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September 11

Vaughan News


Serving up safety in the kitchen (


Cyclists, even with new bike lanes, still riding on sidewalk (


‘It’s just brutal’: Train whistle causing many sleepless nights for Tottenham residents in new subdivision (


York Region News


Changes to social gatherings could be on the way amid a rise in COVID cases (


Students in York Region return to classroom today for first time in nearly 6 months (,


Tell Georgina how to spend your tax dollars with online survey (


Have your say! Residents, businesses invited to envision future of Richmond Hill (


Simcoe invests $164K in Newmarket’s Southlake hospital mental health unit (


GTA News


Battered TORONTO sign to be replaced by permanent new letters -- at a cost of $760,000 (,,


Toronto mayor asks federal, provincial governments for more financial help (


TDSB to delay online school for elementary students (


September 10

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan employee has COVID-19, Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua confirms (


UPDATE: Police deem substance found in suspicious package in Vaughan non-hazardous (


Updates on City operations for GTHA municipalities (NRU)


York Region News


Stouffville set to change wards as boundary review starts (


Newmarket seeks 14 new members for variety of town committees (


GTA News


Building resilience (NRU)


Toronto Public Health will notify parents of any COVID-19 case in their school (,,,


TDSB delays start of high school by two days, to next Thursday (,


Brampton emerges as Ontario’s coronavirus epicenter (


Cisco partners with City of Toronto to provide free WiFi access (


Provincial News


Ontario-Quebec Summit Strengthens Ties between the Two Provinces (,


Synchronizing e-permitting systems (NRU)


Mayors have power to roll back reopenings: Ford (


September 9

Vaughan News


A Protest To Reopen Wonderland Is Taking Place After Clifton Hill Was Packed This Weekend (


York Region News


King Township appoints new director of finance (


Students will need to wait for specific times to transfer between in-person, online learning: YRDSB (


GTA News


Tory pleads with Torontonians to avoid illegal gatherings and follow rules to halt COVID-19 resurgence (


Sneaky Dee’s fans oppose development proposal that threatens popular venue (,,


Bylaws cracking down on short-term rentals come into effect this week (


Provincial News


Ontario Takes Extraordinary Steps to Reopen Schools Safely (


Ontario puts 'pause' on further loosening of public health measures as COVID-19 numbers rise (,,


Premiers Doug Ford and Quebec’s Francois Legault meet in Mississauga to discuss COVID-19 recovery and second wave preparations (


Federal News


Ottawa extending its widely criticized pandemic rent-relief program (,


September 8

Vaughan News


‘Joint failure’: 15-year saga over Vaughan dump site development heats up -- again -- due to waste haulage (


Kortright Centre near Toronto is covered by woodland and pristine hiking trails (


Number of COVID-19 cases linked to wedding events in Toronto and York Region climbs to 23 (,,,,,


New Vaughan non-profit seeks to make a wider impact for all communities (


York Region News


WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?: Construction of new Roselena Trail bridge in Schomberg (


'We only have until November. Then what?' Georgina resumes recreation programs outside (


COVID-19 exposed unsustainable economy, says York Region Labour Council (


'I was hurt': Richmond Hill resident angered by town's response to racist graffiti (


Markham MP hosts meeting to combat racism toward Chinese community (


Newmarket uses new bylaw to shut down large Airbnb 'party house' (


GTA News


Toronto considering ambitious homeless housing plan in wake of COVID-19 pandemic (


Provincial News


Welcome to the start of the school year. It’s going to be rocky (,


Doug Ford’s anti-carbon tax gas station stickers are unconstitutional, judge rules (


Federal News


Health Minister orders review of pandemic warning system, concerns raised by scientists (