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Nov. 9

Vaughan News


Vaughan firefighters battle blaze at Kleinburg house (


When art comes along for the ride (


York Region News


Newmarket opens its first outdoor artificial turf sports field (


York Region in for snow flurries Remembrance Day weekend (


GTA News


City to appoint ‘transit czar’ to oversee expansion (


$2-million transit office last thing City Hall needs (


Provincial News


High level Ontario PC staffer leaves post, party confirms (


Changes to Ontario social assistance coming Nov. 22 (


Ontario Protecting Jobs and the Economy in the North (


Federal News


Liberals, Tories announce duelling plans to combat guns and gangs (,,


Feds plan to give climate funds directly to Ontario institutions, businesses (


Government of Canada launches Job Banks mobile app (


Nov. 8

Vaughan News


Vaughan curator wants Peter Sheppard to be part of Canada’s art history (


Petition to bring back GO bus service to York’s Keele campus tops 11,000 names (


York Region News


New mural honours Newmarket's heritage in downtown core (


York Region, TTC single fare years away (


Forests Ontario names King City teacher Green Leader (


York 100 (


'Beautiful' vigil held in Georgina for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting (


GTA News


Toronto Needs A Better Subway System, Not Nicer Stations (


TTC using ‘gap trains’ to improve service on busiest subway line (


Massey Hall loses its ‘moustache’ stairs (


Sweeping electoral changes (NRU)


Mississauga public realm: hoarding art (NRU)


Climate adapting planning: vulnerable downtown (NRU)


Oakville Towne Square: options available (NRU)


Provincial News


Ontario welfare reforms to be unveiled Nov. 22 (


Federal News


Efforts underway to honour Indigenous veterans through Canadian War Museum exhibit (


Canada’s cannabis shortages could continue intermittently through 2020, according to insiders (


Ottawa to announce funding to combat gun and gang violence LIVE (

Nov. 7

Vaughan News

Vaughan's Remembrance Day ceremony at Woodbridge cenotaph on Nov. 11 (

Curved zinc panels create futuristic look for Ontario station (

Ticks that may carry bacteria associated with Lyme disease found in Vaughan (

York Region News

No mail --or pot --delivery for Keswick, Newmarket, Aurora, King Nov. 6 (


Move of Markham council offices could cost $100,000: deputy mayor (

GTA News

Brampton integrity commissioner resigns, citing relationship with Patrick Brown (

Supervised injection sites face new roadblocks in Toronto with provincial guidelines (

Provincial News

What you need to know about provincial education consultation (

Tories go to ground amid swirling scandals at Queen’s Park (

Federal News

New federal law creates official definition of poverty line (

Liberal decision slammed to set up commission for 2019 election leaders' debates without opposition input (


Canada could ratify new NAFTA even if U.S. tariffs remain, Trudeau says (

Nov. 6

Vaughan News

Voter turnout plunges to 27% in 2018 from 40% in 2010 (Vaughan Citizen, Thornhill Liberal)

Hospital reaches for top 2 months ahead of schedule (Vaughan Citizen)

Mayor Bevilacqua announces fourth annual Poppy Wall (

Priciest York Region homes sold in Vaughan, Richmond Hill and Aurora (

Vaughan-Woodbridge MPP Michael Tibollo demoted in cabinet shuffle (

York Region News

Stouffville clock tower bell to toll 100 times Nov. 11 (

Richmond Hill March of Remembrance Day takes place Sunday, Nov. 11 (

GTA News

Metrolinx testing disposable, ‘limited-use’ Presto tickets on TTC this month (

New subway poster campaign showcases Canadian artists taking aim at mental health stigma (

Toronto’s drug-use sites could shut down under new provincial rules, activists say (

Provincial News

Doug Ford shuffles cabinet after PC legislator Jim Wilson resigns (,,,,

Ford PCs leave drug-company transparency law in limbo (

Federal News

Ottawa to detail Canada’s new official poverty measure on Tuesday (

Feds promise $165 million in compensation after shortchanging 270,000 veterans (,,

Ottawa launches $1.5-million project that will use online ads to try to prevent radicalization (


Nov. 5

Vaughan News

Partnering for rehabilitation success: Mackenzie Health and SE Health (

York Region News

Travelling exhibit explores connection between military, sport in Aurora (

Weekend paving on Yonge reduces lanes, closes bus stops in Richmond Hill (

Georgina Remembrance Day events, ceremonies, honour service and sacrifice (

Hands-on exhibits let you relive Armistice Day in Newmarket, Aurora (

Aurora Sports Dome on rise 6 months after wind storm destroyed it (

Construction of new Oak Ridges Library stuck in limbo (

GTA News

Toronto taxi owners sue city for $1.7 billion over arrival of Uber, lost plate value (

Incoming Scarborough councillors looking to make their mark on city hall (

John Tory unified Toronto -- and he can thank Doug Ford for that, experts say (

Longtime Toronto councillor lands top job in Niagara-on-the-Lake (

How the Toronto Library’s Dial-a-Story program helped this child of refugees learn English, one call at a time (

King St. pilot strikes again (

Provincial News

Premier Doug Ford shuffles cabinet after Jim Wilson’s departure (,

Province submits fresh evidence in ongoing court fight over Toronto council cut (

Federal News

Ontario Proud's arrival on federal scene renews fears about third party collusion (,,

Government grants to small business -- a.k.a. free money -- go unused (

Bells to toll on 100th anniversary of First World War end (