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Young entrepreneur champions natural hair movement for Black women

When Arna Boothe-bernard signed up for the international business management program at Durham College, she expected to enhance her business acumen and then apply...

Ontario Tech preparing the next generation of green-collar workers with its new program

The RBC Foundation has donated $750,000 to Ontario Tech to produce students with the green skills needed to work towards Canada’s transition to a...

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Young entrepreneur champions natural hair movement for Black women

When Arna Boothe-bernard signed up for the international business management program at Durham College, she expected to enhance her business acumen and then apply...

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Young entrepreneur champions natural hair movement for Black women

When Arna Boothe-bernard signed up for the international business management program at Durham College, she expected to enhance her business acumen and then apply...

Ajax Living Library brings peoples’ stories to life

When we think of libraries, we think of books. That’s where we get our stories. Recently, in Ajax people got their stories from different...

Ontario Tech preparing the next generation of green-collar workers with its new program

The RBC Foundation has donated $750,000 to Ontario Tech to produce students with the green skills needed to work towards Canada’s transition to a...
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Confusion surrounding OHL’s return-to-play plan

Is the proposed no-contact rule for the OHL's 2021 season still up for debate?

Durham Region tests nuclear warning system next week

Durham Region is testing its nuclear alerting system on Nov. 23-24. This system is designed to alert anyone who lives close to a nuclear...

Durham Region restaurants adapting to COVID-19 restrictions

Restaurants in Durham Region have struggled during the pandemic, but the new COVID-19 Response Framework introduced by the Ontario government Nov. 3 will allow...

GM’s trucking back to Oshawa

General Motors’ (GM) assembly plant is returning to Oshawa after reaching a new deal with Unifor that could bring up to $1.3 billion in...

A progressive approach to diversity in tutoring

A study shows students who use one-on-one or small group tutoring have seen improvement in grades at school, according to Philip Oreopoulos, an...

Oshawa boarders seek indoor skatepark

An Oshawa businessman is pushing the city to build an indoor skatepark.Kris Handson, founder and owner of the Progression Skateboard company, created a petition...

GTA curly businesses benefit from COVID-19, BLM

The pandemic lockdown hasn't been a bad thing for some online businesses, especially those that are black-owned. The awareness of the Black Lives Matter...

Indoor farmers’ market coming to Oshawa in 2021

Downtown Oshawa is getting a new indoor Oshawa Farmers' Market early next year.The indoor market is expected to open on Valentine’s Day, Feb....

‘I am not going to be the guy to cancel’ Halloween: Oshawa mayor Dan Carter

Oshawa mayor Dan Carter says he won’t be the one to cancel Halloween during a global pandemic.Some communities in Canada have cancelled the Oct....

WindReach offers spooky, and safe, Halloween

"It's a nice option for families who don't want to go out but still want to celebrate Halloween with their kids and have something fun to do.”

Police reform in North America starts with Indigenous and Black influence

This year there has been a growing call for police reform all around the world. It started with the murders of multiple African-Americans by...

COVID-19’s community impact: All or Nothing brews up support

Editor's note: This is one in a series of articles chronicling the effects of COVID-19 on businesses and organizations in Oshawa.COVID-19 isn’t stopping one...