Posted on Wednesday, September 09, 2020 03:00 PM
By: Melissa Brabant
Regional Marketing Planner, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario
The long-awaited hockey season is just around the corner. With last year’s season cut short, coaches, kids and parents are looking forward to returning to the rink.
Hockey parents can all agree, rushing to the rink on time, navigating the chaos of the change room and getting their player suited up, is hectic on a good day. With physical distancing regulations in place it’s tempting to suit up your player...
Posted on Monday, August 24, 2020 09:54 AM
Whitby, Ontario – The Regional Municipality of Durham, City of Oshawa and Town of Whitby, advise residents that the four-bag limit for curbside garbage collection will be returning on Tuesday, September 8, and that the sale of garbage bag tags is now available.
Residents can place up to four garbage bags at the curb every other week. To ensure your items are collected, and for the health and safety of our workers, please follow the below reminders:
Posted on Monday, June 22, 2020 01:37 PM
PORT HOPE, June 19, 2020 - In 1990, the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, in partnership with Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority and Lower Trent Region Conservation Authority, completed a Shoreline Management Plan for the Lake Ontario shoreline to guide shoreline management within their respective jurisdictions.
Shorelines are forever changing, and the 1990 Plan required updating to reflect these changes. Zuzek Incorporated, out of Waterdown ON, was retained to update...
Posted on Monday, June 08, 2020 11:26 AM
Whitby, Ontario – Join us on July 1 as we celebrate Canada Day the Durham Way—an uplifting, virtual celebration of the communities of Durham Region. This first-of-its-kind event will feature an exciting lineup of local performers and family friendly entertainment including:
Posted on Friday, April 24, 2020 04:07 PM
Whitby, Ontario – Communities across Durham Region have seen an increase in illegal dumping, and the Region of Durham is reminding residents that if caught illegally dumping, residents can face fines, if convicted, of up to $10,000. Leaving materials in parks, along the roadside, or on other’s property without their permission is detrimental to the health and safety of the community, and actions like this burden the resources needed to manage...