A new, yet familiar, candidate will lead Vaughan’s Conservatives into the next federal election.
Gino and Mary Ruffolo have filed their statement of defence in the $395,000 lawsuit commenced by the City of Vaughan on Nov. 20. The Ruffolos’ 16-page statement, filed last week, refutes the allegations levelled against them and characterizes the legal action as “high-handed” and “malicious”.
Mayor Linda Jackson will have to wait a while longer to find out whether she’ll be forced to submit to a compliance audit of her 2006 campaign finances, thanks to a rescheduling at the Newmarket court.
Vaughan’s Conservatives are set to pick the candidate that will carry their party’s colours and hopes of victory into the next federal election.
A small army of health inspectors patrol York Region, working to ensure diners walk out of local eateries with a settled stomach.
Michael Radov has once again been named to the youth city councillor position, filling the vacancy left following the end of Steven Xu’s term in June.
The price tag for the proposed Yonge subway extension into Richmond Hill is estimated to be between $1.5 billion and $2.1 billion, according to a new York Region Rapid Transit Corporation report.
Sounds of banging hammers and whirring power tools will ring in the month of March at the Promenade Shopping Centre.
With memories of the holidays quickly fading into ghosts of a Christmas past, Vaughan retailers are taking stock of the shopping season that was.
Gino and Mary Ruffolo want the Ontario Superior Court to throw Mayor Linda Jackson out of office.
Parents who would lose on Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5th Grader? but have kids who need homework help can soon turn to a friend at a library in Ontario — without leaving the house.
During heated debate, Vaughan Today’s editorial staff made their cases for who they thought made the biggest impact on the headlines from the year that was. After a momentous vote, the Newsmaker of the Year, Noisemakers of the Year and three that deserve an honourable mention emerged. Love them or hate them, you couldn’t avoid them in 2007.