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Flash flooding hits downtown

July 13, 2016

Parts of downtown Oshawa felt more like lakeside property on Friday night after heavy rains caused flash flooding, leaving some cars, including this Nissan on Bond Street [...]

Canada Post lockout called off

July 13, 2016

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express Residents worrying about that long awaited package need not fear – postal workers will not be locked out any time soon. Canada Post [...]

No ice rink in civic square

July 8, 2016

By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express It divided council, but in the end, city staffers will not be looking into the installation of a synthetic ice rink in Civic Square. [...]

Destruction of history

July 8, 2016

First constructed in the mid-19th century, the home formerly belonging to Harriet Cock, one of Oshawa’s first female land owners, will soon be coming down to make room [...]

Leveling the political playing field

July 8, 2016

By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express A pair of Oshawa councillors returned from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) conference in Winnipeg with some good news for [...]

Rent increase caps set

July 8, 2016

The province has set the limit for how much landlords can increase rents for 2017. According to a news release from the province, landlords will be able to bump up rents no [...]

Compromise made on U-Pass rate

July 7, 2016

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express After eight months of bouncing between committees, post-secondary students finally have an answer as to how much their bus pass will [...]

“The rules are the rules”

July 7, 2016

Wendy Bracken, seen here at a November meeting of the region’s Energy from Waste-Waste Management Advisory Committee, is a frequent delegate at regional committees and [...]

Budget increase for transit project

July 7, 2016

The project to improve six intersections to better accommodate rapid bus transit has become more expensive. According to a report presented to a special meeting of the [...]
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