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Oct. 18

Vaughan News


Bringing Vaughan’s new YMCA to life (Vaughan Citizen)


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


WHAT’S GOING ON HERE: Bridge on Keele Street in Vaughan to be rehabilitated (


WHAT’S GOING ON HERE: Construction at Teston Road and Mosque Gate intersection in Vaughan (


Canada’s Wonderland is officially launching a new winter festival (


#YorkRoadRage: Leslie Street and Hwy. 7 have commuters fed up (


York Region News


Backyard Tree Planting Program Expanded (


Sharon Temple receives National Trust award (


GTA News


Sidewalk snow-clearing pilot stays small on old Toronto streets (


Toronto pushes for greener property development (


Provincial News


Ontario government providing funding for mental health programs (


Ontario to upgrade public safety radio network at cost of $765M (,


Oct. 17

Vaughan News


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Promenade pursues redevelopment (


York Region News


Ontario Expanding Home and Community Care in York Region (,


Newmarket juried art show spotlights 12 local artists, others from across Ontario (


‘What we do and how we do it matters’: Richmond Hill mayor addresses accountability, innovation, and community (


GTA News


City, Ford government strike deal on Ontario line, province agrees to drop TTC upload (,,,,


Provincial News


Ontario Celebrates the Outstanding Contributions of Volunteers (


Federal News


Barack Obama tweets endorsement of Justin Trudeau (,,


Cannabis Act amendments, making edibles legal, come into effect today (


Oct. 16

Vaughan News


EMC Looks to the Future of Manufacturing (


York Region News


Buy recycling bins on sale, reduce single-use plastics for Waste Reduction Week (


Markham-Stouffville federal candidates share platform priorities (


What you need to know about voting in Newmarket-Aurora riding (


GTA News


Report related to Region of Peel’s future finished, but municipal minister mum on details (


Port Credit Village Marina tackles Lake Ontario trash with water-sucking Seabin (


Airbnb hearings are over but no date set for Toronto decision (


Provincial News


Doug Ford's changing the look of your hydro bill -- but no, you won't be saving more money (


High school teachers' union prepares to hold strike vote (,,


Oct. 15

Vaughan News


Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua welcome Consul General of Israel, Galit Baram, to Vaughan (


Campaign 2019; Interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (CP24)


Thornhill rabbi’s family loses everything in Yom Kippur fire (


You can make the most of fall with excursions close to home (


Violence aftershock following shootings at Airbnb rental (


Vaughan-Woodbridge ‘not impressed’ by debate, feel the need to research more (


York Region News


Habitat for Humanity build in Georgina 'smallest and most expensive' (


Vote 2019: What you need to know about the Markham-Unionville riding (


UPDATE: Newmarket Mayor ‘infuriated’ over demolished Main Street building beside clock tower (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Millard Avenue Newmarket getting new water mains, sewers (


GTA News


Days are numbered for trees in Toronto’s Regent Park (


Scarborough councillor wants to send bill for emergency services to people who get stuck on Bluffs (


Provincial News


Ontario government earmarks $40M for more mental health workers in high schools (,


Doug Ford government broke the law when it scrapped cap-and-trade, court rules (


Federal News


Key moments from the final leaders' debate of the election campaign (