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Keeping an eye on the incinerator

January 7, 2016

Dear Editor, In an article “High test result thrown out,” you were discussing the stack tests on the incinerator and reporting that the levels of furans and dioxins [...]

Gens should pay their share

January 7, 2016

Dear Editor, In a recent issue of The Oshawa Express, I read of some of the hockey expenses that are being passed to Oshawa taxpayers. Items for use by the GM Centre are [...]

Congrats to Colin Carrie

December 26, 2015

Dear Editor: Congratulations to MP Colin Carrie on his successful bid to retain his seat as our local representative in Parliament. There are many who feel as I do, as [...]

Keep hydro public

December 17, 2015

Dear Editor, It was reported that Bay Street investors couldn’t get their money out fast enough to buy Hydro One stock. Shares opened up at $20.50 and closed at $21.60 for [...]

First hydro, what next?

December 17, 2015

Dear Editor, The sale of Hydro One needs to be stopped. Not just because of its gross undervaluation, or the increased debt through asset benefit valuation and unwarranted [...]

Hot line vs. snitch line

December 11, 2015

Dear Editor,   After reading John Peate’s polemic against Erin O’Toole and Colin Carrie, it is easy to see that Mr. Peate is, shall we say, somewhat [...]

O’Toole, Carrie missing the facts

December 2, 2015

Dear Editor, It is with something akin to amusement that I read the comments of Erin O’Toole and Colin Carrie with respect to their shadow cabinet appointments. [...]

What happened to South Oshawa?

November 27, 2015

Dear Editor, I grew up in the south end of Oshawa. I lived on Tremblay Street, and I went to MSGR Philip Coffee school, Lake Vista – which is now Cannon School – and GL [...]

You get what you put in

November 27, 2015

Dear Editor, As a 12-year resident of 885 Oxford, I am not sure whether it’s totally fair to put Davport Property Management on the same low level as the slumlord owners of [...]
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