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Oct. 27
Vaughan News

Vaughan Planning Massive Development Around Subway (

Parry Sound economic officer named Whitestone CAO (

To boo or not to boo, there’s plenty to do this weekend for everyone (

Census 2016: More than half of Torontonians identify as visible minorities (

York Region News

United Way of Peel votes in favour of Toronto, York merger (

GTA News

Big Change Coming to Uber in Mississauga and Beyond (

A billion dollar budget approved for police services in Toronto (

Brampton retains good credit rating amid controversies (

Mississauga resident slapped with $36k tax bill after city 'cleans up' property (

Taxes, transit and expenses debated at Meadowvale town hall meeting (

Provincial News

Hydro rates to remain stable through 2020: energy plan (

Federal News

Winnipeg agencies optimistic about Ottawa's $40B housing strategy (

Uber officially rolls out multi-stop trips in Canada (

Plans for new ride-sharing legislation a concern, Sask. Taxi Cab Association says (

Ethics watchdog set to look into potential conflict of interest involving Morneau (
Oct. 26
Vaughan News

Vaughan bylaw officer recognized for saving man's life (

Nearly 80% of Markham residents identify as visible minority (

Does your route on York Region roads make the worst crash sites? (

A majority of Torontonians now identify themselves as visible minorities (

Sudbury considers implementing city hall's first integrity commissioner (

Brampton and Mississauga electricity provider seeks another merger (

Two Canadian Cities Rank For The World’s Most Expensive Apartments (

York Region News

King council replacing roads in Nobleton area (

GTA News

Where in the city do people struggle most to pay for their homes? (

Home ownership rates drop as more young Canadians opt to rent: census (

Historic Airbnb-condo deal makes it a hotel: critics (

Provincial News

Province seeks input on transportation plan for Greater Golden Horseshoe (

Mayor hints at more housing money in 2018 budget (

Federal News

Highlights from the 2016 census (

New Poll Finds Strong Support for Uber in Winnipeg (

Throne speech: Sask. government urges municipalities to allow Uber as a way to put brakes on impaired driving (

Uber wants to build user loyalty with its own branded, no-fee credit card (

8-year plan for fire rescue (

Metro Vancouver's transportation plans driven by politics (

Twitter Canada rolling out election ad transparency measures ‘in the coming weeks’ (
Oct. 25
Vaughan News

COLUMN: Creating a city that inspires (

Brampton and Mississauga electricity provider seeks another merger (

Blacklegged ticks found in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Vaughan (

York Region News

Georgina approves formal acknowledgement of Indigenous peoples (

Aurora Chamber Tech Expo connected local businesses with IT experts (

GTA News

Public can give input on proposed regulations for Uber, Lyft in Pickering (

Provincial News

Province dedicated to GO east expansion, minister says (

Ontario's Liberals make legal history in Sudbury bribery trial (

Ontario's Early Years Centres opening 100 new locations, will be rebranded (

Federal News

Lower deficits, better growth mean breaks for families, federal government says (

Regional transit will look more like Uber within 10 years, CEO says (

Tax changes spur small business owners to revisit retirement plans (

NDP wants Uber to follow same rules as taxis (

Enviro watchdog blasts province for inaction on 'outrageous' pollution in Indigenous communities (

'Sunshine' approach to diversity in federal public service working, study says (
Oct. 24
Vaughan News

York Regional Police Services welcomes new board member (

York Region News

In the weeds: Tall grass a safety risk, says Newmarket resident (

GTA News

Toronto may leave $121M unspent in federal transit funding (

A radical concept in Toronto - a condo designed for residents (

More than 30 people vie for Pam McConnell's council seat (

Judge questions Brampton's motivation to have developer's lawsuit dismissed (

Provincial News

Hospitals getting more beds, more funding (

$21M pledged to support students in care (

Divided Peterborough city council moves ahead with new tree replacement bylaw (

Federal News

Trudeau government expected to announce more money for children, working poor in economic update (

Liberal government's fiscal update prioritizes policy over deficit (

Debate over ride-sharing legislation rages at Manitoba legislature (

BC Liberals table motion calling for ride-hailing by year's end (

Vancouver bucks trend, shifts burden of property taxes to business owners (
Oct. 23
Vaughan News

Italian female politician given first-ever Vaughan key to city (

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre a leading choice for Amazon HQ2 (,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Could Markham or Vaughan land Amazon's second global HQ? (

SmartREIT Announces Name Change to SmartCentres (

York Region News

York board seeks new leader after tumultuous two years (

GTA News

John Tory defends his record after third year as mayor (

TDSB says it has 'no intention' to close specialty schools in push for equity in access to programs (

Provincial News

Ontario hands over huge swath of land for Rouge Park (

Tree replacement policy up for final approval at Monday's city council meeting (

Civil servants kept emails in case they shed light on McGuinty's gas plant cancellations (

Trick-or-treat shifts to skate-or-swim as cities strive for a healthier Halloween (

Federal News

Inside the government's $200,000 budget artwork (

Experts say Facebook's 'election integrity' plan misses the mark (

Rate hike prospects dwindle as growth cools (

Vancouver condo council develops anti-Airbnb strategy (