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Union takes protest to Kerry's Place in Newmarket

Union takes protest to Kerry's Place in Newmarket

Striking autism support workers and their supporters picketed outside the Newmarket head office of Kerry's Place today, marking one week of labour action
Newmarket joins region's communities to raise Wrapped in Courage flag

Newmarket joins region's communities to raise Wrapped in Courage flag

Take action to address gender-based violence in a meaningful way today for Woman Abuse Prevention Month and National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, Yellow Brick House shelter says
<b>LETTER:</b> Bill 23 puts more money in developers' deep pockets

LETTER: Bill 23 puts more money in developers' deep pockets

'Make no mistake, the changes in Bill 23 do not address the housing affordability crisis, rather they will simply put more money into the pockets of billionaire developers at the expense of Ontarians and the natural resources,' says Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition
Georgina man arrested in attempted robbery at convenience store

Georgina man arrested in attempted robbery at convenience store

Police say the suspect entered the store armed with a handgun and demanded money, then fled on foot empty-handed
Newmarket power company touts reliability after recent outages

Newmarket power company touts reliability after recent outages

Thousands of residents were miffed to be without power again, prompting a response online from the mayor and Newmarket-Tay Power CEO
Babes Who Brunch get disco glitzy in Newmarket <b>(15 photos)</b>

Babes Who Brunch get disco glitzy in Newmarket (15 photos)

Ontario passes housing bill amid criticism from cities, conservation authorities

Ontario passes housing bill amid criticism from cities, conservation authorities

Municipalities say it could leave them $5B short
Lanes closed on Yonge for Mulock Park project work

Lanes closed on Yonge for Mulock Park project work

The closures are between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., this Monday to Friday
Donating on Giving Tuesday supports isolated seniors in York Region

Donating on Giving Tuesday supports isolated seniors in York Region

On Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, CHATS is asking for your support of its Holiday Wish Book to help seniors who are socially isolated
York police leaders in combating online human trafficking: chief

York police leaders in combating online human trafficking: chief

In rejecting appeals of men convicted of child luring and human trafficking, Supreme Court recognized need for police to adapt investigative techniques to address rise of online child sex market, Chief Jim MacSween says