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Oct. 1

Vaughan News


City says about 1,800 trees were planted in Vaughan this summer (


City says about 1,800 trees were planted in Vaughan this summer (


Mississauga considers a plan to build a major soccer stadium (


York Region News


Newmarket Chamber of Commerce names new president, CEO (


People aged 12 and up will be required to show vaccination proof to access indoor sports venues in York Region (,


'He doesn’t want to go see a doctor ever again': York Region's extra COVID screening taking toll on some kids (


'Be allies for change': Newmarket leaders reflect on first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (


Screening instructions increasingly not followed with child care: Region (


'Our ticket out of COVID-19 crisis': Aurora upholds policy mandating vaccinations for employees (


Richmond Hill recruiting council compensation review committee for 2022-2026 term of office (


Newmarket residents urged to take part in 30th Run for the Cure fundraiser for breast cancer research Oct. 3 (


Masks, vaccines: What you need to know about Georgina's fall recreation, drop-in programs (


‘The conduct of councillors is out of control’: Name-calling, bullying and squabbling at Richmond Hill council has brought city business to a standstill -- with no solution in sight (


GTA News


Innisfil’s Development, The Orbit, Is Speeding up Plans to Start Building (


The great highway time trick (


Canada’s top court will say Friday if Doug Ford’s cutting of Toronto city council was legal. Here’s what you need to know (,,


Provincial News


Ontarians mark first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to remember horror of residential schools (


Federal News


Indigenous leaders call on Canadians to 'own your own truth' on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (


Cybercriminals are offering to sell fake Canadian COVID-19 vaccination certificates online (


Sept. 30

Vaughan News


Some Vaughan, King residents to boycott webinar on Hwy. 413, ministry encourages public to ask questions (


Some Vaughan, King residents to boycott webinar on Hwy. 413, ministry encourages public to ask questions (


MAP: Tracking COVID-19 cases, outbreaks in York Region schools (


What's open and closed on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Sept. 30? (


Vaughan Design Review Panel agenda (NRU)


York Region News


Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations required before players can play, spectators can watch (,,


Markham wants your vote on iconic public buildings, spaces (


Keswick's newest street named after fallen York Regional Police officer (


200-year-old elm tree at root of name change of new Lincolnville GO Station (


Masks, vaccines: What you need to know about Georgina's fall recreation, drop-in programs (


GTA News


Toronto announces COVID-19 vaccination policy for City contractors (


City's top doc urges Torontonians to keep Thanksgiving gatherings small -- again (


TTC union does abrupt about-face on vaccination position (


Keeping consolidated transit on track (NRU)


Finding its way back (NRU)


Ensuring growth pays for growth (NRU)


Partnering for public parking (NRU)


Provincial News


Ontario To Strengthen Mandatory Indigenous Learning in School Curriculum (,,


'Mild risk' prompts Ontario to recommend Pfizer over Moderna for those aged 18-24 (,,,,


OPP introduce new towing protocols in effort to curb corruption (


Ontario tells agencies COVID-19 rapid tests are only for workplaces, not schools, angering parents (,


Federal News


What you need to know about the new Sept. 30 holiday in Canada (


Sept. 29

Vaughan News


City wins two 2021 Smart 50 Awards (


Vaughan Emerges as an Epicentre of Health Care Excellence in Canada (


Lighting the way to a more sustainable future - City-wide LED Streetlight Retrofit Program (


York Region News


33% of York Catholic school board staff, 14.2% at public board haven’t filled out vaccination attestation forms (


Markham Museum, Varley Art Gallery to welcome back visitors (


Richmond Hill to observe National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30 (


Georgina hosts Truth and Reconciliation event Sept. 30 (


Every Child Matters: Markham marks 1st Day of Truth and Reconciliation with online events Sept. 30 (


Newmarket considers tax increase to maintain infrastructure (


GTA News


Toronto's ombudsman to investigate homeless encampment clearings (,,


TTC claims employee vaccines disclosure refusal an illegal strike (


Provincial News


Ontario's COVID-19 case counts 'flattened' but exponential growth still possible if restrictions lift: modelling (,


Federal News


Justin Trudeau names Chrystia Freeland as deputy prime minister and finance minister (,


Sept. 28

Vaughan News


Developer acquires $10.7 million Vaughan land parcel for townhouse development (


York Region acquires 142 hectares of land and expands the York Regional Forest (


High schoolers will be able to run cross-country events at Woodbridge venue (


High schoolers will be able to run cross-country events at Woodbridge venue (


Where to get your COVID-19 vaccine in York Region -- Sept. 28 to Oct. 5 (


York Region News


Richmond Hill council eliminates waste bin exchange fee (


'Abuse will not be tolerated': York Region calls out harassment at clinics, businesses (


What is your fire alarm trying to tell you? (


GTA News


Toronto Public Health starts planning for COVID-19 vaccination of kids aged 5 to 11 (,,,


Oakville town hall one of few needing a double-vaccinated public (


Provincial News


Ontario Investing $100 Million to Help Tourism Sector Rebound From COVID-19 (,


Ontario eye exams cancelled as optometrists’ fight drags on (


Federal News


Annamie Paul is stepping down as Green Party leader (,,,


Sept. 27

Vaughan News


The Feed (105.9 The Region)


Vaughan MP Sorbara feels pressure to ‘pick up the baton’ (


‘I won’t let you down’: Newly elected MP for King-Vaughan to take affordability issues to Ottawa (


York Region News


Markham now requires proof of vaccination at indoor recreation facilities (,


York Region receives top AAA credit rating (


York Region school board to give lessons on mental health for all grades (


'Transformative change': Troubled York Region Children's Aid Society names new leader (


‘Are you telling me that in 2021 stories about same-sex couples need parental guidance’ (


'Painful legacy': Aurora to reflect on residential schools, Indigenous reconciliation at Sept. 30 event (


Lighten up on the gas pedal, drivers! York Region roads will take longer to travel (


'Ultimate sacrifice': Markham unveils memorial to five fallen firefighters (


New centre for individuals with developmental disabilities opens in Markham (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Proposal seeks to increase highrise height near Bayview, Elgin Mills (


New temporary drive test centre opens in East Gwillimbury (


Newmarket Truth and Reconciliation event to honour lost children and survivors of residential schools (


GTA News

City staff top overall Toronto vaccination rate with 88 per cent fully dosed employees (


Provincial News


Public Accounts Confirms Historic Investments to Support People and Jobs (News.,


Ontario Cautiously Easing Capacity Limits in Select Settings Where Proof of Vaccination is Required (,


Anti-vaxxers don’t have a right to accommodations, Ontario human rights watchdog says (