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Nov. 10
Vaughan News

Why condos are more expensive than houses in the Greater Toronto Area (

Remembrance Day around the GTA: Where to go and what you need to know (

Alectra selling its shares in Collus PowerStream to Collingwood (

Wintry weather hits the GTA, icy roads in spots (

York Region News

Probe into trustee’s use of racial slur cost taxpayers $30,000 (

GTA News

Scarborough subway debate lacks vital information (

City staff seek judicial review of arbitrated firefighter contract (

When mixed-used development isn’t so mixed (

Provincial News

Ontario's Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network a good initiative for future mobility: infrastructure advocate (

City ends scheduled taxi cab inspections (

City hall adding jobs in 2018, but top bureaucrat points to trend of downsizing (

Federal News

Parent or caregiver? What the feds' EI changes mean for you (

Paid time off for victims of domestic violence, province promises (

Elections Canada wants someone to launch simulated phishing attack (
Nov. 9
Vaughan News

Vaughan high-rise tower proposed (NRU)

Woodbridge stacked townhouses proposed (NRU)

Kleinburg subdivisions proposed (NRU)

Vaughan office building proposed (NRU)

Vaughan to support townhouses at OMB (NRU)

Vaughan residents likely to pay 3% more on 2018 tax bills (

Blaze rips through Woodbridge home under renovation (

York Region News

Newmarket residential parking review - millennials driving demand (NRU)

Aurora nixes on-street winter parking following review of pilot program (

GTA News

TTC plans to buy first electric buses, targets emissions-free fleet by 2040 (

More than half of Peel neighbourhoods low-income: report (

Do your neighbours make more than you? Search our map of income in the GTA (

Street overhaul that puts transit first set to launch on King St. (

Toronto-area new housing starts drop 42 per cent in October (

Provincial News

OMB reform and committees of adjustments - uncertainty remains (NRU)

Employment in Oakville - protecting and attracting jobs (NRU)

Ontario's Patient Ombudsman eyes improvements to health care (

Condo disputes can now be resolved online (

Ontario NDP proposes new protections for temporary workers (

County set to appoint its first Integrity Commissioner (

Federal News

City of Saskatoon asking public for advice on ride-hailing companies (
Nov. 8
Vaughan News

PICK OF THE WEEK: Get into the holiday spirit at Vaughan's SantaFest (

Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital boosts capacity with 120 beds in new centre (

Toronto's future transit links hold promise of substantial real estate investment (

Ontario's largest electricity service providers stand behind the winter moratorium and reconnection program (

Region warns blacklegged tick population expanding as 1 found in King (

York Region News

Markham innovator says product could save you 50 per cent on hydro bill (

GTA News

City wrestles with Airbnb rules (

Toronto council votes to make the Bloor St. bike lanes permanent (

Toronto is now majority visible minority. What about your neighbourhood? (

Developers should help pay to expand overcrowded schools, councillor says (

TTC plans 43 subway closures next year, up from 35 this year (

Ribbon Cutting Opens Sales Centre for Solmar's Edge Towers (

Provincial News

Ball in council's court as infrastructure gap goes unchecked (

Province appears set to pass Uber bill without taxi industry amendments, spokesperson says (

Federal News

Liberals unveil $155M 'seniors' strategy' (

Canadian attitudes towards immigration hardening, poll suggests (

Health spending in Canada forecast to hit $242 billion this year: report (

Nov. 7
Vaughan News

OCE Continues to Build Capacity in Healthcare-related Innovation Procurement (

York Region News

Will Stouffville Mayor Justin Altmann make public apology? (

GTA News

How cracks could appear in the Sidewalk dream (

TTC test of new signalling system 'exceeded expectations' (

City launches 'quick-clear squads' on DVP, Gardiner (

Internal Metrolinx report found Scarborough subway 'not a worthwhile use of money' (

Toronto faces shortage of family-friendly condos: report (

Provincial News

Provincial government plans to create new home care agency (

Federal News

Health spending in Canada forecast to hit $242B this year, says report (

MPs begin amending Access to Info bill, but many suggestions voted down (

Liberals look online for policy suggestions, but may not green light most popular ones (

The complete - and uglier - picture of Canada's jobs market (

Nov. 6
Vaughan News

In praise of poppies - honour those who gave life, limb for freedom (

Kleinburg residents upset with Vaughan council over development approval (

TTC successfully tests automated subway trains and riders were none the wiser (

Ontario names first 14 cities to get marijuana shops by July (

GTA News

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

Distracted walking ban is a zombie idea that has infected the brains of reasonable people (

Plan for Toronto city hall Indigenous office moves ahead (

Bike-riding parking officer won't be silenced after his Twitter account is suspended (

Federal News

Canadian full-time jobs rise to record levels (

Business groups urge government to consider workplace safety in marijuana rules (

Montreal elects Valerie Plante as city's first female mayor (

Via Rail's attempt to limit wheelchair access on trains rejected by regulator (

Statistics Canada looks to close data gap on workplace deaths, injuries (

For Canadians in queue for long-term care spots, waiting costs 'astronomical' (