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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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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...

The curtain rises on DRIFF 2023

For the first time, a feature film by a local filmmaker will be shown at the Durham Region International Film Festival.DRIFF is an annual...

DC offers multiple resources for students’ mental health, but some feel more hands-on support is needed

“I don’t know, I feel like it’s just not personal enough, I don’t feel connected to a person behind the screen.”

Young people find new confidence training at gyms

The government of Canada recommends all young people from the age of five to 17 engage in at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous intensity...

Funeral homes in Ontario struggle with worker shortage and increased demand for services

Funeral directors in Ontario are struggling to meet the increased demand for their services due to a shortage of workers entering the industry, causing...

Grades plummeting due to mental health issues

Falling behind on classwork is not unheard of for both college and university students. Of late, students face a growing number of mental health...

Table tennis: The missing piece of college sport

Table tennis enthusiasts at Durham College are disappointed that the sport is not recognized as a competitive sport despite its popularity worldwide. According to...

There’s a new Archbishop in town

The Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto has a new archbishop.Francis Leo who previously served as auxiliary bishop for six months, was appointed by Pope Francis...

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...

DC and Ontario Tech students disappointed with limited field house hours

Students aren’t happy with the limited hours the Campus Fieldhouse is open.

Toronto Six hosts championship open house

The Toronto Six hockey club hosted its Isobel Cup championship open house in Toronto on in early April, celebrating the day with fans.The celebration...

Discussing sexual wellness in younger grades

The head of health promotion at Durham College is a big believer that education is power and that access to appropriate and science-based information...