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Newmarket's top administrative boss takes helm April 1

Newmarket's top administrative boss takes helm April 1

'I look forward to working with Newmarket Council, the community and the great staff to continue to create, innovate and move the Town forward to deliver outstanding results'
Newmarket's transit friendly plan for Mulock corridor tracks forward

Newmarket's transit friendly plan for Mulock corridor tracks forward

Residents got first look at town's blueprint for development around proposed GO station site. Concerns included traffic and grade separation, parking, increased population and environmental impact
<b>CANADA:</b> PM changes his tone as second minister resigns over SNC-Lavalin

CANADA: PM changes his tone as second minister resigns over SNC-Lavalin

Trudeau named Carla Qualtrough, the minister of public services and procurement, as the acting president of the Treasury Board
<b>Letter:</b> Nix $715M sewage plant; reduce Lake Simcoe phosphorus pollution first by 50%

Letter: Nix $715M sewage plant; reduce Lake Simcoe phosphorus pollution first by 50%

'This failure of leadership to protect the lake is simply unacceptable and must not be allowed to continue'
<b>CANADA:</b> NATO target threatened yet again by military underspending

CANADA: NATO target threatened yet again by military underspending

Budget documents show the Defence Department will fall short more than $2 billion on the government's plan to spend $6.5 billion
'Small but mighty' group Bowl for Kids Sake <b>(12 photos)</b>

'Small but mighty' group Bowl for Kids Sake (12 photos)

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York has supported children in York Region for decades, but it is in need of more volunteers for Big and Little match-ups
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Periods of light snow and light winds with a morning windchill of -24C.
It's official, Newmarket; town settles on 2.95-per cent tax hike

It's official, Newmarket; town settles on 2.95-per cent tax hike

Budget strikes 'right balance' between investments and tax levels below GTA, mayor
<b>BEYOND LOCAL</b> Why more adults kids are supporting their parents

BEYOND LOCAL Why more adults kids are supporting their parents

According to Judith Cane, a money coach based in Ottawa, more adult children ranging from their 30s into their 60s are offering monetary support to their parents
Citizen reports erratic driver

Citizen reports erratic driver

36-year-old Newmarket man faces drunk driving charges