Your Oshawa dumpster rental operators are Brian McHugh and John Peddle. Each of our Oshawa Bin There Dump That Operators is a local independent business owner and a member of your Oshawa community. Brian and John have operated their Bin There Dump That location in Oshawa since 2008 and they will be very happy to help you personally with all your Oshawa dumpster rental needs. Give us a call at (905) 666-3510 anytime and we will gladly answer any of your dumpster rental questions.
Serving Durham Region which includes:
Port Hope & Cobourg.
The City of Oshawa is a community filled with entertainment, historic sites, top-rated restaurants and a mix of local and brand name shopping. Visitors and residents enjoy top entertainers and concerts, award-winning events, cultural experiences, and of course, our green spaces and trails!
Oshawa is embarking on the development of its first cultural plan. The plan will provide a framework and a long-term vision that identifies key opportunities and strategies that Oshawa, the arts, culture and heritage sector can implement over the next five to ten years to help Oshawa maintain and build upon its cultural vitality.
The City of Oshawa and community groups host numerous popular events like, in each June, thousands enjoy ethnic cuisine and entertainment during Oshawa Fiesta Week. Visitors from across Ontario come to Oshawa to see hundreds of peonies in glorious bloom during the Peony Festival. In March, residents flock to Purple Woods Conservation Area, the site of the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority's annual Maple Syrup Festival. In September, Doors Open Oshawa celebrates the City's heritage with free access to many of the City's interesting buildings.
The largest public gallery in Durham Region, the Robert McLaughlin Gallery (the RMG) occupies an inspired 36,000 square foot building designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Erickson. The RMG features a permanent collection of over 4,000 works of art, four galleries of diverse and changing exhibitions, gallery shop, library, and two art education studios.
Now a National Historic Site, the remarkable home of Col. R. S. McLaughlin, Parkwood Estate, is one of Ontario's most popular filming locations. Parkwood features characteristic inter-war architecture and magnificent gardens. A guided tour of Parkwood is a definite highlight in the Oshawa experience.