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Jan. 26

Vaughan News

Daycare costs face upward pressure from wage hikes (

On Family Day, show the world why you love York Region (

York Region News

York Region public health nurses in strike position Feb. 5 (

GTA News

New emergency shelter set to open in Annex (

Youth lose programming at Regent Park Community Centre as city scrambles for shelter space (

Tory calls allegations against Brown ‘saddening and disturbing’ (

TTC approves ridership growth strategy (

OPP are investigating a now-cancelled Toronto Parking Authority land deal (

Young women face ‘pervasive’ culture of sex harassment in Canadian politics (

Provincial News

Patrick Brown scandal leaves PC party's future uncertain (

Patrick Brown’s resignation a cue to ‘shine a light’ on unwanted sexual advances, premier says (

Tories looking for new leader after Patrick Brown sex scandal (,

Alleged North Korean hack on Metrolinx may open ‘frightening new chapter’ in cybersecurity (

Federal News

Kent Hehr resigns from Liberal cabinet (

Politicians step aside, prompt MPs to reflect (

MP sorry for comments on job-program changes (

Jan. 25

Vaughan News

Vaughan and Oshawa See Record-Breaking Year in Construction (

Sneak Peek at the Public Art Plan for The Met in Vaughan (

Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)

Approval recommended for Vaughan towers (NRU)

Maple subdivision proposed (NRU)

Maple townhouse proposed (NRU)

Planning and development in York Region - missing link (NRU)

GTA News

Mayor Tory wants cap on public exec salaries (

Council's newest social justice warrior promotes "Islamophobia" agenda (

Sajecki retires - foundations in place (NRU)

Provincial News

Patrick Brown resigns as PC leader amid sexual misconduct allegations (

Ontario government vows to crack down on sexually abusive teachers (

Trust and confidence in Hamilton - measuring performance (NRU)

Hamilton's housing market starts 2018 at a gallop (

Federal News

Liberals to scrap community mail box conversions, but won't restore door-to-door (

Liberal government grant for pot research should've come earlier, researchers say (

At Montreal talks, Canada proposes new approach to breaking NAFTA auto gridlock (

Jan. 24

Vaughan News

Durham still in the mix for Amazon HQ2 (

Find out more about Vaughan Hwy. 427 expansion Jan. 25 (

York Region News

Traffic efforts to improve safety miss mark: Newmarket resident (

GTA News

Budget committee commits funding for additional shelter beds, falling short of advocates demands (

Proposal to force building more affordable housing falls short, advocates say (

Toronto proposes end to tax-breaks for downtown office towers (

Transit priority plan could replicate King St. pilot on other TTC routes (

No end in sight for tourists' love affair with Toronto (

Provincial News

Coalition of unions challenging Ontario’s campaign finance law as unconstitutional (

Federal News

We're number two: Switzerland named world's best country in 2018, Canada 2nd (

Liberals opt out of Canada Post overhaul (

Jan. 23

Vaughan News

Stouffville’s ethics czar steps down (

York Region Events: Winter festivals and celebrations (

York Region News

Richmond Hill residents petition town to stop Mac's gas station construction (

Region goes ahead with Mount Albert traffic light despite opposition (

GTA News

Toronto urged to ‘step up’ for child care in 2018 budget (

Provincial News

Ontario landlords want right to ban pot in rentals immediately after legalization (

Coalition of unions challenging Ontario’s campaign finance law as unconstitutional (

Charles Sousa suggests Ontario budget could come early because of upcoming election (

Federal News

How Canada's addiction to road salt is ruining everything (

Census data says you’ll make a lot more than your immigrant parents, but your kids won’t make as much as you (

Jan. 22

Vaughan News

[VIDEO]: Vaughan among shortlist for new Amazon HQ - featuring Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua (

Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua speaks about Amazon HQ on 680 news (

Vaughan's construction boom continues, driven by home construction (

Residents question Vaughan mayor's paid position on bank board (

Who pays when you slip and fall on someone else's property? (

SUNDAY READS: Vaughan captain Len Ridding retires after three decades fighting fires (

York Region News

Markham pet store closed after puppies, kittens found under hot lights with no water (

GTA News

TTC unveils strategy to grow transit ridership (

Halton Commuters Can Now Save on Transit Fare (

Mayor John Tory backs 2026 World Cup bid (

Provincial News

Ontario consulting public on allowing cannabis lounges after legalization (

Prescription for healthier population: spend more on social services (

Federal News

Significant hike to carbon prices necessary to achieve emissions targets, study finds (