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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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Study finds women more at risk of smartphone addiction

In today's connected world, smartphones have become more important than ever for communication, entertainment and even work-related activities.A new study led by researchers from...

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...

Looking to be part of campus life? There may be a club for you

“We have a little of everything under the sun.” Liz Chapman, student network and engagement coordinator at the Durham College Student Association (DCSA), says...

Victim Services Durham Region launches pilot to reduce fear of reporting to police

For some people, reporting a loved one missing to police can be as difficult as accepting they aren't there.And when people do gather the...

Concert to Feed the Need highlights the need for food in Durham Region

The Feed the Need in Durham Concert is returning for its sixth year in Oshawa to help and support people who struggle with hunger...

Oshawa Walk of Fame makes grand return

The Oshawa Walk of Fame gala returned on Nov. 9 to celebrate and honour notable people from Oshawa after a seven-year hiatus, in part...

Walking a trail to remember the past

More than 30 people gathered on Friday for the Pass the Torch Remembrance Trail Walk at Camp Samac.The walk on Nov. 10 along a...

Customers have mixed reactions on upgrades at local mall

Pickering City Centre, formerly known as Pickering Town Centre, has undergone more than a name change over the past few years, as it tries...

Thrifting community struggles as prices soar

Many people who regularly thrift as a cheaper alternative to regular stores say they are frustrating by rising prices.“We're balling on a budget like...

Opioid crisis puts pressure on paramedics

A new study has found the opioid crisis is putting more pressure on paramedics and emergency rooms. It's also influencing the way paramedics work...

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...

Strong mayor powers cause friction over budget

Oshawa city council is grappling with the strong mayor powers granted by the provincial government this summer.Council voted last month to alter its budget...