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Sept. 28

Vaughan News

Three Towers Proposed for Yonge and Steeles Intersection (

More protections needed for pre-construction homebuyers, says Ontario’s warranty program CEO (

Nick Pinto, Vaughan Ward 2 candidate (

York Region News

Discover your ancestors or stories of Newmarket's history at library (

Jenny Altmann, Whitchurch-Stouffville Ward 5 candidate (

Justin Altmann, Whitchurch-Stouffville mayoral candidate (

Candidates debate 'out of control spending' in Georgina (

GTA News

Mayoral candidates discuss transit without Tory in third debate (

650 Parliament residents to leave Regent Park Community Centre, which will reopen for community programming (

Time to consider legalizing drinking in parks, Mayor John Tory says (,

Provincial News

Ontario could have up to 1,000 pot shops (

Ontario to modernize driver’s licence system after Star probe (

Federal News

Minister announces EI improvements for families with critically ill loved ones (

Sept. 27

Vaughan News

Vaughan condo buyers ask Ontario’s home warranty corporation to investigate developer (

York Region business leaders donate $2M to Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital (

Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)

York Region News

Newmarket urban centres zoning by-law approved (NRU)

Georgina considers corporate sponsorship strategy for rec facilities (

Is the cost to uphold Newmarket's integrity worth the tax dollars? (

Please vote for me: Casting your best ballot in Ontario's municipal election (

New traffic lights cause a stir in Mount Albert (

Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville launches roundabout education campaign (

Richmond Hill councillors welcome new integrity commissioner, but note post has limitations (

Richmond Hill resident gets shocking water bill due to misplaced decimal point (

GTA News

Booming waterfront ward comes with ‘unique challenges’ (

Peel regional chair: potential candidates emerge (NRU)

Clarington planning Heritage Park (NRU)

Mississauga arts and culture: connecting to the Earth (NRU)

Provincial News

Ontario unveils pot plan, including online ordering, 150 stand-alone stores (,,,,

Ontario government to halt minimum wage hike (

Federal News

Trudeau on NAFTA, tariffs and Trump at UN General Assembly (

Security Council seat not an end in itself for Canada, Trudeau says (

Liberals to create new ambassador position for women, peace and security (

Sept. 26

Vaughan News

Accountability has a price for Vaughan council members and taxpayers (

Why this man with disabilities calls Vaughan's waste bylaw 'unfair and unjust' (

Richmond Hill tops list of most unaffordable housing markets in Ontario (

The largest and spookiest Halloween Haunt in the GTA starts this weekend (,

York Region News

East Gwillimbury council ready to add layer of political accountability (

York-Simcoe MPP Caroline Mulroney celebrates opening of constituency office (

Stouffville council, legal experts, weigh in on judge's decision to overturn Mayor Justin Altmann's sanctions (

York 100: Who are the York Region men, women who served during the First World War? (

GTA News

Lawyer Saron Gebresellassi takes Tory, Keesmaat to task in first broadcast mayoral debate (,

Crowded buses, long commutes --why transit is top of mind for Toronto voters (,

What happened to Seth Rogen's voice? TTC stopped playing divisive transit PSAs after just one month (

Provincial News

Ontario environmental watchdog pans move to scrap cap and trade (,

Ontario Tories vow to tackle fiscal situation (,,

Federal News

Feds ironing out kinks in alert system (

Sept. 25

York Region News

Town of Aurora dragging its heels on "monster" home solution: resident (

Construction on York Region's first university to begin at end of year (

Abu Alam, Richmond Hill mayoral candidate (

Carol Chan, Richmond Hill regional council candidate (

GTA News

TTC is splitting the King St. streetcar route into two branches to speed up your commute (

Which Toronto mayoral candidate is telling the truth about the relief subway line? (

Trudeau announces new office to push for private-sector investments in developing countries (

Jennifer Keesmaat and John Tory spar over arts funding for Toronto (

MOCA: Toronto gets a gallery that’s global, local and wide open (

What you need to know about Toronto ’s 25 new wards (

Provincial News

Liberals reject motion to study notwithstanding clause (

Ontario spending audit results coming today (

Doug Ford claims Liberal deficit ‘the worst political coverup in Ontario’s history’ (,

New Metrolinx chair discusses the company ’s vision (

Federal News

Andrew Scheer pitches Trans Mountain ‘rescue plan’ (

Federal government to gradually eliminate plastic waste in its operations across the country (


Sept. 24

Vaughan News

Mayor Bevilacqua announces opening of North Maple Regional Park (Phase One) (

Mayor Bevilacqua announces opening of the new Pierre Berton Heritage Centre (

How the GTA's youngest council candidates overcome 'shocked' voters on the campaign trail (

Thousands of supporters gather in Vaughan for Ford Fest 2018 (,,,,,,,

King, Vaughan MPP Stephen Lecce opens constituency office in King City (

Furio Liberatore, Vaughan Ward 4 candidate (

Adriano Volpentesta, Vaughan Ward 2 candidate (

Alan Shefman, Vaughan Ward 5 candidate (

Mark Pulciani, Vaughan Ward 3 candidate (

Vaughan Rebels' Gabby Nunno tackles her role on gridiron with gusto (

The beat goes on during Culture Days, Sept. 28 to 30, in York Region (

York Region News

Sue Jagminas back in Georgina's mayoral race (

Newmarket is invited to say farewell as Tony Van Bynen and Dave Kerwin retire (

Project management tab totals $1M for Georgina's MURC, Civic Centre and Link (

York Transit cops want power to enforce new pot laws (

GTA News

Toronto takes a second look at rules for Uber, Lyft (

Doug Ford’s bombshell has left Toronto’s mayoral race in neutral (

Province not closing door on downtown waterfront casino (

Toronto town hall on potential handgun ban marked by vocal opponents (

Construction crews near finish line on two-tower project that will be Toronto’s tallest outside downtown core (

Provincial News

Non-profit workers offered chance to join Ontario government pension plan (

Federal News

Cities make power play ahead of election (