What can you do to #ChangeClimateChange?

Our actions today will help define what tomorrow will look like for generations to come. Since 2007, the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour has inspired many environmental changes across the globe, including legislation and actions to protect forests, oceans and wildlife. Here are three things you can do to help #ChangeClimateChange: Reduce energy at home […]

The Way We Were: Archives Collection and Image of the Month Series

The main role of the City Archives is to manage government records with long-term business value. The City of Vaughan Archives also collects, preserves and makes available for research permanently valuable non-government records from the Vaughan community that document the rich and diverse heritage of the City of Vaughan. Every month we’ll share pieces of Vaughan’s heritage […]

Canada 150

My Canada 150 story: Maya

Task force member reflects on travelling, fulfilling dreams and inspiring harmony in the community Living 15 years in Vaughan, Canada allows my family and me to reflect on what Canada means to us. Arriving in 2002 with three children (aged 14, nine and two) to pursue our professional careers, we dreamed big dreams! Nothing really […]

Kids can be heroes too!

Vaughan’s new firefighter summer camps train children for a career in fire service “Firefighters run into a burning building when everyone else is running out.” This common saying is proof that firefighters are human heroes – with superhuman strength. This summer, Vaughan youth can experience what it takes to be a hero at the City’s […]

The Way We Were: Archives Collection and Image of the Month Series

The main role of the City Archives is to manage government records with long-term business value. The City of Vaughan Archives also collects, preserves and makes available for research permanently valuable non-government records from the Vaughan community that document the rich and diverse heritage of the City of Vaughan. Every month we’ll share pieces of Vaughan’s heritage […]

Canada 150

My Canada 150 story: Antoinette

Task force member shares a family story of gratefulness and opportunity Canada represents the incredible opportunity to create the life you really desire and to become the person you want to become. Due to our diversity, multiculturalism, security and tolerance, we are one of the most desirable places to live and raise a family and […]

Vaughan launches Lobbyist Registry

The City of Vaughan now has a Lobbyist Registry. It went into effect on Jan. 1, and, for the first year, registration will be on a voluntary basis. The registry is an important tool that provides accountability and transparency to lobbying activities. The lobbying of Members of Council and staff on municipal issues can be […]