They were all but ready to put on their gloves and make their way to their respective corners of the legal boxing ring this week. But with just two days to go before the opening bell was to ring, Gino and Mary Ruffolo learned their scheduled Feb. 28 bout with Mayor Linda Jackson in Newmarket court was postponed.
Vaughan fashionistas are in danger of being left out in the cold if the Hide House can’t turn around its financial fortunes.
Oren Kramer used to spend a lot of time in European hotel rooms playing video games on his laptop computer. It was during those frequent hotel stays — part of the reality of being a flight attendant for Israel’s El Al airline — that the seeds of an idea that would become Vaughan-based Ideazon Inc. were sown.
City officials embarking on future trade missions will be governed by a new set of official strategy, protocol and logistics guidelines.
Mayor Linda Jackson’s political fortunes suffered another major setback in the seemingly endless 2006 mayoral war — she is now facing a court-ordered audit of her campaign finances.
Ask former broadcast journalist Peter Kent what brought him to Thornhill and he’ll say, “Serendipity.” The truth, though, isn’t that simple.
Councillor Bernie DiVona squared off last week against three Vaughan residents seeking an audit into his 2006 campaign finances over what he called “dirty” and “disgusting” legal and political tactics.
York Regional Health Services inspectors closed three Vaughan eateries last week for infractions under the Health Protection and Promotion Act.