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March 1

Vaughan news


Niagara falls for opportunity in Vaughan opportunity (


York U Scholars Hub at Vaughan Public Libraries Speakers Series (


Black History Month 2019 Observance Ceremony (


City of Vaughan Staff Raise More Than $86,000 for United Way Campaign (


Vaughan Public Libraries (VPL) Receives Two Awards (


Family Night Winter Carnival (


Prime Minister Highlights Project to Improve Public Transit in Maple (


Rev. James J. Maher Presented with the Key to the City of Vaughan (


Black History Month Poem Readings (


Councillor Tony Carella Family Day Skate (


MP Deb Schulte Family Day Skate (


MPP Stephen Lecce's Family Day Skate (


MPP Michael Tibollo Family Skate Day (


2019 Vaughan Chamber of Commerce Mayor's Luncheon (


Vaughan Celebrates Winterfest 2019 (


Outside the Box portraits of Innovation | Technology Reception (


2019 Vaughan Business Expo and Creative Industries Summit (


City of Vaughan Hosts Annual Lunar New Year Celebration (


Family Literacy Day Party at Civic Centre Resource Library (


Allstate Insurance: Vaughan Agency Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary (

The 2019 our health & wellness EXPO (


SNAPD around Vaughan; our community (


York Region News


Get your spring on with Seedy Saturday expo in Newmarket (


Newmarket takes new public input approach through free iWonder event (


GTA News


Majority of Torontonians polled want the city to have authority over housing issues (


Are Torontonians who clear catch basins heroes, or ruining it for the rest of us? (


Bike Share Toronto gets $7.5-million expansion despite operating losses (


Toronto property tax rates among the lowest across GTA, report says (,


Public invited to speak at first Ontario Place subcommittee meeting (


Provincial News


Standing up for Ontario's Agri-food sector (


Federal News


Liberals table ‘historic’ Indigenous child welfare bill (,


Trudeau to shuffle cabinet Friday, filling vacancy left by Jody Wilson-Raybould (,


Trudeau announces Canada will be partner in NASA-led Lunar Gateway project (,


Feb. 28

Vaughan news


70% of residents want new rules on short-term rentals in Vaughan (


York Region News


Stouffville's 4.8% tax hike 'reckless', frustrated taxpayer says (


Richmond Hill council changes meeting day, time starting April (


Paramount Ice shooting to build three-rink campus in Aurora (


GTA News


Owners of Hearn site on Toronto waterfront object to heritage designation (


City bails on negotiations to acquire what may be Toronto’s oldest tree (


Toronto council falling behind on election pledges to reduce poverty, report finds (


Complaints about Toronto’s snow removal are way up in 2019 (


A look behind the system deciding when and where snowplows hit Toronto streets (


Mississauga: Get ahead of the snow by shovelling early and often (


Canadian cities work to mitigate winter risks as icy sidewalks send some to hospital (


Mississauga Apartments are the Third Most Expensive in Canada (


Will the Halton Region Become One Big City? (


Provincial News


GO Transit to let kids ride free (


Feb. 27

Vaughan news

Vaughan’s 2019 budget rises to $310M (

Feature on Mayor Bevilacqua -- RAI -- L’Italia Con Voi (RAI)

York Region News

Richmond Hill 'Coldest Night of the Year' walk raises over $45K for homeless (

York Region Events: 5 things to do this weekend (Feb. 23 and 24) (

WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Adding to Thornhill's Robert Shuter house (

Aurora residents can file complaints with integrity commissioner March 1 (

Ski time: Cross-country ski trails in York Region (

Newmarket council set to settle on $120 tax hike on average residential home (

'We’re subjects of a long con': Snowball residents fight aggregate expansion (

GTA News

Sidewalk Labs’ Port Lands vision not guaranteed, says new Waterfront Toronto chair (

Toronto council agenda dominated by fallout from Doug Ford government (

TTC should have more control over Presto to fight fare evasion, vice-chair says (


Provincial News

Massive health-care overhaul called ‘biggest change’ since medicare (,,,, Breakfast Television)

Federal News

Attorney General Caroline Mulroney boosts rape crisis centre funding by $1 million (

Lower gas prices help Canada’s inflation rate slow to 1.4 per cent in January (

Feb. 26

Vaughan news


Nominations open for Vaughan York Region District School Board byelection (


York Region News


East Gwillimbury puts community safety at forefront of 2019 budget (


Average Aurora homeowner could pay an extra $84 in property taxes (


Conservative Scot Davidson wins York-Simcoe byelection (,


Richmond Hill council eyes switching from evening to afternoon meetings (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? 3 new condo towers planned to rise in Markham (


GTA News


Newly formed citizens group aims to block Sidewalk Labs project (


WATCH: Toronto’s deepening pothole problem (


The newest Toronto condos are now the size of walk in closets (


Provincial News


Ontario MP blasts Pallister government for inaction on national housing strategy (

Feb. 25

Vaughan News


York Region homeowners could face extra $24 tax to ease traffic gridlock (


'You won't regret it:' Russian-speaking immigrants choose Thornhill (


York Region News


Chasing the Canadian dream: York Region newcomers find settling a struggle (


Richmond Hill library service may suffer as council considers 2019 budget (


How to vote in York-Simcoe’s federal byelection (


GTA News


City moves to protect key waterfront heritage sites from demolition (


Landlord fined $75,000 for evicting tenants in bad faith -- money it can recoup in less than a year from higher rents (


Sidewalks turn into an urban obstacle course for parents with strollers (


TTC wants to charge developers who block traffic lanes (


Toronto councillor seeks funding boost for menstrual products for homeless women (


Federal News


Cannabis lollipops and gummy bears should not be legalized, says Ottawa's Medical Officer of Health (