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July 5

York Region News


Affordable housing targets; missing the mark (NRU)


Here's where to beat the heat in Newmarket (


Bicycle hub rolls into Markham (


East Gwillimbury teen helps bring a BMX park to town after 5 year wait (


Be careful what you toss in your blue box, Newmarket (


Markham goes back to nature for flood protection (


GTA News


Small business development; innovation and entrepreneurship (NRU)


Ajax Climate Change Plan; building resistance (NRU)


Burlington Parking Study; incremental change (NRU)


Bombardier says it can deliver final 38 new streetcars by year’s end (


30 influential Toronto leaders pen letter supporting controversial Sidewalk Labs plan (


What’s ahead for the Rogers Centre? John Tory says stadium’s future is uncertain (


Plan to create new corporation to run TCH seniors buildings moves forward (,


Brampton Transit launching $15 monthly pass for seniors (


If you think Toronto's beaches are filthy, you're wrong, city officials say (


Halton Region could soon use onboard cameras to catch drivers speeding past school buses (


Brampton exploring ways to improve snow and ice removal (


Provincial News


Top Ontario bureaucrat fired as Star reveals his longtime ties to Premier Doug Ford’s former chief of staff, Dean French (


Federal News


Parties’ financial returns show Tories topped Liberals in 2018 fundraising (


July 4

Vaughan News


Update on cars towed from plaza across Canada’s Wonderland (


Section of Major Mackenzie Drive in Vaughan closed this weekend (


Vaughan MPP Michael Tibollo calls new post as Ontario minister for mental health a ‘gift’ (


York Region News


Markham Cycles Launches at Milliken Mills Community Centre & Library (


Satisfied? Have your say on Georgina's customer service (


Aurora residents ready to take on Hydro One over proposed hydro poles (


Music at Civic Square kicks off July 9 in East Gwillimbury (


Newmarket exploring stricter protection of trees on private property (


Aurora taxpayers to cover $6.7M of Library Square's total cost (


GTA News


Mississauga approves Smart City master plan to guide its digital projects (


Measures to make Toronto apartments safer accepted by city hall committee (


City hall committee recommends changes to make it easier for craft brewers to open in Toronto (


Ford regional governance review holding up municipal planning in Brampton (,


Toronto Councillor Jim Karygiannis faces campaign spending audit (


'It still stinks!': Residents have mixed opinions on city efforts to curb Humber, Ashbridges sewage smells (


July 3

Vaughan News


More Vaughan seniors need ‘Meals on Wheels,’ others burdened with taxes (


Ways to celebrate Canada's birthday this week (June 30 to July 6) (


York Region News


A Look at Lake Simcoe: What’s Georgina to do with the waterfront? (


GTA News


How 'defensive design' leads to rigid benches, metal spikes, and 'visual violence' in modern cities (


What should you do if you see a turtle on the road? (


Toronto police issue more than 800 aggressive driving tickets during one-week cycling safety blitz (


Architects, advocates team up on affordable tower to slow ‘avalanche of condominiums’ (


'People or parking? Pick one': Toronto housing watchdog gets city to park plans for Green P lot (


Provincial News


Ontario issuing 50 new licences for cannabis stores, including eight on First Nations reserves (,


Ontario ministries, agencies banned from purchasing tickets for political events (


Minister: 'Jobs of the Future Central Focus' (,,


Federal News


So just what does the federal government look after anyway? (


And they’re off! The federal election’s precampaign period has officially begun (,