Future looks bright for Your Solar Home after striking distribution deal with American utility Todd Kirkpatrick, a veteran of the high-tech world, went decidedly old school in 2000 when he bought Kerrydale Stables, a Muskoka-area commercial horse farm. It wasn’t long, however, before the long,
The warm sentiments of the holiday season moved a pensive councillor Peter Meffe to resurrect a seemingly dead mayoral task force report on the need for a women’s shelter in Vaughan.
The legal battle in the now-infamous 2006 mayoral war is far from over. The latest judicial battle won’t be settled until Ontario Justice Lucia Favret decides in January whether to order a compliance audit into Mayor Linda Jackson’s campaign finances.
Gino and Mary Ruffolo have filed notice of intent to defend themselves against the legal action commenced by the City of Vaughan on Nov. 20.
GO Transit bus drivers and ticket vendors are once again in a position to walk off the job and onto the picket line after rejecting a tentative agreement that had averted a possible strike earlier this month.
Following council’s lukewarm reception last week of the Off Leash Working Committee’s final report, councillors voted Monday to receive the report and instructed staff to begin choosing a site for the park.
Vaughan’s brand, including the venerable “The City Above Toronto” tagline and familiar logo, might be too old and tired to be effective any more, council members agree.
Councillors have been doing some comparison-shopping for new vehicles to add to their municipal fleet and voted Monday on which wheels to buy.
Council will move ahead with a plan to ban the use of cosmetic pesticides on private property after a unanimous vote Monday.
It’s all over but the counting. The passing of the nomination deadline for the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce’s 2008 Business Achievement Awards means the hard work of picking the winners begins in earnest.
Sonia Facchini and about 80 friends from Kleinburg’s St. Padre Pio Catholic Church parish will be paying a visit to the Good Shepherd Centre in downtown Toronto next Saturday.
A desire for accountability was council’s guide at Monday’s committee meeting as they voted to adopt a new Accountability and Transparency Policy for the city.