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Bill 23: Solving the housing crisis by slicing up the Greenbelt
The Greenbelt is home to over 300 bird species like the hooded warbler, a small and brightly coloured yellow bird.
Ontario’s ecological heartbeat: The Oak Ridges Moraine
Editor's Note: This story is part of a series called the Land Where We Stand (LWWS). Uncovering the hidden stories about the land our community is built on is what the Chronicle's feature series, the LWWS, is about.
Residents fight to protect the water of rural north Oshawa
Allen Frank, 81, has been living in his rural north Oshawa home on Ritson Rd. N. for 48 years. From 2008 to 2016, Whitby...
North Oshawa residents battle second landfill close to their homes
Residents of north Oshawa are upset with how city council has handled recent meetings regarding a landfill application close to their homes.Whitby company Hard-Co...
Walleye closure maintains fish population and health
Walleye fishing in Scugog has been closed since the start of the 2016 season as a precautionary measure to keep the fish population safe....
The harsh realities of climate change could make landfall in Durham
There is a possibility of another Hurricane Hazel.
Oshawa flooding possible due to climate change
While the frequency of severe floods could rise, the risk of houses situated in these areas being flooded and destroyed rises as well.
Climate catastrophe has a deadline
At the most recent UN Climate Action Summit, Greta Thunberg said, “This is the biggest crisis humanity has ever faced.”
Tanya Roberts sustains her childhood aspirations
A singular experience opened Roberts' eyes to the social inequalities and the severe issues around good health and well-being.
Picking up garbage is a lot less trashy than it sounds
People need to take the initiative to pick up trash and put it where it belongs.
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