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Y is a crooked letter

March 3, 2015

2015-03-03 By Bill Fox/Columnist When I was young and quizzing my mom on why I had to eat my veggies, she would always reply with this often repeated phrase, “Y is a [...]

Still no movement on pedestrian safety

March 3, 2015

It could take as long as three years to put in automatic gates or a mini maze for pedestrians at the level crossing at Wilson Road. 2015-03-03 By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa [...]

Scrubbed down and suited up

March 3, 2015

Chris Scott, left, a nurse from Peterborough Health Centre, sprays down Robert McDougall, a physician assistant from Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, during an emergency [...]

UOIT students vote to walk out

March 3, 2015

Jesse Cullen, a fourth year criminology and justice student at UOIT, talks to students at the main campus last week. Cullen is part of a group, Drop Tuition @ UOIT, that is [...]

Regional budget set for vote

March 3, 2015

Durham Police Chief Paul Martin discusses the 2015 police budget with members of the regional finance committee. The committee voted to send the budget for council approval [...]

Field set for OCAA men’s basketball

March 3, 2015

2015-03-03 The eight teams are now finalized for the OCAA men’s basketball championship March 6-8 at Durham College. The No. 7 nationally ranked Lords booked their spot [...]

Making a desk from a piano

March 3, 2015

2015-03-03 By Jennifer Weymark/Archivist The former home for the Henry family became the first museum in Oshawa in 1960. The home has been designed to exhibit what a family [...]
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