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April 6

Vaughan News

Vaughan changes visitor parking program (

Vaughan development battle comes down to decision day at council (

Vaughan council to vote on controversial Muslim development (

Golf courses wait on Mother Nature to do her thing (

Boomburbs: The Rapid Rise of Toronto's Northern Suburbs (

York Region News

East Gwillimbury named top employer by Morneau Sheppell (

GTA News

Study says Pickering Airport lands should be returned to farming, tourism (

Safety signs removed from Davisville school zone in the interests of . . . safety (

Ajax to fight for casino awarded to Pickering (,

Pickering residents upset by Beachpoint Promenade tree removal (

It’s time to stop Toronto’s schools -- and its heritage -- from crumbling (

Provincial News

Making Transit More Affordable (

Federal News

Senators fear impact of legal pot on border (

April 5

Vaughan News

Tensions high at Vaughan meeting over fate of Muslim community complex (

York Region News

Bright green creek in Markham alarms resident who struggled for answers (

King City Secondary School half empty after possible gun threats on social media (

Could Aurora's Dr. G.W. Williams S.S. be transformed into sport centre? (

Public pitch to ditch Georgina's $30M 'white elephant' MURC facility (

Markham design review panel - making it permanent (NRU)

GTA News

Mayor Tory wants 'crowdfunding' to help protect historic Toronto oak (

Toronto councillors reject proposed demolition of Roncesvalles Ave. heritage building (

Ryerson research - rethinking intensification (NRU)

Transit-supportive development: sharing the details (NRU)

Provincial News

Guelph councillors wrangle on whether taxi bylaws goes too far or not far enough (

Federal News

Maintaining Affordability for Tenants in Federally Administered Community Housing (

Liberals roll out social housing funding to keep 55,000 units in system (

Federal environment minister says carbon tax revenue could go directly to Ontario residents (

Walkable housing slowly making inroads in Calgary and Edmonton (

The last straw? Vancouver targets ancient device as cities move to reduce plastic waste (


April 4

York Region News

Georgina wildlife rescue caring for 3 snowy owls struck by vehicles (

No decision on Stouffville GO train whistles until after 2018 election (

GTA News

Worried about local water and sewer capacity, Toronto staff move to pause condo development at Yonge-Eglinton (

Will city step in to save what could be Toronto’s oldest tree? (

Toronto launches discounts for low-income TTC riders (

Federal News

N.S. sets fines for illegal weed sales, usage (, news,

Calgary to debate ban on public pot consumption (,

April 3

Vaughan News

GTA's condo boom brings golden opportunity for YMCA's child care plans (

Boomburbs: The rapid rise of Toronto's northern suburbs (  

York Region News

At nearly $250K, Markham's Frank Scarpitti could be Canada's highest paid mayor (

No May day for Markham train horns to stop blowing through city (

GTA News

New chief planner has spent his whole career building Toronto (

Why the Ontario Liberals’ new budget is bad for Toronto (

Homeless shelter requests electronic sign to boost revenue (

Provincial News

Two Liberal budgets, two different approaches (

Accessibility advocates express cautious optimism about Ontario budget (

Keeping the Pickering nuclear plant open until 2024 is good for economy, report says (,

Federal News

Montreal using horses to haul away 5,000 beetle-infested trees (

How will the national public alert system work? (,

City of Calgary staff recommend bylaw to ban public consumption of cannabis (

Medical marijuana users set lobbying push on federal cannabis tax proposal (

Province set to unveil Cannabis Control Act on Tuesday (

Zoning legal pot stores on the agenda for Edmonton city councillors (