OSHAWA – The City of Oshawa has lowered the Canadian flag to half-mast at City Hall and all City facilities to honour the victims of yesterday’s attack on the Danforth in Toronto.

“On behalf of City Council and the City of Oshawa, we extend our deepest condolences to everyone affected by this horrible tragedy,” said Mayor John Henry. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families and the first responders during this difficult time.”

The flags will remain at half-mast until further notice.

TORONTO — Today, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, the Honourable Jim Wilson, issued the following statement:

"Today, I presented Ontario's position on the national security investigation of imports of automobiles and automotive parts at the U.S. Department of Commerce's public hearing. I travelled to Washington to stand up for Ontario's auto industry, businesses, and workers.

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OSHAWA – Nominations for individuals seeking to be a candidate during the 2018 Municipal and School Board elections will close at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, July 27, 2018.

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Canada’s steel and aluminum industries are key contributors to the Canadian economy, providing well-paying jobs and key inputs for other major industries, including energy, advanced manufacturing, construction, and automaking.  

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OSHAWA – The third Oshawa Fire Services’ Car Seat Clinic of 2018 is taking place Saturday, July 21 at Fire Station 6. It is estimated that over 75 per cent of child deaths and injuries due to motor vehicle collisions could be prevented with the proper installation and use of car seats. Oshawa Fire Services is inviting parents and guardians who use car seats to attend an upcoming free Car Seat Safety Clinic in 2018 to ensure your precious cargo is safely secured.

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