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No ease in traffic congestion for now

July 14, 2015

Council will not decide on the future of the Transportation Master Plan, which looks at improving the city’s roads and transportation networks over the next 15 years, [...]

Appeal quashed in sexual assault case

July 14, 2015

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express An Oshawa man appealing his conviction in a sexual assault case has had his sentence upheld. Tyler Perkins was sentenced to six years [...]

DC social media savvy

July 14, 2015

Durham College is ranking high in the technology world. The college was recently ranked among the top 20 performing Canadian post-secondary institutions on Facebook and [...]

Trent, DC sign agreement

July 14, 2015

Dr. Leo Groarke, left, president of Trent University, and Don Lovisa, president of Durham College, sign a pathway agreement between the two schools for students in the [...]

Welcome abord

July 14, 2015

Motor City Car Club’s Mike Kalynko, left, welcomes Dan Bradimore and the rest of the CK Collision Centre team as a sponsor for this year’s Autofest. Bradimore [...]

Bronze on home soil

July 14, 2015

Canadian weightlifter Jessica Ruel yells as she pushes to complete a snatch lift of 81 kilograms, or a little less than 180 pounds. Ruel would finish fifth in the 53-kilogram [...]

Appleby, Brodeau off to Blues camp

July 14, 2015

Goaltender Jeremy Brodeur watches for the puck during a scrimmage at the recent St. Louis Blues’ prospect camp in Missouri. The guardians of the Gens’ goalposts for [...]

Worth playing the game?

July 14, 2015

Well, after months of waiting, the Pan Am Games have finally arrived. And after billions of dollars spent, drivers inconvenienced through HOV lanes and the like, how has the [...]

Is climate change affecting you?

July 14, 2015

By Bill Fox/Columnist This past winter, with the windchill, the temperature twice went down to -40 C (which is also -40 F). Having just moved into a three-bedroom [...]
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