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Gershuny on ballot again

September 22, 2015

David Gershuny By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express When David Gershuny was first getting into politics, he came to believe that all the major political parties were, in [...]

Pay by phone parking launches

September 22, 2015

Instead of searching through their pockets for loose change, residents will now be able to pay for their parking spot using a smartphone app. Oshawa becomes the first [...]

New job for former AG

September 22, 2015

Two residents were arrested at a city council meeting in 2013 that saw the contract renewal of then auditor general Ron Foster dismissed. Foster was recently announced as the [...]

Animal welfare issues to be addressed

September 22, 2015

By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express As council continues to address pet and animal welfare issues after returning from summer recess, a new committee could be struck to help [...]

Oshawa sees rise in EI payouts

September 22, 2015

The city saw a 36.6 per cent increase in people receiving employment benefits in July compared to the month before, according to new numbers from Statistics Canada. According [...]

More debates next week

September 22, 2015

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express Oshawa residents hoping to hear from candidates in the upcoming election will have at least two more opportunities to hear what they [...]

Student union to host debate

September 15, 2015

Candidates from the NDP, Liberal and Green parties will be debating at the Regent Theatre on Thursday. The two Conservative candidates, Colin Carrie and Erin O’Toole, [...]

Brakes put on red light cameras

September 15, 2015

Red light cameras, such as this one seen in Parma Heights, Ohio, have been shown to help reduce drivers running red lights. However, a study commissioned by the region that [...]
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