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Too little, too late

November 23, 2016

Speaking in front of a crowd of her Liberal colleagues, Premier Kathleen Wynne recently made a startling confession: the high hydro prices in this province are the fault of [...]

Taxation fatigue

November 15, 2016

Every year, governments on all tiers ask their constituents to dig a little deeper to hand over some of their hard earned money in the way of taxes. Next year, however, [...]

A win for now, but questions linger

November 9, 2016

Councillors were breaking their own rules inside the council chambers after hearing the news. They clapped and cheered as Mayor John Henry made the announcement that the [...]

A roof over your head

November 2, 2016

Housing is something that many of us in Oshawa take for granted. The idea that we can come home to a warm house with a fridge full of food is something that a lot of people [...]

Blacking out the truth

October 19, 2016

When word came that closed meeting investigators had found that two meetings held by the Region of Durham, both pertaining to the maligned Durham York Energy Centre, had been [...]

One size will not fit all

October 11, 2016

Wherever you look in Durham Region, there are signs of growth. New homes, new businesses, new roads. Yet at the same time, wherever you look, there are areas of improvement. [...]

We all need to help make the change

October 5, 2016

If someone were to tell you that you could do one simple exercise, complete it in a matter of seconds, and it’s guaranteed to extend your life, would you do it? Of course [...]

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 [...]
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