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April 27

Vaughan News

York Region Events: 5 things to do this weekend, April 28 to 29 (

GTA News

Toronto to receive $60 million in development-charge rebates (

Toronto gives green light to Woodbine casino plan (

Toronto calls on Ottawa to help with handling homeless refugees (

Van attack prompts debate about increasing safety without sacrificing livability (

Provincial News

Metrolinx planning to allow smartphone fare payments as part of Presto system (

London city hall may soon consider taxing and licensing for AirBnb (

Early spring signals the return of potholes to area roads (

Federal News

B.C. vows to crack down on illegal marijuana dispensaries with help from government unit (

April 26

Vaughan News

Angry Cosmos condo buyers taking frustrations to Vaughan City Hall in protest (

Mackenzie Health Launches Connexient's Wayfinding Application (

York Region News

Newmarket could get 2 new hotels, convention centre in near future (

Stouffville Library announces United Soils, Tiny Seedlings sponsorships (

Georgina launches online dog registration and licensing July 1 (

York to study impacts of technology (NRU)

GTA News

Council approves $1.46-billion SmartTrack plan (

Sidewalk Labs proposal stirs fears, raises hopes (

Oakville Revitalization (NRU)

Provincial News

In scathing pre-election report, Ontario auditor general says deficit is $11.7B, not $6.7B (

Ontario real estate tax curbs foreign buyers  (

Future Of Community Building (NRU)

Provincial cycling plan update (NRU)

Live stream ahead (NRU)

Green Economy: GTHA Hubs (NRU)

April 25

Vaughan News

Markham, Thornhill, Vaughan ratepayers push for Yonge subway extension (

No more free parking at Vaughan TTC stations starting April 23 (

York Region News

Markham commemorates National Day of Mourning Friday at Civic Centre (

GTA News

Local taxi industry tells council to make sure it enforces new bylaw that includes ride sharing (

John Tory announces purchase of 1,000 new TTC buses, refurbishment of about 630 vehicles (

Lack of dotted lines to mark turn lane snarls traffic (

Short supply keeps GTA new-construction home prices high in March (

Federal News

New B.C. legislation targets condo flipping (

April 24

Vaughan News

Cosmos condo buyers want $100K and an explanation after project's death (

Record low downtown vacancy rates pushing businesses to move to the suburbs - but they're not complaining (

York Region News

Simcoe's legacy: The names of York Region communities (

GTA News

Toronto coffee shops ditch unrecyclable black coffee lids (

TTC tests battery-powered buses as it gears up for a green future (

Better Public Transit Key to the Future of 'The 905' (

Provincial News

Belated blast of winter keeps Town's road crews busy (

New rules hope to jolt condo boards to install electric car chargers (

Federal News

P.E.I. government website down for several hours after ransomware attack (

Budget watchdog says Feds to post deficits $8B more than expected (

Vancouver's empty-homes tax to rake in $30-million in first year; many properties exempted (

April 23

Vaughan News

Early morning blaze at Thornhill plaza contained by Vaughan fire service (

Aurora residents support tax hike to clear windrows left by plows: poll (

A Roadmap to Canada's Rapidly Changing Lobbying Landscape: Q1 Highlights (

$14.7M regional booster shot to York's 4 hospitals this year (

York Region News

Ontario Helping Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses in York Region Reduce Pollution (

Speed limits in East Gwillimbury, Georgina, Newmarket, Markham reduced (

Residents near Markham York Downs proposal want townhouses moved off 16th (

GTA News

City to Review Extreme Weather Response Following Major Storm in Brampton (

City staff adjusted numbers to boost case for GO station promised by John Tory, documents show (

Mayor John Tory to make affordable housing the focus of re-election campaign (

Cut taxes for Ontario businesses, Board of Trade urges (

Grounds for a brouhaha?: Keurig, Toronto spar over whether coffee pods belong in blue bin (

Provincial News

'Almost double' the damage on Stoney Creek trail already needing repairs (

The winter that wouldn't seem to die and what it cost us (

Federal News

Ready for disaster: Why more people are preparing for the worst (

Ottawa launches online public consultation on plastic, marine waste (

Lyft is gearing up for an eventual Alberta launch (