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June 2

Vaughan News


City of Vaughan considers funding key fob protective bags to combat auto theft (


Urban centres Expo City at VMC, Promenade Mall in Thornhill poised to receive noise exemptions (


York Region News


It’s time to break out the bike: Cycle Aurora gears up for summer of biking challenges (


Culture, recreation-based initiatives could get up to $10K from Aurora’s new community grant program (


Portion of Newmarket's Main Street closed early morning of June 5 for summer flowers to be put out (


'It's just human power': Newmarket celebrates Bike Day (


Markham’s Buttonville Airport to close this fall (


GTA News


Toronto mayoral campaign event cancelled after security threat; suspect arrested (,,


Counterfeits, photocopies: Toronto police crack down on accessible parking permit fraud (


June 1

Vaughan News


What's happening in Vaughan, Thornhill, Richmond Hill and King (June 2 to 8) (


Committee agendas (NRU)


OLT news (NRU)


York Region News


Doug Ford will attend York Pride parade amid flag controversy (,


Nominations open for Stouffville Citizen and Sportsperson of the Year (


Stouffville set to get large outdoor trampoline park at Bruce's Mill Conservation Area (


Got questions about the Bradford Bypass? Town halls planned in York Region, Bradford (


June packed with fun, including family swims, Pride, seniors socials (


GTA News


Toronto multiplex policy aimed at boosting housing welcomed by observers (


Mississauga’s first Bill 109 development application not appearing to move faster (NRU)


Staff report reveals just 19 per cent of Peel’s core housing need is being met (NRU)


Provincial News


New report identifies different stumbling block to achieving housing affordability in Ontario (NRU)


Federal News


Trudeau government proclaims annual day against gun violence (


May 31

Vaughan News


City recognizing contributions made to community with Order of Vaughan award (


Vaughan student gets opportunity to participate in legislative page program (


Owen Sound gets feedback at development charge public meeting (


York Region News


York Catholic District School Board is 'unsafe' for LGBTQ+ community, Pflag says after Pride flag vote (,,,,


Coordination needed to ensure Bill 60 avoids ‘whack-a-mole’ scenario: Mackenzie Health CEO (


‘YRT is gambling with her health’: Markham wheelchair user struggles with accessible public transit (


Seniors can enjoy free, fun activities in Richmond Hill this June (


Newmarket library hosts its first drag queen story time June 3 for children and families (


Markham deputy mayor Michael Chan sues CSIS, 2 leakers, 2 reporters (


GTA News


More than 30 new pickleball courts could soon open in Toronto (


Provincial News


Ontario abandons proposal to sever farmland lots in response to farmer opposition (


Federal News


John Hannaford named new clerk of the Privy Council, as Janice Charette retires (,


May 30

York Region News


York Catholic District School Board votes against flying the Pride flag in June (,,,


Lake Simcoe feels the love with Georgina Island First Nation paddling event (


4 things to come out of the May 23 Aurora council meeting (


‘Love wins, always’ Georgina Pride hosts slew of rainbow activities throughout June (


GTA News


Mississauga considers pushing federal government for change to O Canada (


Worst 10 roads in Ontario include streets in Hamilton and Toronto (


Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow maintains large lead in latest polls (


Provincial News


Time running out for Ontario to formally request Pickering nuclear power station extension (


May 29

Vaughan News


The Feed (105.9 The Region)


York Region News


York Region won’t take Aurora to tribunal over proposed shelter (


York Region to consider vacant homes tax to fight speculation (


PFlag issues call to action to see Pride flags at York Catholic schools (


Markham sports club set to host 16th All Community Games (


Canadian government announces $1.2B for energy efficient, affordable housing program (


Richmond Hill celebrates Seniors Month with annual free barbecue (


GTA News


Developers skipped the bill on necessary repairs to a Toronto shelter for women and non-binary people fleeing violence, city alleges (


Toronto city council voted against more gas-plant production. The province is making it happen anyway (