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Making your voice heard

May 16, 2018

The voices of the people are ringing out at Oshawa city hall. Over the last few weeks, several contentious issues have landed themselves before councillors, and loud [...]

A free press

May 9, 2018

Recently, journalists across the globe had occasion to advocate, mourn and push for change. May 3 marked the the United Nation’s World Press Freedom Day, and across the [...]

Common sense solutions at the pier

May 1, 2018

The fact that the City of Oshawa and the Oshawa Port Authority are even discussing the possibility of closing the Oshawa pier to the public is a telling sign of a strained [...]

Bring on the food trucks

April 24, 2018

Oshawa, prepare your taste buds. No, it’s not another sour pill from city hall to swallow, but a rather sweet one (or salty, or greasy or all three). A set of new [...]

Give MLE a boost

April 17, 2018

Cartoon by George Longley Councillors love to talk about being proactive, and right now, they have a perfect opportunity to be just that. A recent report on the annual [...]

Stand with the people

April 11, 2018

It’s time for council to take a stand. For more than a year, councillors have kept quiet while residents have sounded the alarm and created quite a bit of noise around a [...]

Solid steps forward in opioid battle

April 4, 2018

Cartoon by George Longley For at least the last three years, the opioid crisis has been spreading across our province. Like ink running on a wet piece of paper, the drugs [...]

Union issues continue

March 28, 2018

It’s another week gone, another issue of The Oshawa Express and another editorial about bad relations between an employer and the union representing its workers. This time, [...]

Time for OFS to open the doors

March 21, 2018

(Cartoon by George Longley) The Oshawa Fire Service is one of the most critical aspects of our municipal services. The fire fighters are tireless crusaders responsible for [...]

Filling the gaps

March 14, 2018

Looking at the cycling infrastructure around the City of Oshawa is like looking at a broken maze, and finding a connective route from one side of the city to the other can be [...]
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