Clayton Demaine

About the author

Clayton DeMaine is a student journalist from Oshawa. He's interested in political, business and general reporting on a variety of platforms, including video and written.

Durham College officials hopeful about changes to international study permits

A month after the federal government announced it was reducing the number of new international study permits, Durham College (DC) is still uncertain about...

MAID should not include mental health as a sole criterion for access

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) has been an option for Canadians with “grievous and irremediable” illnesses since 2016. On March 17, 2024, legal state-assisted...

Canadians dealing with end-of-life anxiety face barriers accessing psilocybin therapy

Three years after receiving a stage four colon cancer diagnosis, Thomas Hartle began experiencing end-of-life anxiety.He worried that the tumours in his chest could...

First-time homebuyers still frustrated by high housing prices

Emerson Riedler, 27, graduated from the Commerce program at Ontario Tech University five years ago. He currently works at Trustly as a customer care...

Local family-owned farm offers unique service for Durham apple orchards.

Geissberger Farmhouse Cider, situated on Langmaid Road in Clarington, Ont., is a family-run cider press business managed by brothers Gordon and Garry...

Maxime Bernier is doing politics differently

Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC), isn't afraid to do things differently.Unlike most political parties, the PPC doesn’t poll and...

Federal parties prepare for Durham riding by-election

A by-election could be called any day now in the federal riding of Durham.The seat has been vacant since former MP and Conservative Party...

Churrasco of Portugal: An authentic Portuguese culinary journey

A new Portuguese restaurant has opened up in Oshawa. Situated in the Townline Road and King Street plaza. The Chronicles Clayton DeMaine reviewed the spot!

Canada’s largest weekly worship event draws thousands to Whitby’s spiritual spectacle

Through the smoke and laser lights, among a sea of hands raised and unified voices, lights shine on a stage illuminating a band. People...

Bill C-18: The erosion of press freedom in Canada

The bill will do the opposite of what it intends to accomplish. It will corrode the freedom of the press in this country.

Popularity of handcraft hubs grows in Durham Region

Local realtor Mary Kovacs is selling more than just houses these days. She recently opened The Collective Market in Oshawa.The store at 83 Centre...

DC, OTU offer student-led Christian clubs

Two student-run clubs are available for individuals interested in Christianity and are active throughout the school year on campus.The Catholic Student Association (CSA) and...

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