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July 12

Vaughan News


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


Onore al campioncini (Lo Specchio)


Vaughan resident rejects 7-storey condo proposal at ‘dedicated low density area’ (


York Region News


Aurora history comes to life with On This Spot smartphone app (


Richmond Hill changes Council time, allows cryptocurrency (


York Region school board approves slightly bigger $1.5B budget, despite cuts (


GTA News


Tribunal calls plan for Rail Deck Park ‘visionary’ as developers lose appeal over parkland (


Provincial News


‘Everyone wants a piece of Ontario’: Doug Ford talks fight against ‘Buy America,’ interprovincial trade in Star interview (


Ontario scraps affordable housing plan in Premier Ford’s riding, says developer deal ‘undervalued’ the land (


July 11

Vaughan News


Mayor celebrates Motion Boys Basketball team's historic victory overseas (


Woodbridge Foam Corporation gets $20M to ‘modernize’ 2 plants (


York Region News


Speed humps coming to Burkholder Street in Stouffville (


Holland Landing councillors contemplate crosswalk on Yonge Street (


GTA News


Mass resignation at Brantford children’s aid society to protest underfunding (


Toronto’s climate emissions down 44 per cent from 1990 levels (


Provincial News


Education minister 'optimistic' students will be in class in September (


Provincial committee chair with links to Ford’s former chief of staff resigns (,


Federal News


Trudeau nominates Quebec jurist Nicholas Kasirer to the Supreme Court of Canada (,,


Liberal MP found to have broken ethics rules but won't face sanctions (,,


Premiers call on federal government to fight harder against Buy America provisions (,,,


July 10

Vaughan News


Mayor Bevilacqua welcomes soccer team from Friuli, Italy to Vaughan (


1 dead in multi-vehicle crash in Thornhill (,,,,,,


New Vaughan bylaw butts out cannabis music festival (,,,,,,


York Region News


Need Something? We've Got it. York Region's First Lendery to open at Markham Public Library's Milliken Mills Branch (


Residents could have access to Aurora's Wildlife Park by end of year (


St. Louis Blues star goalie Jordan Binnington brings Stanley Cup home to Richmond Hill (


GTA News


Ford government to stop funding subsidy for discounted GTA transit fares (,,


Toronto Caribbean Carnival kicks off at city hall (,


Toronto to build its largest community centre, and not everyone is happy (


Toronto festival organizers want city’s support in addressing security needs (


A Toronto sinkhole where someone grew tomatoes is back--and residents are ready to plant again (


King St. transit stops to nowhere (


Provincial News


Ford brings open-for-business message to premiers meeting in Saskatoon (,


Ontario spending $6M to improve math skills and scores (


Federal News


Trudeau government pressing provinces, territories, municipalities to ban conversion therapy (


July 9

Vaughan News


A conversation with Deryn Rizzi: Navigating the competitive world of fire service (


Interview: facingNORTH exhibition on now at Vaughan City Hall (105.9 The Region)


Festival of cannabis and music gets quashed with new bylaws in Vaughan, Ont. (,,,,,,,,


Region enhancing safety for pedestrians, cyclists at 4 intersections (


Colorado blue spruce planted in 1945 to mark VE Day still stands in Vaughan (


Mayor Bevilacqua Celebrates Motion Boys Basketball Team's Historic Victory Overseas (


Hwy.400 cleanup near Langstaff continues after camper rollover in Vaughan (


York Region News


York Region’s waste reduction efforts continue to be strong (


Boost tax base with more industry, less tourism: Georgina ratepayers group (


GTA News


Brampton Library Has Reading Clubs This Summer (


Feds announce $5.75M in funding for housing retrofits in Toronto and Hamilton (


How the city is trying to stop the theft of 348 Olympic pools worth of water each year (


Provincial News


Minister of Education to Make an Announcement (


July 8

Vaughan News


‘Long may it live’: Colorado blue spruce planted in 1945 to mark day Germany surrendered still stands tall in Vaughan (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Hwy. 7, Bathurst and Centre Street closures (


Ways to enjoy music in York Region this week (July 7 to July 13) (


Mayor Bevilacqua visits Cam Lo Vuong Buddhist community temple (


York Region News


Reduce waste with SM4RT Living Plan (


New farm map helps you experience freshness York Region has to offer (


'It was terrifying': Man escapes with minor injuries after car falls into Markham sinkhole (


The City of Markham issues Heat Warning from July 5 to 6 (


Markham opens Tony Murphy Park & William Cantley Park on July 6 Weekend (


After receiving $5M in federal funding, Markham’s ventureLAB to pick ‘first cohort’ companies (


Lane closures on Newmarket's Davis Drive expected for next 5 months (


York Region heat wave brings water advisory (


Markham to transform industrial area into green space to prevent flood damage (


GTA News


Toronto scraps cooling centres, new strategy maps 270 places to beat the heat instead (


Toronto’s youth council sworn in (


GTA Residents Can Now Take GO Transit To Cottage Country (


Provincial News


Ontario Taking Action to Protect and Preserve the Great Lakes (