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Feb. 10



Vaughan approved the 2023 Budget (105.9 The Region)


Festival Condominiums Phase 1 Rising, Phase 2 Reaches Ground Level in South VMC (


‘Cutting edge’ code of conduct marks last of JI recommendations (


York Region News


Province invests $30 million to support York Region’s COVID recovery (


York Region wants your help to make roads safer (


‘We’re all in this together’: Iranian-Canadian artists fight for freedom through public art in Richmond Hill (


Remembering Betty Pedersen, former Aurora councillor and longtime volunteer (


Attention all Richmond Hill-based artists (


GTA News


Allegations of municipal fraud, waste higher than ever: Toronto Auditor General (


Toronto extends vacant home tax deadline, over 10% of property owners non-compliant (


Hazel McCallion will lie in state at Mississauga City Hall before state funeral (


Provincial News


Ontario consumers to pay new recycling fee on pop cans and other beverages starting April 1 (


Ontario legislature eyes full shutdown for $1B in major renovations (


Feb. 9



Vaughan celebrates Black History Month with events throughout February (


In brief (NRU)


Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)


Committee agendas (NRU)


York Region News


Markham Fire and Emergency Services Chief Adam J. Grant named Ontario’s Chief of the Year (


York Region, Aurora residents at odds over new emergency housing (


Markham exploring the possibility of implementing a community planning permit system (NRU)


GTA News


Controversial north Yonge bike lanes made permanent by city council (


Toronto police warn dog owners of possible ‘hazardous substance’ at High Park (


Toronto city council scraps proposal to keep warming spaces open 24-7 until April (,,,


Provincial News


Doug Ford government interfered in Metrolinx tree removal communications, emails show (

Feb. 8



Vaughan's Vitanova Foundation to get makeover with help from Ontario government (


York Region News


East Gwillimbury, Enbridge provide smoke alarms to York Region CAS (


‘Hate against one of us is hate against us all’: King City students learn about dangers of hate, intolerance (


'Newmarket is tattooed on my soul': Once Canada's longest-serving councillor, Dave Kerwin dies (,


GTA News


CafeTO served a reprieve as Toronto council approves phasing in new permit fees over three years (


Toronto City Council votes to explore new revenue options, including parking levy (


Federal News


Trudeau offers premiers $46.1 billion in new money over next decade for health care (,,


Feb. 7



Alcalde de Vaughan, Steven Del Duca (Latin Life News)


Vaughan-based Canada’s Wonderland to hire 4,000 people for 2023 season (


York Region News


Stouffville pilots additional educational signs for Wendat village site (


Newmarket deputy mayor promised to work to keep tax increase to 2%, but that doesn't appear likely (


GTA News


More than one third of Toronto’s condos are owned by investors, new StatCan report finds (


‘I hope lessons will be learned from this’: Moss Park mourns the loss of 61 trees cut down by Metrolinx (


Protest outside Toronto City Hall today renews call for more social housing, shelter (


Provincial News


Masking alone wouldn’t have eased respiratory virus surge in the fall: PHO document (


Feb. 6



Vaughan Celebrates Winterfest (CP24)


Ribbon-cutting taking place at Sports Village tonight (680 News)


Stay safe and stay warm this winter with these fire prevention tips (


'Need to build more': Newmarket mayor calls for more shelters, housing (


'A bit disturbing': LTC workers plead their case to York council (,


City of Vaughan renames archives and records management (


Doug Ford government asks hundreds of landowners for ‘permission’ to evaluate Highway 413 site (


York Region News


‘Running out of runway’: Bill 23 will cost Richmond Hill $330M in revenue loss over 10 years (


WHAT’S GOING ON HERE? 5 residential units proposed in historic William Sutton House on Woodbine Avenue (


'We want police culture to change': Newmarket African Caribbean Canadian Association chair calls for action (


East Gwillimbury considers ways to boost voter turnout after double-digit decline in 2022 (


'Somebody knew something': More questions arise about former King Greenbelt lands proposed for future hospital (


Markham councillor's spring gala celebrates Year of the Rabbit in community (


Nominations now open for 2023 King Volunteer Appreciation Awards (


‘I felt it is challenging the Chinese community and mocking us’: Derogatory graffiti at Markham mall brings up unpleasant memories for resident (


GTA News


Toronto city council considering keeping warming centres open for the rest of winter (


Metrolinx's Osgoode Hall tree removal on pause as court grants injunction (,,


Provincial News

Marit Stiles officially confirmed as Ontario NDP leader by majority vote (,,