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Keeping the lights on

December 11, 2015

The end of the year comes with many traditions. The Christmas holidays give families a chance to get together and share quality time with one another. New Year’s gives [...]

Swing and a miss

December 2, 2015

Baseball season is over, yet Oshawa city council just tried to crank a home run into the seats and the bat slipped right from its hands. The future of a South Oshawa [...]

End of an era

November 25, 2015

On Friday, the last of the Oshawa-built Chevrolet Camaros rolled off the line. And along with it, soon enough will come the end of 1,000 jobs at the plant. While the news [...]

Don’t turn to hate

November 17, 2015

The world was shocked on Friday evening by news that Paris, the city of lights, had been hard hit by a terrorist attack. Although not as big in the headlines, another attack [...]

Never forget

November 10, 2015

Today marks the day that we are to remember those who have died in the fight for our country, and the values for which it stands. However, unlike in days past where many had [...]

City must stand up for tenants

November 3, 2015

Something needs to change. There are a couple of buildings in Oshawa that have suffered neglect – so much so that the tenants occupying these structures live in horrid [...]

New day for Canada

October 20, 2015

On Tuesday morning, Canadians woke up to a changed country. The Conservatives under Stephen Harper are no longer in power, replaced by Justin Trudeau and the Liberals. [...]

Get out and vote

October 13, 2015

The pages of this newspaper and others have been filled with it. Airwaves of both television and radio have been filled with it. Many an Oshawa resident received a knock on [...]

Importance of computer literacy

October 6, 2015

In this edition, The Express has two stories that deal with computers – one that is good, and one that is bad. To start things off on a good note, the University of Ontario [...]
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