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June 9
Vaughan News

Global search finds buyer for Old Thornhill home (The Globe and Mail and

City of Vaughan accepting applications for Council appointment (

York Region News

Could Markham set up its own red-light district? (

GTA News

Toronto noise levels prompt concern from city's medical officer of health (

Queen Street without streetcars? The city might give it a look (

TTC recommends adding 5 new express bus routes in 5 years (

Toronto buildings on track to energy savings (

Toronto looks to boost kid-friendly condos (

7 reasons why laneway houses might be the future for Toronto renters (

Leslieville's leaning house received multiple building code violation warnings during construction (

Provincial News

New legislation ensures workers can take at least 10 sick days a year without a doctor’s note (

New Queen’s Park IT contract rules under fire (

Good things go to waste in Ontario (

Ontario new housing rules take a bite out of new construction numbers for country (

Federal News

CSIS kept ‘all’ metadata on third parties for a decade, top secret memo says (

Trudeau struggling to find replacements for independent federal watchdogs (

Trudeau reaffirms his opposition to constitutional negotiations with Quebec (
June 8
Vaughan News

Vaughan moving to regulate Uber, other ridesharing firms (

No condo for Thornhill's Sobeys plaza (

3 workers injured in collapse at Woodbridge highrise construction site (Toronto Star, and

Woodbridge garage refused (NRU)

What Could Canada Have Been if the Treaty Process Was Fair? (

York Region News

East Gwillimbury to add 2 councillors, move to hybrid ward system (

GTA News

Will John Tory's battle with the province pay off for Toronto? 3 experts weigh in (

Toronto surfers protest waterfront project that could ruin ‘magical’ Lake Ontario surf spot (

Toronto Revising Rules and Fees for Sidewalk Cafes (

Denmark's COBE Architects Rethink Toronto's Scrivener Square (

Penguins, flamingos could be added to Toronto's list of banned pets (

Scarborough's Sakinah Center continues standoff with City of Toronto (

Provincial News

Tory, Chicago mayor vow to fight Great Lakes funding cuts (

Why Ontario's politicians are perennially underpaid (

Landmark development: Ajax purpose-built rental (NRU)

The teaching city: Oshawa partners with schools (NRU)

Growth freeze?: funding for Halton services (NRU)

Federal News

Journalist shield law could soon become reality in Canada (

Vancouver city planners to revisit Chinatown rezoning policy (

Ottawa lays out $62-billion in new military spending over 20 years (

Senators debate removing infrastructure bank from budget bill (

What is Canada’s infrastructure bank for? (
June 7
Vaughan News

York Region theatre company launches Dinner with Canada series in Vaughan (

York Region News

Online voting coming to Aurora for 2018 municipal election (

'It's disgusting:' Neighbour bemoans Markham overgrown lawn to city (

GTA News

Province to sell Lakeview site as part of Mississauga waterfront redevelopment (

Toronto City Council Approve College Street Study (

If Toronto truly wants to be rat-free, Alberta has the answer (

The friendly yet familiar design of Toronto’s new Albion library (

Toronto could become a ‘buyer’s market’ in coming months: RBC (

Provincial News

One year to go: Countdown begins to Ontario election 2018 (

Ontario and Toronto gov’ts launch grant program for digitizing small businesses (

Federal News

New infrastructure bank to shield taxpayers from project risks: Morneau (

Canada faces new world order as America reduces leadership role, says Chrystia Freeland (
June 6
Vaughan News

Vaughan to appoint replacement for Michael Di Biase (Toronto Star and

Vaughan council to appoint former deputy mayor Di Biase's replacement (

Senior Brampton City Hall staff approved secret $1.25M bonus slush fund: report (

York U faculty holds talk about Italian food culture in Vaughan (

York Region News

York Region tech firms do business globally but partner locally (

GTA News

Toronto's public health chief wants pot possession decriminalized now (

Toronto Islands flooding should prompt real discussion on climate change (

The GTA could be in for big mosquito invasion this summer (

Toronto’s Little India is Undergoing an Urban Transition with the Vision To Preserve Its Identity (

Metrolinx to review Presto privacy policy (

Ambitious new civic centre enough to outrage any good Ford supporter (

Mayor John Tory papers Queen’s Park with concerns over crumbling social housing (

Provincial News

Job strategy for Ontarians with disabilities lacks specifics, critics say (

Ontario is ready for new NAFTA negotiations, Wynne says (

Federal News

Kim who? Canada ‘long overdue’ for a female PM, Trudeau says (

Infrastructure bank may bear ‘significant’ portion of risk in projects: documents (
June 5
Vaughan News

Vaughan city centre gets a downtown vibe: How We Live ( and Toronto Star)

Vaughan soccer president optimistic with club response to bullying incident (

Toronto's far-flung office towers do little to draw talent: Report (

York Region News

Hwy. 7 in Markham, Bayview in Richmond Hill among worst roads in 905 (

Noise complaints blight York Region as busy festival weekend kicks off (

'We should be way ahead of where we are': advocate for disabled (

Newcomer resources in York Region reflect growth of language diversity (

Markham tree-cutting woman pays way out instead of planting 18 trees (

Water bandit memo takes aim at plugging Markham problem leak (

GTA News

Brampton's secondary suite dilemma divides the city (

Toronto’s housing market feels chill from provincial measures (

Toronto’s ambitious bike plan, one year later (

Bloor St. bike lanes find strong support from residents (

Toronto fire department finds ‘significant’ fire code violations in short-term rentals (

Is ‘density’ a dirty word in a growing Toronto? (

Toronto seeks perfect partner to dream up 'Digital City' (

Provincial News

Metrolinx has been quietly sharing Presto users’ information with police (

Ontario premier appalled by Donald Trump’s move to pull out of Paris climate accord (

Gaming companies still betting on Sault Ste. Marie despite OLG uncertainty (

Federal News

Federal government approves three supervised-injection sites in Toronto (

Trudeau urges municipal leaders to see infrastructure bank as voluntary (