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Feb. 10
Vaughan News

York Region events: 8 things to do this weekend (Feb. 10 to 12) (

KPMG looks to clients in locating Vaughan office (

Nord East Condos at Expo City is launching soon in Vaughan’s burgeoning downtown (

York Region News

Owner of tree-cutting property in Markham appears in court (

Costs for Aurora's two underpasses along Leslie Street keep rising (

GTA News

Focus on 905 to 905 transit, less on downtown Toronto, says planner (

Toronto neighbours clash over cutting down 70-year-old tree near High Park (

Provincial News

Taxi companies reverse on plan to pull service if camera requirement removed from bylaw (

Federal News

Qualtrough pushes for accessibility despite cost (

Trudeau’s meeting with Trump in Washington will set tone for years (

Decision on mail delivery coming in spring, federal Liberals tell Canada Post union (
Feb. 9
Vaughan News

Vaughan deputy fire chief serving as aide-de-camp to lieutenant governor (

Canada Census 2016: Toronto growth well above the already high national average (

Woodbridge townhouses proposed (NRU)

Kleinberg apartments proposed (NRU)

Maple townhouses proposed (NRU)

Approval recommended for Vaughan secondary suites OPA (NRU)


York Region, Red Cross working on deal for emergency humanitarian aid (

Peel considers new approach to deal with retailers who want to open on stat holidays (

York Region News


Town staff against changes to Greenbelt boundary in Queensville (

Queensville residents fight to remove home from town's heritage list (

Town makes permit parking cheaper in downtown Stouffville (

King votes to demolish Nobleton heritage home with foundation cracks (

'Secret' Mount Albert townhouses to alter Vivian Creek Park (

Markham tree cut spurs demand for higher fines; developer blames 'jealousy' (

East Gwillimbury water rates set to rise $75 in 2017 (

Taxes, water and sewer rates set to go up in Georgina (

Newmarket taxpayers facing a $51 tax increase for 2017 (

Internet voting and ranked ballots not likely for 2018 in Newmarket (

GTA News

Mississauga slated to receive $32 million in gas tax funding in 2022 (

Tolls are dead but Ontario cities’ bills piling up (



Provincial News


Cab drivers could pull their cars off the streets amid Uber battle (

Government wages in Ontario 13.4 per cent more than private sector: Fraser report (

Federal News

Immigration fuels Canada’s population growth of 1.7 million in five years: latest census (

Big Canadian cities see faster suburban growth despite bid to boost density (
Feb. 8
Vaughan News

Canada’s first smart hospital is becoming a reality (

Woodbridge residents skeptical of Environment Ministry site cleanup report (

Pick of the Week: Celebrate the cold with the annual Vaughan Winterfest (

York Region, Red Cross working on deal for emergency humanitarian aid (

GTA News

Toronto's Pearson airport unveils early concept for transit hub (

GO Transit passengers at risk for exposure to diesel exhaust (

Executive committee signs off on 2017 budget, paving way for council’s approval (

What happens to Toronto when things get tough? (

What will happen to Honest Ed’s sign? (

Toronto mosques can tap into federal security funding in wake of Quebec shootings (

'Toronto is next' to get federal approval for supervised injection sites (

Provincial News

Ontario businesses hopeful about own future but not the province’s economy, survey finds (

Wynne welcomes report saying pension surplus counts toward province’s bottom line (

In continued pre-election bid for peace, Wynne strikes deal with teachers' union (

Dead and diseased tree harvest underway at Fairy lake (

Federal News

Federal government to give $372.5M in loans to Bombardier (

Green Party leader pushes for inquiry into major storms (

Canadians want Trudeau to stand up to Trump, even if it leads to trade war: poll (

Liberals trying to look more liberal with relaunch of cherished programs (

New census technology under close watch as Statcan looks to the future (
Feb. 7
Vaughan News

Acrow's Modular Steel Bridge Used in Award-Winning Project (

CTO Download: Designing Digital Strategy to Empower Prosperity (

Aurora to review snow plow standards, from 8 cm back to 5 cm (

TTC’s Fifth Annual Customer Charter Released (

Parents push back over potential closure of nearly-full Catholic elementary school in Vaughan (

GTA News

Queen St. West to offer free Wi-Fi in new parkettes (

Toronto mayor and councillors poised to get 2.1 per cent pay boost (

Provincial News

Uber to cease operations in London if bylaw requiring cameras in vehicles approved (

The fight for Ontario’s disappearing $11 billion: Cohn (

Federal News

The politically sensitive act of census-taking (

Planners, policy-makers look forward to 2016 census data release Wednesday (
Feb. 6
Vaughan News

Vaughan sets up Facebook page to pay tribute to Quebec mosque shooting victims (

Bill Fisch forestry centre first York building to get LEED Platinum (

Basement apartment study to be discussed at Vaughan meeting (

As Toronto home prices soar, commuters will feel the pain (

Ontario hopes broadband subsidies will help save rural economies (

York Region News

Richmond Hill tells Pride Parade Yonge Street event must move (

York police to hire 100 new recruits in 2017 as veteran ranks retire (

GTA News

John Tory presses premier to address daycare crisis (

Riverside Drive residents are concerned with the city’s re-design plan (

Housing market sizzles in Toronto’s suburbs (

Provincial News

London city hall: Councillor warns of backlash over Uber rules (

Confederation Park ash trees to be removed due borer damage (

Federal News

Power restored to N.B. communities hit by ice storm (

Premier confirms review to occur on storm recovery efforts (