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Budgeting for downtown’s future

October 20, 2015

By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express Oshawa’s downtown needs a few improvements, and councillors want to be sure they are all considered when it comes to budget time. [...]

Building permit numbers down

October 20, 2015

There are less building permits being issued in the Oshawa area than there were a year ago, according to new numbers from Statistics Canada. According to new data, there were [...]

Winter weather not here yet

October 20, 2015

By Graeme McNaughton/The Oshawa Express There was snow blowing around in some parts of the city over the weekend, and temperatures went below the freezing mark for the first [...]

Tenants standing up to absent landlord

October 13, 2015

Raymond Fortune, center, stands with a group of other tenants outside their home at 275 Wentworth St. W. Fortune holds a stack of notices from the landlord for shutting off [...]

The future of health care in Oshawa

October 13, 2015

C-arms, such as this one, are the current basis of the interventional radiology department at Lakeridge Health. With the machines getting older and harder to repair, as well [...]

Fire hall budget on track

October 13, 2015

Three months into construction, the city says the new fire hall remains on budget. By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express After a few troubles getting out of the gate, the [...]

Mulcair returns to Oshawa

October 13, 2015

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair made his return to Oshawa, holding a rally in front of the General Motors Centre, days ahead of the Oct. 19 election. By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa [...]

Former PM brings red wave to Oshawa

October 13, 2015

Former Prime Minister John Turner, right, was in town recently to throw his support behind Liberal candidate Tito-Dante Marimpietri. By Joel Wittnebel/The Oshawa Express It [...]
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