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July 28
Vaughan News

Richmond Hill has York Region's most expensive detached homes (

Vaughan’s third Transit City tower nearly sold out (

Anne Frank exhibit in Thornhill forever preserves her life (

York Region News

YRT Dial-A-Ride service changes effective Aug. 1 (

Georgina facing $28.7M price tag to fix broken roads (

Dangerous giant hogweed plant discovered in Stouffville (

Cathedraltown cow just one of family developer’s personal design cues (

GTA News

Court orders owner to demolish unfinished monster home in Brampton (

No strings attached to donate, receive food from ‘Little Free Pantry’ (

Provincial News

A councillor and his bogus POTUS add up to a brace of bozos: DiManno (

Federal News

Fort McMurray rebuild happening too quickly and cheaply, review finds (

Mini cabinet shuffle looms in Ottawa ahead of bigger changes in 2018 (
July 27
Vaughan News

COLUMN: Transforming our city (

Vaughan female firefighting camp heats up career choice for girls (


Feuding Dragon's Den family can keep chapel, judge rules (

Province launches mentorship program for black children, youth ( and

SmartREIT and Mitchell Goldhar Announce Transit City Condos Third Tower Substantially Sold Out (

Toronto home-price downturn? Not in these neighbourhoods (

York Region News



Residents have beef with Markham cow sculpture on stilts (

GTA News

Top complaints to City of Toronto’s 311 line and how to avoid a complaint against your home (


‘It’s amazing,’ retired man says of city’s replacement stairs at Etobicoke park (

Mississauga library receives federal funding to help fight homelessness (

Provincial News


Councillors to review 311 phone service options for London (

Court dismisses company’s libel lawsuit against teacher over Facebook postings (

Federal News

National Battlefields Commission limiting the spread of the emerald ash borer (

Vancouver mulls higher budget, more fines after snow response review (
July 26
Vaughan News

Interview with Regional Councillor Sunder Singh (105.9 The Region)

Hamilton still in the running for national championship course (

York Region News

York Region sees massive spike in new high-rise condo unit sales (

Bathurst Street repairs continue nearly three months after incident (

Mount Albert Centre St. townhouse development heading to the OMB (

GTA News

City’s first fully accessible baseball field coming to Scarborough (

St. Lawrence North Market construction on hold for archeological dig (

New home sales soar in June, as condos dominate market (

Toronto looking to crack down on misuse of accessible parking permits (

Provincial News

Barrie, Central Ontario communities 'celebrate' affordable housing cash (

Ontario premier headed to China and Vietnam on trade mission (

Ontario to roll out new rules for condo boards (

Federal News

62% of Canadians “oppose” or “somewhat oppose” banning ridesharing services: poll (
July 25
Vaughan News

Video: Vaughan firefighters undertake survival training (

Call for submissions to Municipal Urban Design Awards programs (

York Region News

New animal control bylaw in Stouffville brings new leash restrictions (

GTA News

Scarborough Waterfront Park from Bluffers to East Point coming to vote (

Peel Region chair’s ceremonial bling cost taxpayers over $4,500 (

Developers learning heritage buildings can be money-makers: Hume (

Provincial News

Disabilities advocates split over Guelph housing proposal (

New City of Peterborough public works yard on former Coach Canada property to be ready by fall of 2018 (

London backs down after outrage at rule banning kids over three from opposite sex pool change rooms (

Seeking wider recognition, Metrolinx spending $250,000 to design a new brand (

Federal News

Infrastructure bank studied as funding option for U.S.-Canada high-speed rail (

City to plan for electricity challenges (

Canada lags in conservation efforts (
July 24
Vaughan News

Video: Young women learn what it take to be a firefighter at summer camp (

Video: Vaughan Fire hoping to inspire a new generation of female firefighters (

Video: Vaughan firefighters demonstrate survival training (

York Region News

Community gardens to bloom under Richmond Hill's new garden policy (

Council increases height allowance for Aurora United Church proposal (

GTA News

Little-known Toronto bylaw aims to keep dogs on a short leash (

City takes down $500 DIY park staircase, will replace it for $10,000 (

Unlicensed group home operators face new health and safety violations (

How a 73-year-old is hoping to link the GTA through water-based transportation (

Provincial News

Guelph’s post-Mercury blues: How an Ontario city is coping without its local newspaper (

City of Peterborough shouldn't deal with rainwater complaints: Report (

Peterborough council to consider $2-million-plus in George St. upgrades (

Protecting vulnerable workers a must for modernizing Ontario’s economy, labour advocates say (

OPP charge Thunder Bay mayor, two others, with extortion (

Ontario to select new private operator for GTA gambling sites (