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Nov. 1

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan leads first-of-its-kind partnership with Mackenzie Health, York University and ventureLAB (Snapd Vaughan)


City of Vaughan Culture Days Launch Event (Snapd Vaughan)


13th Annual Savour York Region Thanksgiving Food Drive (Snapd Vaughan)


Gianluca's Gift Gala (Snapd Vaughan)


Diwali Celebrations at Vellore Village Community Centre (Snapd Vaughan)


Seniors Association of Vaughan Initiative (S.A.V.I.) Culture Fest (Snapd Vaughan)


Islington Avenue Streetscape Tree Planting (Snapd Vaughan)


Vaughan celebrates official opening of the Woodgate Pines Park (Snapd Vaughan)


172nd Annual Woodbridge Fall Fair (Snapd Vaughan)


Safehaven Illumination (Snapd Vaughan)


Hospice Vaughan Butterfly Gala (Snapd Vaughan)


Official Opening of East's Corners Park in Vaughan (Snapd Vaughan)


Grand Opening: Vaughan Integrated Health Community (Snapd Vaughan)


Sponsor Appreciation Event (Snapd Vaughan)


Canadian Club Championships (Snapd Vaughan)


Vaughan Fan Con (Snapd Vaughan)


Latin Culture Day (Snapd Vaughan)


Vaughan Walk for Lyme 2019 (Snapd Vaughan)


Vaughan's Coolest Canine (Snapd Vaughan)


Thanks for Giving - Pet Adoption and Litter Drive (Snapd Vaughan)


Cervaro Cultural Society Dinner Dance 2019 (Snapd Vaughan)


snapd Around Vaughan - Our Community (Snapd Vaughan)


The International Day of Older Persons (Snapd Vaughan)


York Region News


York Region elementary teachers vote 99% in favour of approving strike (,


5 things to know about Georgina's 2020 draft budget (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Development of The Briggs Parkette in Richmond Hill (


GTA News


$3.5 billion needed to repair Toronto’s crumbling schools (,


Toronto councillors pass motion condemning Quebec’s secularism bill (,


Toronto committee tasked with rethinking city’s governance may wind down. Advocates say it just started (


Provincial News


Province cuts back grants to parent groups (


Ontario Announces Major Program Investment in the Skilled Trades (


Oct. 31

Vaughan News


MoU signing for the Vaughan Healthcare Centre Precinct; Interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (OMNI News)


This winter, Vaughan is helping low-income seniors with snow removal services (


Use data to drive decision-making (Fire Fighting in Canada)


Vaughan’s design review panel agenda (NRU)


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Glen Shields Park in Thornhill to be redeveloped (


York Region News


Markham officials under fire over Chinese flag raising (


GTA News


Repurposing lands (NRU)


Collaborating on Hamilton’s urban renewal (NRU)


Density dispute (NRU)


Entertainment precinct (NRU)


After trans rights protest at controversial event, Toronto votes to review community space policies (,


Toronto to proceed with planned pilot project after attempt to add snow-clearing debate to council agenda fails (


Provincial News


Provincial government encourages families to get the flu shot (


Federal News


Bank of Canada holds rates steady but sounds note of caution as global worries mount (,


Oct. 30

Vaughan News


'There hasn't been as great an impact as we were concerned about': Ontario communities that opted out of pot now want in (


In a new move, Vaughan owner needs to secure vents after cat stuck for 2 days (


York Region News


Gender discrimination complaint sparks Newmarket Public Library policy review (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Markham school opening delayed (


Dropping Whitchurch? Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville considers name change (


GTA News


Toronto city council votes in favour of Ontario government's $28.5B subway plan (,,,,


Ontario Place added to international list of ‘at-risk cultural heritage sites’ (


Despite last winter’s plowing problems, Toronto council brushes off snow-clearing debate (


Provincial News


Autism panel recommends rewrite of Ontario’s controversial program (


Ontario to introduce new animal welfare legislation (


Federal News


Trudeau hires Anne McLellan as western adviser (


Oct. 29

Vaughan News


WHAT’S GOING ON HERE NOW? Vaughan opens 3 new roads near Spadina Subway (


Planning Block 41: Challenging infrastructure (NRU)


York Region News


Christmas cheer might go dark in Georgina this year (


GTA News


Giving new life to old lands (NRU)


Integrating communities (NRU)


Toronto inks new partnership to build hundreds of affordable and rental homes in Queen East (


Toronto considering vegetable gardens on new buildings to combat food insecurity (


Provincial News


Ford returns to Queen's Park with call for national unity (,,


Oct. 28

Vaughan News


Ontario government decides against changing Province’s municipal map, interview with Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua (CP24)


East's Corners Park adds to the City's growing list of outdoor play spaces (


So far more than 30,000 trees have been planted in Vaughan (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Vaughan's Huntington Road permanently closed (


York Region News


'We’re good! No amalgamation' Stouffville mayor cheers Ford abandoning regional reform (


$390M budgets for York police get first approval (


Grassroots coalition formed in York Region aims to ‘preserve’ public education (


Whitchurch-Stouffville launches new community engagement tool 'Come Together' (


What went wrong with Richmond Hill councillors’ expense reports? (


MPP Paul Calandra vows to fight to save oldest tree in Stouffville (


Ontario-wide Small Business Week launches in King City (


Stouffville Memorial Park redesign public meeting set for Nov. 4 (


Over 12,000 York Region school board staff receive anti-Black racism training (


GTA News


'Better late than never': City pledges $15M for project to make Bathurst Quay 'magnificent' (,


City of Toronto program helps homeowners create pollinator gardens (,,


Provincial News


Ontario has created more than 19,000 child care spaces in 2018-2019 (


Doug Ford is back at Queen's Park today: Here's what to expect from his government (,,


Ford government kicks in $5 million for Toronto housing project for vulnerable women (


Ontario looks to ease regulatory burden on soup kitchens in new legislation to cut red tape (


Ontario changing pharmacist payments to save government $436-million (