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Sept. 20

Vaughan News


Doo Doo the Clown receives Civic Hero Award from the City of Vaughan (Global Morning)


Vaughan 'prepared to work closely with' province, Metrolinx to fix decaying fence along Hwy. 7 (


York Region News


Man tests positive for West Nile virus in York Region (,,,,


4 unresolved issues in Georgina from summer (


Police identify Reeves Way-Ninth Line, Kennedy-Stouffville Road as problem intersections (


Richmond Hill resident questions ‘shameless self-promotion’ of regional councillor’s first City Fest (Sept. 20, 2019)


GTA News


This is your last chance to weigh in on licenses for vaping shops (


Provincial News


Ford government’s cut to the size of Toronto city council can stand, appeal court rules (,,,


Sept. 19

Vaughan News


56 Tim Hortons stores pour some love into Hospice Vaughan (


York Region News


'We aren’t just a bunch of stupid rednecks': East Gwillimbury residents vent on zoning bylaw (


Markham traffic chaos fuels student safety action plan (


Newmarket-Aurora Conservative candidate's election signs must come down: York Region (


GTA News


Why is the City of Toronto downsizing its office space? Millennials have something to do with it (,,


Is climate change an emergency? The Town of Ajax says yes (


Provincial News


Ontario government has no plans to replace carbon tax decals even though they peel off (

Sept. 18

Vaughan News


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


Critics slam Tories for ‘ribbon-cutting’ at private Vaughan university (


York Region News


Aurora to battle single-use plastics, 1 straw at a time (


You asked: What is the Town of Georgina doing to combat climate change? (


Markham breaks out ballroom glitz for DanceSport Grand Prix world championships (


How to pay property taxes with cryptocurrency (


GTA News


Burlington wants to ticket drivers who give money to panhandlers (


Brampton mayor’s tweet about gang activity ‘not very constructive,’ Mayor John Tory says (,


Staff call for new strategy that would apply gender equity lens to city planning decisions (


Provincial News


First Nations and province announce education deal to improve school access for Indigenous students (


Provincial politicians spar over manners, rural broadband at International Plowing Match in northern Ontario (


Federal News


Trudeau government ran $14B deficit in 2018-19, exceeding $10B for third year in a row (

Sept. 17

Vaughan News


Niagara University cuts ribbon on site at Vaughan, Ontario (


Mayor Bevilacqua Marks Important Milestone for Vaughan’s First University (


Critics slam Premier Doug Ford for ‘ribbon-cutting’ at private Vaughan university (


Major Mackenzie closing 2 nights for barrier installation (,,


York Region News


Richmond Hill Public Library CEO to retire on Nov. 30 (


Government policy needed to move away from plastics: Newmarket grocer (


GTA News


Toronto Public Health seeks ban on non-medical vaccine exemptions (


Homeowner who has children with nut allergies loses fight to remove walnut tree from backyard (


Provincial News


Education workers' union votes 93 per cent in favour of strike, could walk off in September (,,,,,,


Federal News


People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier invited to official leaders’ debates (,


Sept. 16

Vaughan News


Mayor Bevilacqua welcomes Consul General of Israel, Galit Baram to Vaughan City Hall (


Vaughan Public Libraries’ Socktober appeal to support the homeless and at-risk teens (


Ikea’s 4th distribution centre in Canada lands in Kleinburg (


Mississauga to name street after Bianca (


York Region News


Heritage home in Queensville bites the dust due to safety concerns (


East Gwillimbury GO Station adds additional parking (,


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Roadwork in Georgina (


Newmarket streets, Hwy. 404 top York Region's worst road list (


Newmarket comes out to support Terry Fox Run (


GTA News


Toronto Animal Services sees dramatic drop in euthanizations, halves number of animals entering shelters (


‘No reason to keep that report secret’: Brampton disappointed in province's governance review confidentiality (


No objective standard: Toronto anti-noise blitz yields few results (,,,


Toronto-based hospital network commits land to building affordable housing (


Provincial News


Ontario deficit sits at $7.4-billion, half of what Premier Doug Ford originally claimed (,,


The Ontario government lost $42M selling cannabis in the last year (,,


Fired deputy OPP commissioner launches $15 million wrongful dismissal suit against Premier Doug Ford (,,,