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Posted Thursday, October 11, 2018

Clarington October 11, 2018/- With voting day just ten days away on October 22, Clarington residents can cast their ballots during the advance voting period from October 13 to October 17.
A complete list of advance voting opportunities , locations and times is available on our elections website, votesmatter.clarington.net .
The Municipality of Clarington has been divided into 33 voting subdivisions. Electors within each subdivision have been assigned a designated voting...

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Posted Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Map showing road name changes Clarington October 9, 2018/- The Municipality of Clarington, in collaboration with The Regional Municipality of Durham, is renaming Regional Road 57 to Bowmanville Avenue. The renaming will take effect November 1, 2018.
Depending on the stretch of road—between Highway 401 and northern Clarington—Regional Road 57 is listed as either Waverley Road or Martin Road. Changing the name to Bowmanville Avenue within the boundaries of the Municipality of Clarington will...

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Posted Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Local Fire Chiefs from across Durham Region Fire Prevention Week 2018 takes place October 7 to 13
Whitby, October 9, 2018 – Durham Fire Chiefs are sounding the alarm on fires and fire-related deaths with a strong, unified message about the importance of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms this Fire Prevention Week – taking place October 7 to 13.
“This year so far there have been seven fire-related deaths in buildings without functioning smoke alarms in Durham Region,” said Gord Weir, Regional...

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Posted Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Photo (left to right): Councillor Ron Hooper; Mayor Adrian Foster; Chris Newman, Youth Centre Coordinator, John Howard Society of Durham; Dianna Eastwood, Executive Director, John Howard Society of Durham; Councillor Joe Neal; Joseph Caruana, Director of Community Services, Municipality of Clarington; Councillor Willie Woo Clarington September 26, 2018/- Clarington Mayor and Council along with members of the John Howard Society of Durham Region celebrated the official opening of ‘The Loft’ Youth Centre in Courtice on Wednesday.
The Loft Youth Centre is part of a six-month pilot project and opened in September. Attendance has been steady, with around 100 youth per week visiting the centre located upstairs at South Courtice Arena. The Loft is open after school Tuesday to Thursday...

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Posted Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Clarington September 18, 2018/- The Municipality of Clarington will acquire a large portion of the former Bowmanville Zoo lands to turn into a public-use recreation space. Under a new agreement, the current owners of the former Bowmanville Zoo, Savannah Land Corporation, will transfer nearly 34 acres of land located in the Soper Creek Valley to the Municipality at no cost. The land will be transferred without any buildings and will be cleaned up in accordance with regulations...
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