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Spring Market Has Sprung in Durham Region

DURHAM REGION, April 5, 2012 – “Durham Region saw 1,179 re-sale homes change hands in March an increase of 28% or 331 more sales than February. Oshawa and Whitby had […]

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Town of Ajax beleives new development isn’t nesscecary when it comes to urban sprawl

Ajax is continuing to fight against planned urbanization for northeast Pickering. Mayor Steve Parish says council supports the provinces direction, and believes Durham region already has all the land it […]

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Application rates soar at Oshawa campus of Trent University

The Oshawa campus of Trent University had some special guests on Friday, as the school’s board of governors was on hand for their annual general meeting. The major news from […]

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Whitby and Oshawa named among the top 25 places to live in Canada

MoneySense has released its annual list of best places to live across the country, and Durham Region is well represented with two municipalities in the top 25. The Town of […]

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Pickering opposes Province’s Seaton plans

PICKERING — The City is firing back at the Province over plans that would leave Pickering picking up the tab for infrastructure for the planned Seaton neighbourhood.   In January, […]

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Clean-up work continuing at Oshawa waterfront

Clean-up work at the Oshawa waterfront is continuing and Mayor John Henry says things are progressing well. He says the city has already taken back 27 acres on the Simcoe […]

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Whitby Ranks 16th in Canada’s Best Places to Live 2012

Whitby, March 23, 2012—Each year, MoneySense magazine ranks municipalities across the country to determine Canada’s Best Places to Live. This year the Town of Whitby ranked 16th overall. Canada’s Best […]

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Durham will get moving with Metrolinx plan

DURHAM — With 2.6 million people expected to move to the GTA over the next two decades, an extensive public transit system is going to be needed to avoid gridlock. […]

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Durham schools ranked in Fraser report

DURHAM — The grades are out on academic performances in Ontario’s elementary schools, and Durham schools are all over the map. The Fraser Institute released its annual report cards on […]

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Whitby pays a little more to offer a little more

It would be easy to criticize the Town of Whitby for hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra expenditures for renovations at Iroquois Park Sports Centre. Too easy, in fact. […]

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