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Jan. 27
Vaughan News

Downtown T.O. density coming to Thornhill (

Ontario Moving Forward on Highway 427 Expansion in Vaughan (

Ontario picks construction consortium to build Highway 427 extension (

Province hosting public meeting in Vaughan to discuss five-year child care plan (

York Region News

Education minister appoints 2 reviewers to investigate York Region school board (

Markham Councillor Karen Rea to spend night on streets for 360Kids (

GTA News

Canada’s biggest bank warns of possible cooling measures coming to Toronto housing market (

Green group takes aim at Scarborough privatization trash talk (

Provincial News

Kathleen Wynne stopping John Tory’s plan for tolls on DVP, Gardiner (

Waterloo Region's vehicle for hire bylaw slowly rolling out (

It’s up to provinces to take health money, Trudeau says (

Federal News

Trudeau to end controversial cash-for-access fundraisers (

Canadian journalism urged to tackle the ‘culture of free’ to survive (
Jan. 26
Vaughan News

Vaughan council opts to keep ward boundaries as is for 2018 election (

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre transit terminal breaks ground (

Construction schedule for Hwy. 427 extension in Vaughan to be unveiled in March (

York Region News

Richmond Hill takes aim at puppy mills (

Markham shoots down ranked ballot option for 2018 election (

Intensification in Richmond Hill - Traffic jam (NRU)

GTA News

Toronto residents receive fake parking ticket emails (

Why does Toronto give more protection to trees than it does to buildings? (

Outdated regulations - Refreshed zoning (NRU)

Provincial News

City Committee Fails to Endorse Proposed Uber Regulations (

Burlington budget - Planning shift (NRU)

Federal News

Ontario’s 150 anniversary logo cost taxpayers $30K (

Electoral reform continues to be Trudeau’s curse (

Most Canadians have a poor understanding of CPP, reports reveal (

Ottawa, provinces poised for sweeping internal trade deal (

New report investigates Canada’s media crisis (
Jan. 25
Vaughan News

COLUMN: Alectra - Vaughan’s new electric utility unveiled (vaughan citizen)

Downsview Park Station will host TTC, GO Transit, connect line to 905 (

Transit hub at Vaughan Metropolitan Centre underway (

York Region News

Markham considering stretch breaks, speaking limits during meetings (

King gets $1.65 M for broadband expansion from feds and province (

GTA News

Proposed budget balances books with reserve funds (

Discipline required over video to build public confidence (

Toronto developers accused of carrying out ‘stealth’ demolitions amid heritage-designation backlog (

City Committee to Revisit Uber Regulation Talks (

Provincial News

Ontario launches celebrations of its 150th anniversary (

Federal News

Justin Trudeau welcomes Keystone approval (

Most Canadians happy with current voting system, but open to electoral reform: report (

Ottawa facing growing calls to bolster media industry (

Canada is the world’s newest tax haven (

Jan. 24
Vaughan News

TTC's newest subway extension taking shape (

TYSSE Year In Review 2016 (TYSSE)

A look inside Downsview Park Station in Vaughan (

York Region Transit altering two bus routes running through Vaughan (

York Region News

'Not good planning': Markham townhouses expected to be approved Jan. 26 (

GTA News

Toronto budget chief echoes Rob Ford and suggests that city has too many managers (

Provincial News

Kathleen Wynne stresses benefits of free trade with U.S. - for both countries (

Taxi drivers get green light to sue Uber for $300 million (

Federal News

Privacy watchdog investigating complaints around sharing economy (
Jan. 23
Vaughan News

WATCH: Celebrating Lunar New Year at Vaughan City Hall (City News)

LISTEN: Councillor Yeung Racco talks Chinese New Year on 105.9 The Region (105.9 The Region)

PowerStream donates more than $205,000 to United Way ( and

15th annual Vaughan Business-to-Business Expo runs Feb. 1 (

Vaughan indoor ski, snowboard facility featured on CBC's Rick Mercer Report (

York Region News

York Region residents share stories about Women's March in Toronto (

York Region parents react to U.S. peanut allergy announcement (

GTA News

In Toronto, it’s difficult for seniors to cross the street both slowly and safely (

Riverside re-design angers residents who say it will encourage speeding (

Cap and trade to cost city taxpayers an extra $7.1 million (

Budget provides proof of city's spending problem (

Yorkdale-sized shopping complex coming to Toronto's east side (

Provincial News

Ontario premier Wynne writes open letter criticizing Kevin O’Leary’s policies, comments (

Ontario failing to release reports of complaints against judges (

Federal News

New advisory committees could change the face of Canada’s judiciary (

Trudeau receptive to $12.6-billion social housing request, mayors say (