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May 12

Vaughan News


Vaughan Mayor Steven Del Duca presents donation of $20K to local charity (


York Region News


Housing York considers selling naming rights at its facilities (


Are smart traffic lights key to making York region roads safer? (


Grade 7 Glad Park Public School student becomes mayor of Stouffville for the day (


Beyond books: What Richmond Hill Library offers now may surprise you (


‘Keeping the community together’: Richmond Hill's Pat Pollock awarded for volunteerism (


GTA News


City council votes to keep High Park closed to cars on weekends (,,,


May 11

Vaughan News


What's happening in Vaughan, Thornhill, Richmond Hill and King (May 12 to 18) (


Committee agendas (NRU)


OLT News (NRU)


York Region News


Markham Coalition for Democracy stands up against foreign interference (


New Georgina art exhibit shows ‘all the warts and complexion’ of mundane images, marrying the lens with the pen (


Garage fire on Hwy. 48 in Georgina causes $50K in damages (


'Reinforce the safety': Newmarket considers all-way stop on Penn (


Richmond Hill adopts intensification plan for Yonge, Hwy. 7 (


Richmond Hill mixed-use redevelopment would connect seniors to their community (NRU)


GTA News


Goodbye yellowbelt: Toronto council says multiplexes can be built citywide (,,,


Clarington subdivision would create connections to southwest Courtice nieghbourhood (NRU)


Provincial News


How can Ontario meet its housing targets while also meeting its carbon reduction goals? (NRU)


Federal News


Federal government unveils new, heavily redesigned 'state-of-the-art' passport (,,


May 10

Vaughan News


Flag raising, car show events raise awareness for multiple sclerosis in York Region (


York Region News


‘Quite a ride’: Georgina holds first post-pandemic, in-person council meeting (


‘Unfairly unsafe situation’: Markham residents petition for snow windrow service to resolve winter nuisance (


Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville opens new accessible playgrounds at Memorial Park (


Black community to receive street name recognition in Newmarket (


GTA News


Toronto makes developers replace demolished rental units. The city fears the province plans to change that (


Scarborough councillors pledge support for SRT-replacement busway after residents plead for action at City Hall (


May 9

Vaughan News


Manufacturing the future, one innovation at a time in Vaughan (


Infill development may help to sort out the influx of residents coming to Vaughan (


York Region News


'Opportunity to set up for years': Stouffville Main Street businesses receive boost (


Visit cultural and heritage sites at Doors Open Richmond Hill (


'Fears' no basis to turn down Aurora shelter: human rights commission (


GTA News


TTC workers regain the right to strike (


Olivia Chow leads in the latest Toronto mayoral election polls (,


Gordon Lightfoot Square? Calls to rename Toronto landmark (


Provincial News


Ontario passes health-reform bill that expands private delivery of care (,,,


May 8

Vaughan News


York University leads groundbreaking research to ensure technology revolution leaves no one behind (


Too soon? York Region walks back its plans for tax on vacant homes (


Vaughan’s Operation Litter Ridder gets people out in rain to purge streets of trash (


York Region News


'Buyer's remorse': Significant development coming to Newmarket's doorstep, including on Greenbelt lands (


Save $1,910 in utilities a year: Markham unveils first net zero home (


Markham Public Library launches revitalized Black heritage collection (


Aurora council nixes study on moving town hall to square (


GTA News


Earliest-ever opening of Toronto park washrooms completed, says city (


Provincial News


Ontario to get $121M from federal government to fight gun and gang violence (


Federal News


Canada announces plans to place King Charles on $20 bill, coins (