Coyote sightings and safety in Oshawa
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 01:45 PM
Community members are being urged to use caution around natural areas in their neighbourhood after a child was bitten by a coyote in Oshawa’s Vanier neighbourhood earlier this week. Durham Regional Police and the Ministry of Natural Resources have been notified of the incident.
Oshawa community members may notice an increase in coyote sightings or activity at this time of the year as they begin to rear their pups. To minimize encounters during this time, residents and property owners are encouraged...
City Hall Giving Garden returns in 2022, Oshawa’s Year of the Garden
Posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 07:15 AM
As Oshawa begins to celebrate 2022 as the Year of the Garden, the Adopt-a-Giving Garden Program will take root for a third season at Oshawa City Hall with the City partnering with Oshawa Garden Club and Feed the Need in Durham.
The Adopt-a-Giving Garden Program was launched in 2020 to address food insecurity caused by COVID-19. Since then, a total of 1,400 pounds of fresh produce has been harvested from select annual garden beds on the north side of City Hall – all in support of Feed the Need in...
Tribute Communities Centre Notice: Oshawa to host 2023 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships
Posted on Wednesday, May 04, 2022 10:00 AM
(Oshawa, ON) – Skate Canada is pleased to announce that Oshawa, Ontario, will host the 2023 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships. The week-long championships will be held at the Tribute Communities Centre, from January 9-15, 2023. The championships will feature the best Canadian figure skaters in men, women, pairs, ice dance, and synchronized skating disciplines, competing in two levels: junior and senior.
For the first time, the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships will also include...
Have your say on Downtown Oshawa’s Visual Brand Identity
Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 12:30 PM
The City of Oshawa is calling on community members to share their input on how well the story of Downtown Oshawa – its people, places, and experiences – are reflected in communications.
The City is developing a new visual brand identity as part of the initiative to better communicate the qualities of Downtown Oshawa that best attract residents, businesses, students, and visitors. The purpose of this feedback form is to establish an understanding of the Downtown Oshawa community and its communication...
The heart of the city returns to Instagram
Posted on Monday, February 07, 2022 06:15 AM
Downtown Oshawa is back on Instagram. Follow @OshawaDowntown for a small glimpse into all the wonderful things Downtown Oshawa has to offer.
The account will largely feature downtown businesses, their products and services and the downtown experience while also sharing City programs and initiatives, good news stories, investment announcements, community spirit and more!
In order to best represent Downtown Oshawa, the account will lean on those who know it best: the business owners and the community...