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High school teachers might go on strike

March 17, 2015

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express Secondary school students could be locked out of the classroom at the end of next month. In a speech to members over the weekend, Paul [...]

No more BBQ’s at park

March 10, 2015

City council has approved a bylaw that will see increased enforcement and a ban on barbecues. Councillor Amy England unsuccessfully called for a public meeting on the issue. [...]

No charges for Durham police

March 10, 2015

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express There will be no charges against Durham police after a man in custody in Oshawa reported injuries in November. A spokesperson for the [...]

BIA looks to expand

March 10, 2015

The proposed downtown Oshawa BIA expansion will increase the current 20-block BIA area to approximately 36 and will move the boundaries to William Street in the north, John [...]

Still no movement on pedestrian safety

March 3, 2015

It could take as long as three years to put in automatic gates or a mini maze for pedestrians at the level crossing at Wilson Road. 2015-03-03 By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa [...]

UOIT students vote to walk out

March 3, 2015

Jesse Cullen, a fourth year criminology and justice student at UOIT, talks to students at the main campus last week. Cullen is part of a group, Drop Tuition @ UOIT, that is [...]

Regional budget set for vote

March 3, 2015

Durham Police Chief Paul Martin discusses the 2015 police budget with members of the regional finance committee. The committee voted to send the budget for council approval [...]
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