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Aug. 16

Vaughan News


Mosquitos in Vaughan trap test positive for West Nile virus (,


York Region News


Free transit in York Region for Canadian Armed Forces, veterans on Warriors' Day (


Province gives green light to 400-404 link (,


Ng announces investment geared toward women in Markham (


GTA News


Metrolinx adding dozens of new GO train trips in GTA (,,


Five smart ways to make cities work better (


New York City following Toronto's lead with its own version of the King Street pilot (


Provincial News


Ontario will shift Blue Box program costs to waste producers (,,,,


Toward Sustainable, Transparent Finances (


Federal News


Tories, NDP seek emergency meeting to look into report that Trudeau broke ethics law (,,,,


Aug. 15

Vaughan News


Remembering the Vaughan tornado: 10 years later (


Recreation Services Job Fair (105.9 The Region)


Canada’s Wonderland announces exhilarating cliff jumping water park attraction and kids’ airplane ride for 2020 (


Curbside giveaway part of expanded Coquitlam garage sale (


York Region News


Newmarket builds first new condo development in 30 years (yes, you read that right) (


Canada Invests in Newmarket's Electric Bus Network (


GTA News


Inside Toronto's plastic problem (


Niagara Region official plan review; managing growth (NRU)


Algoma expansion; post-secondary hub (NRU)


Halton Region Official Plan; changing the status quo (NRU)


Toronto police chief unveils 'intelligence-led' plan to curb gun violence (,,


Durham, others left alone in Smart Commute (


Fading 70s-era Toronto buildings to get digital-age makeover (


Provincial News


Skilled trade workforce retention (NRU)


Aug. 14

Vaughan News


Transit project gives nearby trees a new lease on life (


Forest contractors: pride, passion and performance (


York Region News


King Township’s Schomberg Community Hall receives $100K to bolster accessibility (


MAP: Coyote sightings in York Region (


Review of Yonge North subway extension to consider above-ground portions (


GTA News


Trudeau meets Toronto mayor, promises more gun control, mum on handgun ban (


No funding for students of Mississauga's Summer Company Program (


There's plenty of City Hall tax dollars for anti-Ford newsletters (


Aug. 13

Vaughan News


Luxury Hotel Vie by Marriott is coming to Vaughan (


School dropout shares how he founded successful Vaughan-based IT company (


York Region News


Richmond Hill second Canadian city to accept cryptocurrency for property tax payment (


Georgina Island First Nation eyeing pot shop licence (


GTA News


Seven new Government of Canada projects will support innovative practices in early learning and child care in the Greater Toronto Area (


Should This Burlington Private Bylaw Pilot Project be Enforced City-Wide? (


Ottawa pledges $1.5-million to help combat Toronto gun violence (


From dumpster to diesel: How a pilot project in Whitby is turning plastic waste into fuel (


Tory announces $4.5M for gun violence initiative, 'confident' councillors will support him (


Yonge and Eglinton: Ground zero in Toronto’s battle to reconcile high-density development and livability (


Ontario Announces Funding For More Cultural Events in Halton (


Provincial News


Province considers big changes for two subway projects (


Aug. 12

Vaughan News


Vaughan hosting first-ever job fair on Aug. 24 for community centre positions (


Vaughan Public Libraries calling all volunteers (


Pan Am Roundup: Canadians Lalonde, Arop race to gold medals and records in Lima (


York Region News


King Township, East Gwillimbury and Richmond Hill streets top York Region's worst road list (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Pool restoration in Aurora (


Richmond Hill’s David Dunlap Observatory declared national historic site (


Markham’s ventureLAB gets $1.7M to reduce ‘gender gaps’ (


Think your taxes are too high in Newmarket? (


More chances to have your say on Georgina's MURC, Civic Centre projects (


Tapestry of Taste set to go in East Gwillimbury Aug. 9 to 11 (


GTA News


Toronto mayor says city-wide handgun ban would be enough (


TRCA gets $2M to build environmentally-friendly mass timber office (


Toronto issued 90,000 red-light camera tickets last year, a rise of nearly 50 per cent (


Provincial News


Ontario's got the blue box blues (