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Aug. 17

Vaughan News

Vaughan house severely damaged in 'bad' fire: platoon chief (

York Region News

Potential bump to planning fees under review in Georgina (

GTA News

Toronto Public Library hits milestone with 20 million ebooks borrowed (

Vegandale brand offers $100,000 in commitment to Parkdale community (

Do supervised injection sites bring crime and disorder? Advocates and residents disagree (

No ‘obvious path’ to fighting the province’s cut to council, City of Toronto legal team says (

U of T residence approved following consultation with local neighbourhood (

How Toronto’s architectural heritage was saved, the jigsaw way (

Provincial News

Gasoline price cuts not coming until fall, Ford government says (

Federal News

Political limits on charities to be lifted (

Aug. 16

Vaughan News

You may not be able to smoke out any pot shops in York Region come April 1 (,

Canada’s Wonderland as a Christmas destination? (

10-year-old Vaughan twins sending messages of hope, friendship to children across Canada (

Woodbridge comedian fights for fame (

York Region Candidates (NRU)

York Region News

No 'quick fix' for ongoing complaints regarding Georgina's beaches: Mayor (

What's going on here: Rehabilitation project at Mulock and Hwy. 404 (

York Region election coverage: building for the future (NRU)

GTA News

Bayfront industrial area strategy: yesterday’s smokestacks (NRU)

Waterdown Bypass delays: addressing gridlock (NRU)

Taking over Toronto transit system would benefit city: Ford (,,

Toronto is writing a book, one tweet at a time (

Latest King St. pilot data shows higher ridership, shorter commutes (

Toronto’s bike share system expanding again (

Provincial News

Province taps financial executive to chair Metrolinx board (

Federal News

Work begins on two years of federally-funded capital region projects (

B.C. declares state of emergency as more than 500 wildfires burn (

Aug. 15

Vaughan News

World's fastest, tallest dive coaster coming to Canada's Wonderland (,,,,,

Promenade Mall is about to get a major upgrade (

York Region News

East Gwillimbury opening 10 new parks and trails in 2018 (

Veterans can ride York Region Transit for free on Warriors' Day Aug. 18 (

Fire master plan could bring changes to the Stouffville Fire department (

King Township completes Holland Marsh canal bridge replacement (

Markham students carving truth, wisdom on way to Indigenous thrones (

Municipalities weigh pros and cons of taking the high road (

GTA News

Ontario govt caps off summer session by passing bill to cut Toronto council size (,,,,,,,,,,,,

Court date set in fight against Premier Doug Ford’s slashing of Toronto city council (

Half of new discount TTC passes for low-income residents are going unused (

Ford government offers to take Victoria’s statue of Sir John A. Macdonald (

Sidewalk Labs unveils plans for timber towers, raincoats for buildings in Quayside, but Torontonians must wait for data details (

Provincial News

EY to audit

Ontario government spending ( Ontario working out enforcement details for pot plan (,

Marijuana stocks plummet in wake of Ontario’s private-sector sales delay (

Ontario government freezes salaries of public sector executives (

Federal News

'Lots of conversations' on guns but no new registry: Trudeau (

Sewage leaks up to municipalities to fix: McKenna (

Federal government to declare statutory holiday to mark painful residential-school legacy (

Aug. 14

Vaughan News

York University students upset buses stop short of campus when school starts (

York Region News

Stouffville Main Street watermain fixed, road repair to be completed this week (

'I'm just disappointed': Richmond Hill to close its only bocce facility (,

Aurora residents can vote for municipal candidates online from Oct. 12 to 21 (

GTA News

Jennifer Keesmaat slams John Tory for ‘transit planning chaos’ (

Taste of the Danforth is over. Now organizers and the city are grappling with how to memorialize recent tragedies (

Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker reflects on 15-year career after pulling out of race, saying he shouldn’t have compromised on subway plan (,

3 Toronto Suburbs You Won’t Recognize In The Future (

Provincial News

Ontario to sell pot in private stores in 2019 (,,,

Highlights of Ontario's new cannabis plan (

Victoria rejects Ontario government offer to take ownership of controversial statue of Sir John A. Macdonald (

Federal News

Tory MP Maxime Bernier criticizes Trudeau’s ‘extreme multiculturalism’ in series of tweets (,

Federal government to investigate steel dumping in Canada in wake of U.S. tariffs (

Aug. 13

Vaughan News

UPDATE: City of Vaughan says complaints led to Carnival Kingdom cancellation (

City of Vaughan says complaints led to abrupt cancellation of Carnival Kingdom event (

Guido Masutti fights for the 'working people' of Vaughan (

Trio of Cranes Making Transit City a Reality in Vaughan Centre (

York Region News

'Big' watermain break leaves most of Stouffville dry: councillor (

York Region Events: 5 places to watch free movies (

Richmond Hill youth park under construction at Lake Wilcox (

GTA News

Toronto sewage spill symbol of wider problem (,

How the Tories’ move to shrink Toronto council could be turned on its head (

Toronto’s cube homes have been sold and the new owners just want the land (

Provincial News

Battling one of the worst fire seasons, Ontario commits millions more to the fight (

Ontario PC government orders freeze to opening of new overdose-prevention sites (

2 Ontario provincial parks re-open after forest fires prompt closures (

Federal News

Feds showcase infrastructure projects (

Canada’s longest-serving ‘unique’ senator retires after almost 35 years (