Branden Rushton

About the author

Branden Rushton is a student journalist with a passion for video and audio storytelling. He is interested in writing and producing stories, OpEds and reviews about art, film, video games and history. Contact him at branden.rushton@dcmail.ca.

Cannabis stores in Durham Region try to carve out a piece of the market

Durham Region as seen the number of cannabis stores boom in the six years since marijuana was legalized. Store owners say it's a tough...

Almet Farms’ unique trust-based egg sales nourish local community

In the face of soaring grocery prices, there are those in the community taking steps to ease this financial strain. The Almet Farms, a modest...

Amy Barron’s unlimited ambition and curiosity

For most people, being caught alone inside a small, unguarded pyramid in Saqqara, Egypt, would be a terrifying experience. However, when Amy Barron found...

Introducing the newest members of the DC Sports Hall of Fame

Durham College's Sports Hall of Fame grew this fall. The latest inductees include Sam Dempster, Colin Dempster, Allan Fournier, Julie Pickell (previously Julie Colins) and...

Durham Region non-profit DreamCo enriches community life through theatre and music

In the Durham Region, a non-profit entity, Durham Region Entertainment and Music (DreamCo) is making significant strides in enhancing community life through theatre and...

Emesis Blue: A psychological look at infinite death

Emesis Blue, a Source Filmmaker production that tackles death and infinitely coming back to life.

Crunch culture sullies the things we love

Sometimes as a student or an office worker you just have to work a few extra hours to get an important assignment done. Although this is a fairly common practice among workers and students it's not like your professors or bosses are forcing you to put in dozens of extra hours for a single project. However, what if that was the case?

Camp X historian and author Lynn Philip Hodgson leaves a legacy

Lynn Philip Hodgson, writer of Inside Camp X and Dispatches from Camp X, and many more books, died on Oct. 11 from cancer.The 77-year-old...

Mormon missionaries in Durham Region: more than just door-knocking

Whether they have knocked on your door, messaged you on social media, or walked up to you on the street, you likely have or...

Durham Deaf Services hosts a car rally

Oshawa has always been known as Motor City, and now the Durham Deaf Services (DDS) plans to drive money towards their organization with a...

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