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Oct. 14

Vaughan News


Steven Del Duca: “Low property taxes and more community safety” (


York Region News


'It took eight years but we won': Newmarket woman, 100, who led fight to save clock tower up for award (


ISSUES: Next Newmarket council tasked with pay deep-dive (


Newmarket sells off community-owned internet service provider (


GTA News


John Tory touts his record while his rivals paint a picture of a city that's struggling (,,


The Original Santa Claus Parade coming back to Toronto streets next month (


‘Nothing was done until people’s lives were lost’: How a deadly city street has become an election issue in this Toronto neighbourhood (


Patrick Brown campaign flyer shouldn’t have our logos on it, universities say (


‘If we cared, we could do better’: Why the scramble for city swimming lessons is worse than ever (


Provincial News


Ontario weighs declaring monkeypox outbreak over, Moore says (


Ontario could see partial return of mask mandates if COVID cases put too much strain on hospitals: top doctor (


Federal News


Canada says U.S. holding NEXUS travel program 'hostage' (


Oct. 13

Vaughan News


Second edition of study ranking 16 municipalities development approvals process released (NRU)


Elections in Vaughan, Sandra Yeung Racco: “My lengthly experience at the service of citizens” (


What's happening in Vaughan, Thornhill, King Township and area (Oct. 14 to 20) (


York Region News


Happy tears in the laundry room: York Region initiative brings technology to seniors and disabled (


South Unionville residents say no to 41-storey condo towers on Kennedy BMW site (


King township mid-rise development will add density, protect natural heritage features (NRU)


Markham Mayoral candidate Don Hamilton shares his priorities for the city if elected (NRU)


GTA News


Torontonians are most worried about the cost of living and housing affordability, election poll shows, but those are problems city hall can’t fix alone (


The ugly side of a budget freeze: dead raccoons left on city streets for days on end (


Patrick Brown has survived past scandals. Will this latest controversy finally sink him? (


Is Toronto falling into disrepair? The city says it's in 'good shape,' but some residents disagree (


New research highlights opportunities for partnerships to drive Brownfields redevelopment (NRU)


Provincial News


All Ontarians Aged 12+ Eligible for Bivalent Booster (


Oct. 12

Vaughan News


YCDSB VOTES: Candidate Profile for Gianna Fracassi -- Vaughan Ward 2 candidate (


York Region News


York Region reports 7% decrease in collisions compared to 2020 (


Tears shed, joy relived, at former Richmond Hill mayor Dave Barrow’s memorial service (


Newmarket residents can win prizes by completing survey on anti-Black racism draft strategy (


GTA News


City to close emergency shelter site at 45 The Esplanade (,


City's problematic garbage bins still causing a flap (


Race to replace Mike Layton as University-Rosedale councillor a battle of progressives (


City of Toronto encourages residents to participate in regional transportation planning survey (


Mayor Bonnie Crombie renews call for Mississauga to separate from Peel Region (


Provincial News


Parents group looks to take Ford government to court over classroom COVID measures (


Oct. 11

Vaughan News


Vaughan’s mayoral race is wide open for the first time in decades, but there are few theatrics to be found (


Many Ontario municipalities using online voting despite lack of provincial standards (


Alleged 'illegal' truck yards in Kleinburg are hurting quality of life, say residents (


VAUGHAN VOTES: Meet Local and Regional Councillor candidate Mandy Rai (


York Region News


Why don't more women run for council in Stouffville? (


Aurora community raises concerns on social media over car fire early on Thanksgiving morning (


Residents urged to help rescue bird window-collision survivors in Markham (


‘I just don't want to leave room for any doubt’: Almost half of Richmond Hill candidates opt to shun developer donations (


York Region passes plan to fight climate change (


Police called to two rallies in Richmond Hill demonstrating against different candidates running in the October election (


GTA News


John Tory announces commitment to Toronto parks, critics cite encampment evictions, lack of basic facilities (


Oshawa activist confronts city’s first people repellant (


Advance voting opens for Toronto's upcoming election (


New strong mayor powers will give councillors less influence. Here is why some candidates still want the job (


Provincial News


Ontario school workers request no-board report, beginning countdown to strike, work-to-rule (