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Sept. 8
Vaughan News

Anti-Semitic graffiti found on Hwy. 400 overpass in Aurora (,,, and

'A very caring individual:' Vaughan Coun. Carella talks about deceased daughter (

Not all trash is treasure: what you can't donate at York Region charities (

York Region News

'It's simply not fair': Stouffville ward boundaries don't add up (

Markham-Stouffville Hospital partners with SickKids in new Alliance (

Land swap proposed under Jackson's Point harbour redevelopment plan (

GTA News

Toronto fighting to land Amazon’s new headquarters (

Toronto’s Lower Don Trail to reopen later this month after many delays (

Queen West’s Lisgar Park sets new standard for seating (

Provincial News

Vets Taxi driver sign new contract (

New tree bylaws on the way to council chambers (

Government and auditor general at odds over size of Ontario’s deficit (

Federal News

Montreal’s record August home sales get boost from condos (

Trudeau says tax changes will not hit those making less than $150,000 (

TransCanada asks NEB to halt federal review of Energy East pipeline (
Sept. 7
Vaughan News

Vaughan pledges $10K to Hurricane Harvey relief effort (

House prices drop more in York Region than any GTA community: TREB report (

York University Builds as December Subway Opening Approaches (

York Region News

Georgina ward boundary review: short-term solution (NRU)

East Gwillimbury electoral review in the home stretch (

GTA News

Oakville terrace and balcony study: creating flexibility (NRU)

Two Pickering parks to get massive makeover (

Pickering looks to licence Uber, other ride share companies (

City removes 80 dead or dying ash trees from the Escarpment Rail Trail (

TTC launches anti-harassment campaign, app (

Brampton council endorses $150M university plan (

Annex midrise condo that drew ire of Margaret Atwood should undergo mediation, community council votes (

Toronto house prices likely already near bottom, RBC economist says (

Provincial News

Online condo tribunal launched: resolving conflicts (NRU)

Binbrook mid-rise proposal: sticking to the plan (NRU)

MPPs heading back to Queen’s Park for fall session (

Federal News

Saint John councillor slams 'ridiculous' $650,000 splash pad (
Sept. 6
Vaughan News

Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension scheduled to open in mid-December (, and

York Region News

'Stress is killing me:' Markham woman blames bylaw change for flood (

GTA News

TTC to spend $500K to measure subway air quality (

Toronto looks at beer trucks in parks (

Hurricane Harvey shows that if disaster strikes, we’ll be stuck: Hume (

Leslieville just one of several Toronto neighbourhoods with a shortage of schools (

City seeks funding boost for tree complaints (

Toronto-area home prices extend torrid slide from peak (

Provincial News

Ontario's Liberals face reckoning in the courts (

Federal News

At caucus retreat, Liberals prepare for small business tax backlash (

Nearly half of Canadians would face financial crunch if paycheque delayed by even a week, survey shows (

Ottawa's carbon tax plan to shrink economy by $3 billion, hurt loonie in 2018: study (

Government added privacy protections to contract only after privacy commissioner began investigation: documents (
Sept. 5
Vaughan News

Anti-Semitic graffiti found at Hwy. 400 ramp near Vaughan Mills mall (

Goodlife donates $10k to autism charity at new Vaughan gym opening (

GTA will face tough housing decisions amid intensification (

York Region News

Thousands of students on the move in York Region as school begins (

Residents can comment on Georgina ward boundary changes by Sept. 4 (

GTA News

City holds training sessions for fireworks vendors (

Report recommends closure of “one or more” of city's aging community centres (

City council to vote on $150M Brampton university plan (

How chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat tried to stop the Scarborough subway (

New red light cameras curbing fatal collisions, city says (

Provincial News

Trying to stop prime Ontario farmland from being ‘entombed forever’

Federal News

In Vancouver, sitting on a house can be more lucrative than working (