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July 21
Vaughan News

WATCH: Inspiring future firefighters (City News and

GTA News

Network of Toronto laneways could help bridge gaps in cycling infrastructure, advocates say (

Etobicoke residents not fans of GTAA's 'Master Plan' for Pearson Airport (

Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust purchases first piece of community land (

Old Mill bridge transformed into canvas for Indigenous art (

Provincial News

Women, recent immigrants to see big benefits from minimum wage increase (

Ontario on track to setting 19 as minimum legal age for recreational pot (

Hydro One's $6.7B acquisition may gouge ratepayers, critics say (

Federal News

'Extensive' vetting process found no reason Payette shouldn't be GG, Trudeau says (

NAFTA talks ‘too important’ for partisanship, Trudeau says (
July 20
Vaughan News

New face for Vaughan: council adds a member (NRU)

York development charges appeal allowed (NRU)

Ahmadi Muslim gathering pushes peaceful version of Islam (

York Region News

Stouffville council to discuss alleged "break-in" to Altmann's office (

GTA News

Toronto report on road safety system may be delayed by one year (

Toronto aims for Canada’s greenest employer award (

Etobicoke man's park staircase a hit with neighbours, but mayor warns against copycats (

Who should use this 100-year-old Scarborough road? Not trucks, says resident (

Fraudsters impersonating fire safety inspectors, Brampton Fire warns (

Dundas connects: BRT for now (NRU)

Brampton shale extraction proposal: quarry quarrel (NRU)

Provincial News

13 cars from CN freight train derail in Strathroy (

Hydro One signs blockbuster deal to buy U.S. utility Avista for $4.4-billion (

Ontarians pay highest rates in Canada for hydro, study shows (

Greening the city: Hamilton pop-up park (NRU)

Federal News

Tax changes would hurt profitable businesses, opponents warn Ottawa (

Premiers want more help from Ottawa to meet cannabis-legalization deadline (
July 19
Vaughan News

Vaughan Female Firefighter Camp (Newstalk 1010 - The Night Side)

3 shot and wounded outside Woodbridge lounge (

Feeling the heat? Here are 5 places to cool off in York Region (

Orangeville residents among the highest taxed in Ontario: report (

York Region News

Newmarket latest town to close drive-test neighbourhood to driving instructors (

GTA News

Councillors efforts to derail ward realignments undermines democracy in Toronto (

Mayor Tory wants Toronto to get a share of pot revenues (

How a zoning bylaw could transform 500 apartment sites across the city (

Provincial News

Niagara landfill transforms into farm for bees (

Federal News

Canada’s premiers discuss delaying the legalization of marijuana (

Ottawa vows to lift corporate secrecy in bid to stop tax evasion and money laundering (

Trudeau urged to lay out Canada’s NAFTA objectives (

Conservatives mount campaign against Trudeau over Omar Khadr settlement (
July 18
Vaughan News

Mackenzie Health Launches First in Canada Epic End-to-End Electronic Medical Record (

GTA News

Believe it or not, Toronto’s council is helping it close in on ‘world city’ status, Australian urbanist says (

Etobicoke's Albion Library embraces changing urban landscape (

A stretch of Yonge St. could become Canada’s ‘most accessible’ neighbourhood (

The province must address problem of unlicensed homes offering services to vulnerable residents, Mayor Tory says (

Toronto housing takes sharp turn into buyer’s market (

Provincial News

Marijuana legalization, cross-border trade, opiods, pharmacare top agenda at premiers’ meeting (

Federal News

Canadians are invited to share their ideas on how to better prevent and reduce homelessness across Canada (

Ottawa targets income ‘sprinkling’ loophole that lets wealthy Canadians reduce tax bill (

'Hold, please' no more: Texting for a cab coming soon to 2 Saskatoon taxi lines (

Housing sales fall in most markets across Canada (
July 17
Vaughan News

Finding the positive in spite of growing negative coverage (

Canada’s Wonderland poised for 'something interesting' amid hints of new hotel (

It's all things Latin at Fuerza Latina in Vaughan July 15 (

GTA Housing Market Was “Canada’s Least Healthy” (

York Region News

How much have foreign buyers affected Toronto’s housing market? (

GTA News

Coloured canopy and street style portraits among the artworks coming to eight TTC subway stations (

Provincial News

Barrie needs your thoughts on its transportation industry bylaw (

City to look at policy covering short-term rentals (

Federal News

Canada is America’s biggest and best customer by far, Trudeau tells U.S. governors’ conference (