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July 22

York Region News


Stay out of the water at York Region’s Cedar Beach (


East Gwillimbury opens new $1.3-million Children of Peace Park in Sharon (


‘Very proud of the work’: Richmond Hill’s Oak Ridges Library recognized for excellence in building design by Ontario Library Association (


New naloxone distribution program launches in York Region amid rise in opioid overdoses (


GTA News

Toronto city council not against strong mayor system, but wants more powers in certain areas (


Toronto council votes not to object to Ford’s strong-mayor plan (


Ontario should consult with city on 'strong mayor' role, Toronto Council says (


Burlington council approves tax on hotel guests in effort to boost tourism (


Roncesvalles BIA votes on festival renaming after community outcry (


Toronto trying again to fill Ward 1- Etobicoke North seat after councillor resigned last month (


Provincial News


COVID-19 Vaccine Bookings to Open For Children Aged Six Months to Under Five Years (,,,


Federal News


Canadian government will spend $1M to reach communities affected by monkeypox (


July 21

Vaughan News


The City's Economic Prosperity Task Force inspires sustainable economic growth (


What's happening in Vaughan, Thornhill, King Township and surrounding area (July 22 to 28) (


What's happening in Vaughan, Thornhill, King Township and surrounding area (July 22 to 28) (


York Region News


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Road works happening on Bayview/Prospect -- again (


Richmond Hill residents invited to play pickleball at 10 pop-up courts at Richmond Green Park (


Aurora introduces green building standards to guide future sustainable growth (NRU)


GTA News

Veto would be among expanded powers of Toronto, Ottawa mayors under 'strong mayor' system: Ford (


Doug Ford says Toronto and Ottawa ‘strong mayors’ could only be overruled by two-thirds of council (


Ontario planning to bring in ‘strong mayor’ system for Toronto and Ottawa (


Toronto city council votes to let cats roam the streets -- at least for now (,


Only 17% of Toronto's licensed for-profit daycares have signed onto the $10-a-day program so far (


Peel acquires decommissioned rail corridor to create new continuous recreation trail (NRU)


Oakville sets new development charges by-law as predominant new housing forms shift (NRU)


Brampton to add garden suites as permitted additional residential units (NRU)


Federal News


Inflation rises again, to new 39-year high of 8.1% (


July 20

Vaughan News


SmartVMC’s Park Place, A Smart Investment Decision (


Jamaican circus MASHUP brings bacchanal fun to Vaughan (


York Region News


York Region among richest municipalities, census data shows (


York Regional Police deputy chief in charge of investigations set to retire (


Canadian Federation of University Women Aurora/Newmarket garden tour harvests $27,000 for scholarships (


Have your say! City of Richmond Hill asks for public input in designing new ‘gateway’ on Yonge Street (


GTA News

Doug Ford to give greater, U.S.-style powers to mayors of Toronto and Ottawa (


Toronto launches legal challenge of Ontario law it says enables ‘accelerated evictions’ (


Toronto city council hikes development charges, adding tens of thousands to cost of new housing units (


City workers face tough job clearing park encampments, Tory says (


Brampton city council meeting cancelled after half of members don’t show up (

July 19

Vaughan News


Nelson Mandela International Day in Vaughan (105.9 The Region)


York Catholic District School Board announces its top scholars for 2022 (


York Region News


Firefighters going door to door to teach Newmarket and Aurora residents about emergency escape plans (


Richmond Hill community comes together to support Ukrainian newcomers (


Richmond Hill brings back drool-worthy Ribfest with award-winning ‘ribbers’ and live music (


GTA News

Patrick Brown announces he's running to be Brampton's mayor again (,,,,


Roncesvalles Polish Festival organizers reconsider name change after community outcry (


City council proposal would give homeowners up to $7,500 for storm flooding damage -- but only in one neighbourhood (


City of Toronto wants your feedback on issues, services and more (


Provincial News


Ontario government, education union begin contract negotiations (,


Ontario New Democrats will elect a new leader in March (


July 18

Vaughan News


Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service moving to electric, hybrid vehicles (


Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service moving to electric, hybrid vehicles (


Vaughan Public Libraries offering programs and services for seniors in the information age (


Camp Molly motivates next-generation female firefighters to succeed in life (


York Region highway closures for planned roadwork (July 18) (


York Region News


Not easy being green: a look at Georgina’s ‘wild, wild west’ cannabis market (


'Our goal is to create a buzz': Snap your selfie with Newmarket's Love Local sign and you could win a $100 gift card (


Richmond Hill community comes together to support Ukrainian newcomers (


Markham Platinum Jubilee Award recipient hopes to improve the image of realtors through his efforts (


Markham launches updated Diversity Action Plan and new Eliminating Anti-Black Racism Plan (


Justice of the peace may be removed from office (


Aurora’s Deputy Mayor position will be taken in turns, Council agrees (


GTA News

Toronto festival receives backlash from community after removing 'Polish' from its name (


Pop-up vaccine clinics offering 4th doses at Toronto summer events (


You can help save lives as part of Peel's new volunteer first-responder project (


Mississauga neighbourhood park set to be renamed after real estate mogul and philanthropist (


Federal News


Most Ontarians to receive climate payment from federal government (