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May 25

Vaughan News

Thornhill, Ont., candidates debate how to address anti-Semitism (

Vaughan musicians land exclusive recording contract (

Power restored to more than 3,500 homes, businesses in Vaughan (

To get paid or not get paid? That is the political question in Vaughan/Markham (

GTA News

Car2Go to end Toronto operations in May (,,

Mayor John Tory says Ottawa has offered nothing to help deal with Toronto’s refugee crisis (

Toronto tenants win big compensation from developer of new Yonge-Eglinton buildings (

Mayor, council praise the ‘heroism and resilience’ of Yonge St. van rampage first responders (

Centennial College opens dorms to refugees as part of city contingency plan (

Condo boards move to ban pot smoking (

Council votes to simplify traffic-calming … in a roundabout way (

Toronto land-transfer tax revenue beats expectations by $30-million despite market decline (

Provincial News

How promises to eliminate territorial auto rates will divide urban and rural voters (

Federal News

Come hell or high water, Canada can no longer ‘cheat the system’ when it comes to flood risks: Experts (


May 24

Vaughan News

King-Vaughan candidates address riding's biggest issues (

York Region News

New chief planner (NRU)

Richmond Hill councillors vote to reprimand, dock pay of local councillor (

York Region demands power to bring in new taxes (

GTA News

Holistic design (NRU)

Constructive conversations (NRU)

Uber says it remains committed to Toronto hub for self-driving car research (

City plan puts focus on two- and three-bedroom residential units (

Toronto converts two community college dorms into refugee centres temporarily for summer (

Provincial News

Brownfield transformation (NRU)

Federal News

Winnipeg’s biodome garden looks to make a tropical splash in a city defined by winter (

May 23

Vaughan News

More than 20 Liberal election signs destroyed in Nobleton (

Thornhill all-candidates' debate a 2-person fight (

York Region News

Richmond Hill celebrates seniors throughout month of June (

Apollo to open medical cannabis clinic in Aurora next month (

GTA News

City council votes to extend Eglinton LRT to Malvern (

Almost half of Toronto tenants paying ‘unaffordable’ rent, study finds (

TTC failed to meet safety standards at site of fatal accident (

New Toronto Councillor Jonathan Tsao appointed to Ward 33 amid controversy (,,

Author and placemaker Jay Pitter unsettled by housing injustice (

City’s street garbage bins are a waste (

Provincial News

New residents, construction in Durham pays off for city taxpayers (

Federal News

Electric charging stations coming to provincial parks this summer (

May 22

Vaughan News

After nearly 4 decades of service, Vaughan's fire chief is hanging up his helmet (

Toronto city council considering water rebate for at-home dialysis (

York Region News

Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre's official opening set for June 2 (

GTA News

Mayor warns Toronto may need emergency centre for refugees, demands more support (,

Toronto’s flower brokers: Inside the city’s spring rush of plant production (

Toronto-area millennials want their own backyards, report says (

Provincial News

Here is every political party running in Ontario's June 7 election (

Federal News

Government of Canada releases the Advisory Committee on Homelessness' Final Report and the Homelessness Partnering Strategy Engagement What We Heard Report 2018 (

Craft pot growers demand action from feds, B.C. (

Most Boundary residents get green light to go home (

Experts question design of 'Alert Ready' tech (