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Oct. 25

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan teams up with ventureLAB to provide consultation services to local businesses (,


Vaughan, Markham’s ventureLab partner to help entrepreneurs (


York Region News


Region deferring development charges for rental housing, office buildings (


Newmarket construction crew becomes protector of nature's cute creatures (


Newmarket named one of world’s Smart21 Communities (


GTA News


Toronto plan sets goal to be autonomous vehicle-ready by 2022 (


Left-wing councillors on different sides of debate over controversial Toronto Public Library event (


Toronto needs to beef up cybersecurity to avoid 'devastating' data breach: auditor general (


Provincial News


Ontario forging ahead with $30M challenge of federal carbon pricing (,,


Ontario will champion a united Canada: Premier Doug Ford (


Rent-to-own coming for social housing? (


Making It Easier for Businesses and Communities to be More Accessible (


Ontario Investing in Northern and Rural Municipalities (


Ford government will not redraw Ontario regional government, Clark says (


Oct. 24

Vaughan News


Italian Canadians taking office; Interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (CHIN TV)


Eventi della Comunita -- Small Business Week in Vaughan; interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (CHIN TV)


Vaughan and ventureLAB partner to expand services for entrepreneurs (


Tarion to add condo cancellation warnings to purchase agreements (


Vaughan AI company Daisy Intelligence moves to Toronto to scoop young tech talents (


York Region News


'It's just unbearable': Markham residents blow the whistle on noisy GO train horns (


And another thing, York Region wants to know what you think (


Automated speed enforcement coming to school zone near you (


Halloween safety tips from East Gwillimbury Emergency and Community Safety Services (


GTA News


Mayor acknowledges Ontario transit plans could affect SmartTrack stations (,,


Provincial News


Ontario government moving more services online, changing procurement process (,,


Ontario creating 'day of action on litter' amid criticism on climate change inaction (


Ontario Launches Building Smarter Government Initiative (


Oct. 23

Vaughan News


Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua’s Annual Charity Golf Classic sells out (


Make it Fire Prevention Week every week (


York Region News


Inadequate funding hampering battle against invasive species: Region (


Ministers Sarkaria and Lecce Launch Small Business Week in King City (


Richmond Hill councillor docked 180 days pay for not inviting councillors to residents' meeting (


Stouffville eyes building $3.8-million Huron-Wendat interpretative centre (


Restricted work authorized for Newmarket Clock Tower development buildings on Main Street (


Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville aims to save historic American elm tree (


GTA News


How your food scraps are going to fuel Toronto's garbage trucks (


Provincial News


Metrolinx, Infrastructure Ontario Name Successful Bidder for Hurontario LRT (


Oct. 22

Vaughan News


VOTE 2019: Liberal Francesco Sorbara victorious in Vaughan-Woodbridge (,


VOTE 2019: Liberal incumbent Deb Schulte holds on to King-Vaughan in tight race (,


VOTE 2019: Peter Kent makes it four straight with victory in Thornhill (,


Region's homelessness plan focuses on affordable rental housing (


York Region News


Stop work order remains on 2 Main Street heritage buildings (


GTA News


A light show similar to the one Toronto Zoo is planning was a financial flop in Kingston (


Provincial News


Should nurses be allowed to prescribe certain drugs? Ontario wants to know (,,,


Premier Doug Ford changes responsibilities of three cabinet ministers (,


Federal News


Federal election 2019: Liberals win strong minority but lose popular vote to Conservatives (,,,


Oct. 21

Vaughan News


More than $50K raised after fire destroys Rabbi’s Thornhill home on Yom Kippur (


Vote 2019: What you need to know about voting in Thornhill riding (


Vote 2019: What you need to know about the Vaughan-Woodbridge riding (


York Region News


Region readying for emerging technologies like self-driving car (,


Two paramedic stations open to meet Newmarket's growing demand (


Keeping seniors active, engaged key for province, region (


GTA News


Transit 'politicized' in Toronto but new plan will improve TTC, minister says (


Toronto’s auditor says the city doesn’t know if people getting rent subsidies are actually eligible (


Toronto spending between $37-$89K per vehicle more than other cities on new street sweepers (


Toronto sending urban forestry crews, trucks to Winnipeg to help with storm cleanup (,


Provincial News


Ontario’s deficit jumped to $7.4B last year, fiscal watchdog says (


Ford government cuts funding to school councils (