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Nov. 17
Vaughan News

Passchendaele soldier remembered at Vaughan Remembrance Day ceremony (

York Region News

York region council votes to allow shopping 364 days a year (

GoFundMe page started to pay for Stouffville mayor's 'People's Chain' (

Paid GO parking coming? Stouffville asks Metrolinx to reconsider (

GTA News

City prepping for Lyft application, after successful year with Uber (

Hydro One CEO says rate hike needed to keep system stable (

Toronto council the next stop for rules governing short-term rentals like those offered on Airbnb (

Provincial News

Northumberland County to replace 6,000 infected trees over seven years (

Federal News

Quebec to keep strict controls over legal marijuana (
Nov. 16
Vaughan News

Edgeley Pond and Park to Act as Catalyst for Growth in Vaughan (  

3C Contact Services Relocates to Larger Office in Vaughan to Better Serve Customers (

York Region News

Markham mayor slams proposed changes to holiday shopping bylaw in York Region (

Paid GO parking coming? Stouffville asks Metrolinx to reconsider (

'I don't need the chain': Stouffville mayor expenses extra chain of office (

GTA News

Drones transporting emergency medical aid could be flying over Peel next year (

Cycling finally getting recognized as legitimate transportation: The Fixer (

Basement apartment ban proposed for Toronto Airbnb (

Provincial News

Keep pot stores away from schools: association (  

The $15-an-hour minimum wage emerges as key in 2018 election (  

Stronger protections needed to fight erratic scheduling, advocates say (
Nov. 15
Vaughan News

Former Toronto police chief Julian Fantino heads marijuana company after change of heart (

'Transit worsened for me,' Vaughan woman tells Newmarket Metrolinx group (

York Region News

Stouffville reinstates 3-hour parking limit on all streets (

GTA News

TTC budget proposal calls for fare freeze, no extra service in 2018 (

King St. condo in Parkdale gets the go-ahead after protesters shut down city hall meeting (

Provincial News

Ontario small businesses to receive tax relief ahead of election (

Nov. 14
Vaughan News

Top GTA neighbourhoods ranked by commute times (

ANALYSIS: Transit users left behind by political interference (

Tale of thumbs-up, thumbs-down for 2 Kleinburg developments in Vaughan (

York Region News

COLUMN: Growing poverty, precarious employment require regional solution (

GTA News

Toronto to get new ride-hailing choice with Lyft in first foray outside U.S. (

Ottawa could be next in line for Lyft as company gears up for Toronto expansion (

Toronto parks to reflect Indigenous history (

Transit advocates call for two-hour transfers on TTC (

City staff recommend 5 per cent water rate increase, 2 per cent garbage increase (

Provincial News

Developers recognized for great design (

Federal News

Feds delay $2.14 billion in construction cash (

Sousa to unveil tax cuts for small businesses in budget update (

Canada seeks updated climate change predictions for new building codes (
Nov. 13
Vaughan News

Remembering decorated war veterans from York Region (

Report highlights four Toronto commercial growth hotspots ( and

Falls to push for government-run pot shop (

More information still needed to determine local impact of pot legalization, mayor says (

York Region News

York board probe into Nancy Elgie’s use of n-word cost taxpayers $30,000 (

Water, sewer issues plug plans for Georgina seniors facilities (

OMB says no — twice — to development proposed for downtown Richmond Hill (

GTA News

Toronto condo's backup power generators go live, 4 years after the ice storm (

Lyft, Uber’s ride-hailing rival, is expanding to the GTA (

Streetcars now rule the road along King St. in downtown core (

Despite Bloor bike lanes, Toronto lags on cycling infrastructure, critics say (

Chinatown filming notice provokes heated debate on social media (

City mulls restrictions on Airbnb-style rentals (

Provincial News

Ontario investing in autonomous vehicle research (

Uber had few complaints after first year in Ottawa (

Critics raise privacy concerns as Ontario eyes use of highway-patrol drones (

Federal News

City to pour more money into road resurfacing as part of 2018 budget (

Uber on the Way: Manitoba Passes Ride-Sharing Legislation (