Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 04:01 PM
Clarington has taken an important step toward reconciliation by installing a commemorative orange crosswalk outside of Town Hall, at the corner of Church and Temperance streets.
We invite you to join members of the Indigenous community, municipal staff, and dignitaries at the official unveiling of the Orange Crosswalk on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 4 p.m.
A land acknowledgment and offering of Semah (tobacco) will take place at 4 p.m. Afterwards, observe a smudging ceremony (blessing), and...
Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 12:45 PM
Whitby, Ontario – The Region of Durham has retained a third-party environmental engineering consultant, Malroz Engineering Inc., to take samples of the recycled materials used in the road base for the Newtonville Road Rehabilitation Pilot Project, to ensure they meet the Region’s expectations as blue box materials.
Newtonville Road (Regional Road 18) in the Municipality of Clarington was identified for an innovative project that uses recycled materials to reconstruct part of the road. Work on the...
Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 11:30 AM
With the generous support of the Clarington Community Funding Program, the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority (CLOCA) is looking for 30 volunteers from the Municipality of Clarington to help with the Conservation Area Trail Stewards (CATS) in the Creek clean-up program.
CLOCA launched its CATS program in January 2020 as a pilot project to help improve the experiences for our visitors. Identifiable by their yellow volunteer vests, CLOCA’s CATS visit various trails to pick up...
Posted on Friday, September 23, 2022 09:19 AM
Whitby, Ontario – Newtonville Road (Regional Road 18), in the Municipality of Clarington, was identified for an innovative project that uses recycled materials to reconstruct part of the road. Work on the project has been paused until further notice providing an opportunity for the Region to verify the recycled materials being used on the pilot project to ensure the project specifications are met.
The goal of exploring the use of recycled materials in road reconstruction projects...
Posted on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 02:21 PM
Whitby, Ontario - Durham Region Health Department is encouraging all residents living within 10 kilometres of the Pickering or Darlington nuclear generating stations to have a supply of potassium iodide (KI) tablets in their households. This recommendation is also aimed at pregnant and breastfeeding women, and parents of infants, children and adolescents as KI is both safe and most effective for these individuals.
KI is a stable iodine salt effective in reducing the risk of thyroid cancer in...