Connecting southern Ontario to high-speed internet with the Universal Broadband Fund

November 18, 2020   ·   0 Comments

The pandemic may have actually sparked a boost in internet service to rural Ontarians. And it can’t come soon enough for King residents.

York Region moves into the red zone

Stricter measures are now in effect for York Region.The Province moved York into the Red-Control zone for public health measures as of Monday.It’s all in ...

King supports GTA West transportation corridor

King Township has lent its support to the GTA West corridor being built south of King-Vaughan municipal boundary.King council voted to support the Ministry of Transportation ...

Muzzo’s day parole extended for six months

Marco Muzzo’s day parole has been extended for six months. The Parole Board of Canada made the decision to continue day parole for six more months and order a hearing for full parole. The decision came down Nov. 3.

Patios will go, but dining in may return

While outdoor patios will soon disappear in King, hopes are restaurants will soon be able to offer limited indoor dining.King Mayor Steve Pellegrini and Councillor ...

Ontario regional and provincial groups launch a new program to stop sprawl and grow the greenbelt

On the heels of York Region Council’s attempt to get the provincial government to open the Greenbelt to development, the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance (OGA) launched ...

MPP Lecce announces new school in Vaughan

The Ontario government is investing $550 million in accelerated funding to build 20 new schools and make upgrades to 8 existing facilities.As part of its ...

Local business to benefit from new federal COVID benefits

The federal government will soon be introducing legislation to launch new supports for businesses and organizations that have been hard-hit by the pandemic. The supports will help these pillars of our community survive through the second wave so they can continue to provide the jobs and services that make our region so dynamic.

York Region placed under modified stage 2 restrictions

The Region of York has entered modified stage 2 COVID-19 restrictions. The restrictions will last for 24 more days and came into effect Monday. York joins Ottawa, Peel and Toronto public health regions in a modified Stage 2, as a result of their trends in public health indicators, including higher than average rates of COVID-19 transmission.

Two Trisan Centre ice users test positive for COVID-19

King Township has been notified that two individuals that accessed the Trisan Centre for ice usage have tested positive for COVID-19. The individuals were at ...

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