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Nov. 22

Vaughan News


The Mayor Who Watched the Rebbe’s Farbrengens on TV (


York community housing, homelessness program get funding boost (


King-Vaughan MP Deb Schulte named minister of seniors (


Raise the alarm on carbon monoxide (Vaughan Citizen, Thornhill Liberal)


York Region News


Resident says Richmond Hill councillor’s survey is nothing but an ‘oversized ego flyer’ (


Santa Claus Stopping in Markham! (


GTA News


Councillors shock at Karygiannis’ removal from office due to campaign spending violations reflects how well candidates have avoided accountability (


Traffic agents to be on Toronto streets by year's end? (


Councillor calls for review on city vaping ads (


Provincial News


High school teachers will work to rule starting Tuesday (,


Doug Ford's measure allowing Ontario students to opt out of fees for 'non-essential services' struck down (,,


Ontario backs down on online high school courses, cuts requirement from 4 to 2 (,,


Ontario to scrap pot shop lottery system, will open more stores in new year (,


Ontario Investing in Indigenous Economic Development Across the Province (


Ontario investing in Francophone Communities (


Premier Ford to Lead Council on Provincial-Federal Relations (,


Ontario Building Smarter Government Through Transfer Payment Consolidation (


Nov. 21

Vaughan News


Rogers Hometown Hockey flag-raising ceremony and community event in Vaughan (OMNI Cantonese)


Rogers Hometown Hockey kick-off event at Vaughan City Hall (OMNI Mandarin)


The man behind the red nose; interview with DooDoo the Clown (Global Morning)


Tim Hortons’ Smile Cookies bring $85,364 to Hospice Vaughan (


Vaughan residents irked by ‘sneaky’ subway tickets dubbed ‘money grab’ (


York Region News


'It's like opening the floodgates': Proposed 141-unit Ballantrae development under fire (


Budget, housing on tap at Newmarket's first Town Hall Tonight meeting (


You Asked: Why is trip planning on York Region Transit so difficult? (


Gun violence factor in higher overall crime ranking: York police (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Building route from Bloomington Road to Highway 7 (


Newmarket seniors centre receives $47K from province (


GTA News


Four big-ticket items Mississauga wants from the Ford and Trudeau governments (


Got a small or medium garbage bin? You could be paying more in 2020 city fees (


Port Perry Community Improvement Plan (NRU)


Whitby GO Station; Transit-oriented visions (NRU)


Provincial News


Aggregate Resource Act; recipe for disaster (NRU)


Federal News


A closer look at the new faces in Trudeau's cabinet -- and what they bring to the table (,,,,,


Nov. 20

Vaughan News


Mayor in the Morning featuring Mayor Bevilacqua (105.9 The Region)


Tips on how to properly use a fire extinguisher (City News Toronto,


York Region News


Oh, the weather outside is truly frightful, veteran broadcaster says (


Georgina residents can’t binge watch Netflix when there’s no internet (


Parking ticket fines expected to more than double in East Gwillimbury (


What's coming up at council: Budget 2020, Glenway development (


GTA News


Here are the rules for short-term rentals in Toronto (,,,


Mississauga council pledges $2.2 million for Avro Arrow replica (


City to install new Crescent Town pedestrian bridge early next year (


Provincial News


Ford government’s cancellation of renewable energy projects to cost at least $231M (,


Federal News


What to watch for as Trudeau unveils his new cabinet today (,,


Nov. 19

Vaughan News


CP24 Toy Drive launch event; Live interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (CP24)


CHUM FM CP24 Toy Drive launch (104.5 FM)


SmartCentres and Mitchell Goldhar Announce Opening of the PwC Offices in the PwC-YMCA Tower at Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (


Region's chambers join forces to advocate with one voice (


York Region News


Area transit agencies recruiting female special constables (


Real estate board urges Richmond Hill to fix restrictive open house sign bylaw (


GTA News


Toronto to enforce new Airbnb regulations after tribunal rules in favour of stricter bylaws (,,


Mississauga Is the Fourth Priciest City In Canada For A One-Bedroom (


City looks at spending $400G on chamber reno study (


Provincial News


Updated: Secondary school teachers union gives ‘powerful mandate’ for a strike if necessary (,


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 (