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Bringing Canada together

June 11, 2019

Despite a heartbreaking one-point loss in Game 5, the Toronto Raptors have been the feel good story of the past few months. A constant source of disappointment for fans over [...]

Bylaw flaws need fixed

June 4, 2019

When it comes to municipal councils conducting their business, the procedural bylaw is the Holy Grail. While there are ways to waive the rules of the city’s procedural [...]

A blow to public trust

May 29, 2019

A few weeks ago, an editorial in the Oshawa Express reminded the community to say “thank you” to police officers for all the work they do. After this past [...]

The show much GO on

May 21, 2019

When it comes to large transit projects in Ontario, commuters can never really be completely satisfied until they see the finished product with their own eyes. More than a [...]

To serve and protect

May 14, 2019

The 2019 edition of Police Week in Durham was launched in Oshawa on May 13, with a theme of “Proudly Supporting Our Police.” Police Week in Ontario is an annual [...]

Slow and steady wins the race

May 7, 2019

The majority of drivers are guilty of it. We are guilty of putting our foot to the gas pedal and surging much higher than the posted speed limit on the provincial highways in [...]

A win for the people

May 1, 2019

Prior to and after last October’s municipal election, editorials in The Oshawa Express took residents of the city to task for an apparent apathy towards municipal [...]

Students bear brunt of strikes

April 23, 2019

(Cartoon by George Longley) There is a storm brewing between the provincial government and Ontario’s secondary school educators as negotiations of new collective [...]

Cut through the “red tape”

April 16, 2019

In politics, there are always buzzwords flying around. These buzzwords are continually shifting depending on the day of the week, but one constant you will always hear is [...]
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