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June 12

Vaughan News


Tennis courts are back: Vaughan set to reopen some park amenities on Friday (


York Region News


ShopHERE: Richmond Hill partners with Google to help local businesses sell online (


Richmond Hill's Jean Vanier school gets new name following sex abuse allegations (


Markham Black Lives Matter: Student-organized protest planned June 13 (


Markham Stouffville Hospital 'gradually resumes' surgeries, procedures delayed by COVID-19 (


Town-run meals for Newmarket's vulnerable continue with $25K boost (


GTA News


Toronto makes face masks mandatory on TTC, Ontario recommends all riders wear them (


Provincial News


Ontario to Resume Family Visits in Long-Term Care Homes, Retirement Homes, and Other Residential Care Settings (,,,


Most child-care centres unlikely to reopen Friday, operators and advocates say (,


Parts of Ontario enter next major stage of reopening. Here's what you need to know (


June 11

Vaughan News


Vaughan to open some park facilities (Ora Qui)


Vaughan opening some park facilities this Friday (CP24)


Vaughan integrity commissioner: ‘No evidence’ Coun. Jackson used ‘influence’ on development (


Staying safe while going back to work during COVID-19 (


Hundreds support Black Lives Matter in Vaughan (


Get in, get out: New COVID-19 policies for farmers’ markets in York Region (


York Region News


City of Markham offers tips, but no cooling centres, amid heat advisory (


York Region Arts Council among 'hotbed of talent' to receive innovation funds (


Coronavirus has forced York Region Chinese charity to switch to remote services (


Newmarket pet store and Airbnb rules up for discussion at June 15 meeting (


Richmond Hill Public Library offers curbside pickup during COVID-19 shutdown (


'We need local to be the focus': Georgina Chamber launches online swag shop (


Farm Boy, Marshalls, HomeSense, car dealerships coming to Hwy. 404 in Aurora? (


South Richvale Greenway trail in Richmond Hill closed this summer for restoration (


Tag, you're it: Aurora's new graffiti bylaw holds property owners responsible for clean up (


Appraising progress (NRU)


GTA News


Toronto launches SwimTO and CampTO as city sees fewer COVID-19 hospitalizations (,,


Petition asks city of Toronto to rename Dundas Street (,


Assessing the value of parkland (NRU)


Growing up in the Burlington’s football (NRU)


Provincial News


Ontario Unveils a Plan to Reopen Postsecondary Education (


June 10

Vaughan News


What went wrong in Vaughan? City became York Region's COVID-19 hot spot (


'Oh my goodness': Vaughan libraries see huge spike in demand during COVID-19 pandemic (


New bike paths coming soon (


Family reeling as senior dies of malnutrition, not COVID-19, inside long-term care home (


York Region News


'No advantage to being last in lockdown': Newmarket reacts to being stuck in stage 1 (


York Region dashboard helps residents monitor COVID-19 spread (


York Region to add 250,000 jobs by 2041. Have your say in planning them (


‘It's a non-starter’: Richmond Hill council rejects severance in Oak Ridges despite concerns (


COVID-19 daily test numbers have doubled since late May in York Region (


Halton appeals to Doug Ford to be included in Friday’s reopening (


GTA News


Toronto expands bike share program 'into all corners' of city during pandemic Social Sharing (,,


Anti-Black racism a public health crisis, says Toronto’s board of health (


Michael Ford becomes first Toronto councillor to test positive for COVID-19 (,,


Provincial News


Ontario Helping Parents Return to Work (,,,,


June 9

Vaughan News


Regional Stage 2 reopening begins on Friday (CP24)


SmartCentres Development to Reshape Corner of Highways 400 and 7 (


Two Towers Top Out at Transit City Complex in Vaughan (


York Region News


New East Gwillimbury rec centre estimated cost is $50 million (


Georgina beaches remain closed, select parks are open (


Making history: York Region wants to record your COVID-19 stories for future generations (


GTA News


Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders stepping down (,,,


Toronto Public Health to help businesses get ready as city waits for next stage of reopening (


Brampton set to reopen all parks -- with restrictions (


Provincial News


Ontario Permits More Businesses and Services to Reopen in the Coming Days (,,,,,,


Ontario Proposing Temporary Ban on Commercial Evictions (


Federal News


Family members of Canadian citizens separated by Canada-U.S. border allowed to enter, Trudeau says (


June 8

Vaughan News


After hiatus due to COVID-19, Vaughan plans 2 public hearings this June (


Grasshopper Energy donates surgical masks and sanitizers to Mackenzie Health (


Long-term care home 'failed miserably,' Woodbridge families say as army called in (,,,


Couples angry at 'devastated' banquet halls' refusals to return down payments (


COVID Closure: Vaughan cheerleading facility seeks permission to start training halted by pandemic (


York Region News


Keep your used books out of Georgina Public Library drop boxes, please and thank you (


'Beginning of the conversation': Hundreds come out to Black Lives Matter march in Stouffville (


'Black Lives Matter': 1,000 people hold Solidarity Walk in Aurora (


'A long time to kneel on someone's neck': Newmarket Black Lives Matter rally (


Full closure of Newmarket Main Street for patios unlikely, mayor says (


'You are loved. Pride is still happening': COVID-19 forces York Pride Fest to go digital (


GTA News


City tells restaurants get set to reopen, even if they can’t yet (


Thousands fill downtown Toronto streets to protest anti-Black racism (


Provincial News


Ontario Extends Emergency Orders to Support Its Reopening Efforts (


Federal News


Federal government to provide $14B to provinces, territories to 'safely' restart economies (


Trudeau takes a knee at anti-racism protest on Parliament Hill (,,