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A good sign

August 25, 2015

When word came that General Motors would not be making any decisions on the future of Oshawa Assembly until 2016, there was some concern among those worried about the [...]

Misplaced priorities

August 18, 2015

If the premier has her way, there may be a new line of deductions under CPP on your paycheques in a few years’ time. That’s because Kathleen Wynne is pushing for the [...]

Make your voice heard

August 11, 2015

Given the season, one looking at the above headline would think that this will be another editorial about elections. But no – there’s still another two months for that. [...]

Don’t vote on a short-term memory

August 4, 2015

With the long weekend, people were making trips. Some made trips to the cottage, some made trips to see out of town friends. One man, however, made a very important trip to [...]

Staring into a corner

July 28, 2015

The bug is once again in the region’s ear that they perhaps need to do a little spring-cleaning.   Open up the doors, air out the room and perhaps send a few councillors [...]

Will this time be any different?

July 21, 2015

Progress is an interesting thing. Sometimes, it comes in the form of policy – words that will set things in motion for years to come. Other times, it comes in a more [...]

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 [...]

Limits not necessary

July 7, 2015

At its final meeting before the summer break, a majority of Oshawa’s councillors voted against the implementation of time limits when it comes to asking questions of city [...]

Watch the back door

July 1, 2015

Any good hockey player knows, when you’re on the ice, you keep your head on a swivel. Well, Oshawa hockey and ice users should keep that lesson in mind with the most recent [...]

Title with teeth

June 23, 2015

Although still in its early stages, the Region of Durham – along with other regions and municipalities across the province – is looking at getting itself an ombudsman. [...]
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