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July 19

Vaughan News

Vaughan Celebrates Canada Day event (Fairchild TV)


Vaughan fire refuses York police request at traumatic scene, causing Hwy. 400 chaos (Newstalk1010 Radio)


Mayor Bevilacqua Celebrates North Thornhill District Park Walkway (


Mayor Bevilacqua celebrates Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service recruits, recent promotions and new members (


Resident Baffled at new highrise proposal (Vaughan Citizen, Thornhill Liberal)


York Region News


Richmond Hill Coun. Greg Beros facing audit over campaign finances (


Stouffer Street construction causes major headaches for residents (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE: Elgin Mills Greenway Rejuvenated (


GTA News


Council adopts changes to make it easier for craft brewers to open in Toronto (


Tech industry investments; Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst (NRU)


From vision to focus; Burlington’s short-term plan (NRU)


Municipal Comprehensive Review; envision Durham (NRU)


Shale Resource Protection; competing priorities (NRU)


Mississauga Tourism Corporation; suburban tourism (NRU)


The ‘More Homes’ act was introduced in May. Since then, Toronto housing applications have dipped (


Weeks after its own deadline, PC government won’t say whether it’s done plans for Ontario Line (


Toronto to bring in mandatory training for Uber and Lyft drivers (


City councillors vow to fight province's development proposals that came 'without warning' (


Toronto should speed up on Vision Zero (


Provincial News


Ontario appoints Doug McNeil as special adviser on flooding (


July 18

Vaughan News


Outdoor pot smoking prohibitions deemed short-term obstacles for summer festivals (


York Region News


The Lendery is now open in Markham (


Improper disposal of products in Region’s sanitary sewer (


East Gwillimbury looks to avoid LPAT appeal with LSRCA (


Richmond Hill mural artist brings colours to traffic boxes with 'sense of pride' (


TREB, realtor concerned about ‘consequences’ over Richmond Hill’s open house sign bylaw (


Airbnbs, home rentals pitting Georgina neighbour against neighbour (


GTA News


Toronto cycling advocates hail city’s revamped bike lane plan (,


Toronto councillors scold TTC over incident involving Black teen (


Provincial News


Doug Ford said gas would get more expensive because of the carbon tax -- but it’s still cheaper now than it was a year ago (


Doug Ford cancels cellphone after too many calls from 'special interest groups' (,,,,


July 17

Vaughan News


Vaughan fire refuses York police request at traumatic scene, causing Hwy. 400 chaos (


Gender Bias in Occupations with Fire Chief Deryn Rizzi (


Rental Prices Inching Even Higher in Mississauga: Report (


York Region News


York Region school board congratulates 6 students for their 100% averages (


GTA News


Council backs street-by-street approach to lowering speeds, but some warn it maintains 'fatal' limits (,,,


Council approves 'tenants first' plan, set to reshape community housing (


New corporation to be created for Toronto Community Housing seniors’ buildings (


Provincial News


Cuts to Legal Aid Ontario will cause hearing delays, Immigration and Refugee Board warns (


Federal News


Court hears challenge over conflict of fall federal election date and Jewish high holiday (,


July 16

Vaughan News


Georgina, Newmarket, Vaughan streets top York Region's worst road list (


York Region News


Recycling audit: Town of Newmarket to spot check residential blue bins (


GTA News


Caretaking cuts mean some TDSB classrooms will be shut, with some educators having to teach ‘a la cart’ (


More than 3,000 new Toronto child care spaces at risk due to provincial cuts (


Ontario’s PC government promising grand future for Toronto transit while undermining it today, city officials say (


Enforcement blitz to target loud car stereos, mufflers (


Council cut hasn't hurt, according to poll (


Provincial News


Ontario health minister says ending ‘hallway health care’ will take longer than Ford promised last week (,,,


Ontario preparing for ‘very difficult’ flu season, Christine Elliott says (,,,


Ontario launches workplace safety blitz to support new and young workers (,


Federal News


Trudeau urged to increase military spending during NATO secretary-general visit to Ottawa (,,,


What you need to know about Canada’s new air passenger rights (,


July 15

Vaughan News


Sedna, Viking battle ship among contemporary Inuit art at Vaughan City Hall (


'Something I will always remember:' Binnington returns home with Stanley Cup (,


New bylaws force cancellation of cannabis and music festival (


York Region News


No action against developer who exceeded contribution limit in Richmond Hill (


Newmarket strikes deal to preserve trees after resident complaint (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE: Twinning of sewer pipe begins in south Newmarket (


Restrictions apply: Georgina reinstates inter-library loan program (


Provincial News


Almost 60 per cent call Ford government corrupt in new poll (


Ontario legislature to get airport-style security, new visitor screening centre (,


Ontario French school boards face potential constitutional challenge over admitting too many English students (


Federal News


Ottawa rolls out new immigration pilot program for agriculture sector (


Union, rights advocates criticize plan to arm Canadian border security guards overseeing immigration detainees (