Canada’s fastest, most powerful supercomputer will soon call a Vaughan warehouse home.
Ash trees in the Weston Rd. and Hwy. 7 area of Vaughan are under attack by an invasive threat. The emerald ash borer has been found in the area, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced Aug. 28.
The potential union of PowerStream and Barrie Hydro Distribution would save the combined utility more than $5 million per year, a report suggests.
One male has been arrested and five other people are being sought after three separate muggings in Vaughan last week. On July 30 at about 11:30 p.m., a male was walking home from a bus stop near the Promenade mall when three people approached him, according to York police Constable Gary Phillips. One kept a lookout while the others went through his pockets. The victim wasn’t injured but his cellphone, wallet and iPod were stolen, police say.
Rib lovers rejoice. The Woodbridge Rib Fest is coming back for three days of music and, of course, meaty delights.
But official says MuniCard will survive Though wounded, the MuniCard was not dealt a fatal blow by a recent ruling from Ontario’s information and privacy commission, says the credit card’s president and CEO. Frank Miele said Monday the privacy commissioner’s report, which scolded the city
The city’s trade mission to China in March may be bearing fruit.
The ceremonial first shovelfuls of earth signalling the start of major construction on the Spadina subway extension are expected in late September, officials say.
Drugs and vice enforcement officers have charged a Vaughan man after uncovering two substantial marijuana grow-ops in York Region.