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Aug. 11
Vaughan News

5 things to do this weekend (Vaughan Citizen and Thornhill Liberal)

York Region News

New tree owner is re-leafed Markham has put down roots for him (

Aurora facilities to offer new power boost menu to promote healthy eating (

GTA News

Cabbagetown house is the subject of a decade-long neighbourhood battle (

Toronto harm reduction advocates pushing for pop-up safe-injection sites (

'Communication failures' caused school bus crisis of 2016, Ontario ombudsman's report reveals (

Provincial News

Enjoy free admission to Sibbald Point Provincial Park (

Province announces funding for Highway 26 widening in Collingwood (

Andrea Horwath slams Kathleen Wynne for not calling a Toronto Centre byelection (

Chamber of commerce urges tax cuts for business as NDP Leader Andrea Horwath calls for beefed up labour reforms to help workers (

Federal News

Cities urge Trudeau government to rethink federal homelessness strategy (

Quebec researcher doubts census data citing major increase of anglophones (
Aug. 10
Vaughan News

Smart Real Estate Investment Trust Releases Second Quarter Results for 2017 and Announces Distribution Increase (

LISTEN: Could organized crime be responsible for shootings in Vaughan? (CBC Metro Morning and

Join Vaughan resident in Parkinson SuperWalk, become everyday hero (

Vaughan's Gabriella Wilder performs at Woodbridge Ribfest (

York Region News

Aurora resident offended by lack of 'Christmas' in tree lighting ceremony (

School's not in for new Markham high school this September (

GTA News

Woodbine believes casino plans will mesh with proposal to build a new community in northwest Toronto (

Cost to refurbish 'Tetanus Park': $150,000 (

Toronto home buyers and sellers play the waiting game (

Provincial News

Ontario Reaches Major Milestone on Eglinton Crosstown LRT Construction (

Federal News

Giant hogweed plant that can cause burns and blindness spreading in Canada (

Canadian building permits rise in June; single-family home plans decrease (

NDP government says feedback shows most Albertans oppose daylight time (

Canada’s economic growth: is this as good as it gets? (
Aug. 9
Vaughan News

Take a trip to one of these quaint Ontario towns this weekend (

York Region News

Aviation noise from Pearson may force Richmond Hill resident from home (

Is story behind Markham’s controversial cow sculpture a tall tale? (

GTA News

Woodbine’s ‘city-within-a-city’ casino expansion expected to generate 2,500 jobs (

Residents concerned about tree-cutting at Ramsden Park (

Cabbagetown residents angry about city, neighbour's handling of new construction (

More than 220 Toronto youth to get summer jobs after federal government investment (

Architects want to build a Toronto highrise out of wood and trees - and it's inspired by Habitat 67 (

Woodbine casino a step closer to reality, but some still concerned (

Provincial News

Ontario to get 17 new ridings, including a constituency that is largely Indigenous (

Massey Hall’s major renovation gets a little more cash from province (

Ontario wants more clean electricity from Quebec...if it saves money (

Federal News

Canada's hope to get climate change into NAFTA could be a struggle (

Ottawa mulls tougher drunk driving laws by lowering legal alcohol limit (

What's stopping Canadians from buying electric vehicles? (
Aug. 8
Vaughan News

TransCanada to expand mainline system capacity (

York Region News

People test positive for West Nile virus, Lyme disease in York Region (

July home sales plummet in York Region (

'I make no apologies for photo-ops': Markham mayor responds to critic (

Mayor says extra push on to silence Markham train horns by early 2018 (

Just who gave approval for Markham’s cow statue? (

Sleepless in Stouffville: Airbnb scam brings unwanted guests to home (

GTA News

Amid growing demand, GTA libraries are helping to fill a social-services gap (

Here's where single-person households are clustering in Toronto (

Why Toronto remains an underachiever - and why it won't last (

Growth of big players in Airbnb rentals shows need for regulations, city says (

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

Ikea monkey, dart guy immortalized on downtown Toronto mural (

Provincial News

The roundabout way to control road traffic (

Uber public transit a huge success according to Innisfil (

Federal News

The costs and the legacies of hosting the Games (

Vancouver city planners aim to make high-density neighbourhoods livable (

Parks Canada prepared for ‘exceptional levels of visitation’ for Canada 150 (