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Feb. 28

Vaughan News


Vaughan's economic growth 'staggering', Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua boasts (


Another one bites the dust: Turnover continues in Vaughan city manager's office (


Next generation of 911 a game changer for public safety (Vaughan Citizen)


Ontario moves closer to adopting IHRA definition of anti-semitism (


York Region News


Stouffville council endorses plan for 507-unit Hwy. 48 development (


Fatberg clogs pipes, floods out Georgina residents (


GTA News


City plans to remove Toronto soccer field after noise, drug complaints (


Council debates risk of backing Hamilton 100’s Commonwealth Games bid (


Site Work Started as Mississauga's Lakeview Village Plan Evolves (


Provincial News


21 Appointees Named to Ontario's Highest Honour (


Ontario Celebrates the Opening of the 2020 Ontario Winter (


Ontario Catholic school teachers to hold province-wide strike on March 5 (


Feb. 27

Vaughan News


Mayor of Vaughan and Chinese-born Yang Shizhen urge citizens not to worry about returning to normal life (Fairchild TV)


Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)


Ontario Liberal Party front-runner Steven Del Duca wants protected land to save his private pool (


Mayor Bevilacqua highlights Vaughan's momentum in his 10th annual State of the City address (


Vaughan mayor, councillor support Asian restaurants amid coronavirus scare (


York Region News


Ministerial Zoning Order Sought; Developing the Whitebelt (NRU)


‘Wasteland of culture’: Cuts to arts grants in Richmond Hill prompts public outcry (


Stouffville council endorses plan for 507-unit Hwy. 48 development (


'Catastrophe waiting to happen': Mount Albert residents decry proposed pit (


Keep calm and check out these traffic calming ideas for Newmarket's Lorne Avenue (


Newmarket snow crew out in full force to clear sidewalks, trails, roads (


GTA News


Mayor John Tory appears to reverse course on protecting Downsview lands for jobs (


Provincial News


Seniors’ housing; aging in place (NRU)


Ontario moves to have private industry run, pay cost of battery recycling (


Feb. 26

Vaughan News


Vaughan, ON to require contractors to secure occupational health certification (


Asian restaurant business has rebounded (


York Region News


Stouffville passes 5.2% property tax hike for 2020 (


Newmarket-Aurora employers take note: deadline extended for Canada Summer Jobs funding (


GTA News


Ontario’s Growing Environmental Crisis is Largely the Fault of Bad Urban Planning (


Talks continue between Toronto and outside workers as deadline for possible work stoppage nears (


Toronto Islands residents have started sandbagging in preparation for floods (


Provincial News


Ontario Liberal leadership candidates agree to unify behind new leader (


Feb. 25

Vaughan News


Lawyer allegedly tied to Vaughan Working Families ads (


York Region News


Markham one of the first in the GTA to silence over 1600 train whistle sounds per day (,,


GTA News


Brampton upping efforts to plant 1 million trees by 2040 (,


New City of Toronto rules have no mandatory in-car training for Uber and Lyft drivers (


Provincial News


Helping Small and Rural Municipalities Better Deliver Services for People (


Ontario elementary teachers suspending strikes for next two weeks (,


Provincial towing regulations being studied after increase in violent activity (


Federal News


Government urged to increase diversity at top of federal public service (


Feb. 24

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan to require COR from contractors starting in March (


Developer with Links to Fake Parents’ Group Lobbied Ford Government Following Anti-Teacher Attack Ads (


“Luxury” Condo Development Overlooking Golf Course Coming to Thornhill (


York Region News


Friday strike day cancelled: York Region Catholic schools will be open (


'12 inches of poop': Owners of sewer-flooded homes urge Richmond Hill to pay (


Richmond Hill arts community angered by council’s decision to cut grant (


It's game on for Coldest Night of the Year fundraising challenge (


GTA News


Toronto approves increase in residential property tax (


Toronto Council throws Cabbagetown youth centre a lifeline (


Fire closes popular community centre in Firgrove neighbourhood (


Pilot project could see DIY performances in vacant city buildings (


Provincial News


Ford launches 2022 campaign at policy convention, as labour leaders outside warn of escalated action (,