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Whitby putting plans in place to protect heritage in the downtown

Whitby is trying to protect its downtown heritage, while also creating a more appealing and upscale area. The Town recently completed its Downtown Heritage Conservation Study, and once implemented the […]

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Pickering company awarded contract to collect garbage in Toronto

After much debate on Monday, Toronto City Council voted in favour of privatizing garbage pick up from Yonge Street west to the Humber River, north to Steeles Avenue and south […]

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Whitby building permits down in September

Building permit sales were down in Whitby last month compared with a year earlier. The town issued 73 permits, a fair drop from the 96 sold in 2010. Despite the […]

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Oshawa collects over $18 million in building permits for August

Big numbers from the city of Oshawa as the totals for new building permits in the month of August were released. Almost $18.8 million has come in, including $11 million in […]

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LHEARN Centre opens at Lakeridge Health Oshawa

The doors of the new Lakeridge Health Education and Research Network Centre are now open. The $6.6 million facility features a 210-seat lecture hall, classrooms, conference rooms, health sciences library […]

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Durham Region Experiences Healthy Sales Growth

DURHAM REGION, October 6, 2011 – Durham Region REALTORS® reported 870 sales in September, up 6% when compared to 815 sales in August. “Although the number of active listings remains […]

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Durham College approved for $750,000 partnership with local businesses

A new partnership between Durham College and sixteen businesses in southern Ontario is aimed at improving productivity and competitiveness. The college was approved for up to $750,000 to team up […]

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Construction value for building permits in Oshawa down in September

139 building permits were handed out by the City of Oshawa in the month of September, totalling almost $19.5 million. $15.9 million was for residential developers, while industrial and commercial […]

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Durham housing remains affordable compared to the rest of the GTA

House prices in Durham Region and across the GTA are continuing to rise. According to Deirdre Mullen, president of the Durham Region Association of Realtors, the average price of a […]

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Oshawa’s unemployment rate continues to drop

While the national unemployment rate climbed last month, Oshawa’s dropped even further in august. According to Stats Canada the 3-month rolling average sits at 7.6 percent, down by more than […]

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