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More than just three simple words

November 5, 2019

(Cartoon by Lance Goosen) Lest we forget. These are three words that we hear every year around this time. But perhaps now, more than ever, those words are starting to take on [...]

A change that is worth making

October 29, 2019

(Cartoon by Lance Goosen) For those who wake up at the crack of dawn to start their day, the bright sunlight of summer and early-fall is now being replaced by darkness. This [...]

The people have spoken

October 22, 2019

(Cartoon by George Longley) The dust has settled, and Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have received a second mandate as government, albeit in a minority role. The Liberals will [...]

Get informed before voting

October 15, 2019

(Cartoon by George Longley) The 2019 federal election has been one of the most controversial, contentious, and interesting to watch in some time. Liberal leader Justin [...]

Having a two-way conversation

October 8, 2019

(Cartoon by George Longley) Featuring a labyrinth of one-way streets, getting around downtown Oshawa can sometimes be, at best, a nuisance for those familiar with the road [...]

A man truly worth honouring

October 1, 2019

It is a name that has become synonymous with the City of Oshawa, and continues to be to this day. And if things go as planned, it is a name that will forever be immortalized [...]

BIA request must be thought out

September 24, 2019

(Cartoon by George Longley) When it comes to a good idea or bad idea, the devil is always in the details. The Oshawa BIA has asked the city to consider moving Canada Day [...]

Oshawa – the right choice

September 17, 2019

In this day and age, a new hospital is an invaluable resource. Lakeridge Health is in the midst of developing its 2020-2024 Master Plan, which includes a vision of building a [...]

Take the politics off the table

September 10, 2019

(Cartoon by George Longley) The 2010s have been a particularly rough patch for the relationship between the provincial government and employees of the education sector. Back [...]

It’s never too late

September 3, 2019

Statistics from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health reveal approximately 1,000 students between Grades 7 and 12 in Durham attempted suicide in 2017. That amounts to [...]
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