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Feb. 16

York Region News

CONNECT: How is York Region addressing $1.5B roads shortfall? Region needs taxing powers like Toronto, official says (

GTA News

TTC and Metrolinx bicker over who is owed what for Presto (

TTC board approves mayor's 10-point plan to improve service after last month's chaotic commute (

Toronto city council approve funding for 'long overdue' Indigenous Affairs Office (,

City manager Peter Wallace tapped as secretary of the Treasury Board (,

Federal News

Legal pot won't hit shelves before August (,

Six projects that are reshaping downtown Edmonton (

Feb. 15

Vaughan News

Markham, Vaughan, Richmond Hill rank high for rat infestations (

To Vaughan and beyond (

York Region News

Residents call for more rules for commercial vehicle parking on Aurora street (

2,000 new home occupancies in East Gwillimbury, thousands more coming (

GTA News

Brampton council endorses concept plan for indoor farmers market (

Code of conduct report causes fireworks at Peel council (

Federal News

Feds turning to sewage to determine how much pot Canadians are consuming (

How can people with ties to the underground cannabis trade enter the legal market? (

Pot producer Canopy Growth more than doubles third-quarter revenue compared with year ago (

Feb. 14

Vaughan News

New project will display digital messages, advertising in Pickering (

Thornhill principal honoured for innovation, leadership at German Mills (

Markham's mayor doesn't want freight trains re-routed through York Region (

York Region News

Richmond Hill homeowners face 2.12% tax increase (

Markham senior says windrow-clearing service poor, more than day overdue (

GTA News

TTC errors, customer fight contributed to disastrous commute (

John Tory will not commit to future cap on Toronto property taxes (

Pre-sale regulations in spotlight as hot GTA condo market leaves buyers out in the cold (

Federal News

Ottawa weighs financial help for Canadian media (

Federal budget to be unveiled Feb. 27 (

Feb. 13

York Region News

What's open and closed in York Region Family Day (

GTA News

Toronto homeowners get inflation-level tax hike as city budget passes (

Toronto council backs 50 per cent property tax reduction for culture hubs (

OPP reviewing claim developer paid $40K for polling for 2 Toronto councillors (

Lull in Toronto’s housing gives buyers the upper hand (

Maven moves into Toronto’s crowded car sharing market (

Arbitration board approves a new collective agreement for Mississauga firefighters (

Provincial News

Disability advocates feel they're still left behind as Lyft launches (

Province bearing heavy cost of Hydro One sale (

Federal News

Federal Liberal government to release tax gap data (

Stricter workplace harassment rules to apply to online spaces too, labour minister says (

Brownies and beer: How edible cannabis businesses plan to cash in on legalization (

Feb. 12

Vaughan News

[WATCH]: Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua promotes Winterfest on CP24 (

Province puts brakes on GTA West highway (,,, and

Ice, Ice, Baby: Outdoor skating in York Region (

York Region News

Trudeau's trips to Markham for 2017 byelection cost taxpayers $65K (

Social housing in York Region goes green with provincial fund (

Popular York Regional Forest trails temporarily off limits to public (

New app will help you track snow plows in Newmarket (

Georgina tackles 'party palaces' while short-term rental policy in works (

GTA News

Man chased by raccoon believed to be infected (

Critics say unsustainable budget leaves city unaffordable for many (

City to strategize on how to stop Toronto from becoming 'playground for the rich' (

Provincial News

Should Hamilton homeowners be allowed to point cameras at the street? (

LCBO announces deal with Shopify to run online cannabis sales platform (

Federal News

Stoffer apologizes five times for behaviour (

Uber app in B.C. drew half a million visitors over the last two years (

Canada's new home prices stall for first time since 2015 (

Environmental groups want Ottawa to toughen new energy project assessment approach (

Large employers want mandatory drug testing as part of marijuana legalization (