Canadian and U.S. authorities have broken up a cross-border marijuana exportation and money-funnelling ring with connections to Vaughan.
A German-engineered, robot-built smile available in Woodbridge? Not exactly, but close. Dr. Kevin Davis and his team at Davis Orthodontics are the first and only in Canada to offer SureSmile, a high-tech, digital method of producing precision braces.
It’s a family affair at the Vaughan Conservative riding association. Several members of the association’s board stepped down at its recent annual general meeting, making way for some new, yet related, blood.
Thwack. “Fore!” Ka-ching.
Like a soapbox cart hurtling downhill toward the finish line, the 2008 Great Maple Cart Derby is coming up fast.
York Regional Health Services inspectors charged one Vaughan restaurant with infractions under the Health Protection and Promotion Act on June 27.
Charges against dozens of protesting ex-employees of bankrupt Progressive Moulded Products were dropped this week. The workers had been charged last week with violating court injunctions that declared their blockade illegal.
Jade Scognamillo finished her record-breaking swim of Lake Erie so fast, the camera crews that were supposed to greet her were nowhere in sight.
Facing potential court-ordered police action, laid-off workers blockading Progressive Moulded Products have turned to the Canadian Auto Workers for help.
Plying the murky waters of Lake Erie with nothing but a swimsuit and some body grease is insane, right? So say Jade Scognamillo’s friends and family.
Sonia Facchini walked into the Hospital For Sick Children in September carrying a $1,900 cheque. She says she plans to do the same this year, but with a bigger gift in hand.
He’s not saying the mayor should quit. But, Councillor Alan Shefman says, “if I was in her position, if that was me, I would resign.”