With the federal election scheduled for Oct. 14, Vaughan Today caught up with Vaughan candidates from the Conservatives, Liberals and Greens to get their take on some of the issues facing voters. Here’s their take on our questions.
Barely two weeks on the job, Vaughan’s new Youth City Councillor is already busy representing her constituency while she breaks new ground. Sabrina Bruno was sworn in Sept. 8, the fourth high schooler — and the first female — to take the post as the voice of Vaughan’s youth.
The battle for votes in the riding of Vaughan has claimed a number of Liberal incumbent Maurizio Bevilacqua’s election signs.
Viva bus service will grind to a halt at 4 a.m. Thursday morning when drivers will begin striking.
A Monday-morning strike by Viva bus operators has been averted after a tentative deal was reached Sunday.
Preliminary work on the $2.1-billion Yonge St. subway extension plan is moving quickly and York Region Rapid Transit is wasting no time in jumping to the next phase.
The colonel’s chicken this ain’t. But it does have people lickin’ their fingers and coming back for more. Roasty Chicken Churrasqueira celebrated its grand opening in Maple this month, though the eatery’s Portuguese-style rotisserie birds have been flying out its open doors for a couple
Vaughan’s newest representative, Sabrina Bruno, took up her post as Vaughan’s youth city councillor last Monday.
Plastic water bottles have been banished from city meetings.
The City of Vaughan is gearing up for a head-on legal fight with its mayor.
Today you are a Vaughanian. Ever since John Graves Simcoe, Upper Canada’s first lieutenant-governor, gave Vaughan its name more than 200 years ago, its residents claimed no identity.
Ash trees in the Weston Rd. and Hwy. 7 area are under attack by an invasive threat.