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July 10

Vaughan News


Face coverings to become mandatory in York Region starting next week (CP24,,,


Two-Tower Complex Proposed in Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Area (


New Vaughan facility to produce 1M 'North American quality’ face masks a week (


York Region News


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Work on Jane Street bridge in King means lane reductions (


Facing a summer with bored kids? Newmarket launching summer camper kits (


Lake Wilcox Park boardwalk in Richmond Hill opens after 6-month delay (


Stouffville issues fire ban as Southern Ontario heat wave continues (


GTA News


Peel council passes motion to reduce police involvement in mental health calls (


Provincial News


Ontario Seeking Input on Modernizing Capital Markets (


Ontario's effort to scrap streaming will begin with math courses in 2021 (


What Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 reopening plan could look like (


Federal News


Canada's public health agency warns threat of COVID-19 resurgence in Canada 'not just hypothetical' (


July 9

Vaughan News


York Region Council holding Special Meeting on mask policy (CP24)


Awards for planning excellence recipients (


York Region News


Should you be required to wear a mask? 5 key points from York Region report (


'It's wonderful': Newmarket store owner applauds support for businesses hobbled by COVID-19 (


MAP: WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Construction, again, along Davis Drive in Newmarket (


GTA News


Designing for growth (NRU)


Nurturing neighbourhoods (NRU)


City turns to province for help in fighting COVID-19 in hard-hit northwest corner (


Toronto is recovering from sudden downpour that caused severe flooding in several parts of city (,,,,


City moving ahead with priority bus lanes (,,


Seasonal city staff refusing to return to work at CampTO over COVID-19 safety concerns (


Provincial News


Ontario Extends Emergency Orders (


Ontario Starting Down the Path to Growth, Renewal and Economic Recovery (


Premier Doug Ford commits to mandating air conditioning in long-term care homes (,


Federal News


Ottawa to post $343B deficit as spending hits levels not seen since Second World War (,,,,,,,


July 8

Vaughan News


30 workers at Vaughan, Ont., mushroom farm test positive for COVID-19 (,,,


Vaughan’s Stormwater Charge Supports Vital Water Programs (


The Thornhill (


Career Spotlight of the Month (July 2020) (


14 best parks in Vaughan Ontario with walking and hiking trails (


York Region News


Newmarket opens temporary cooling centre (


Richmond Hill appoints 2 commissioners following senior staff exodus (


Richmond Hill highlights tech strength through Collision from Home (


Cineplex's former marketing VP assumes CEO role at Richmond Hill Public Library (


GTA News


Asian Longhorned Beetle No Longer Threatens Mississauga’s Trees (


Toronto Police union president Mike McCormack retiring (


Provincial News


Ontario Introduces Legislation to Protect Public Health as Economy Reopens (,


Ontario Passes Legislation to Deliver Subways Faster (


Ontario municipalities investing abroad after rule change (


July 7

Vaughan News


New Vaughan hospital will incorporate leading-edge technologies (Canadian Healthcare Technology)


SmartCentres' Mixed-Use Diversification Expressed in New Vaughan Development (


York Region Public Health investigates Vaughan farm after 29 COVID-19 cases (,,,,


York Region News


UPDATE: Town of Georgina employees test positive for COVID-19 (


East Gwillimbury joins shopHERE to help local businesses adapt amid COVID-19 pandemic (


Pet stores, pet owners face tighter rules in Newmarket (


Newmarket reopens splash pads, outdoor amenities as COVID-19 restrictions ease (


Aurora to debate monster homes, anti-racism task force, rainbow crosswalk (


There is a ‘heartbreaking’ lack of LGBTQ2S services in York region, study finds (


Representing residents (NRU)


GTA News


Thousands of city workers could lose jobs if Toronto doesn't get COVID-19 bailout, mayor warns (


Mitigating risk (NRU)


Protecting historic character (NRU)


Provincial News


Ontario to introduce bill to extend some emergency measures over the next year (


Federal News


Bob Rae named Canadian ambassador to the UN (,,,


July 6

Vaughan News


Anti-racism rally held at Vaughan City Hall (Global News)


Anti-racism protest held in Vaughan (CP24)


COVID-19 outbreak at Vaughan farm infects 24 York Region workers (Update) (


York Region Public Health investigates Vaughan farm after 29 COVID-19 cases (


Shoppers are waiting hours to get into stores at Vaughan Mills (


Power of persuasion or legislation? York Region split on mandatory mask order (


Michelle Obama’s memoir among top 10 most borrowed books at Vaughan libraries (


York Region News


East Gwillimbury calls for greater government co-ordination on marijuana facilities (


'It’s a little sad': Georgina residents can look, but can’t touch Lake Simcoe (


Stouffville launches website detailing reopening plan as COVID-19 restrictions ease (


Markham mayor: Report on mandating masks to be presented on July 9 meeting (


GTA News


City issues trespass order against anti-racism demonstrators at Nathan Phillips Square (


Provincial News


Ontario to end streaming in Grade 9 and change other ‘racist, discriminatory’ practices (


Premier Doug Ford to fast-track construction of housing adjacent to new transit stations (


Ontario won’t close provincial beaches amid overcrowding concerns (,,