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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

Navigating education with invisible disabilities

Amon remembers waking up covered in blood from all the scratching. He was born with 13 allergies, eczema, and asthma. His conditions made him...

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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

Young journalists face industry challenges

In North America, there is a growing mistrust for news and as a direct result of that, news outlets are being forced to lay...

Navigating education with invisible disabilities

Amon remembers waking up covered in blood from all the scratching. He was born with 13 allergies, eczema, and asthma. His conditions made him...
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Malini Pararajasingham’s journey through dance from Sri Lanka to Canada

When Malini Pararajasingham immigrated to Canada in the mid-90s with her daughter, she had already known she was going to teach classical Indian dance....

Young journalists face industry challenges

In North America, there is a growing mistrust for news and as a direct result of that, news outlets are being forced to lay...

Navigating education with invisible disabilities

Amon remembers waking up covered in blood from all the scratching. He was born with 13 allergies, eczema, and asthma. His conditions made him...

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...

The surprising connection between music preferences and pain management

For Erin Costello, a 20-year-old student at Durham College, music has always had a big impact on her life. From learning to play the...

Laughing through college: An unspoken remedy to reduce stress and add joy

The pressures of homework, tests, and not knowing what the future holds can make college a scary experience. Laughter, however, can be an effective...

Understanding bipolar: A personal and clinical perspective from Durham Region

“Bipolar is something that I will be living with for the rest of my life,” says Amber Dickson, a Durham Region resident who...

Saw X: Legacy or narrative stagnation?

The Saw franchise has stood as a pioneer, weaving a story of gruesome games and morality over the span of 19 years and 10...

Islamic Centre of Oshawa: a home for Muslims

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...

The Oshawa Music Awards: A light in dark times

As Malcolm Walters purchased his first music editing program, he spent hours trying to understand how drums work.After a lot of hours listening to...

Parkwood Estate houses Oshawa’s past and future

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...

Oshawa’s ironclad history: the fight to preserve the city’s industrial legacy

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...