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Sept. 27

Vaughan News


Ontario Government Supporting Municipalities and School Boards to Protect Front Line Services (


Ahmadiyya Muslims raise half of their $2M pledge for new Vaughan hospital (


York Region events: 5 things to do this weekend (Sept. 28 and 29) (


York Region News


Metrolinx textile recycling pilot a GO at Markham's 4 commuter stations (


New charges taxing for Georgina Island cottagers (


Region launches action plan to tackle growing opioid crisis (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE: Yonge, Highway 7 application adds animal hospital, veterinarian (


GTA News


Toronto will move staff to Etobicoke and Scarborough civic centres (


City of Toronto aiming to be carbon neutral by 2050 or earlier (


Scarborough North councillor takes three roads out of Vision Zero plan (


Toronto expands program making TTC more affordable for low-income families (,


Provincial News


Ontario Science Centre celebrates 50th birthday with free admission (


Federal News


Canada positioned itself as a world leader on climate change -- is it? (


Sept. 26

Vaughan News


1176 Rutherford; driving development (NRU)


Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)


Despite talk of diversity, top ranks of Baltimore County Fire Department are overwhelmingly white (


York Region News


Established neighbourhoods compatibility; preserving character (NRU)


Future Market and Affordable Rental Apartments in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville (


'Worthy of celebration': Newmarket power grid getting a boost (


York University launches classes in Markham via IBM partnership (


GTA News


Zone Clarington; mapping quarrels (NRU)


Active Transportation Master Plan; mobilizing Brampton (NRU)


Noticing more roadkill around Toronto? You're not the only one (


After pedestrian deaths, Scarborough councillors call for better enforcement, more crosswalks (


Affordable housing project up in the air after provincial cuts (


Provincial News


CUPE education support workers serve work-to-rule notice to Ontario government, school boards (,


Federal News


The Canadian City Parks Report (


Sept. 25

Vaughan News


New Viva rapidway segment opens early on Hwy. 7 in Richmond Hill, Vaughan (


York Region News


State-of-the-art LiUNA training centre to open in Richmond Hill with ‘increased, enhanced’ construction programs (


East Gwillimbury Farmers' Market looking to change location (


York school board confirms Terrell-Tracey’s breach of trustee conduct (


Newmarket's building ban on 'monster homes' extended (


GTA News


Brampton Just Got the First Lit Cricket Field in the GTA (


'Loss of local identity': Oakville Mayor Rob Burton says amalgamation would result in higher taxes (


Ontario post-secondary schools to study how students get around (,,


Metrolinx planning major overhaul of UP Express that could include station renovations, new trains (


Mayor Tory's affordable housing plan moves forward with four projects across Toronto (


How climate change gave added urgency to a $1.25B project to prevent flooding in Toronto (


Cities need to encourage cycling with 10 easy steps, report finds (


Provincial News


Highway speed limits jump to 110 km/h in pilot project (,


Sept. 24

Vaughan News


'Doo Doo The Clown' honoured as a civic hero (Global -- The Morning Show)


10 GTA ridings to watch in the federal election (,


York Region News


2 Richmond Hill councillors found in breach of ethics code; 1 docked pay (


GTA News


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


Reimagining Bus Networks; Transit equity (NRU)


Red Tape, Red Carpet Task Force; Accelerating economic growth (NRU)


Green Building Standard; leading by example (NRU)


Lack of gun data ‘a big problem,’ Toronto Mayor John Tory says (


City plans to build affordable housing with park space on Birchcliff Quarry Lands (


Provincial News


Ontario Chamber of Commerce Report; reviving regional economies (NRU)


Is Ford government reconsidering welfare cuts? Provincial directive fuels speculation (


Sept. 23

Vaughan News


Question and answer with the Mayor of Vaughan (The Globe and Mail - Perspective)


The City of Vaughan has 184 corporate and regional headquarters (The Globe and Mail - Perspective)


Strong labour market builds business in Vaughan (The Globe and Mail - Perspective)


Welcome to the Vaughan Healthcare Centre Precinct (The Globe and Mail - Perspective)


How Vaughan is growing its tourism sector (The Globe and Mail - Perspective)


Vaughan is building a new downtown from the ground up (The Globe and Mail - Perspective)


Mayor Bevilacqua welcomes U.S. Consul General Greg Stanford (


York Region News


Georgina, East Gwillimbury residents can click-and-ride with new YRT service (


GTA News


If you find an injured animal in the middle of the night, the city can no longer help you (


Toronto Mayor John Tory calls for national source of gun data (


Toronto to join 800 other governments in declaring climate emergency (,


Provincial News


Ontario considering bill to protect farmers from animal rights activists (,