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June 26

Vaughan News


City’s response to COVID-19; interview with Mayor Bevilacqua (OMNI News)


‘We must use common sense’: Vaughan to open splash pads on Friday (


City launches Medical Waste Exemption program (


Newspaper ads that attacked teachers’ unions appear to violate laws, Elections Ontario says (


Ontario places order for 11 million face shields with Vaughan company (


City of Toronto outdoor pools set to reopen Friday (


York Region News


York Regional Police reopening its facilities to public (


Some residents want Newmarket to park proposed bicycle lanes (


York Region council considering law to make face masks mandatory (


Reduced ridership during pandemic continues to impact YRT service (

Metrolinx considering a route for the Yonge subway extension to Richmond Hill that would take it above ground (


Splish, splash! King Township opens splash pads as COVID-19 restrictions ease (


Newmarket Public Library has reading clubs, concerts for kids this summer (


GTA News


Toronto Mayor John Tory calling for police reform in bid to 'stamp out systemic racism' (


June 25

Vaughan News


The opening of Piazza Tagliavini (Ora Qui)


Vaughan’s public library is the first in GTA to go fine-free. Here’s why (


Celebrate Canada Day COVID-19 style -- Virtually across York Region (


Company behind ads slamming teachers’ unions violated Ontario elections act (,,


Vaughan design review panel agenda (NRU)


York Region News


Magna International opts to stay in Aurora following sale of golf course (


East Gwillimbury churches not quite ready to return to in-person worship (


First-ever drive-in concert to be held in Markham on Canada Day (


Are proposed apartment buildings, townhouses in Newmarket a good idea? (


Former Newmarket-Aurora MP thanks front-line staff after his mom dies (


Managing natural assets (NRU)


GTA News


Karygiannis booted from council again over campaign expenses after court overturns earlier decision (,,


Toronto health officials call for new COVID-19 quarantine centres (


Provincial News


Ontario Extends Declaration of Emergency to July 15 (,,,


Ontario will stop issuing blue licence plates next week (


Ontario eases isolation rules to boost COVID-19 testing for migrant farm workers (


Restructuring land use tribunals (NRU)


Adjusting growth expectations (NRU)


June 24

Vaughan News


Vaughan mayor asks Ottawa, Ontario for $45M for COVID-19 recovery (


York Region's Black leaders, allies call for sweeping police reforms (


'Righteous rage': Woodbridge families share pain, anger after COVID-19 crisis (


Woodgate Pines Park, Vaughan (Toronto Star)


York Region News


Splash pads, sports fields, basketball courts back in play in Markham (


It's a first, York Region named one of Canada's Greenest Employers (


Stouffville splash pads, basketball courts open as part of Phase 2 (


Newmarket ban on pet stores sales will boost puppy mills: owner (


'We're praying on it': Aurora churches differ on welcoming back worshippers (


No singing, no handshakes: Georgina churches 'will be very different' once opened (


You can have your say on proposed development in Newmarket (


GTA News


What Toronto can learn from the ‘smart city’ that never materialized (


Land transfer tax relief plan moving to Toronto council (


Provincial News


Ontario Introduces New Math Curriculum for Elementary Students (,,,,,


Ontario to fully fund nursing homes despite lower occupancies (


June 23

York Region News


Richmond Hill proclaims Aug. 22 as Flight of the Monarch Day (


Dead bat tests positive for rabies in King Township, York Region says (


GTA News


Mayor John Tory backs body cameras for TTC officers (


CafeTO plan headed to council (


Toronto police board appoints interim chief with Mark Saunders stepping down in July (


Provincial News


Ontario Moving Toronto and Peel Region into Stage 2 (,,,


Ontario appoints supervisor to take over Peel school board after it fails to address systemic anti-Black racism (,


Ontario’s DriveTest centres reopen for limited services (


Federal News


Senate ethics committee recommends rescinding suspension of Senator Lynn Beyak (


June 22

Vaughan News


More Ontario regions move to phase 2 (Ora Qui)


Vaughan libraries: ‘All overdue fines currently on record will be forgiven’ (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Vaughan installs 4.5-km bike paths on Clark Avenue (


KKK hats case, principal called N word put York Region school board director in hot seat (


York Region News


Unionville Main Street shops 'totally pumped' to reopen, expand outdoor patios, sales (


Changes to GO service on Stouffville line start June 20 (


East Gwillimbury Farmers Market set to open July 2 at Civic Centre (


'Not comfortable yet': Newmarket places of worship assess resuming services (


Stouffville churches ponder how to safely worship as in-person services return (


'It's inevitable:' Aurora's Magna Golf Course sold to development firm (


King City United Church continues virtual services amid COVID-19 pandemic (


GTA News


Toronto now issuing marriage licences by appointment (


Provincial News


Ontario Prepares for the Safe Reopening of Schools (,,,,,,