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The Caribbean Camera stands firm amid challenges in the media industry

Anthony Joseph’s journey into the newspaper industry was unplanned.Over 30 years ago, Joseph initially placed an advertisement for his machinery company in a local...

Real or robot: experts say animals are good for mental health

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences has more than 150 volunteers, two of which are therapy dogs: Molly, a 13-year-old Dalmatian, and Aspen,...

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The Caribbean Camera stands firm amid challenges in the media industry

Anthony Joseph’s journey into the newspaper industry was unplanned.Over 30 years ago, Joseph initially placed an advertisement for his machinery company in a local...

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The Caribbean Camera stands firm amid challenges in the media industry

Anthony Joseph’s journey into the newspaper industry was unplanned.Over 30 years ago, Joseph initially placed an advertisement for his machinery company in a local...

Questions raised about how wellness program should be run in Indigenous communities

The Ontario government recently invested more than $2-million in Indigenous mental health and addiction services in northern Ontario - an investment that's raising questions...

Real or robot: experts say animals are good for mental health

Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences has more than 150 volunteers, two of which are therapy dogs: Molly, a 13-year-old Dalmatian, and Aspen,...
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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...

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...