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Aug. 4
Vaughan News

Vaughan's deputy city manager of planning named new TRCA CEO (

What's open/what's closed in York Region: Aug. 7 (

York Region events: 5 things to do this weekend (August 4 to 7) (

The best places to live in Toronto for commuters (

Controversial newsletter continues to be distributed in GTA (

York Region News

Tree trouble spurs Markham resident to challenge mayor on photo-op (

PlaceSpeak launched to give Aurora residents stronger voice (

GTA News

One of Canada’s fastest growing economies is in … Oshawa (

500-per-cent property tax increase will change the face of Yonge St.: Keenan (

Toronto bike lanes now protected by three parking officers (

Free sunscreen will be available at some Toronto parks (

Provincial News

Liberals mocked over ‘frivolous’ complaint that Tories, NDP are breaking fundraising law (

Federal News

Large commercial operators a growing concern in the Airbnb market, study says (

Beaconsfield receives $28,000 from Tree Canada and its partners to fight Emerald Ash Borer (

Will ride-sharing catch on in Regina? (

More fast-charging stations coming for electric vehicles in the Maritimes (
Aug. 3
Vaughan News

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Announces John MacKenzie as New CEO (

Lot of holes before future site of Canadian Open is set (

Drone Delivery Canada partners with supply chain company TECSYS to assist the healthcare sector (

York Region News

Heritage homes become homeless housing in York Region (

Stouffville puts residential parking pilot on hold after complaints (

Georgina shops for site and potential partnerships for MURC facility (

GTA News

Bike Share Toronto expanding by 70 stations (

Severe weather conditions expected in the GTA Friday (

Toronto home prices fall, new listings slide as sellers move to sidelines (

2017 residential and multi-residential tax rates - GTHA rates decrease (NRU)

Provincial News

Hamilton street conversations - changing directions (NRU)

Glen Abbey proposal - preserving culture (NRU)

Federal News

Canadians speaking more languages, census reveal (

Highlights from the 2016 census (

Pruning tree-trimming budget threatens urban forest, city councillor says (

Aug. 2
Vaughan News

Ways to spend a staycation in York Region (

GTA residential land deals lead to record Q2 sales (

York Region News

King celebrates federal, provincial investment in Nobleton sewers (

'See Canada like never before' as Sesqui 360 dome visits Richmond Hill (

GTA News

Toronto firefighters will soon be equipped with naloxone kits (

TRCA to launch investigation into a family's bid to re-purchase expropriated land (

Mayor John Tory wants TTC fare freeze for 2018 (

Provincial News

Ontario Real Estate Association pledges to watch the watchdog (

Federal News

Canada's cooling experiment (

Do pets have rights? Halifax court muses about new laws in custody battle over dog (

Haliburton officials upset after man trademarks name of county (
Aug. 1
Vaughan News

The Official Opening of Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service Station #7-3 (snapd Woodbridge/Vaughan East)

City of Vaughan - Canada Day Celebration (snapd Woodbridge)

City Of Vaughan Environmental Day (snapd Woodbridge)

Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park (snapd Woodbridge/Vaughan East)

La Rocca Memorial Society Bursary Recipients' Dinner & Networking Event (snapd Woodbridge/Vaughan East)

Idol Eyes 'N' Feet Grand Re-opening BBQ Bash (snapd Woodbridge)

The Art Beat Festival (snapd Woodbridge)

The Official Grand Opening of The Smoke BBQ Restaurant (snapd Vaughan East)

The Vaughan Latin Festival (snapd Vaughan East)

Councillor Racco's Annual Ward 4 Movie Night (snapd Vaughan East)

Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at pledges $2M for future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital (snapd Vaughan East)

Bathurst Clark Resource Library hosts Writers' Series: Anthony De Sa (snapd Vaughan East)

Anne Frank: The History for Today Exhibit at Dufferin Clark Library (Snapd Vaughan East)

York Region News

Newmarket-Aurora MPP Chris Ballard fills environment minister's boots (

Heritage, homelessness team up to help York Region's at-risk youth (

GTA News

City of Toronto looking at how to make downtown living more pet-friendly (

Zoning changes give new life to Toronto's 'apartment neighbourhoods' (

No blank cheque for Toronto's housing repair backlog, new minister says (

Provincial News

Ontario government must hand over information to accessibility advocates, commission rules (

Bid to stop new City of Peterborough public works yard plan rejected by council (

Animal cruelty investigation underway into Ontario property overrun by cats (

Environment Minister Glen Murray resigns from Kathleen Wynne's cabinet (