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Jan. 17

Vaughan News


Tutti pazzi per l’hockey: a Vaughan e’una note dei Campioni (Lo Specchio)


Ed e’arrivata anche la Befana (Lo Specchio)


York Region News


Growing concerns (NRU)


Markham offers programs for families impacted by school closures (


Aurora's sensory hallway helps kids build motor skills, creativity (


Georgina’s roads getting serviced (


List of Georgina roads to be serviced, repaired or reconstructed in 2020 (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Upgrades to Ninth Line in Markham (


GTA News


Preparing for a smarter commute (NRU)


Streamlining applications (NRU)


Toronto ravines to get litter removal, invasive species help (


New Toronto rules for data collection won’t be in place before final vote on Sidewalk Labs’ smart city project (


City Hall vulnerable to attack, warns report (


Toronto on track to have more skyscrapers than Chicago, but will quality match quantity? (


Provincial News


Premier Ford says one per cent raise is all province will offer, accuses union brass of ‘bad leadership’ as teacher strikes escalate across Ontario (,


Ontario creates scholarships to honour victims of Iran plane crash (


Federal News


Federal government announces $200 million for affordable rentals at former Honest Ed’s site (,


Jan. 16

Vaughan News


Vaughan construction companies need safety certificate to bid on city jobs (


York Region News


New Up Hub website connects York Region residents to community resources (


'It's terribly ugly': East Gwillimbury residents upset with 96-foot internet tower (


‘It’s the last resort’: York Region elementary school teachers hold strike Jan. 20 (


Ontarians aren’t happy with cannabis access, but Caledon not opting in, yet (


GTA News


Mayor backs city push to expropriate air rights for Rail Deck Park (, NOW Magazine)


Sheppard Ave. transit shelters are late on arrival (


Toronto rents shot up at the fastest rate in a decade in 2019 (


High-end home tax will force out Toronto talent, warns real estate CEO (


Provincial News


Ontario education minister announces funding for child care amid strikes (, Toronto star, Toronto Sun, Globe and Mail, National Post, Global News)


Elementary school teachers in Toronto, Ottawa, York Region holding one-day strike (, CTVnews, Global News, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Globe and Mail, National Post, newstalk1010)


Ford’s move to axe independent watchdogs saves $8M (


Federal News


December home sales up from year ago (

Jan. 15

York Region News


Newmarket council declares climate emergency (


Section of Ninth Line to close for repairs Wednesday (,


GTA News


New Toronto shelters being built to convert to housing, city staff says (


High-end home tax will force out Toronto talent, warns real estate CEO (


Taxpayers spent $50,000 on City Hall Europe trip: Report (


'Council was not aware' of decision to halt ice testing at Grenadier Pond, councillor says (


Provincial News


All four Ontario teacher unions now engaged in job action as talks with province stall (,


Despite complaints, officials say emergency system worked as planned in 2019 (


Jan. 14

York Region News


Firefighters call on Richmond Hill council for new hires to 'keep them safe' (


Water levels remain high following weekend rainstorm (


GTA News


City warns of precedent after Parkdale homeowner gets front-yard parking pad for new Tesla (


Fight for sidewalk clearing in Toronto's core continues into budget cycle (


Don Mills and Eglinton getting new neighbourhood but preserving heritage buildings an issue (


Provincial News


Catholic teachers plan one-day strike next week as Lecce urges unions to budge at the bargaining table (,


Metrolinx plans to convert tens of thousands of GO station parking spots from free to paid (


Governments supporting Ontario's beekeeping sector (


Jan. 13

Vaughan News


Rogers Hometown Hockey in Vaughan (Sportsnet)


New year, new fire station for Vaughan (


Walmart to relocate to make room for condos in downtown Vaughan (


Stretch of Rutherford Road in Vaughan to be closed temporarily (


York Region News


Richmond Hill regional representative purposely missed nearly 50% of meetings (,


GTA News


Despite touting new investments, Toronto’s proposed 2020 budget has little new money for youth gun violence programs (,


Provincial News


Province apologizes for Pickering nuclear plant false alarm, says cellphone alert was ‘human error’ during training (,,


Uber Black drivers file motion to unionize with Ontario labour board (


Federal News


Conservative leadership race to officially begin Monday as rules set (


Ottawa launches public consultations to meet court deadline to loosen rules for medically assisted death (