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Oct. 20
Vaughan News

Toronto’s tech talent being used to woo Amazon (

Where you live in Toronto can cost you $947 more in car insurance (

Guelph Hydro to vote on joining up with 2nd largest municipally-owned utility in North America (

Municipalities to receive funding for 103 infrastructure initiatives across Canada (

Expanding Regional Economies to Lift Home Prices in Canada's Major Markets (

York Region News

York Regional Police Services Board elects new chair and vice chair (

GTA News

Your Chariot awaits (

Mayor Linda Jeffrey headed to U.S. next month to talk business and infrastructure (

Mississauga councillors approve $26.3 million in funding for Hurontario LRT (

Mississauga council votes in favour of ward boundary review (

Mississauga’s affordable housing strategy excludes city’s most vulnerable: critics (

Provincial News

Uber busy: City bylaw staff consumed with auditing ride-for-hire company (

Ontario will have to hike taxes or cut spending, watchdog warns (

Federal News

Debate over ridesharing heats up (

Greens put Uber on B.C. legislature agenda with private member's bill (
Oct. 19
Vaughan News

Below Grade Forming in Full Swing for The Met in Vaughan (

City enters talks to merge Guelph Hydro with Alectra Utilities (

Alectra Utilities officials enters negotiations to merge with Guelph Hydro (

TTC set to hold emergency preparedness exercise at York (

York Region News

East Gwillimbury Master Plan (NRU)

Taxes set to go up $50 in East Gwillimbury preliminary 2018 budget (

GTA News

Charging stations for on-street parking get a boost in Toronto (

Bloor bike lanes one step closer to becoming permanent (

Provincial News

New report offers ideas for shaking up civic electoral system (

Cannabis Agriculture (NRU)

Planning In Barrie (NRU)

Managing Industrial Pollution (NRU)

Ontario to bid for Amazon HQ2 by investing in education, not offering incentives (

Federal News

Winnipeg mayor claims he was threatened by taxi industry over ride-hailing regulations (

Facebook’s Canadian ‘election integrity’ plan puts much of the responsibility on political players (

Opposition pans proposed changes to access law (

B.C. municipalities scurry to have say on marijuana legalization (
Oct. 18
Vaughan News

New registry crucial in emergency for Vaughan's most vulnerable people (

You're invited to supply motto for City of Vaughan Coat of Arms (

Vaughan firefighters quickly douse house fire in city's north end (

New Metrolinx chief defends his past record, commits to better 'day to day' experience (

UJA breaks ground on Prosserman JCC expansion in Toronto (

Drinking water of 24 York Region schools fails lead level safety test: MOE (

Town developing firefighters within (

York Region News

Markham cow statue to stay put, for now (

GTA News

Toronto city staff say firefighter’s new contract is ‘one-sided’ (

Google firm wins competition to build high-tech Quayside neighbourhood in Toronto (

Brampton gets to work on arts and culture master plan (

Provincial News

Innisfil 'very pleased and excited' about early months of Uber transit program (

Ontario’s 25-per-cent cut to hydro rate carries $4B pricetag: watchdog (

Federal News

Liberals won’t act on proposals to aid news industry (
Oct. 17
Vaughan News

Hydro poles crash into cars as Vaughan ravaged by 100 km/h winds (

York Region News

Don't Flush your fats, region implores (

Stouffville small businesses not impressed by Trudeau's tax cut (

Carbon tax funds to help improve York Region social housing buildings (

GTA News

Toronto littered with fallen trees, debris following wind storm (

Toronto will have say on any Hearn site sale, says Tory (

Toronto tells province that clear planning reforms are needed as soon as possible (

TTC predicting $44.5-million surplus in 2017 (

Toronto should adopt more cargo biking, report says (

Provincial News

The truth about hydro in Ontario: an updated fact check (

Federal News

British Columbia plans new ride-hailing rules for 2018 (

Liberals to cut-small business tax, tweak controversial proposals (

STUDY: Apps like Uber and Lyft create traffic congestion (
Oct. 16
Vaughan News

Power restored to 97 per cent of customers after widespread outage (

High winds cause damage, knock out power around the GTA (

Strong Winds Cause Power Outage for Over 10,000 Brampton and Mississauga Residents (

York Region News

Tories trash Liberal small business tax plan at Thornhill town hall meeting (

Markham protester chains self to tree (

GTA News

Toronto can find inspiration for its public spaces from these cities (

Toronto lighting the way for electric vehicle future (

Concerns could derail Lawrence East SmartTrack station (

Governments of Canada and Ontario invest in public transit in Toronto (

The biggest winners and the biggest losers in Toronto's Uber battle (

Power almost fully restored in Toronto after winds knocked down trees, power lines (

Toronto highrise tenants will soon know if they're 'living in a fire trap' (

Bloor bike lanes have time - and money - on their side (

Aboriginal Office at Toronto city hall would be step forward despite steps back, advocates say (

TTC didn't deliberately mislead council with Scarborough transit briefing note: auditor general (

Complaint alleges Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti improperly used city resources (

Provincial News

Ontario college faculty goes on strike after final offer rejected (

Federal News

Accessibility legislation to be tabled by spring 2018, minister says (

New NDP leader Singh launches Canada-wide charm offensive (

Uber says it will continue to operate in Quebec for now (

Drone hit commercial plane approaching Quebec City (

New WSIB policy on mental health will set workers back decades, critics say (