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Feb. 25

Vaughan News


Creating a more walkable, bikeable Vaughan (


Food Bank of York Region volunteer collects 9,186 pounds of food donations through food drive initiatives (


Are Speculation Taxes Coming To New Brunswick Canada? (


York Region News


York Region's top doc says province should wait before taking masks off (


'Flawed and broken': York Region calls for end to province's planning tribunal (


Business boost: Georgina seeking input on economic recovery (


Markham, Barrie fire dispatch agreement ‘major step’ to modernizing fire protection (


Newmarket branches out with new tree protection bylaw (


‘A week for unsung heroes’: Richmond Hill MPP’s private bill appreciates non-profit sectors’ hard work (


Richmond Hill's noise regulations for construction activity back in effect (


GTA News


‘It’s like David and Goliath’: Doug Ford’s new highways will fuel demand for gravel from GTA quarries. Local residents are fighting the spread of the mines (


Federal News


Trudeau announces sanctions to punish Russia for its 'horrific' attack on Ukraine (,,


First Canadian vaccine approved for COVID (

Feb. 24

Vaughan News


City: After ‘significant advancements,’ Vaughan Super Trail is 42 per cent complete (


City: After ‘significant advancements,’ Vaughan Super Trail is 42 per cent complete (


Shliach Receives Award During Community Campaign (


‘Parlous Times’ (NRU)


In Brief (NRU)


Brampton council renews calls on Ford government for ‘fair deal’ on auto insurance rates for residents (


York Region News


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? High-density mixed-use development proposed at 16th Ave near Yonge (


'What a sin': York Regional Police union 'shed' demolished in Newmarket to make way for houses (


Free virtual tax clinics available at Richmond Hill Public Library (


GTA News


City of Toronto out almost $600K in unpaid rent from 2 businesses due to 'administrative oversight' (


The good and bad news on Omicron subvariant BA.2 as it continues to spread in Ontario (


Provincial News


Ontario lifts state of emergency it declared amid Ottawa occupation, border blockade (,,,,


Federal News


Trudeau ends use of Emergencies Act, says 'situation is no longer an emergency' (,

Feb. 23

York Region News


York Region webinar for parents with questions about COVID-19 vaccines for kids (


All Grade 11 students in York Region public schools to study Indigenous literature (


Despite 'glaring missteps,' governments have responded well to pandemic, Newmarket man says (


GTA News


'Stand with Ukraine' rally draws crowd in Toronto as fears grow over possible Russian invasion (,


Scarborough MPP denounces 'cowardly act' after rocks thrown through constituency office windows (


What two days with a radar gun say about Toronto’s speeding drivers (


Toronto area home prices up 453% since 1996, report finds -- with strong growth predicted to continue (


Provincial News


Ontario to scrap vehicle licence renewal fees, requirement for stickers (,,,


Federal News


Trudeau announces sanctions on Russia as Moscow ramps up pressure on Ukraine (,

Feb. 22

Vaughan News


Hamilton to spend $200,000 to hire consultant on best model for water billing (


Beaux Arts Gallery benchmark exhibition is back (


What’s open and closed Family Day 2022 in Toronto (


What’s Open and Closed in Toronto on Family Day (


What’s open and closed on Family Day (,


York Region News


28 York Region programs get Ontario grant to support local seniors (


'Supercharged demand' leads to soaring York Region housing costs (


Blue Door says impact of $149K fund from province was 'tremendous' in helping to provide services to homeless across York Region (


Municipal staff in York Region told to sign nondisclosure agreements over Premier Doug Ford’s subway plans (


Know someone who gives their all for Aurora? Nominate them for a community recognition award (


‘Rain or shine, we’re going to be out here’: Conservation area in King sees uptick in users during pandemic (


Richmond Hill council opposes Quebec's Bill 21 (


Provincial News


Ontario Expanding Learning on Black History (,


The province wants to ‘double the density’ at two York Region transit-oriented stations. That has locals fuming (


Ontario commits to 49,000 more HEPA filters for schools, child-care settings (,,,,


Federal News


Emergencies Act passes crucial House of Commons vote with NDP support (,,,