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Aug. 30

Vaughan News


Cladding Enclosing Topped Out "The Met" in Vaughan (


York Region News


King, Weston intersection improvements (


GTA News


The ‘Toronto’ sign costs a fortune to maintain, so the city wants to build a better one (,,,


Allowing property owners to use secondary suites as short-term rentals bad for Toronto’s rental market, expert says (


Metrolinx Announces Improvements to Kitchener, Brampton GO Service (


Do you know proper pooch protocol? Toronto Animal Services teaching condo dwellers dog etiquette (


Provincial News


Ban on cellphones in Ontario classrooms takes effect in November (,


Ontario urged to encourage immigrants to look beyond the GTA (,,,


Ontario government causes confusion with amended e-scooter pilot scheme (


Aug. 29

York Region News


Oak Ridges Moraine Development; Streamlining site plan control (NRU)


Portion of Kennedy Road closed for bridge repair (,


GTA News


Ontario Announces New Childcare Tax Credit For Families In Mississauga (NRU)


Georgetown secondary plan; destination downtown (NRU)


Investing in Cambridge; core revitalization (NRU)


Cities issue challenge to federal parties: make housing more affordable (


Monday is your last chance to ride the TTC’s old, articulated streetcars (


North York residents upset over losing parking lot to affordable housing (


Making waves -- how Sidewalk Labs will bring cottage country to Toronto (


Could new Airbnb rules discourage legal secondary suites? (


Here's How Brampton City Council is Planning to Fight Gun and Gang Violence (


Should smoke, heat detectors be inside garages? It’s ‘somewhat problematic,’ Orangeville fire chief says (


Provincial News


CAO Survey; navigating new realities (NRU)


‘Students struggling’: Education Minister Stephen Lecce rolls out $200M math strategy (


Aug. 28

York Region News


Kitchener city council to tackle single use plastics and wipes (


Road reconstruction, Newmarket (


Is a 'crisis' looming for public health? York Region's medical officer is worried (


GTA News


North York homeowner pleading with city to stop being an awful neighbour (


'WE'RE SURPRISED': Toronto Police Chief Saunders has contract extended (,


Photo radar should be in place in December: Tory (


Feds invest in affordable housing project for people with disabilities in Hamilton’s north end (


Doug Ford says Black Creek Pioneer Village won’t be shut down (


Government of Canada announces new Rouge National Urban Park education and welcome centre (


Provincial News


Ontario Listening to Local Governments on Streamlining Processes (


‘Halloween could be really interesting for the GTA’: Caledon mayor says regional review result on way (


Ontario in talks with Ottawa to revive plans for French-language university (,,


Federal News


Liberals committed $13B to affordable housing, report says (


Supporting Diversity Across Canada Francais (


Aug. 27

Vaughan News


Yukon Striker puts Canada’s Wonderland in the list of world’s 100 places to visit (


York Region News


Stouffville's 'oldest' tree could be on the chopping block for new GO station (


Aurora Cultural Centre to be displaced for two-year construction period (


Richmond Hill launches Indigenous awareness training course for city staff, council (


GTA News


Feds target congestion at Bloor-Yonge station as part of $1B GTA transit investment (,,


Airbnb hosts, short-term rental critics facing off over regulations at appeal hearing (,


Provincial News


What we know about the feds' $54M plan to tackle guns and gangs in Ontario (,


Aug. 26

Vaughan News


Ministry approves Vaughan's flood prevention initiative for downtown core (


Vaughan auto parts maker lands $2.5M from FedDev, creates 50 jobs (


What do you get when you invite bikers to a Vaughan mosque? A unique fundraiser (


York Region News


Youth participants learn everything food at first ever Youth Food Festival in Aurora (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Road reconstruction, Newmarket (


A 200-year-old family feud comes to an end in East Gwillimbury (


Richmond Hill’s Oak Ridges Moraine Library closes Sept. 9, transitions to new building (


Long-time East Gwillimbury councillor Marlene Johnston dies suddenly (


Bill Armstrong brings Stanley Cup to backyard party in Richmond Hill (


GTA News


Hearings to begin in landlords’ appeal over Toronto rules for Airbnb, other short-term rentals (


Toronto Catholic District School Board deciding whether to include gender identity, expression in code of conduct (


Toronto’s heat-relief network not enough to cool city’s most vulnerable, health and outreach workers say (


Provincial News


Ontario invests $3-million in Toronto’s CCTV network amid spike in gun violence (,,,


Doug Ford says Black Creek Pioneer Village won’t be shut down (


Doug Ford says he’ll reconsider carbon tax challenge if federal Conservatives lose election (


Federal News


Trudeau talks trade with Trump at G7 summit (,,,


Trudeau government outlines five-year, $148-million plan to attract more foreign students to Canadian universities (