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May 4

Vaughan News

Thornhill resident Natalie Simonian wins short story contest (

York Region News

Markham cow sculpture on stilts, Charity, on mooove back to its donor (

GTA News

St. Clair West public art installation raises concerns for some residents (

Details on Sidewalk Labs’ waterfront tech district remain fuzzy (,

Oshawa says it’s committed to reopening waterfront pier (

King St. gets new public spaces, installations along transit pilot corridor (

Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti ‘not worried’ about OPP investigation into Toronto land deal (

Toronto sees a surge in purpose-built rental development (

Provincial News

Relief line, Yonge north subway and Waterfront LRT to get provincial funds (

Federal News

Carbon tax costs known in September: Morneau (

Provinces drop infrastructure spending: PBO (

N.B. shuts TCH as flooding hits record levels (

Liberals won't stall legalized pot: Trudeau (

Alberta’s Olds College to offer cannabis production course amid industry demand (

Richmond, B.C., residents push back as farmland and heritage homes make way for mega-houses (


May 3

Vaughan News

User fees: The necessary cost of playing games on York Region fields (

Practical Politics in the city of Vaughan (Corriere Canadese)

GTA News

'Service impacts' after overtime agreement with TTC cancelled: Union (

Toronto’s harsh winter means crews working extended hours to fill potholes (,

London city committee votes to investigate applying 4% hotel tax to AirBnB (

Power restored to Pickering, parts of Ajax after massive outage (

TTC keeps reports about Scarborough RT safety secret from the public (

Secret report says Toronto councillor Giorgio Mammoliti threatened city staff over controversial land deal (

Northbound lane of Yonge at Wellington reopens as water main break persists (

Toronto adds pedestrian-enticing spaces along King Street pilot project (

Looking for answers (NRU) Environmental concerns (NRU)

Collaborative conservation (NRU)

Provincial News

Unlocking Value (NRU)

Federal News

Ottawa targets shovel-ready projects for quick wins from $13B social housing fund (,

Pot legalization a 'process,' says PM (,

New Brunswick residents urged to leave their homes as floodwaters rise (

May 2

Vaughan News

Construction Begins On Highway 427 Expansion in Vaughan (

3-alarm fire guts west-end auto shop (, CP24)

Back in time: Exploring York Region’s historical hamlets (

GTA’s hot condo market moderates in first quarter (

York Region News

Markham Buttonville development on hold; planes will fly for 5 years (

LSRCA Ghost Canal wetland project nears completion in Holland Landing (

Removal of controversial Markham cow statue on hold amid court battle (

GTA News

Trans rights champion among those to receive ‘Keys to the City’ of Toronto (

Sidewalk Labs pressed for details on plans for Toronto (

TTC looking for more ways to ease overcrowding on Yonge subway (

A city-owned tree could cost them $10,000 in plumbing repairs. They say the city told them ‘it’s not our problem’ (

Toronto rethinks its laneways -- and maybe the shape of its neighbourhoods (

Provincial News

Ford reverses course on Greenbelt development (,

Federal News

Feds keen on embracing internet data cloud (

British Columbia considers halt to exclusive access for condo presales (

May 1

Vaughan News

Earth Hour Vaughan (

2018 Annual Mayor's Luncheon (

EAF Projects in Vaughan-Woodbridge Announcement at Hospice Vaughan (

Raise the Flag for Autism at Vaughan City Hall (

Stronger Hospitals for Better Care in York Region (

Honouring Local Hero: Kris J. Simpson (

One Brave Night (

Victoria International Ballet Celebrates 15 Years! (

20-Minute Makeover with Councillor Carella (


Vaughan Fire & Rescue Service Station #7-4 (


York Region Council Supporting #Humboldt (

Vaughan Citizens Celebrated at Annual Volunteer Recognition Awards (

The Order of Vaughan Nominations (

Ansley Grove Bocce Club Winners (

snapd Around Vaughan - Our Community (

Andrea Bradden is remembered in communities across the GTA (

Minister to Make an Announcement (

Newmarket students draw on Apple to create art at Vaughan's McMichael (  

York Region News

Overnight parking exemptions available online for Newmarket residents (

Wicked winter weather rough on York Region roads (

GTA News

‘Despacito’ accordion player nabbed by TTC (

With Toronto's new ward map, here's what you need to know for the 2018 municipal election (

Why Toronto council races could be more important than mayoral election (

Bags better than bins for recycling, study finds (

Provincial News

Ottawa, province ink deal to preserve 130,000 social housing units (,

Federal News

Carbon tax would cut 90M tonnes of emissions by 2022, government projects (,

Tax services like Airbnb, hotels urge (,,

CREA calls for halt on homegrown recreational pot (

Town stands by vote against rainbow crosswalk (

N.B. communities dealing with flooding (

New election law targets new election threats (,

Amazon to open new Vancouver office, create 3,000 jobs (,,

April 30

Vaughan News

Planned hikes in development charges rile Toronto-area condo industry (

Medical director appointed for Hospice Vaughan facility (

Cosmos condo owners cancel plan to protest at Vaughan City Hall (

Do you know what to do if there's a fire in your high-rise building? (

York Region News

Clearing the smoke: MP Bill Blair tries to clarify cannabis confusion (

GTA News

Underground Eglinton Crosstown LRT stations take shape with unique mining technique (

Government levies push up cost of new homes in GTA (

Pothole-related vehicle damage can be subtle -- and serious (

Provincial News

Ontario cannabis retailing: modern quality, 1928 sobriety (

Federal News

Elections Canada braces for cyberrisks as new voter-registration technology is prepared for 2019 election (