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Nov. 29

Vaughan News


Driverless Tesla car in plaza parking lot spooks Thornhill driver (


York Region events: 5 things to do this weekend (Nov. 29 to Dec. 1) (


York Region News


'Game-changer' in orthopedic care at Markham Stouffville Hospital aims to slash wait times (


Borrowing just got easier at the Newmarket Public Library (


March for climate justice strikes close to home in Newmarket (


GTA News


Toronto council opens door to switching to ranked ballots for 2022 election (


‘You can’t mess with our greenbelt’: Halton tells Doug Ford government to scrap GTA West highway plans (


No bargains to be had as 239 people bid on homes auctioned off by city (


Provincial News


Ontario public high school teachers union announces tentative 1-day walkout (,,,


Ontario Liberals get first look at leadership candidates in showcase event (


Doug Ford looks for unity, admits some ‘disagreements,' at coming premiers meeting (


Ontario Releases Report from Special Advisor on Flooding (


Federal News


Trudeau to attend NATO leaders meeting in U.K., marking 70th anniversary of alliance (


Nov. 28

Vaughan News


Richmond Hill second municipality covered by Vaughan animal services (


Vaughan favours building new GTA highway in northern part of city (


Government must balance senior needs with burden on taxpayers: Schulte (


Vaughan design review panel agenda (NRU)


New Airbnb Rules Shakes Up Toronto’s Investment Market (


GTA News


A bridge too far? (NRU)


Regulating excess soils (NRU)


Status quo recommended (NRU)


Toronto council rejects Jim Karygiannis’s bid to help developer and campaign contributor (


Burlington mayor angry after being kept in the dark about sewage spill (


Toronto council votes to beef up RentSafeTO (


Toronto unveils plans to revamp long term care homes (


Provincial News


Ontario education minister announces new measures to fight bullying in schools (,


Lecce taps former deputy minister, human rights lawyer to probe racism allegations at Peel school board (


Nov. 27

York Region News


Markham winter road operations delivers (


Richmond Hill keeps daytime council meetings despite democratic concerns (


Stouffville students help save 200-year-old Dutch Elm tree at future GO station (


GTA News


Cabbagetown Youth Centre faces ‘imminent closure’ without more funding (


Mississauga residents, council angry at Ontario government’s plan to demolish QEW heritage bridge (


Mandatory inspections and registration under consideration for Mississauga rental apartments (


Slip and fall accidents leave snow plow operators out in the cold (


Smaller Canadian cities taking a bite out of Toronto's tech sector: report (


Provincial News


Full-day kindergarten is here to stay, education minister says (


Federal News


Carbon tax must hit $210 per tonne by 2030 to meet Paris targets, report concludes (,,


Nov. 26

York Region News


Multimillion-dollar windrow program clears 'minimal number’ of Richmond Hill driveways during first snowfall (


Does Bradford West Gwillimbury need a name change? Some say yes, others say no (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Transformation of Richmond Hill's Leslie Street north of Elgin Mills (


Average Newmarket taxpayer faces $124 hike in 2020 (


GTA News


Jim Karygiannis reinstated as councillor for Scarborough-Agincourt (,,


A massive surge in tourism is changing the Toronto economy (


Angry Midtown residents demand action from city in making streets safer (


Toronto moves closer to making parking lot owners pay for stormwater management (,


Two Toronto councillors demand free housing now (


Provincial News


Education Minister Stephen Lecce ‘condemns’ motion by Toronto Catholic trustee to add pedophilia, bestiality to debate on inclusivity (


Ontario elementary, high school teachers to start work-to-rule campaigns Tuesday (


Ontario passes Opposition motion asking Quebec to scrap religious symbols ban for public-sector workers (


Federal News


Social conservative groups call for Andrew Scheer to resign (


Nov. 25

Vaughan News


10th Annual City of Vaughan Toy Drive launch event (Cp24)


All joking aside, Trudeau isn't doing much to convince the business community he's serious (


York Region News


What's Going on Here? Richmond Hill's Flood Farmstead Park to feature multi-sport court, playground (


WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?: Ninth Line intersection improvements in Markham (


Artist Ted Fullerton pays homage to teacher with donation to Newmarket (


Newmarket library cancelling overdue fines for children's items (


Newmarket mayor tackles your top issues at first town hall (


GTA News


‘We have to work together’: Councillor defends giving seniors flourescent arm bands at pedestrian-safety event (


Metrolinx paying Instagram influencers to promote Ontario Line, prompting concern ads are 'premature' (


Should public transit be free to ride? (


TTC phasing out tokens and tickets (


City of Toronto bans cars and trucks on portion of Fleet Street (,


Provincial News


Teachers’ work-to-rule campaign will have ‘zero impact’ on students, union says (