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Aug. 2

York Region News


East Gwillimbury hires new Economic Development Manager (


Up Front with the Mayor: Answers about pedestrian safety, housing for seniors, bike lanes (


GTA News


The Government of Canada Announces Support for a Festival Celebrating Diversity in Toronto (


Accessibility app receives cash injection to help more Canadians with disabilities (


Tory MPPs lobbying to save services at Scarborough hospital (


Former Toronto councillor Augimeri taking on Sgro in federal election (


Expenses show Toronto councillors not practising what they preach (


Drake producer Boi-1da to meet with Pickering, Ont., mayor to discuss Wi-Fi complaints (


City's real estate arm has a conflict of interest problem (


Federal News


Federal leaders’ debates set for second week of October (


Liberal government runs $1.4-billion budget deficit in first two months of 2019-20 fiscal year (


Aug. 1

Vaughan News


Vaughan Celebrates Canada Day 2019 (


Concerts in the Park- Simply Queen (


Vaughan Latin Festival 2019 (


Eid Story-Time at Vaughan Public Libraries


The 1st Annual MPP Michael Tibollo Community Picnic (


The 1st Annual Italian Heritage Month Reception Hosted by MPP Stephen Lecce (


Neon Nostalgic Retro Rock Revue (


Snapd around Vaughan; our community (


GTHA business tax rates decrease (NRU)


Outdoor Water Use Bylaws (


York Region News


Highway 48 visioning exercise; opening the whitebelt (NRU)


GTA News


Here’s How Mississauga’s Property Taxes Compare to Other Ontario Cities (


Federal site on Queens Quay to see new affordable housing after blowback over sale for condos (


Drake askes Mayor of Pickering for better Wifi (,


City council approves redevelopment of former industrial site in Port Credit (


The next new bin: City eyes cost-savings through automation of yard waste pickup (


Provincial News


Provincial policy statement; market-based statement (NRU)


Municipal Class EA process; finding efficiencies (NRU)


Longtime Ford adviser promoted to key role in premier's office (


Federal funding available to help small, medium businesses go green (


Metrolinx to sell naming rights for railway stations, waiting areas, parking lots (


Federal News


August dubbed "Tree Check Month" to detect invasive species in Canada (


'A tremendous opportunity': Canadian officer becomes first woman to command standing NATO fleet (


July 31

York Region News


Be safe on the water in East Gwillimbury this summer (


Here are 5 ways York Region is your 'good friend' (


York Region launches intersection safety program (


GTA News


‘I don’t think we’ve lost control of this’: Toronto’s first transit czar says the city still has a role to play in transit planning (


Downsized council one year later, same old, same old. (


Bloor west community will benefit from expanded bike lanes: advocates (


Toronto Zoo wants $5M to hand over land for Rouge National Urban Park (


Etobicoke bike cops on a mission to regain trust in communities (


How can Toronto keep privately owned public spaces safe? (


Provincial News


Statement by Associate Minister of Children and Women's Issues on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (


July 30

Vaughan News


Where am I most at risk walking or cycling in York Region? (


York Region News


Newmarket looking to tackle growing trash problem with in-ground bins (


Heavy rains may cause localized flooding in Newmarket (


GTA News


'All of it is about healing': Teepees come to city hall to honour residential school survivors (


Brampton council approves funding for media outlet with ties to two councillors (


Nova Bus is proud to announce a new order for two Electric Buses by Brampton as Part of the CUTRIC Project Fran├žais (


Provincial News


Ontario's Government Strengthening Fire Protection for the People (


Federal News


Elections Canada won’t change voting day to accommodate Jewish holiday (,


July 29

Vaughan News


Vaughan's cannabis fest blow-up in (


PAN AM GAMES: Look out Lima! Make way for York Region's best threats (


How to break the inefficient glass condo mould (


York Region News


Richmond Hill council to expand library board despite concerns (


Markham to Open Harmony Park (


Honouring Veterans with the Launch of Markham's Veteran Park Program (


Crime severity continues to rise in York Region (


GTA News


Toronto aims to have traffic wardens overseeing its busiest intersections by end of 2019 (


'It breaks my heart to do it': Toronto homeowner ordered to remove fake grass (


City council adopts photo radar report; cameras to be installed by December (


Provincial News


Expanding Learning Opportunities in STEM and Skilled Trades (


Federal News


Ottawa launches project to improve data collection in Canadian cities (


Ontario government to reverse direction on autism program and provide families with needs-based support (