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July 13

Vaughan News

More police presence around York Region, Canada's Wonderland, GTA, July 12 (,,,,,

Canada's Wonderland warns of fraudulent free tickets circulating on Facebook (,,,

York Region News

Fire bans issued across most of the region (

GTA News

GO Transit is going to the dogs sometimes … provided the hounds are on leashes (

Extension of Bloor St. bike lanes delayed by at least two years (

Toronto adding 200 cops to night shift to curb gun violence (,

15-gun salute at Queen’s Park goes ahead as scheduled amid ‘potential threat’ in Toronto (

Provincial News

Metrolinx head resigns citing election of new government as right time for change of leadership (,

Ontario throne speech highlights campaign pledges (,,

As the share price falls, retiring Hydro One CEO to get millions (

Federal News

Federal party databases in Canada under scrutiny after U.K. commissioner’s report (

Feds' $24K agency rebrand cut one single word (

July 12

Vaughan News

Making Waves Swim School hosting fully clothed swim lessons (

Do York Region public libraries need security guards to be safe? (

York Region News

Fire chiefs issue burning ban for northern York Region (

York police chief 'humbled' to launch Neville-Lake charity to help children (

New Stouffville Catholic high school set to move forward after OMB delay (

Permit issued (NRU)

Green by design (NRU)

GTA News

Streamlining approvals (NRU)

Crucial TTC subway project under review amid executive departures (

Battle of Ward 16 has two incumbent Toronto councillors squaring off (

Provincial News

Off-peak delivery (NRU)

Cancelling eastern Ontario wind project could cost over $100M, company warns (

Tories to lay out road map in throne speech (

Ontario students will be taught the 1998 sex-ed curriculum, education minister says (,,

Ford ousts Hydro One boss and the utility’s board of directors (,,

Ted Arnott is the new Speaker of the Ontario Legislative Assembly (,

Federal News

Cabinet shuffle looming within the week (

Montreal 3D crosswalk experiment messing with drivers’ minds to increase pedestrian safety (

July 11

Vaughan News

Home prices plummet in southern York Region in 2nd quarter of 2018 (

York Region News

Canada's first shopping centre food market to open at Upper Canada in fall (

Sidewalk 'crappy planning' by city in neighbourhood: Markham resident (

Former Newmarket-Aurora MPP Chris Ballard seeks Aurora mayor's seat (

The Sharon Car Show returns Saturday night after 2-year break (

Georgina's community grant fund gets $14K bump after topping out budget (

New roads open to traffic around Highway 7/Hwy. 404 interchange (

King Township approves $8.4M library, seniors centre expansion (

Is Bethesda Road the next high growth area in Stouffville? (

GTA News

Cyclists complain over garbage truck knocking over flexible posts in the Bloor bike line. The city says that’s by design (

New website lets you navigate the PATH on your phone (,

Provincial News

For now, Ford government will not be firing Hydro One boss (

PCs to end York strike and kill cap-and-trade law during rare summer session of the Ontario legislature (,

MPPs electing new speaker by secret ballot Wednesday (

Federal News

Ottawa to spend $70 million on Atlantic health information service: premiers (,

Finance Department at risk of big-impact cyberattack: internal documents (

July 10

Vaughan News

The Greater Toronto Area Real Estate Market Posts Price Declines in Second Quarter of 2018 (,

Thornhill's Milos Raonic advances to Wimbledon quarter-finals (

5 places to pick your own produce in the Bradford area (

Going Green: Eco-friendly buildings in York Region (

First woman fire chief in southwestern Ontario hired in London (

York Region News

LPGA Tour set to tee it up at Aurora's Magna Golf Club in 2019 (

Newmarket's Dave Kerwin retires after 4 decades of political service (

Brampton could get an influx of refugees soon (

GTA News

Toronto health officials want drugs decriminalized (,

Former MuchMusic VJ, Twitter Canada exec running for city council (

Provincial News

Tory government cancels school repair fund (,,,

Ontario government moving forward with Indigenous lesson plan but cancels meetings to improve it (

Federal News

Feds spent $30K to rename skills lab (,

July 9

Vaughan News

Celebrating Canada Day in Vaughan (Vaughan Citizen, Thornhill Liberal)

What's Going on Here: Townhouses coming to Thornhill's Clark Avenue (

York Region Events: 5 places to enjoy music outdoors this week (July 9 to 13) (

York Region Events: 5 things to do this weekend (July 14 to 15) (

GTA News

Uber and other ridesharing companies officially legal in Brampton (

Toronto mayor holds gun violence meetings (

Design changes to Scarborough subway come with unknown costs (

How Toronto missed out for now on one of the hottest concepts in transportation – integrated mobility (

Auditor General finds fire safety code deficiencies in city-owned buildings (

Provincial News

Ontario faces resettlement 'crisis': minister (

Ford rewards key Tory adviser with $348K patronage job to curb hospital overcrowding (

‘It’s actually shocking how archaic’ Ontario’s criminal courts are (

Federal News

June unemployment rates, by province (

Cops won't hit training goal before pot legal (,