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June 15

Vaughan News

Two-way race for York Region chair pits Wayne Emmerson against Mario Racco (

Cirque du Soleil plans to open entertainment centres in retail spaces (

Media Advisory - The Building Industry and Land Development Association Kicks-Off its 2018 Build for Growth Campaign in Vaughan (

York Region News

'Absolutely necessary': ultra-high speed internet coming to Newmarket (

GTA News

Walk, ride, drive for your life: A pedestrian, a cyclist and a driver share their views of the crisis on Toronto’s streets (

No fence-sitting in this neighbourhood soccer field debate in the Upper Beaches (

For Toronto’s cyclists, the fear is real, and it’s holding them back (

Public servant joins race for Beach city council seat (

Mother of man killed in Toronto Uber crash asks city council for more regulation (

Air taxi service takes the high way to Muskoka (

Provincial News

Scathing audit reveals bungled management of Springhill landfill near Osgoode (

Federal News

Vancouver bike-share program introduces low income $20 pass (

Provincial government pumping the brakes on ride-hailing in B.C. by Christmas (

Centre Block reno delayed until year end (,

Cycling popularity sees drastic rise in year since bike-lane launch (

Montreal moves to ban horse-drawn carriages (

Carbon pricing, small-business tax changes to become law as Senate passes budget bill (

June 14

Vaughan News

Blaze of Glory -- Larry Bentley (

York Region News

Toronto Marriott Markham hotel opens in the heart of Markham Downtown (

Exemption unravels 'red tape' for BBQFest, Canada Day in Georgina (

Developer sues Markham residents over ‘improper’ OMB appeals (

GTA News

TTC investigating fuel tanks after underground leak at Etobicoke garage (

Local priorities (NRU)

Balancing character & growth (NRU)

The process continues (NRU)

Incentivizing development (NRU)

‘It’s time to declare a state of emergency’: Anger, calls for change follow deaths on Toronto streets (

City staff recommend bag screening at city hall, metal detectors in council chamber (

Councillor Janet Davis ending her career in municipal politics after 15 years (

Dundas-Carlaw history comes to life with heritage plaque district (

Provincial News

Doug Ford will recall legislature to end York strike, cut gas prices (

Ontario Liberals to vote on interim leader as MPP John Fraser endorsed by caucus (

Federal News

Liberals reject limits on home-grown pot (,

June 13

Vaughan News

Ontario's first female fire chief, Vaughan's Deryn Rizzi, says 'it's a calling' (,  

York Region News

Richmond Hill regional councillor Brenda Hogg set to leave politics (

Markham council replacement by appointment could come late June (

Georgina ramps up legal action over ‘illegal’ fill operation (

GTA News

John Tory takes on Trump and tariffs in Board of Trade speech (,

Uber, Lyft pilot project at Pearson Airport is ‘unfair,’ taxi industry representatives say (

Mayor Tory announced Vision Zero two years ago Wednesday. 93 pedestrians or cyclists have died on Toronto streets since that date (

Speeding fines may double around Toronto schools (

Changing Lanes: What Will Laneway Suites Mean for Toronto? (

Provincial News

Quebec worried about Ontario's cap and trade (

What made Ontarians vote for Doug Ford? (

Federal News

Top public service official criticizes ‘sweeping generalizations’ in Auditor General’s report (

June 12

Vaughan News

Piazza Tagliavini naming ceremony (Lo Specchio)

York Region News

Summer Company lets Richmond Hill student be own boss, start business (

Construction at Bathurst Street, Davis Drive intersection to begin June 18 (

GTA News

With Doug Ford as premier, city braces for fight over supervised injection services (

Provincial News

Ontario PC party still sending text messages after winning election (

Federal News

Vancouver Fire's newest recruit: Lola the trauma dog (

Feds looking to set example with plastics (

‘Show business for ugly people’: ex-MPs look back at days on Hill (

June 11

Vaughan News

York Region Events: 5 things to do this weekend (June 16 to 17) (

Mina, pregnant pit bull rescued from Woodbridge fire, thanks her heroes (

GTA News

Worried parents and child care advocates ask ‘what now?’ in wake of PC win (

Hey, the election’s over. Time to get rid of those lawn signs (

Hamilton port lands will try to help save the bees (

Road signs snarl rush-hour traffic on Dupont St. (

Presto to cost TTC millions more than current fare system (

Elderly couple warned of ‘notice of violation’ for not mowing traffic island (

Funding for social housing, transit and city programs uncertain in Ford Nation (

Provincial News

Wynne hopes Ford gives Liberals party status (

Ford to transition to power over next 3 weeks (

Premier-designate Doug Ford names his transition team (

What does losing official party status mean in Ontario? (

Ontario voter turnout highest since 1999 (

Federal News

Federal government announces changes to its strategy fighting homelessness (