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Oct. 11

Vaughan News


‘The art of the possible’: 1st step to make Vaughan Health-Care Centre Precinct is taken (


Vaughan wants to collaborate to export technology (Vaughan Citizen)


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


York Region News


King Township holds Fall Harvest Lunch in support of United Way (


What's Going on Here: Nokiidaa Trail closed at Rogers Reservoir for 6 weeks (


Newmarket's historic Simpson building demolished overnight (


GTA News


Investigation finds ‘flawed’ HR practices at Toronto Community Housing (


Provincial News


Province invests nearly $40M in student mental health (,,


Finance Minister Rod Phillips says Ontario fiscal update coming Nov. 6 (,,


Oct. 10

Vaughan News


Bringing Vaughan’s new YMCA to life (


Collaborative care (NRU)


Make it Fire Prevention Week every week (


Committee agendas (NRU)


York Region News


Six priorities set by Newmarket council include development, climate change (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: The Queensway North in Georgina undergoing reconstruction (


Traffic signals at Newmarket's Yonge-Davis intersection will be disrupted Oct. 10 (,


Protecting employment (NRU)


GTA News


City of Toronto seeking $700,000 in unpaid bills from condo developers (


Toronto’s construction industry is booming -- creating a lot of potentially hazardous dust (


Hamilton design review panel agenda (NRU)


Provincial News


Tories to expand and renovate Scarborough’s Birchmount hospital emergency department (


Christine Elliott hires special adviser to work with communities on Ontario public health merge (


Continuing education (NRU)


Oct. 9

York Region News


Newmarket residents weigh in on Southlake hospital expansion (


GTA News


Unique partnership teaches life skills to Toronto's Pelham Park youth (


Toronto committee moves to enforce vaping licenses amid health concerns (


Provincial News


Ontario declares provincial food terminal protected employment zone (,,


Ford government eyes dropping takeover of TTC in exchange for Ontario Line support: Sources (,,,


Ontario wants to pool public sector benefits, potentially saving millions (


Hundreds of child-care spaces at risk due to provincial cuts, report says (,


Oct. 8

Vaughan News


Interview with Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua discussing day camps for potential strike (CBC News)


Live interview with Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua discussing day camps for potential strike (CBC Here and Now)


Events company sues Vaughan for $25M after cancelling Caribbean festival (


York Region News


3 road closures coming in Whitchurch-Stouffville for CN Rail work (


'We've heard complaints:' Newmarket mayor speaks on alleged Airbnb murder house (,


GTA News


Toronto Public Health campaign lets kids have their say about vaccines (,


Gardiner Expressway to close for repairs Thanksgiving weekend (


Provincial News


Strike-averting deal with Ontario education workers includes $20M to bring back laid off support staff (


Federal News


Federal government invests $7.6M to help newcomers improve language skills (


Oct. 7

Vaughan News


Ontario’s Education Minister ‘fully committed’ to reaching deal with CUPE workers as strike looms (


Interview with Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua on the MoU signing (105.9 The Region)


Interview with Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua discussing the MoU signing (Newstalk 1010)


Interview with Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua discussing the MoU signing (CHIN)


The City of Vaughan is offering day camps during potential strike (CP24)


Pop-up ‘strike camps’ available in Ontario as alternative childcare if CUPE strikes Monday (


City of Vaughan officials hit with $25.5M lawsuit for cancelling Caribbean festival (


COMMENTARY: White supremacy’s insidious presence in our elections (


Ontario celebrations of Communist China's founding cancelled after outcry from Hong Kong protest supporters (


York Region News


King students, residents plant trees on National Tree Day to promote a greener city (


Richmond Hill councillors rack up over $61K in expenses in first half of 2019 (


Whatcha clucking about? Georgina hosts backyard chicken meeting (


Political foes cry foul over Liberal candidate, former Newmarket mayor's severance (


GTA News


Rabbits, plovers, bees and a bear? Toronto adopts strategy to preserve its biodiversity (


Non-profit group takes road safety into its hands with North York experiment (


Provincial News


Ontario government reaches deal with education workers, avoid strike (,,,,,,


Ford government rethinking Ontario’s ban on pit bulls (