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Thickson’s Woods a refuge for wildlife and people

Along the shore of Lake Ontario in a small section of Whitby, centuries-old white pine trees loom 100 feet high. Many birders and nature enthusiasts know the area to be a hotspot of animal activity, but the woods are noteworthy for more than just birdwatching. Thickson’s Woods is an old-growth forest: an ecosystem that can sustain extremely old and large...

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Community Living fights to survive and thrive

Oshawa resident Darlene Day, 60, lives with a developmental disability after suffering a high fever as a baby.Day, who frequently speaks in public about...

Thickson’s Woods a refuge for wildlife and people

Along the shore of Lake Ontario in a small section of Whitby, centuries-old white pine trees loom 100 feet high. Many birders and nature...

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