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July 16

Vaughan News


Vaughan moves into Step 3 (CP24)


Vaughan to open city’s pools, indoor fitness facilities July 21 (


Vaughan to open city’s pools, indoor fitness facilities July 21 (


Life’s a beach at new pool-joined towers in Vaughan (,,


Pop-up COVID-19 1st-dose vaccination clinic coming to Promenade Mall (


Province picks site of fourth stop on Yonge North subway extension (


York Region News


Newmarket heritage buildings face obstacles in push to make downtown accessible (


Newmarket to open open indoor recreational facilities July 19 (


'Be Our Guest': Markham boosts visitor economy with special deals under 3 major programs (


King launches enhanced community calendar (


Ontario moves to Step 3 of re-opening plan this Friday (


GTA News


Council punts decision on proposed new rules to legalize rooming houses in all of Toronto (


Construction noise keeping you up at night? 2 Toronto councillors want province to knock it off (


Provincial News


Doug Ford opposes mandatory shots and proof-of-vaccination documentation (


Ford’s office approved April letter to parents that in-person learning will return one day before closing schools (


Auditor-General investigating Ontario’s land-use policies (


July 15

Vaughan News


City welcomes new innovation space at Pierre Berton Resource Library (


Free drive-in movies, food trucks, huge murals now at former GTA Walmart (,


As Ontario eyes Greenbelt expansion, housing minister in Vaughan recognizes Humber as protected urban river (


York Region News


Proposed Aurora housing development awaiting regional approval (NRU)


'It's unbelievable': High-speed internet making inroads in East Gwillimbury (


Habitat Families Celebrate New Homes in Georgina (


Markham approves Housing Choices: Markham’s Affordable and Rental Housing Strategy (


Markham to receive $7.3M in infrastructure funding from Canada and Ontario (


Newmarket council 'not rushing' to return to in-person meetings: mayor (


GTA News


Glen Abbey golf course owner pulls plans for mixed-use community (NRU)


Development proposals lay groundwork for Milton Business Park (NRU)


Developer behind Burlington retirement home proposal revises plans (NRU)


The bugs that are ticking us off this summer (


Toronto city council votes to rename Dundas Street (


Toronto taxpayers paid over $9K for washer-dryer set, city auditor general's report reveals (


Royal Agricultural Winter Fair cancels in-person events for second straight year, pivots to online learning (


Provincial News


Education minister under fire after introduction deleted from Ontario’s new Grade 9 math curriculum (


Federal News


For the first time in decades, major changes are coming to Canada's workplace equity laws (


July 14

Vaughan News


York Region's non-compliance team doles out 8 tickets; 6 to Vaughan businesses (


A Vacant Walmart in Vaughan Has Been Transformed into a Vibrant Work of Art (


Is Ontario ‘gobbling up our best farmland’? 80% of York Region's remaining whitebelt eyed for development (


New sign recognizes Humber River as protected urban valley in York Region (


York Region News


Is more enforcement needed? Continuous fireworks in Newmarket draw concerns (


York Region pushes first-dose vaccinations in wake of booking 'slowdown' (


Georgina prepares for growth in a post-COVID world (


GTA News


‘I do think we’ve reached a tipping point in Toronto’: One councillor wants the city to look at a total ban on feeding pigeons. Others think that idea is for the birds (


Doug Ford changed the rules on construction hours early in 2020. Toronto councillors want them changed back (


Housing is unaffordable for many Peel residents, but this idea could be a game-changer (


Provincial News


Ontario’s top doctor warns it will be a ‘challenge’ to fully reopen the economy next month (


Ontario’s new speeding laws have slipped quietly into effect. When’s the time to start questioning increased powers of police? (


Provinces diverge on COVID-19 vaccine passports as some sectors begin requiring proof of immunization (


July 13

Vaughan News


Throngs fill Vaughan’s Market Lane, City Hall illuminates Italy's flag colours after European soccer win (


FORZA AZZURRI! The City of Vaughan celebrates the Euro Cup Italy win (


Mayor Bevilacqua on today’s EuroCup (CHIN/OMNI TV)


Wonderland’s Splash Works is officially open with new rules and an epic attraction (


To build a park in Vaughan’s Greenbelt neighbourhood or not? Debate ensues (


To build a park in Vaughan’s Greenbelt neighbourhood or not? Debate ensues (


Top 5 things to know about Vaughan’s new affordable housing residence for adults, seniors in need (


York Region News


'It gets worse and worse': Speeding on Hoover Park in Stouffville spurs calls for traffic calming (


York Region continues to push the needle for COVID-19 vaccinations with 58,000 new appointments (


York Region moves to walk-ins for first doses of COVID-19 vaccine (


Provincial News


Ontario reporting lowest single-day COVID-19 case count since September (


July 12

Vaughan News


City Hall illuminated in red, white and green (CP24)


‘Pure joy and happiness’: Ecstatic Italy fans take to the streets to celebrate Euro Cup victory over England (


Thornhill funeral home invites public to pay respects to fallen police officer Jeffrey Northrup on July 11 (


'A goodie on a leash': Newmarket residents, pet owners warned about frequent coyote sightings (


Meet Vaughan's new fire chief (


Meet Vaughan's new fire chief (


York Region News


7 things to know about Newmarket's soon-to-open first fully accessible splash pad (


McCowan Road to be closed in Stouffville for 2 weeks (


6 unique park features to explore in Richmond Hill this summer (


York Region to get long awaited long-term care beds (


Weekend vaccination clinics held across Simcoe Muskoka, Grey Bruce, and York Region (


York Region wants to know how you use plastics (


One York Region beach closed for swimming due to unsafe conditions (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? 6-storey condominium planned for Yonge Street in Aurora (


Garbage bag tags could cost residents $5 apiece (


Newmarket launches 'share the trail' campaign for cyclists, pedestrians (


GTA News


60% of all adults in Toronto now fully vaccinated, councillor says (


Provincial News


Ontario plans to build more than $60B in transit projects in the next decade. Will a pandemic, looming labour shortage and cost overruns derail them? (


Ontario Moving to Step Three of Roadmap to Reopen on July 16 (