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Aug. 13

Vaughan News


Almaguin councils oppose Vaughan resolution to raise driving age to 18 (


Almaguin councils oppose Vaughan resolution to raise driving age to 18 (


Almaguin councils oppose Vaughan resolution to raise driving age to 18 (


Vaughan resident charged for sending child with COVID-19 symptoms to daycare (


‘I am strong’: King-Vaughan MP Schulte’s cancer won’t stop her from giving her best this election (


Wonderland’s going to have some major events in 2022 and here’s what you need to know (


Feds investing $5M for first made-in-Canada electric vehicle (


New E.J. Sands Public School in Thornhill moves forward after project delays (


'More people in parks, means more litter,' so Vaughan is piloting garbage bin sensors (


York Region News


30-minute parking limit remains in place on Main Street Newmarket (


GTA News


Tory welcomes feds' proof of vaccination plan, calls on Ontario to create similar framework (


Toronto city staff proposal takes aim at the appropriation of Indigenous names and symbols in city sports facilities (


Provincial News


Ontario Releases 2021--22 First Quarter Finances (


Federal News


Trudeau Liberals planning general election on September 20 (


Aug. 12

Vaughan News


Leveraging innovative technology to combat litter (


Vaughan pilots garbage bin sensors to combat litter (


Vaughan is reducing speed limits from 50 to 40 km/h in school zones this September (


Vaughan is reducing speed limits from 50 to 40 km/h in school zones this September (


9 charges for non-compliance issued across York Region for period of Aug. 2 to 8 (


York Region News


Transformation of Unionville GO Station nears completion (


Richmond Hill releases latest updates on City Plan 2041 (


More pop-up clinics coming to York Region as mass vaccination centres scale back (


Traffic signal being modified at Richmond Hill intersection (


'It's going to take all of us': Southlake pitches new hospital to Newmarket citizens (


New EV charging stations coming to downtown Newmarket, Mulock (


Markham Urban Design awards (NRU)


GTA News


Highway 50 proposal would transform low-rise industrial into dynamic mixed-use area (NRU)


Managing intensification in Whitby’s mature neighbourhoods (NRU)


Historic power station adds majesty too Niagara’s wealth of tourist attractions (NRU)


Innisfil's new Orbit transit hub receives MZO approval from Ontario government (


Provincial News


Ontario reveals new rules on managing COVID-19 cases, outbreaks -- including in schools (


Federal News


Ottawa promises vaccine passport for international travel this fall (


Aug. 11

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan, Ontario, Canada embarks on energy-saving smart street lighting initiative with Telensa (


Parking concerns at new Powassan apartments, Trout Creek sidewalk maintenance before council (


'Fraught landscape': Vaughan house listing demands tenants be vaccinated (


ArtWalk: SmartCentres’ new art district (


Is it now targeting younger people? 17 confirmed children with COVID-19 at 3 Vaughan daycare centres (


York Region News


'Open Streets' in Markham closes Middlefield Road and Unionville Main Street (


Is Richmond Hill age friendly? Adults 55-plus encouraged to share thoughts (


Outdoor movie nights coming to the Sharon Temple in August (


Newmarket resident feuds with town over four years of mysterious noises (


GTA News


Toronto is in the fourth wave of COVID-19, experts say, as daily infection numbers soar (


Toronto to open eight emergency cooling centres as temps soar (


Provincial News


Province now reporting vaccinated vs. unvaccinated data in daily COVID-19 numbers (


Doug Ford’s government fast-tracks huge futuristic development near Lake Simcoe (


Federal News


Feds announce more funding to support locating unmarked graves (


Aug. 10

Vaughan News


Proposed Highway 413 would pave over precious nature reserve in Vaughan, biologist says (


Drive-throughs an adjustment not a stampede, says developer (


City of Vaughan, Ontario, Canada embarks on energy-saving smart street lighting initiative with Telensa (


Is NIMBYism behind frustration on development or do Vaughan residents not realize sweeping change is happening? (


Charity golf tournament tees off as pandemic eases up (


York Region News


COVID-19 resurgence driven by youth, young adults: York Region's top doc (


Newmarket lifts pandemic state of emergency (


Whitchurch-Stouffville seeks assistance in fatal dog bite incident (


Richmond Hill Public Library opens door to outdoor StoryWalk programs (


GTA News


Halton Region maintains long-standing status as one of the safest municipalities in Canada (


An affordable housing proposal near Woodbine Beach calls for an 18-storey building. Some residents fear it will end up changing their neighbourhood (


Provincial News


Ontario releases back-to-school plan (


Federal government announces $9M for Conservation Ontario (



Vaughan News


Vaughan's Matt Cabraja heads to Tokyo Paralympics as Canada’s fastest blind swimmer (


Speed limit changes are coming to all school zones in September (


Toronto couple struggles to get marriage licence amid pandemic restrictions, high demand (


Vaughan's Canada's Wonderland first stop for province's GO-VAXX mobile vaccination clinics (


Resort-Like Lifestyle Opportunity Soon to Open on Islington Avenue (


'Closing the divide': Funding boost to expand high-speed internet across York Region (


York Region News


Markham basks in Olympic golden glow: Celebrates hometown heroes (


Plan to replace office with affordable housing concerns some Newmarket neighbours (


Richmond Hill calling entrepreneurs for starter company plus program (


Richmond Hill condo committee finds recycling solutions above and beyond the norm (


GTA News


ActiveTO is part of building a better city. Let’s keep it (


‘People have to park in a proper way’: Hospitals among top 10 spots in Toronto where people got parking tickets during the pandemic (


City to open cooling centres when heat warning issued but humidity to reach high levels this week (


Toronto officials push for nearly 200,000 eligible residents to get their 2nd COVID-19 vaccine (


Provincial News


Former premier Bill Davis, who ushered in Ontario’s modern era, dies at 92 (


Ontario short of vax goals to leave Step 3 (


Federal News


Canada loosens more travel restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers (