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July 7
Vaughan News

Guess what? Vaughan has 115 languages; we tell you where yours is (

Vaughan mayor calls all to the table for a Community Conversation inspired by Italy (

Survey finds 90% of area respondents oppose condo proposal in Thornhill (

Peterborough dips to 199th in 2017 MoneySense rankings of Best Place to Live in Canada (

GTA News

Peel Paramedics exploring concept of drone-delivered defibrillators (CaledonEnterprise)

Ottawa to require Ontario to pay one-third of Toronto’s new transit projects (

City to expand emergency drop-ins (

Lull in Toronto-area housing market expected to linger (

Council disbands Toronto Parking Authority board (

Council approves King St. pilot to prioritize streetcars, but bows to taxi industry (

Brampton councillor under fire for racially insensitive email (

Provincial News

Cats taking over parts of Cornwall (

Federal News

Feds want to cut taxi bill by abandoning paper chit payments (

UberEATS is now available in over 100 cities around the world (

Uber's driver-tipping feature rolls out in Canada (

‘Uber is the safe, smart alternative to driving to the Stampede grounds’: MADD Canada (
July 6
Vaughan News

Vaughan's free concert in the park series runs until August (

People (NRU)

Is the cessation of GO train whistles worth the million dollar price tag? (

Ward 6 council seat crowded (

York Region News

COLUMN: Richmond Hill moves to new system for parking bylaw infractions (

Stouffville mayor confirms 'CSI-style' wall, calls it 'mind map' (


York Region is a little north and a little nicer for startups (

GTA News

Twitter bike cop forced to tone it down, but Toronto’s bike lane campaign could get a boost (

Fight to stop 24-storey Eglinton Ave. condo loses at council (

Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam withdrawing ‘intersectional’ motion that clashed with Black activists: Paradkar (

Toronto adopts plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent by 2050 (




Provincial News

Foreign buyer tax impact mostly psychological, says Sousa (

Federal News

Feds lay out new infrastructure funding rules (

Destructive, invasive beetle heading for the Maritimes (

Councillors approve transit strategy, want faster implementation (

Vancouver mayor predicts new Airbnb rules will free up 1,000 units (
July 5
Vaughan News

Immigrants celebrate Canada Day with citizenship in Vaughan (

New Vaughan regional councillor pushes women's, seniors' rights, art (

Anti-Semitic graffiti sprayed on Vaughan school called 'appalling' (

Canada Day Celebration in Vaughan (

32 names on list of Ward 6 hopefuls (

York Region News

Green Lane construction delayed slightly by weather (

York Region gets funding boost to support local child care system (

GTA News

City council unanimously passes TransformTO climate plan (

City of Toronto apologizes for rapper Belly’s language at Canada 150 performance (

Provincial News

Ontario releases foreign buyer data (

Federal News

Town of Truro monitoring for arrival of tree pest, emerald ash borer (
July 4
Vaughan News

Passport to Ride Contest (

ARD Outdoor Showroom Celebrates Its Official Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony! ( and

The Unveiling of Vaughan's Electric Vehicle Charging Network ( and

Villa Colombo Vaughan Hosts BBQ for the Local Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Team (

Vaughan Kids Love Reading Event At Pierre Berton Resource Library (

Skinprovement Medi Spa & Laser Clinic Grand Opening Celebration (

Councillor DeFrancesca's 7th Annual Movie Night! (

North Maple District Regional Park Ground Breaking Ceremony (

City Of Vaughan National Public Works Day 2017 (

The 2017 Vaughan Accessibililty Fair (

Vaughan Public Libraries’ Touch A Truck (

The Return of the Big Bike At Vaughan City Hall (

Family Story Time With Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua (

Intro To Entrepreneurship (

Celebrating Our Canadian Diversity & Inclusion Italian Style (

Ontarians mark Canada 150 with citizenship ceremony, community celebrations (, and

Take off, eh? Helicopter father-son team begins global odyssey (, and

Ahmadiyya Muslims donate $2M to Mackenzie Health Foundation (

York Region News

Land use planning policy changes to give communities a stronger voice (

Stouffville residents raise alarm over ‘CSI-style’ wall (

GTA News

Milton commissioning town-wide tree inventory and more EAB treatments (

It’s a whopper! Toronto council kicks off huge meeting (

Work is in progress to unlock Port Lands, an area as large as Toronto’s downtown: Keenan (

Federal News

Uber customers to be charged sales tax starting Canada Day (

Côte-St-Luc to mark Canada's 150th by planting 150 trees (

When brutal storms strike, some rural areas can't cope, municipalities say (

Canadians Of All Income Levels Are Worried About Housing Prices (

B.C. ride-sharing companies slip through cracks as Uber faces pressure from provincial regulators (