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May 12
Vaughan News

Committee to bring resident survey to Promenade developer (

York Region politicians angry over John Tory's threat to stop subway project (

York Region News

Historic sites across York Region open during Doors Open 2017 (

More York Region stores included in expanded E. coli scare recall (

Inflammatory newspaper Your Ward News found in Richmond Hill (

GTA News

Community leaders slam councillors’ recommendation to freeze spending (

Tory wants to speed up construction projects by extending work hours (

Toronto woman wrongly given parking tickets for putting ‘for sale’ sign in car (

Metrolinx strikes light-rail deal with Alstom, bypassing Bombardier (

Provincial News

Ontarians will face hydro-bill shock after short-term relief, PCs say (

Ontario’s Greenbelt architect launches defence of anti-sprawl policies (

Bad hospital discharges among top complaints, Ontario watchdog finds (

Ottawa City Hall yanks down anti-abortion flag after councillors express anger (

Liberals' reckless blunders to blame for hydro fiasco (

Federal News

Feds hoping to find strength in numbers to help extinguish illegal marijuana trade (

Government flood damage compensation likely to increase, Quebec Premier Couillard says (

Canadians with disabilities face alarmingly high tax rates, new report reveals (
May 11
Vaughan News

Vaughan greenfield heritage - architectural control (NRU)

Province hosting community meeting in Vaughan on Black Youth Action Plan (

What’s in a name? Alectra enters the debt market for the first leaves and leaves with $675 million (

York Region News

Age-friendly tourism - accessible downtowns (NRU)

Get disaster tips at York Region's emergency preparedness fair May 12 (

King bylaw investigating after tear gas ingredient released in King (

GTA News

Toronto needs to find more money or spend less (

Toronto tech boom poised to bring good and bad (

Uber’s new Toronto research hub is a big win for Canada (

Possible E. coli contamination triggers ground meat recall across the GTA (

Scarborough residents question why subway plan gives them just one new stop (

Toronto's radical librarians critique Little Free Library (

Who’s really paying for Toronto Community Housing repairs? (

GTA subway battle heats up (

Provincial News

City of Ottawa opening info centres for residents affected by flood (

'I hope we don't think we won this battle:' City prepares for massive flood recovery (

Rapid growth in Milton - funding disconnect (NRU)

Federal News

Yes, I’m a millennial. No, I didn’t grow up with smartphones (

N.S. Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit if elected (

May 10
Vaughan News

Ontario Improving Transit Experience for Commuters in Vaughan (

Chris Slik and Susan Kelly from Vaughan Animal Services talk about upcoming rabies clinic on ‘What Pet Should I Get?’ with Julia Bachelor (Rogers TV York)

Mayor threatens to block subway extension unless province pays for relief line (

GTA News

Region of Peel agrees to cost share Albion Vaughan study (

The dirty secret of Toronto’s bacteria-laced harbor (

TDSB shuts down Snapchat, Netflix and Instagram in schools (

North York bike lane proposal absurd: Councillor (

Provincial News

Patrick Brown introduces accountability plan (

Ontario lawyers head to court June 12 in bid to dismiss CUPE lawsuit aimed at stopping Hydro One sale (

Province serves up menu boost for residents of nursing homes (

Federal News

Feds spend nearly $1,900 on cardboard cut-outs of Trudeau to ‘promote Canada’ (

Anti-Semitic incidents highest on record in Canada last year with 490 in Ontario (

Value of Canadian building permits falls 5.8 per cent in March (
May 9
Vaughan News

Thornhill ratepayers president earns hero award (

Vaughan home improvement app creator lands spot on CBC's 'Dragons' Den' (

GTA condo boom bursting in the ’burbs (

York Region News

Markham woman charged with tree-cutting will be back in court May 18 (

Accident involving Newmarket students prompts road safety talks (

Richmond Hill receives more than $800K for Canada 150 celebrations (

GTA News

City staff recommend budget freeze for 2018 (

Mississauga waterfront proposal needs a rethink (

NDP pledges to pay a third of Toronto’s community housing repair bill (

Pride 2017 grant survives its first test at city hall (

Mayor John Tory ‘thrilled’ to have new federal bank in Toronto (

Provincial News

Ontario to sell Hydro One shares worth $2.8B (

Home Capital problem hitting close to home for Wynne Liberals (

Ontario airports must accommodate traffic growth, study says (

Federal News

Canadian housing starts drop as multi-unit and single-family paces slow (

Caring for aging parents costs Canadians $33 billion a year (

City faces major decisions as desire for ride sharing grows (

Visually impaired voters in B.C. given option to phone it in (

Wearables in the workplace have major implications (
May 8
Vaughan News

Woodbridge's The Country Club sold to developer (

Vaughan soccer turns discipline case over governing YRSA body (

York Region News

York Region hospitals get increased funding from provincial budget (

Bank economist tells York millennials: Forget about owning home in GTA (

Heavy rains, high water lead to York Region flooding concerns (

Newmarket closes some trails and parks due to flooding and rising water levels (

GTA News

Renters go out on a limb with Airbn-treehouse (

Will a ‘city within a city’ at Woodbine ever happen? (

Nine Toronto hospitals, health centres getting $68 million to ease wait times (

Uber opening Toronto research hub for driverless car technology (

Thousands of sites for homes sit shovel-ready in Toronto area (

Toronto’s best hope for affordable rental housing faces hardships (

Defanging the housing price monster (

Cookie-cutter daycare system not the answer (

Provincial News

Ontario debating school bus cameras to catch drivers who illegally pass stopped buses (

$54,000 Canada Goose parka purchase by Ontario government ruffles feathers (

Federal News

Liberals’ plan to curb stoned drivers face limits of its own, experts say (

Canadians still pro-immigration, but souring on United States (

Floods wreak havoc in Canada as Montreal declares emergency (