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Feb. 14

Vaughan News


Vaughan’s downtown gets first purpose-built rental apartment building (


The next generation of 911 is a game-changer for public safety (


Gara di solidarieta’ per l’ospedale di Vaughan (Lo Specchio)


York Region News


Richmond Hill city manager Neil Garbe leaves office effective immediately (


Markham opens warming centres in response to extreme cold warning (


'Nobody is told to go away': shelter will be found during extreme weather alert (


GTA News


Here’s how Toronto plans to spend billions of your dollars this year (


City aims to ban hookah and shisha smoking on all Toronto patios (


Provincial News


Ontario NDP wants to question lawyer linked to pro-government ads (,



Feb. 13

Vaughan News


Family Day Weekend Fun in York Region (


York Region News


Cutting red tape on major transit projects 'long overdue:' Markham mayor (


'Majestic': Newmarket residents share visions for future of Mulock Farm (


Ban on foreign flags in Markham fails to fly after heated public meeting (,


GTA News


Bridging the gaps (NRU)


Improving property standards (NRU)


Airbnb releases neighbourhood hotline, encourages hosts to install noise monitors (


Toronto police tickets fell to new low in 2019, continuing a decline that has the city out tens of millions in revenue (


Airport-style screening soon to be implemented at Toronto city hall (,


Toronto will fund good ideas on waste reduction - up to $25K (


Provincial News


All Ontario schools to close Feb. 21 in first joint, provincewide strike (


Federal News


Investing in resiliency (NRU)


Federal cabinet ministers get special hotline to report suspected hacking incidents (


Feb. 12

York Region News


Say thanks to a local farmer today (


Markham 'stays strong' with Wuhan, Ukraine Flight 752 victims' families (


No legal action against Oak Ridges councillor for apparent finance contraventions (


Markham steps up to plate to combat business slump due to coronavirus fears (


Photo radar set to come to East Gwillimbury later this year (


Provincial fund pays for King Township infrastructure projects (


Markham councillors vote against motion to prohibit raising of foreign flags on city property (


Newmarket aims to kick it up from smart to intelligent (


GTA News


The New Mississauga Embraces its Big City Urbanization (


Bylaw enforcement office was ‘inundated’ with complaints from Coun. Jim Karygiannis, former head says (


As city aims to expand Housing Now program, advocates call for more 'aggressive' affordability (


Feb. 11

Vaughan News


Ontario Cutting Red Tape to Create Jobs and Bring More Housing to York Region (


Lunar New Year at the City of Vaughan (Fairchild TV)


Announcing Media Partnership with The City of Vaughan (


Vaughan MPP Steven Del Duca romps to lead in Ontario Liberal delegate tally (


Ice, Ice, Baby: Where to find outdoor skating rinks in York Region (


Green Municipal Fund boosts York Region sustainability project (


York Region News


York public school board launches education podcast (


Risk of catching coronavirus in York Region remains low, medical officer of health confirms (,


'They're afraid': Elderly Aurora residents worried about crossing road to seniors' centre (


Residents decry Richmond Hill’s move to drop ads in The Liberal newspaper (


Markham set to stop flying foreign flags after flap over Chinese flag raising (


GTA News


City's outside workers could be on strike or locked out as of Feb. 27 (


2021 Year of Public Art Primes Plan for Citywide Improvement (


Provincial News


Ontario Launches Consultations on Expanding Cannabis Business Opportunities (


Feb. 10

Vaughan News


The urban design, architecture and activity of downtown Vaughan don’t yet match the vision of the area (


15 months after legalization, 2.8 million Ontarians live in places where cannabis retail is illegal (


Ontario NDP calls for investigation into recent pro-government ads targeting teachers’ strike (


York Region News


‘It’s a sad day’: Richmond Hill community groups to face council scrutiny (


WinterFresh trivia fun raises funds for community food programs (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Revitalization of Markham's oldest formal park (


Newmarket camp runs during public teachers' strikes Feb. 11 and 13 (


How Markham's updated Leisure Master Plan will play out for residents (


Is East Gwillimbury being overcharged for its water by York Region? (


COUNCIL CONNECTION: Go to the source for your Town of Georgina information (


GTA News


How the Gardiner Expressway hogs the road during budget talks (


Toronto city councillor says he ignores bylaw infractions if ‘they vote for us, they’re volunteers and they donate money’ (


Provincial News


Teacher strikes happening across Ontario this week (