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June 19, 2019

Guns and drugs seized from Oshawa home

June 19, 2019

Durham police seized two firearms and quantities of cocaine and fentanyl from an Oshawa home. (Photo courtesy of DRPS) An Oshawa woman faces numerous firearms-related charges [...]

Man stabbed while trying to sell meat

June 19, 2019

Investigators are trying to identify several suspects after a man was robbed and stabbed over a backpack of meat in Oshawa. On June 9, at approximately 10:55 a.m., members of [...]

Two suspects sought in home invasion

June 19, 2019

Investigators are looking for two suspects after a home invasion-style robbery at a residence in north Oshawa. On June 6, at approximately 4 p.m., members of East Division [...]

No fan of rainbow crosswalks

June 19, 2019

Dear Editor, Regarding the recent article on a proposed multi-coloured crosswalk at some location in Oshawa, I can think of nothing of less importance to be concerning city [...]

Are new plate designs needed?

June 19, 2019

Dear Editor, Can Ontarians afford Doug Ford’s changeover of the province’s vehicle license plate to “Tory” blue in 2020? After 45 plus years of “Yours to [...]

PC political ad panned

June 19, 2019

Dear Editor, I find it extremely hard to believe that Mr. Ford really thinks that a clean lake will affect climate change. That is all I took away from that ridiculous [...]

Cuts felt in the classroom

June 19, 2019

Dear Editor, My daughter is an educational assistant with the Durham District School Board. She has just been informed that her fellow EA and teammate has been surplussed. My [...]

More on climate change

June 19, 2019

Dear Editor, Once again John Peate’s letter on climate change is marked by half truths and outright misleading statements concerning both carbon taxes and climate change. [...]

Gens promote love of reading

June 19, 2019

(Photo courtesy of the Oshawa Generals) Oshawa Generals players were on hand at Sir Albert Love Catholic School to award the school $500. The school entered a draw during the [...]

City planning ward town halls

June 19, 2019

The city will direct its public engagement for the 2020 budget in a ward-by-ward direction. According to a report from finance commissioner Stephanie Sinnott, ward budget [...]
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