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April 1

Vaughan News


Making smart moves (


Toronto suburb with awful transit gives up and drives people to stations in cars (


On the right track? Vaughan looks to GO Transit rail lines to connect growing city (


A Massive Development is in the Works Beside Pioneer Village Station (


Hwy. 413 debate: Are electric vehicles the solution to climate change and traffic? (


ASSEMBLY PARK: A community that has it all, including quick access to Toronto’s core (


GTA News


Brampton council puts off decision on potential fireworks ban, exploring higher fines and other options (


Hamilton avoids inflation costs to bring in an average tax increase of 2.8 per cent (


Toronto Public Library to scrap late fines, calling them ineffective and a barrier to use (


Provincial News


Ontario considers expanding second booster shots but no new restrictions as COVID-19’s sixth wave surges (


Ontario has no plans to reintroduce mask mandates even as 6th wave of COVID-19 underway (


Premier Ford Welcomes Governor General Mary Simon to Ontario (


March 31

Vaughan News


Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)


Premier Doug Ford ducks Thornhill residents seeking his ear on Yonge subway extension route under their neighbourhood (


UPDATE: Pedestrian struck by pickup truck in Vaughan suffers life-threatening injuries (


Eight sky-scraping towers proposed to rise next to Toronto subway station (


York Region News


Filming of 'The Handmaid's Tale' in Newmarket brings $50K investment in downtown BIA (


GTA News


Masks urged as COVID rises in Hamilton (


Toronto is considering co-hosting the World Cup in 2026. But it'll cost taxpayers at least $90M (


Durham Region models five possible growth scenarios hoping to strike a balance (NRU)


Experts offer their perspectives on the present and future of accessory dwelling units (NRU)


Coalition of advocates pressing feds to release Pickering Federal Lands for park (NRU)


How much electricity did Oakville use during Earth Hour Monday? (


Provincial News


Ontario is Making It Easier to Buy a Home (


Ontario to give out rapid tests until July as science table head says 6th COVID-19 wave underway (


March 30

Vaughan News


Top 5 things to know since Vaughan launched its plan to make roads safer a year ago (


Top 5 things to know since Vaughan launched its plan to make roads safer a year ago (


Urban Toronto updates from the industry round up: Have your say, Vaughan! (


Man seriously injured after being struck by vehicle in Thornhill (


Why Highway 413 is a Bad Idea (


York Region News


Parts of central Ontario wastewater data shows increasing COVID-19 cases (


King accepting applications for community organizations grant program (


GTA News


Milton summer camp registrations starting April (


Several community-led infrastructure projects in Halton get much-needed funding (


Hamilton made a splash in building permits last year (


Toronto to launch crisis response pilot projects without police in downtown east and northeast (


Provincial News


Ontario unveils plan for future pandemics, ‘stiff penalties’ for those who resell government PPE (


Federal News


Federal government to release budget on April 7 (


Anti-Asian racism is soaring in Canada. These numbers tell the story (



March 29

Vaughan News


UPDATE: York Regional Police seeks witnesses to single-vehicle collision that killed driver in Vaughan (


York Region News


3 long-term-care homes to be built in Markham, Stouffville under provincial ‘fix’ (


Doug Ford government ignored Greenbelt expansion consultations, say critics (


GTA News


Number of City of Brampton employees earning $100K or more increases again: Sunshine List (


Ajax Black-owned business directory is now available (


Hamilton Mountain's Dr. William Bethune Park to receive $33,000 in upgrades (


Toronto live venues to get permanent tax break as music scene revs back up, city says (




Provincial News


Ontario to set speed limits on some highway sections at 110 km/h permanently (


None of the $100M promised to Ontario tourism businesses has been delivered (


March 28

Vaughan News


Mayor Bevilacqua on 105.9 The Region (105.9 The Region)


Here’s how much money some politicians in Ontario made last year (


Here’s how much money some politicians in Ontario made last year (


Here's how much money some politicians in Ontario made last year (


Vaughan adds its voice to those calling for Ontario Land Tribunal to be replaced (


Vaughan adds its voice to those calling for Ontario Land Tribunal to be replaced (


SmartVMC Bus Terminal (


Delivering on Vaughan MoveSmart ahead of schedule (


Single-vehicle collision in Vaughan kills 19-year-old driver (,,,


Member of Ontario Dump Truck Association stabbed at protest on construction site in Vaughan (,,,,,,,


Working towards COR certification while participating in the Health and Safety Excellence program (


York Region News


York Region considers changes to development charges (


Volunteer appreciation dinner in East Gwillimbury set for April 25 (


'It's getting bigger and bigger': New space for older adults unveiled in East Gwillimbury (


Newmarket giving limited number of burlap kits to residents to help control LDD moth population (


5 things to know about proposed men's emergency and transitional housing shelter in Aurora (


Georgina, Bradford West Gwillimbury councils making waves for Lake Simcoe protection (


GTA News


ActiveTO and CafeTO were both popular, but only one was about making money. Guess which city hall let wilt? (


Could a free public bike system woo drivers to ditch their cars? (


‘It’s like the Hunger Games’: Wait-lists for city toddler swim programs double after pandemic pauses (


Why John Tory’s re-election bid could hurt chances for a progressive city council (


Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown tabs Stephen Harper campaign chair to co-chair Conservative leadership run (


Provincial News


Ontario premier says construction underway on new Toronto subway line (


Federal News


Trudeau and Ford to sign $10-a-day child care deal Monday (