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Nov. 18

Vaughan News


‘Like you’ve never seen it before’: Top 5 things to expect at Canada’s Wonderland this season (


Icona condo buyers take developer to court over cancelled project (


York Region News


Bradford Lions and Town of BWG host friendly competition in support of Salvation Army (


YCDSB launching regional arts program at Sacred Heart High (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE NOW?: Park Avenue in Newmarket nearing completion (


Bradford West Gwillimbury seeks 'angels' to help shovel snow (


Aurora looks at 2.9 per cent tax hike in each of next 3 years (


Bradford overnight parking restrictions reduced (


GTA News


City takes fight over Toronto council cuts to Supreme Court (,,


Next steps for Toronto Transit (


Pilot project will aim to make construction-heavy Yonge-Eglinton safer, less congested (


Costs for Toronto garbage collection are set to go way up in 2020 (


Is Toronto drab? Council is pushing for a ‘more beautiful’ city (,


Brampton bylaw review could freeze any new seniors' homes (


They complained for years about their water -- and were told it was safe. Now Tottenham residents know it's been tainted all along (


Provincial News


Government responds to potential teachers' strike (


Nov. 15

Vaughan News


Raise the alarm on carbon monoxide (


York Region News


East Gwillimbury residents don't need to worry about water: Mayor (


Newmarket opens door to partnership opportunities with Ukrainian ICT companies (


GTA News


Mayor John Tory commits to fully funding new anti-poverty plan (


Jim Karygiannis says financial filing that got him kicked off council was ‘inadvertently’ changed (


Province says no timeline yet for GTA West highway (


As winter arrives, so does a new homeless shelter in Toronto's west end (


Toronto police team proposed to tackle dangerous driving, but advocate says more is needed (


Provincial News


Ontario public elementary teachers begin work-to-rule Nov. 26 (,


Nov. 14

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan offers numerous ways for residents to get involved (


Vaughan Public Libraries accepting ‘Food for Fines’ starting Nov. 25 (


MAP: Find the best spot at the Santa Claus parades in York Region (


Vaughan-based aerosol manufacturer fined $170K for environmental offences (,


York Region News

East Gwillimbury lays first brick for new $16.7M operations centre (


Aurora Mayor flushes concerns about local drinking water quality (


'Slap in the face’: Richmond Hill family's soaring water bill due to faulty meter (


York Regional Police encouraging residents to register security cameras (


GTA News


Addressing vulnerabilities (NRU)


Community solutions (NRU)


Brampton, Mississauga to get more CCTV cameras on Hwy. 410, but not to fight crime (


Refugee shelter to cost taxpayers nearly $1M per month (


Winter arrives early in Toronto but the city says it is ready (,


Provincial News


‘Video visits’ with doctors will save time for patients, province says (


Catholic teachers vote 97.1 per cent in favour of strike action (,


Nov. 13

Vaughan News


How to govern Ontario’s regions: Reviewing the tiers (The Agenda with Steve Paikin)


York Region News


‘You really can’t fight city hall’: Richmond Hill library board chair quits over service cuts (


'It's safe': Markham's water quality control on tap, city assures residents in wake of tainted water investigation (


No lead pipes in King Township: Mayor says tap water safe to drink (


Brush up on what you need to know for when snow flies in Markham (


York police collecting toys, clothing, gift cards for Holiday Heroes campaign (


Mount Albert library branch to be closed 10 days in December for renovations (


Turn naughty into nice: Pay parking tickets with toys in Georgina (


Georgina schools tested for high levels of lead in 2017. Now, water flushing clear (


GTA News


City of Burlington to hold 'climate action' meeting for residents (


Old City Hall cenotaph vandalized with graffiti overnight, hours after Remembrance Day service (,


Mississauga council to reconsider retail pot after mayor ‘startled’ by illegal cannabis outlets in city (


Toronto health board calls on Ontario to ban handgun ammunition sales within municipality (


City of Toronto launches anti-ageism campaign with fake ‘aging cream’ posters (


Provincial News


Ontario residents urged to get flu shot, as hospitals brace for the worst (


Nov. 12

Vaughan News


‘It’s safe’: Vaughan assures residents after story about lead in water explodes (


$1.6M raised in one night for Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital (


York Region News


Lead 'undetectable' in Richmond Hill’s drinking water (


Cars parked on streets may receive tickets as Richmond Hill snow removal takes place (


New Main Street Markham veterans' banners 'tangible reminder to remember' (


Proclamation of Hispanic Heritage Month in Richmond Hill celebrated (


Stouffville's drinking water in 'great shape': Mayor (


GTA News


Toronto Remembrance Day ceremonies honour those who served regardless of ‘race, religion or politics’ (


Federal News


Scheer makes call for Trudeau to reconvene Parliament on Nov. 25 (


Nov. 11

Vaughan News


Vaughan author began writing book at age 10 (


York Region News


Richmond Hill seeks new integrity commissioner after axing current one (


Newmarket's drinking water of the 'highest quality': Mayor (


Relaunch of Sport Aurora program puts youth in the game (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Lighthouse replica brings light to Lake Simcoe (


Newmarket mayor promises every question answered at town hall (


Richmond Hill councillor on Remembrance Day banner slammed for not being a war veteran (


Provincial News


Ontario’s two largest teachers’ unions will be in legal strike position later this month (,,


Ontario seeks contractor to help find ways to cut developmental services costs (


Ontario invests $834K in career transition for soldiers leaving the Armed Forces (


Ontario government ‘pauses’ on homelessness count due to gaps, lack of access to data (