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Oct. 6
Vaughan News

Monster trucks, midway, pumpkins, petting zoo: find it at Woodbridge Fair (

GTA News

Tory surprised by the backlash to naming a stadium after Rob Ford (

Provincial News

30-hour exercise to test Simcoe County's disaster strategy (

Across Ontario, the emerald ash borer is eating up trees - and municipal budgets (

More than 640 Ontario Schools and Daycares failed lead tests in the past two years (

Oakville man sues town over six-digit home repairs (

Ontario realtors face new double-ending rules, stiffer fines (

Province to fast-track settlement of Tarion home warranty claims (

Federal News

Canada's trade deficit grows to $3.4 billion in August (

TransCanada scraps Energy East pipeline project (

Why Canada's farm industry is ripe for change (

Quebec Superior Court rejects cabbies' demands, rules deal with Uber legal (

Cost of carrying a home set to spike in Canada. What's worse, incomes will lag (
Oct. 5
Vaughan News

Shutting subway parking lots will encourage people to take the bus: City officials (

Newmarket resident petitions for grass clipping collection (

York Region News

York Region house sales sink 50 per cent in a year, GTA's drop 35 per cent (

Petition puts public safety on radar over 'death trap' roads in Georgina (

Mackenzie Health will now report allegations of criminal behaviour to police (

Heritage vs. cultural appropriation; Stouffville debates totem pole removal (

GTA News

Toronto endorses province's pot plan (

Toronto-Area Home Sales Down, But Selling Prices Up: Real Estate Board (

Former Toronto mayor David Miller joins climate change coalition (

National housing agency looks to Airbnb for help to boost number of affordable units (

No 'Rob Ford Memorial Stadium' in Toronto after council rejects renaming proposal (

Google firm poised to partner on Toronto high-tech neighbourhood (

City to review rules for apartment temperatures after heat wave (

Provincial News

Ontario's basic income pilot project enrols 400 people, so far (

Tribunal slams WSIB practice that cuts benefits to injured migrant workers (

Abortion clinic 'buffer zones' coming to Ontario (

Too much of Ontario's waste is going to landfill: enviro watchdog (

Ontario creates 'emergency task force' on opioid crisis, but doesn't declare an emergency (

Federal News

Drone to deliver food, goods to Moose Cree First Nation in northern Ontario (

Brakes tapped on ridesharing in B.C. despite election promises to allow Uber (

Quebec government to review format of controversial systemic racism consultation (
Oct. 4
Vaughan News

Thanksgiving Day: What's open and closed in York Region (

Chickens to be allowed in some Toronto backyards (

Ontario Supporting Compassionate End-Of-Life Care for 2,000 More People Each Year (

GO Transit users to get half-price fares on TTC (

York Region News

Will your road project be bumped as York Region faces $1.5B shortfall? (

Provincial funding available for festivals in York Region (

Infrastructure costs continue to stall Georgina's Business Park (

GTA News

Public meeting for Oshawa’s ride sharing (

Fate of Bloor St. bike lanes hangs in balance, number of users revealed next week (

Volunteer bike counters step up to gather the data the city should be collecting: Keenan (

Toronto home prices rebound sharply after short slump, sales drop (

Canada’s tallest condo tower, 1 Bloor West, set to rise in Toronto (

Provincial News

City susceptible to tree-cover loss (

Federal News

SGI ready to work with municipalities on transportation networks (

Quebec not eager to make Uber stay (

Brakes tapped on ride sharing in B.C. despite election promises to allow Uber (

National housing agency looks to Airbnb for help to boost number of affordable units (

Ottawa ‘not prepared’ to deal with impacts of climate change, environment commissioner says (
Oct. 3
Vaughan News

Rutherford Station project shortlist teams selected (

Grand & Toy Officially Calls Vaughan Home, Uniting Its Head Office and Teams (

Transit update, Toronto and Ottawa (

York Region News

Confederate flag flies at Richmond Hill construction site as ban considered (

GTA News

Toronto residents do not make enough money to thrive, report says (

Council expected to vote on backyard chickens Tuesday (

Downtown skating trail to open this winter (

Federal News

Julie Payette becomes Canada’s 29th Governor General (

Housing agency explores cutting red tape for self-employed borrowers (

Trudeau’s tax plan ‘top of mind’ for premiers at first ministers’ meeting (

B.C. bill proposes two-year ban on lobbying after public service (

International News

Uber boss to meet London transport chief today in bid to keep license (
Oct. 2
Vaughan News

A subway station worth lingering in (

York Region household income jumps 17 per cent: census (

City of Vaughan Supports Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts (

The Lunar Gala Kickoff Event at Vaughan City Hall (

Arla Foods & Corp: Celebration of Safety Milestone ( and

The Podcaster Central at the Civic Centre Resource Library ( and

Jaffari Community Centre Hosts the Al-Wahda Sports Festival 2017 ( and

The Fourth Annual Vaughan Parkinson SuperWalk ( and

The Fourth Annual Muslim Festival of Vaughan (MFV) ( and

GoodLife Fitness Opens New Location in Vaughan (

The Fourth Annual YRCC Picnic, “Summer is Ending,” Event (

Kleinburg Village's Annual Binder Twine Fest (

"Bad Art Night" at Kleinburg Library (

Arcadia Academy of Music Opens Up New Maple Location! ( and

Metrolinx finally releases report on controversial GO stations (

York Region News

York Region residents recycle 91 per cent of their garbage (

Aurora resident spots 'large coyote' in broad daylight, approaching residents' backyards (

Planned United Way amalgamation will benefit Peel: interim CEO (

York Region's first new rental building since 1980s opens in Newmarket (

GTA News

Advocates to call on city council for driver training around doorings (

City of Mississauga targeting tree diversification (

Mississauga Councillors Vote to Amend Heat By-Law (

As mayor celebrates program, critics say definition of affordable housing needs review (

Woodbine bike lanes here to stay despite controversy, councillor says (

Provincial News

Overnight evacuation drill taking place Oct. 4 at Innisfil YMCA (

Ontario considers ban on sending organic waste to landfills (

Federal News

A 'game-changer': Jagmeet Singh 'kicks the door open' and wins NDP leadership (

Morneau grilled at town hall meeting in Oakville over tax changes for small businesses (