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A decade of donations

August 4, 2015

The Oshawa Horseless Carriagemen serenaded students in Durham College’s communicative disorders assistant program to help celebrate the Barbershop Harmony [...]

Dom’s continues Autofest support

August 4, 2015

Dom’s Auto Parts has once again signed on as a sponsor for this year’s Autofest. From front: Rosie Chamberlain, parts specialist; Mike Williams with the Motor [...]

New health sciences dean at UOIT

August 4, 2015

Dr. Lori Livingstone Effective in November, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology will have a new dean of health sciences. Dr. Lori Livingstone, currently a [...]

More to prostate cancer than Movember

August 4, 2015

When I was first told that the health page for this edition was going to cover prostate cancer, I admit that I was a little loss on the timing. When I think of a time to [...]

Harry’s last stand comes to Oshawa

July 28, 2015

Harry Leslie Smith, a social democracy advocate, speaks at a recent event in Regina. Smith will be in Oshawa tonight, July 29, as part of a speaking tour through the [...]

Hitting the high seas

July 28, 2015

Former GM worker Ace Pixley and his dog Marion are set to hit the high seas to make his way down to Panama, where he plans to retire. He says the upcoming adventure has been [...]

Safety award for cop

July 28, 2015

Const. Chris Ludlow is the recipient of the 2015 Award of Excellence from the Public Safety Unit. Durham police officer Const. Chris Ludlow recently received the Public [...]

For crying out loud

July 28, 2015

City crier Bill McKee, seen earlier this year at the Father’s Day parade, came in second at an international town crier competition in Pennsylvania. City crier Bill [...]

Centre open for business

July 28, 2015

Randy Henry (left) and his son Kurt with Mortgage Centre in Courtice stand with Clarington Mayor Adrian Foster as they cut the ribbon on their newly renovated office at 2727 [...]
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