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  • Prior to going on their summer recess, city councillors voted to suspect municipal rules so that a former depot, as well as the property purchased with plans to expand it, pictured below, can be put on the market as quickly as possible. Staff will also be bundling the properties together with one broker in order to save money. The site at 991 Simcoe St. S., next to the former Ritson depot, was purchased for more than $1 million in 2011.
    Prior to going on their summer recess, city councillors voted to suspect municipal rules so that a former depot, as well as the property purchased with plans to expand it, pictured below, can be put [...]
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    An investigation into meetings dealing with the Durham York Energy Centre has been completed. However, it remains unknown when the report will be brought to council and, therefore, made public. By [...]
  • Colin James, president of Unifor Local 222, says thousands of people have signed a petition that calls on General Motors to keep the Oshawa Assembly open. Negotiations between the automaker and the union are set to get underway next month.

    Thousands sign petition

    July 20, 2016

    Colin James, president of Unifor Local 222, says thousands of people have signed a petition that calls on General Motors to keep the Oshawa Assembly open. Negotiations between the automaker and the [...]
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    Rules broken by council

    July 20, 2016

    By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express The Ontario Ombudsman has confirmed what members of the public have been saying for months: Oshawa city council improperly closed its December meeting, and the [...]
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    Back from overseas

    July 20, 2016

    The anaerobic digester and biogas generator in Bourg-en-Bresse, France was one of several sites a group of regional councillors and staff visited on a trip to Europe earlier this month. According to [...]

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