Aaron Wherry on Jack Layton’s final day on the campaign trail
The manufacturing heartland is ailing. Can it be saved?
With 51 precincts reporting specific estimates—restricting the count to media-reported figures and, where available, police counts—it’s possible to account for approximately 21,000 anti-prorogation protestors at yesterday’s rallies.
Economically besieged Oshawa has found something it can re-pin its dreams on: KISS
The Scene. No recession. No deficit. No need to worry. Just support the troops and buy more stock. In the midst of an election campaign, it was easy. Win the
I’m always pleased to learn when an university opens a satellite location in an urban core.
Having visited Brantford, Ontario a few times recently, I’ve seen first hand the revival
newsdurhamregion.com ran a story today on the failure of Oshawa’s controversial anti-student housing bylaw.
As predicted, the bylaw has created a student housing crisis with only 11 houses near the
Must-reads: Rosie DiManno on female police in Afghanistan, and on American troops’ enemy-making skills; Scott Taylor on Kandahar prison; Daphne Bramham on the children of the FLDS: Lawrence
Must-reads: David Olive and Don Martin on the auto industry; Dan Gardner on oil addiction; John Ivison on losing confidence in the Tories; Chantal Hébert on Jean Charest and Dalton
At least one person isn’t happy that a ‘student apartment’ building will be located near UOIT
Ontario’s chief human rights commissioner warns City of Oshawa about new housing bylaw
Bylaw targetting students will leave 500 homeless according to student association
Coleman blogs live at Oshawa City Council
Proposed changes would have forced students out of neighbourhood near campus
Mayor says residents want to get rid of all students
Search warrants are systematic discrimination against students: critics