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#loveyr

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The truth is, it’s hard to tell the story of this place. And that’s what makes it so special.

It’s home. It’s work. It’s play.

It’s people. A tier of government. A place on a map.

The truth is, for everyone who calls York Region home, the story of this place is different.

And that’s a good thing. A wonderful thing.

Because, despite being a collection of individuals and places,

we choose, each day, to grow together.

As a community – a symphony of stories and voices.

That’s why, in 2018, The Regional Municipality of York will celebrate this place and those who call it home. We will celebrate and bring awareness to York Region’s core services and the impactful difference we are making in the lives of York Region residents, visitors, businesses and workers.

Because we are York Region and, while we may be diverse, we all…#loveyr.


What we Do?

York Region is a two tier municipality. This means that the upper-tier municipality (The Regional Municipality of York) delivers specific services for the lower-tier municipalities. York Region’s lower-tier municipalities include Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, and Whitchurch-Stouffville.

Road Safety Week

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Ever heard of a staycation? It sounds like vacation, but you don’t have to travel abroad to explore new sights and sounds. May 14, 2018 is the first day of Road Safety Week, a week to acknowledge all the services York Region provides to help make our roads safer.

We're launching a contest to discover some of the great people and places located right here in York Region. Follow us on Instagram and tag a friend in the contest post to enter. For a bonus entry take a staycation and snap a photo using #loveyr! You'll be entered to win one of three $50 gift cards. Contest closes Monday, May 21, 2018.

Emergency Preparedness Week

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May 6 to 12 is Emergency Preparedness Week. York Region and our municipal partners each have emergency management programs and plans in place, including our detailed Emergency Management Plan. As part of Emergency Preparedness Week York Region residents are encouraged to plan ahead by knowing the risks, making a plan, staying connected and making an emergency preparedness kit. For more information, including what to pack in an emergency kit and how to receive local emergency alerts direct to your mobile phone, visit york.ca/beprepared.

Law Day

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Tuesday, April 17 is Ontario Law Day. The day is meant to enhance the public's understanding of the law, the role of lawyers and judges and empower the public at large.

On Law Day, Legal and Court Services launched a campaign to promote Regional service and help inform York Region residents of their options if they receive a ticket (also called an offence notice). Learn more at york.ca/tickets.

Earth Day Skip the straw

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Earth Day is coming on Sunday, April 22 and York Region is asking residents to re-think or skip a simple everyday action to support a sustainable lifestyle and healthy environment.

The theme of Earth Day 2018 is focused on consuming less, especially when it comes to plastic. Plastic pollution is a growing concern because of its impacts to the environment. Of the plastic products used and taken for granted, plastic drinking straws are among the most unnecessary. So, if possible, skip the straw.

World Health Day

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Saturday, April 7, 2018 is World Health Day. York Region is committed to ensuring that every resident has access to the tools and resources needed to live a healthy and balanced life. Whether we are at work, at home or at play, keeping our minds and bodies active and strong will lead to a more fulfilling and enriched life. Read some tips to stay healthy and active in York Region:

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day can be fun for the whole family! With creative crafts, delicious recipes and dedicated family time, there is so much to celebrate. From child development to nutrition and everything in between, York Region is here for you. We are York Region, and we all #loveyr!

Valentine’s Day

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day we celebrated all there is to love about York Region through our #loveyr campaign. Learn more about the important role that York Region plays in helping to keep the hearts of York Region residents happy and healthy all year long.

World Radio Day

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On February 13, we partnered with 105.9 The Region to celebrate World Radio Day. Listen to the interviews to learn more about this year’s theme of sports, and the number of programs and initiatives York Region offers to support a healthy and active lifestyle.


Follow us on social media and share your pride for being a part of such desirable community by using #loveyr.




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