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Aug. 9

Vaughan News


City launches "Vaughan Rising Podcast": Series promotes Vaughan as a magnet for investment and economic opportunity (


York Region events: 5 things to do this weekend (Aug. 10 and 11) (


Alarms needed in garages: Fire Safety Officers (Thornhill The Liberal)


North Thornhill District Parkway opens (Thornhill The Liberal)


York Region News


Public Art at the Newmarket Old Town Hall (


Trail to temporarily close at Newmarket GO/Tannery (


GTA News


Are you losing the raccoon war? Green-bin complaints data sheds light on breaches in Toronto neighbourhoods (


Struggling with violence, Lawrence Heights may not get the community centre it was promised (


LEVY: Euchregate latest insanity from Parks and Rec (


Residents say Toronto's climate action plan must consider impact on low income people (


Toronto 'fully supports' provincial overhaul of blue bin program (


'I'm not an Airbnb': North York residents tired of their homes being mistaken for rental property (


Provincial News


Ontario cities ask feds, province for help repelling ransomware attacks (


Ontario postpones end of emergency OHIP coverage abroad to accommodate dialysis patients (


Federal News


David MacNaughton stepping down as Canada's ambassador to U.S. (,,,


Ottawa moves closer to a national drug plan with changes that will lower prices (,


Aug. 8

Vaughan News


Mayor in the Morning; live interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (105.9 The Region)


City releases ‘Vaughan Rising Podcast’ on Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud (


York Region News


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


Whitchurch-Stouffville museum Archaeology Alive exhibit on for full year (


Stouffville audit committee clears former mayor Justin Altmann, C3 candidates (


Coyote sightings in York Region (


GTA News


No clear timeline for fixing Cherry St. lift bridge that has been stuck upright for days, city says (


Provincial News


Alberta and Ontario to collaborate on meeting future shortage of tradespeople (


American private-education lobbying group sets up shop in Ontario (


Ford government builds its case for standardized school construction (


Ontario boosts funds for special emergency response teams (


Federal News


Green Party unveils plan to transition oil, gas workers to renewable energy jobs (


Aug. 7

Vaughan News


New Stormwater Fee In Vaughan (


Festival suing Vaughan after abrupt cancellation (


York Region News


In-ground waste bins to further beautify Newmarket's downtown core (


GTA News


From a McDonald’s GO station to the 2022 mayor’s race, here’s what you might have missed at Toronto city hall (


Mississauga residents call foul on city orders to move basketball nets (


John Tory asks for help from federal government amid weekend gun violence (,,


Torontonians can rent a bike for free on Wednesdays (


Provincial News


Ontario government to join external review of CAMH amid recent disappearances (


Federal News


Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale unveils details of $22 million to combat child abuse online (,,


Aug. 6

Vaughan News


Vaughan's Civic Centre Resource Library wins Ontario Library Association award (


Gunshots fired at fleeing vehicle outside Thornhill's Garnet Williams Community Centre (


Smoke, heat detectors needed in garages, York Region fire safety officers say (


York Region News


Georgina Island First Nation eyeing pot shop licence (


'I hate living here': Stouffville residents speak out against Reeves Way dangers (


Richmond Hill community “wants a divorce” from 360Kids following shooting on Crosby Ave. (


GTA News


Why making Toronto City Hall more like Walmart would be good for democracy (


Toronto has no time to waste amid ‘epidemic’ of ransomware attacks (


Toronto home sales soar in July (,,


Provincial News


Contract settlements with Ontario education unions not likely before kids head back to school (


Girls Government program gives young women glimpse into political life (


Provincial Government Considering New Strategies to Support Seniors in Brampton (