Forty one affordable housing units will be coming to Durham, federal and regional officials announced Wednesday.
Sixty residents remain displaced following an apartment fire that broke out on Ritson Road in Oshawa Saturday.
A barbershop owner says he spent his personal savings to keep his business open.
The organization has hired two geriatric nurses to deliver rapid, front-line interventions in Oshawa.
After originally opting of out allowing cannabis retailers in 2018, Pickering now has its very first cannabis store.
A family is pleading for the public’s help in finding the suspects responsible for their son’s death in 2018.
While most non-essential retailers are preparing to reopen amid eased COVID-19 restrictions, Julian Holman says Friday will be the Pickering location’s grand opening in a sense.
The bill is intended to help victims of the illegal sex trade by expanding police authority so that officers can question anyone they deem relevant to an investigation.
Alyssa Skan at Cornerstone in Oshawa says it’s crucial for homeless individuals to get vaccinated against COVID-19, not only to protect themselves but to keep shelters open.
Durham MPP Lindsey Park says Bill 251, aimed at improving police tools needed to investigate human trafficking, was debated for its third reading in the legislature Wednesday.
After receiving a number of complaints, Oshawa city staff say they will be tearing down a makeshift healing lodge Thursday, ‘we don’t know (it is) safe for people to use.”
Atkinson says while looking for a dog to purchase, he came across numerous ‘dodgy ads’ from online sellers.
While Skopyk says while the last year has been exhausting, her concern for Oshawa’s most vulnerable keeps her going.
“I thought, ‘what’s going to become of me?’ I thought my lifespan had just been shortened immensely.”
“Rapid testing would be another way, another method to catch some COVID-19 on a totally optional basis to prevent another potential lockdown.”