Commuter chaos hits King as road closures snarl traffic (

Town of Georgina owes firefighters $1.1 Million in retroactive pay (

GTA News

What does a complete street look like? (

A Toronto family has lived next to porta-potty for 2 years and the city can't help (

Provincial News

Kathleen Wynne prorogues legislature for throne speech Monday (

Federal News

Winnipeg Uber petition gains 700 supporters (
Sept. 8
Vaughan News

Vaughan developer charged after trees destroyed without permit (

Vaughan bungaloft approved (NRU)

Plenary Health selected to develop Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital (

Richmond Hill wins landmark parkland fight (

York Region News


York police receive smallest contract increase in decade, in line with GTA trend (

High water bills prompt Stouffville residents to organize (

Mount Albert resident's water bill a whopping $1,486 as water rates spike (

Mackenzie Health revolutionizes "smart" hospital support services with innovative partnership (

Voting alternative forum set for King City Sept. 19 (

After denying grant, Stouffville council waives fees for Terry Fox Run (

East Gwillimbury working with YMCA of Greater Toronto for pool in Queensville (

If there's no English or French on your business sign, you might be breaking proposed Aurora bylaw (

GTA News

Sustainable Funding Needed (NRU)

Brampton layoffs signal a move Canadian cities should follow (

Provincial News

Hamilton on the coordinated review Evaluating Impacts (NRU)

More ash trees coming down (

Wynne signals hydro relief is coming for consumers (

Wynne extends ban on fundraising events to political candidates (

Federal News

Allocating federal infrastructure funds: Setting Priorities (NRU)

Uber, Quebec reach agreement on pilot project (

City back in talks with Uber, says Calgary councillor (

Paper, cardboard banned from northwestern B.C. landfills (
Sept. 7
Vaughan News

Vaughan hospital levy slated to come off property tax bill by 2022 (

Vaughan animal services now deals with sick, injured wildlife (

Woodbridge parents protest plans to convert elementary school to French immersion (

York Region News

York Region builds $50M bridge connecting Markham, Richmond Hill (

Housing affordability series: Newmarket man hopes he can move out of parents' basement by time he is 30 (

$250K ReWilding at The Link in Sutton unveiled (

Two suspected scams in Newmarket, Richmond Hill, two different outcomes (

GTA News

City of Brampton sacks 25 managers, key staff (

TTC needed ‘sleight of hand’ to get extra federal cash, says board member (

Growth plan will fill in ‘missing middle’ of housing choices: Report (

Toronto-area schools to allow religion-based class exemptions (

Joe Cressy wants new downtown parkland moved to head of the queue (

Mayor's office trying to get province in on Don River project (

Provincial News

Peterborough breached Municipal Act with closed session April meeting (

Federal News

Talks between Uber, Quebec going down to the wire (

Temper high expectations for proposed national housing strategy, CMHC says (

CMHC head warns of funding shortage to meet housing strategy demands (
Sept. 6
Vaughan News

Province announces $1.05 million annual funding to Hospice Vaughan ( and

Concerts In The Park - RED: A Tribute To Taylor Swift ( and

Concerts In The Park - Thriller Canada: A Tribute To Michael Jackson ( and

Vaughan Chamber Of Commerce Member Appreciation BBQ ( and

The Second Annual High Tea With MP Deb Schulte At The Doctor's House ( and

Indian Independence Flag Raising Day At Vaughan City Hall ( and

Man in serious condition after lone vehicle crashes into Vaughan guardrail (

CTV News Channel: Back to school fire safety (

This library’s iridescent facade reflects the innovative thinking going on inside (

York Region News

Everyone should contribute to keep costs down for user fees (

LSRCA tightens rules for development to control water contaminants (

Aurora GO temporary parking agreement with church will move forward (

UPDATED: Stouffville mayors past, present want council fill decision overturned (

Quarry quarrel: Site expansion plans pit residents against brick company (  

GTA News

Dynamic architect Dermot Sweeny loves Toronto – but it drives him crazy (

Can the city fund two new downtown parks? (

Provincial News

Wynne plans to lead Liberals into election as Tories claim she’ll leave after byelection loss (

Federal News

Calgary police taking action to address employee concerns raised in 2015 internal survey (

Liberals face tough choices on Canada Post (

Enbridge to buy Spectra Energy in $37-billion deal (