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Prof pens award-winning paper

September 8, 2015

Canada’s indigenous peoples have long faced devastating social and economical problems, and having entrepreneurial programs geared specifically toward them is not helping, [...]

Getting back to school safely

September 8, 2015

With students of all ages returning to the classroom, the city would like to remind residents to stay safe and be aware of what’s going on. Motorists can help keep the [...]

Watchful eyes behind the masks

September 1, 2015

Oshawa superheroes The Black Lamp, left, and the Nameless Crusader patrol the streets of Oshawa late on a Saturday evening. The two are members of The Katalysts Justice Crew [...]

In the business of finding jobs

September 1, 2015

Oshawa-based Northern Lights, which helps those out of work get back to employment, recently marked its 30th anniversary. Wendy Legere, Northern Lights CEO, says the company [...]

City set to recognize reign of queen

September 1, 2015

Prince George, Duke of Kent, speaks in Oshawa during a 1940 visit, the lone royal visit in recent history. The city will be marking the reign of Queen Elizabeth II next week [...]

Too young for cancer

September 1, 2015

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express When we think about cancer, we often think about those that are already adults, having plenty of life experiences and memories behind [...]

Local family looks to pay it forward

August 25, 2015

Trevor Grant and Jamie Barrette have struggled the past few months to get a specialized and highly expensive baby formula for their twins Grayson (pictures) and Shaylyn [...]

Epilepsy Durham Region needs volunteers

August 25, 2015

Epilepsy Durham Region is seeking volunteers to assist for its monthly community education program. The program runs on the first Monday of the month at the group’s Oshawa [...]
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