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July 31

Vaughan News


Vaughan families hopeful Canada's Wonderland opens soon (


Bad Axe Throwing resumes operating in Vaughan (


York Region News


Newmarket reopening more facilities in August, September (


Fire Chief looking for efficiencies, benefits of a shared fire service (


Council connection: On Georgina entering Stage 3 (


Georgina educational farm scores $150,000 through $3.3 million rural grants program (


No field trips, extracurriculars until further notice: York public school board announces COVID-19 reopening plans (


Richmond Hill council reopens public forum, eyes hybrid meetings amid COVID-19 (


Protesters rally at Newmarket-Aurora MPP's office urging province to fund schools properly or keep them closed (


GTA News


Two new affordable housing developments coming to Mississauga (


What’s open, what’s closed and how you can enjoy this long weekend during COVID-19 (


Provincial News


Ontario Commemorating the Sacrifice of Canadian Service Members (


Ontario Continues to Gradually and Safely Reopen Child Care for Working Parents (


Ontario Releases Plan for Safe Reopening of Schools in September (


July 30

Vaughan News


White people are more afraid of Carnival than coronavirus (


'Sense of betrayal’ as Keep Vaughan Green protests golf course development (


York Region News


East Gwillimbury reopens all 42 playgrounds today (


Newmarket mayor clears up confusion about local playgrounds reopening (


Emerging from coronavirus, Newmarket playgrounds reopen by Aug. 1 (


New 264-unit affordable housing complex for seniors in Markham gets go-ahead (


'Surprise' inspections of York Region restaurants, bars aim to keep lid on COVID-19 cases (


Aurora to get a new elementary school, province announces (


Growth Plan Amendment 1; municipalities weigh in (NRU)


GTA News


Pickering Nuclear Perimeter; waterfront development refused (NRU)


MZO issued for Caledon’s Mayfield West stage 2; accelerating growth (NRU)


Toronto to challenge provincial Bill 184 in court (


‘Do they want downtown to survive?’: Bolton business owners launch petition again parking restrictions (


Toronto mandates wearing masks in apartment and condo building common areas (


Toronto will have ‘no hesitation’ reverting from Stage 3 if rule-breaking risks COVID-19 spike, Tory says (


Ontario’s garbage crisis is urgent (


Fires up more than 13% in Toronto amid COVID-19 pandemic, firefighters union warns (


Provincial News


Back-to-school plan anxiously awaited today (


Federal News


Indigenous arts champion to head Canada Council (


July 29

Vaughan News


Healthcare at the heart of city-building in Vaughan (


York Region News


Opposition building against proposed 22-unit Gorham housing development (


Canada and Ontario Invest in Affordable Housing for Seniors in York Region (


Fire marshal investigates 'one of the biggest fires' in Richmond Hill's history (


Whitchurch-Stouffville lifts fire ban after several weeks (


York Region advocates slam Ontario’s recovery act for ‘fast-tracking’ development (


GTA News


Ontario Moving Toronto and Peel Region into Stage 3 (


City approves dedicated bus lanes on Eglinton East, part of RapidTO plan (


E-scooters remain stalled in Toronto (


Provincial News


Ontario Helping to Protect Communities against Racism and Hate (


Ontario spent $3.5B less than planned in last fiscal year, watchdog says (


July 28

Vaughan News


COVID-19 safety kits handed out in Vaughan (CityNews)


What will your next trip to Canada's Wonderland look like? (


To find out about anti-Black racism in schools, join Aug. 3 protest: Vaughan mother (


York Region News


5 things you should know about reopening Newmarket amid COVID-19 (


Discover Georgina by car: Ready, set, go! (


For 1st time since March, Southlake Regional Health Centre has no COVID-19 patients (


GTA News


City reports 5 new cases of COVID-19, lowest since March (


Provincial News


$4B in COVID-19 funding announced for Ontario municipalities and transit (


July 27

Vaughan News


Updates from the City of Vaughan (CHIN TV)


In Thornhill, residents say 2020 is becoming the year of the coyote (


Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan shut out of Stage 3 COVID-19 recovery plan (


Vaughan: many ways to pay taxes remotely (


‘No injuries’: Emergency crews battle fire in Vaughan house (


Firefighters combatting massive townhouse complex fire in Richmond Hill (


York Region News


York Region joins Stage 3, but many residents remain reluctant (


'Historic': $275.5M York University Markham Centre Campus announced (


Aurora reopens 44 playgrounds as region enters Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 recovery plan (


Health officials issue a warning after 3 people with COVID-19 attend a large party in Schomberg (


Aurora to get new school (


Town reopening playgrounds, then facilities, one at a time (


York Region's Black youth, allies keep momentum going on Black Lives Matter (


'A long time coming': Aurora and Newmarket build first joint fire station (


Bottoms Up! Old Flame Brewing Company coming to Newmarket's Old Fire Hall (


Anti-Black racism task force takes root in Newmarket (