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May 10

Vaughan News


Vaughan shows how it is done (,,


York Region News


From Lake Simcoe to Mill Pond: Where to get outside in York Region (


Plant with Forests Ontario at York Region’s Community Tree Planting Festival (


GTA News


How would you like to see Yonge Street transformed? The city wants to know (


Toronto paramedics facing $4M funding cut from province, says city manager (


Mississauga residents voice concerns over process city is using to separate from Peel (


$3.5M Georgina MURC, Civic Centre design contracts 'premature' (


Ford cuts will cost Toronto $177.65 million this year, city manager warns (,,


It’s time for Mississauga to get its independence (


Scarborough councillor raised $150,000 over spending limit in Toronto election (


Provincial News


Tories unveil spending estimates and more details on budget cuts By Rob FergusonQueen's Park Bureau (


Federal News


How a Green breakthrough could redraw the electoral map (

May 9

Vaughan News


People in York Region, Toronto and Niagara exposed to measles (,,


Voting 2019: Thornhill riding profile (Vaughan) (


Airbnb tells Vaughan not to imitate Toronto, tone down proposed fees (


York Region News


Employment land conversion; mixed-use district (NRU)


Richmond Hill library to stay open Sundays with funds from new facility: library board (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Solar power flower in East Gwillimbury (


Vote 2019: Markham-Thornhill riding profile (


Bye-Bye Beaver? East Gwillimbury seeking input on new logo (


'Disappointing and disheartening': Upper York sewage delay has region, EG up in arms (


Vote 2019: Newmarket-Aurora riding profile (


Newmarket Getting First Major Condo Development in 30 Years (


GTA News


No new streetcars, a hit on accessibility? Why a $1.1B Toronto transit funding cut has some feeling 'ill' (


New survey shows majority of Toronto Hydro customers not prepared for emergencies (


AGO to be free for people 25 and under (,


Caledon transit feasibility; servicing growth (NRU)


Ajax transportation master plan; multi-modal mobility (NRU)


Provincial News


Ontario’s remaining red-and-white health cards will be getting cancellation date (,,


Ontario cuts funding to startup, innovation programs (


Aggregate extraction; changing the narrative (NRU)

May 8

Vaughan News


Financial issues delay Vaughan’s Nashville Firehall opening (


York Region News


Aurora to mull hefty fines for unlawful heritage building demolition (


GTA News


Brampton expects answer from Ford government on Peel Region’s future by August (


Province slashing funds for Tourism Toronto, city estimates $100M total shortfall from funding changes (,,,


Toronto mayor declares war on Ford government’s ‘ill-advised budget cutbacks’ (


GTAA announces new Chair and Directors of the Board (


Provincial News


Ontario municipalities unite in opposition to public health cuts (


Ontario slashing more than $80M from municipal child care funding, group warns (,,


Federal News


Millions of calls to government call centres aren’t being answered, Auditor General finds (,

May 7

Vaughan News


Transit City Condo Towers in Vaughan ‘substantially sold out’ (


Spring is in the air! Here's 9 ways to welcome warmer weather (


Ontario Supporting New French-language Secondary School in Vaughan (


York Region News


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Water main cleaning in Newmarket (


Aurora needs residents' help to earn title of most active community in Canada (


Richmond Hill residents shocked at 37 storeys planned for Yonge & Bernard (


GTA News


GTA councillors call for halt to provincial proposal to bring back OMB (


Toronto-area politicians rally against Ford’s housing-supply plan (


Province moves in on city's subways (


Provincial News


Ford’s strategy of hitting municipalities with budget cuts, service downloads is ‘risky’ politics, expert says (


What we know and don’t know about Ontario’s massive new housing law (


Ontario and Quebec opt out of alert-system test over concerns for flood victims (


Federal News


Federal audit exposes gaps in government emergency planning (


May 6

Vaughan News


Gupta Group to speak about new highrise building in Vaughan May 8 (


York Region News


Whitchurch-Stouffville seeking mayor -- for a day (


GTA News


Majority of residents support keeping Peel Region intact at Brampton town hall (


Caledon council puts support behind 2-tier government in regional review (,


City welcomes new general manager of Environmental Services (


Planned bike lanes grind gears of Scarlett Rd. business owners (


Provincial News


List of municipalities against public health cuts grows across province (


Ontario eliminates funding to group that researches problem gambling (


Ontario government promises help for families falling through the cracks due to OHIP+ changes (


Federal News


Governments look to buyouts for flood victims (