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March 31

Vaughan News


Group of dead geese in GTA test positive for bird flu (


York Region News


Every Child Matters rink board unveiled at Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex (


Ontario Human Rights Commission urges Aurora council to allow proposed shelter, avoid 'people zoning' (


Some residents unhappy to lose downtown tennis courts to pickleball (


GTA News


How much will we really pay for the Gardiner Expressway eastern rebuild? (


City councillors push for high-speed train along Quebec-Toronto corridor (


Provincial News


Ontario minimum wage to increase to $16.55 per hour on Oct. 1 (


Ford government promises fare integration between Toronto, surrounding regions by end of 2023 (


March 30

Vaughan News


Mayor Del Duca issues call-to-action to fight traffic (


Vaughan Design Review Panel Agenda (NRU)


In brief (NRU)


York Region News


York Catholic school board, parents respond after some argue against safe space stickers (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Uptown Keswick Parkette to become inclusive public space (


Mount Albert Road in Sharon closed until April 1 due to unstable soil conditions (


GTA News


Next Toronto mayor will need to deal with cuts unless feds, province help: McKelvie (,


Liberal MPP Mitzie Hunter to run for mayor of Toronto, vows not to use ‘strong mayor’ powers (


Proposed subdivision following regional trend towards more medium-density housing (NRU)


Durham Region unrolls five-year plan to support and modernize agriculture sector (NRU)


Brampton long-term care provider expanding facilities to create ‘Campus of Care’ for seniors (NRU)


March 29

York Region News


York Region gains 27,000 jobs over course of pandemic (


Newmarket mayor, deputy mayor getting pay raise (


Nationwide battery recycling contest kicks off at Markham campus with monetary prize for winning schools (


Town of Newmarket taking over winter tennis management (


GTA News


Toronto council to meet for first time since Tory resigned, confirm mayor race dates (


City councillor Brad Bradford to run for mayor of Toronto with a focus on TTC safety (,


No federal money in budget to help fill Toronto's COVID-19 shortfall (


Federal News


Budget 2023 offers billions for dental care, plus spending cuts and tax hikes to tame deficit (,,,,,


March 28

Vaughan News


House under construction in Woodbridge catches fire overnight (


Q&A: Photographer Meryl McMaster discusses her work, which is featured in Vaughan's McMichael Canadian Art Collection (


York Region News


Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville hires Sunny Bains as new CAO (


Ryan Reynolds set to invest in ‘massive’ film studio in Markham (


MPP for Aurora, Richmond Hill named to provincial cabinet (


Markham-Milliken Children’s Festival recognized among best celebrations in Ontario (


GTA News


Olivia Chow confirms she’s considering mayoral run (


City watchdog could soon have unit dedicated to investigating Toronto's housing policies (


Provincial News


Ontario minister defends covering fewer eye exams for seniors (


March 27

Vaughan News


Israel bestows Righteous Among the Nations award to York Region family at ceremony in Vaughan (


Vaughan's North Maple Regional Park continues to 2nd phase (


House under construction in Woodbridge catches fire overnight (


York Region News


'I couldn’t believe what I was seeing': Bird flu causes mass mortality of geese in Markham (,


York Region pays 'sunshine' salaries for 431 more employees (


New York Regional Police community support officers on patrol (


York Region exploring 'cultural change' to address housing needs (


Stouffville moves forward with $8.2M skating trail as inflation drives cost upward (


Richmond Hill council approves 2031 municipal housing target (


Stacked townhouse proposal in Holland Landing receives loud opposition (


Following a 2-week battle, Aurora library gives artist go ahead to exhibit ‘controversial’ work without censorship (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Bayview Park in Keswick gets new playground, swings, wood chips (


GTA News


City of Mississauga rejects applications for 2 residential towers because proposed buildings are too tall (


'It is absolutely ridiculous': Scarborough homeowner upset with repeated damage from sidewalk plows (


Toronto set to make hybrid council meetings permanent (


From a planned 22 stations to five. How did John Tory’s $8-billion SmartTrack public transit plan go off the rails? (


Provincial News


Premier Doug Ford Makes Changes to Cabinet (


Thousands of customers remain without power in Ontario following windstorm (,


Here's the really annoying thing about speed cameras: They work (


Federal News


New deal with U.S. allows Canada to turn back migrants at the border (


Bird flu’s momentum in Canada worries experts: ‘Potential to become a pandemic’ (


Tuesday's budget to include grocery rebate for lower income Canadians: source (