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Nov. 19

Vaughan News


Vaughan launches new campaign to help keep all road users safe (


Holiday Fair in the Square moves from Toronto to Assembly Park in Vaughan starting Nov. 26 (


York Region News


Aurora holds annual Menorah Lighting Ceremony on Dec. 1 (


Council approves tax hike of 0.75% for increased service enhancements (


Must be Santa! Georgina Santa Claus parade hits Sutton streets (


King museum to host One of a King Handmade Holiday Market (


GTA News


Toronto water bills, garbage fees expected to rise 3% in 2022 (


Online reservations soon no longer needed for Toronto-run fitness classes, skating, leisure swimming (


Toronto relaxes COVID-19 rink rules as winter activities move ‘toward normal’ (


3 Brampton parks to get educational signage on local species (


Hamilton public health short about 100 full-time employees to provide all programs (


Provincial News


Ontario Enhancing COVID-19 Winter Testing (


Ontario high schools allowed to return to regular semesters in February (


Ontario giving students rapid COVID-19 tests to take home over holiday break (


Nov. 18

Vaughan News


'Real-life consequences': Vaughan mom of children killed in driveway warns of dangers of careless driving (


Vaughan Catholic school closed until Nov. 22 due to 15 COVID-19 cases (


Vaughan woman, who shares ‘hate incident’ video, wants community’s support (


CCPPP’s 2021 awards honour transportation and health-care projects (


Ford government changes regulations related to pit bull ban (


Is a protected area still a protected area if it’s not protected? (


York Region News


Markham to consider new Active Transportation Master Plan (NRU)


East Gwillimbury joins call to move Holland Marsh Phosphorus Recycling Facility forward (


Newmarket mayor urges more feedback on how your tax dollars are spent (


Newmarket Main Street Christmas tree lighting returns for in-person festivities (


GTA News


Brampton households to pay an average of $142 more in property taxes in proposed 2022 budget (


City announces 'Vax the Holidays' campaign, previews kids plan (


Halton Hills approves McGibbon Hotel renovation (NRU)


City of Mississauga reviewing planning policies along Lakeshore Road East (NRU)


Oakville advances Bronte GO MTSA intensification policies (NRU)


Federal News


Feds to lift PCR test requirement for short trips (


Health Canada will approve the Pfizer vaccine for kids Friday, sources say (


Nov. 17

Vaughan News


WinterFest Has Returned To Canada's Wonderland & Here's A Look At All The Magic (


York Region's non-compliance team issues 7 charges at Aurora, Vaughan businesses (


Two massive new highways planned for the Greater Toronto Area (


Controversial Highway 413 ‘desperately needed in the province’ (


Brother and sister struck and killed in Vaughan, Ont. remembered six months after crash (


York Region News


Newmarket calling for community support in battle against invasive 'creepy crawlies' (


York Region urges hockey COVID-19 safety after case sidelines U12 team (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Multiple highrises proposed on Yonge Street in Richmond Hill (


96% of Aurora staff fully vaccinated against COVID-19, town says (


Need a receipt? It will cost you, as Newmarket brings in new fees for tax services (


GTA News


Oakville councillors push for affordable child care (


New Brampton bylaw prohibits using investment properties as short-term rentals (


Hamilton rural residents could be paying for snow clearing on sidewalks they don't have (


Uber warns of higher prices and longer wait times following Toronto’s decision to freeze new licences (


Brampton residents may have to raise $125M for hospital expansion despite no timeline on 24/7 ER (


Provincial News


Ontario to allow symptomatic COVID-19 testing in pharmacies as 481 new cases reported (


Nov. 16

Vaughan News


Vaughan councillor tells MPP she ‘respectfully’ disagrees on ‘moving forward’ with Highway 413 (


Vaughan councillor tells MPP she ‘respectfully’ disagrees on ‘moving forward’ with Highway 413 (


Queen’s Park awaits development proposal that critics fear would shrink the Greenbelt (


Graywood Developments LP announces Final Closing of Graywood Fund IX alongside Acquisition of three-tower site in Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (


Excavation Underway at Festival Condominiums in Vaughan (


Vaughan school is going to house the ‘largest sports dome’ in all of Ontario (


York Region News


'We can't keep doing things the same way': Newmarket seeks new development model for protected lands (


Step up COVID-19 vigilance, as cases increase with colder weather, York Region's top doc urges (


'First priority is getting kids to play' as indoor sports receive approval from school boards (


Here comes Santa Claus, right down Newmarket’s Candy Cane Lane (


GTA News


Brampton’s proposed 2022 budget includes 2.7 per cent property tax increase (


Toronto calls in the superheroes to help with vaccinating young children against COVID-19 (


Shop, dine local this holiday season to show love to Toronto's small businesses, mayor says (


Federal News


Clock already ticking on Liberal promise to introduce host of bills in first 100 days (


Nov. 15

Vaughan News


Mayor Bevilacqua on 105.9 (past and present) (105.9 The Region)


Vaughan councillors urge residents to reach out to Ontario as their power on development wanes (


Vaughan councillors urge residents to reach out to Ontario as their power on development wanes (


Vaughan firefighters respond to hazardous chemical material spill (


People are protesting Ontario’s proposed Highway 413 but Ford insists it will be built (


Ford government bets big on Highway 413, Bradford Bypass (


Rallies held across GTA opposing Hwy. 413, Bradford Bypass (


‘This is my future’: Residents concerned with environmental impact protest plans for Highway 413 (


‘Air pollution has no borders’: Protesters fight against Bradford Bypass, Hwy. 413 (


Environmentalists, residents join forces to protest Bradford Bypass, Highway 413 (


Unless we find a way to ban terrible dog owners, banning pit bulls is necessary risk mitigation (


UrbanToronto Updates from the Industry for November 12, 2021: Help build Vaughan’s Destination Master Plan (


Time has come to bring back in-person council meetings: reader (


Vaughan, King, Richmond Hill residents invited to weigh in on future of Mackenzie Health (


Mayor Bigger’s salary and benefits increased by 60% in four years (


York Region News


$86.3M affordable housing project for older adults in Markham 'foundation' of caring community (


Aurora banning overnight parking on roads from Nov. 15 to April 15 (


York Region extends deadline for 12-year-olds to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccinations (


York Region plans to double units in community housing pipeline (


York Region names new associate medical officers of health (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Industrial development proposed on Highway 9, near Schomberg (


Snow much fun: Markham debuts new outdoor skating rinks, expands winter pathways (


GTA News


Make road safety a priority, mom of Toronto preschooler hit by car urges city officials (