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Feb. 9

Vaughan News

VIDEO: Coffee with a fire fighter – Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service at McDonald’s in Vaughan (

Vaughan firefighters offer coffee talk to residents on cold Friday (

York Region Events: 5 things to do this weekend (Feb. 10 and Feb. 11) (

Former Georgina mayor raises stink over Upper York Sewage Solution plant (

Vaughan Fire puts out Woodbridge business blaze next to fire station (

GTA News

In Toronto’s land war, condo builders are better armed (

Mississauga Board of Trade pushes for local tourism agency (

Provincial News

Province announces new green space at Ontario Place (

Tanya Granic Allen announces plans to join Ontario PC leadership race (

Provinces push ahead despite late-summer end to marijuana prohibition (

Federal News

Trudeau pitches Canadian globalism to Silicon Valley tech firms (,

Trudeau to Facebook: Fix your fake news problem or face stricter regulations (

Pyeongchang Olympics open with dazzling spectacle (

Feb. 8

Vaughan News

The Toronto area's available inventory for Amazon's HQ2 (

Residents baffled by conservation authority's about-face in land dispute (

Caroline Mulroney gets warm Vaughan welcome (

Kleinburg's Stacey stickhandles past challenges to Pyeongchang Games (

Approval recommended for Vaughan townhouses (NRU)

York Region News

United Way Toronto-York to give $88M to combat poverty (

Interlocal cooperation - taking care of business (NRU)

Stouffville CAO cleans house, turfs 2 senior staff (

Town of Newmarket buys Mulock estate for $24M to create 'Central Park' (

GTA News

Parkland dedication - municipal powers (NRU)

Ajax spending big to study climate change impacts (

In North York, lax environmental enforcement pits neighbours against asphalt plant (

Provincial News

Ontario businesses lack confidence in future, survey finds (

Planning and development in Halton Region - preparing for growth (NRU)

Condos grappling with demand for electric car charging stations (

Federal News

Regulatory lag to push legal marijuana to late summer (

Trudeau meeting Amazon CEO as Toronto vies for new HQ (

Liberals' federal budget to provide major lift for basic scientific research (

Feb. 7

Vaughan News

VIDEO: The City of Vaughan's Lunar New Year Celebration on Global News

VIDEO: Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua on CHIN TV, Johnny Lombardi show

York Region News

Sponsored Post: Transit Hub and New Development Changing Vaughan on an Epic Scale (

All aboard York Region's most popular bus routes (

King Township council holds line on taxes for 2018 (

GTA News

Report keeps tabs on Pickering's progress in 52 areas (

Bombardier sets up new streetcar production line in Kingston, gives TTC new delivery schedule (

Mayor John Tory says budget is ‘just right’ with property taxes kept low (

Updated Scarborough subway costs will be ready but not made public before the next election (

Provincial News

Access to early childhood education services varies widely across Canada (

Federal News

Groups ready for new lyrics to O Canada (

Justin Trudeau’s ‘peoplekind’ remark draws ridicule in U.S. and U.K. media (

Feb. 6

Vaughan News

[Audio]: TTC Ridership with Justine Lewkowicz (newstalk 1010)

Lunar New Year at Vaughan City Hall - article is in Chinese (

Retail leads GTA investment transactions in Q4 (

York Region News

'We're not ready': York's Jolliffe questions safety of pot legalization (

Beer, cider sales coming to more York Region grocery stores (

GTA News

Issues with subway raise questions about Toronto's position as major hub (

Toronto council vote on Hydro secrecy befuddling, councillor says (

Council rejects townhome development after unusual move by local councillor to get it built (

January home sales in GTA down 22% from year ago (

City budget 'fairly middle of the road': Councillor (

Federal News

Prime Minister's Office to take on harassment complaints from political staffers (

City expects to spend $105 million to fight impact of emerald ash borer in Winnipeg (

Feb. 5

Vaughan News

Vaughan subway station site missing 'proper signage' for parking, driver argues (

Mayor Bonnie Crombie loses two key staff members (

GTA News

Toronto's relief line still nowhere in sight as crowding sparks safety concerns on TTC (

Despite donation policy, most of Toronto's surplus city-owned electronics are sold off (

Toronto's female elected officials face sexual harassment, threats on job (

Library seeks funding to expand popular youth hubs (