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Mind your own business

September 27, 2016

The city has arrived, at long last, at the process of figuring just where, exactly, the new ward boundaries are going to be for the 2018 municipal election and how many of [...]

Good news from GM

September 21, 2016

After months upon months, years upon years of worrying, it appears that the future of the Oshawa Assembly can be put to rest. In negotiations that stretched past the midnight [...]

Rules need teeth

September 14, 2016

Well, the verdict is finally out. After months of waiting for the report to be complete, and then two more months of waiting for the Region of Durham to make it public, there [...]

Back to the grind

September 7, 2016

While the season may not be officially over until Sept. 22, summer is, for all intents and purposes, done. Class bells are ringing once again with schools back in session, [...]

Keeping voices heard

August 31, 2016

In two short weeks, the seats at regional council will once again be filled. The summer break done, councillors will be back to work at regional headquarters. However, this [...]

Looking back and looking forward

August 24, 2016

This past weekend was a glowing example of how great this country can be, and how great it will be in years to come. Saturday saw the likely departure of the most Canadian of [...]

Fighting for the future of Oshawa

August 16, 2016

As this newspaper hits the streets, some of the most anticipated contract negotiations in quite some time are taking place in Toronto. Unifor, which represents much of the [...]

All options on the table

August 9, 2016

While the city deserves a light pat on the back for agreeing to make the business case for the LED conversion project a public document, it raises more questions than it [...]

Report highlights council hypocrisy

July 27, 2016

Despite a damning report from the provincial watchdog, Mayor John Henry maintains that he and the rest of city council did nothing wrong when it closed a meeting back in [...]
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