Tags Posts tagged with "Durham Region"

Tag: Durham Region

Facing Your Fear is Healthy

  Being afraid is normal. Fear could stem from not wanting to get your heartbroken, or from a simple fear of spiders. Facing fears can...

Hitting the books on technology

The holiday season is here, and many people will give books as gifts. One local book seller, hoping to capture some of the market,...

A brake on parking

Ontario Colleges offered a refund for students to get their tuition money. But what about parking money? Durham College is offering an extension to...

Kevin Dillon: Committed coach

Running, jogging, jumping and sprinting were all part of Kevin Dillon’s job. He was a track and field coach for 29 years in Oshawa,...

People hire people – not degrees

After graduating some students may assume the doors of employment will swing wide open. But, actually there is still more work to be done....

Durham Region celebrates new website

The iconic song, “Celebration”  by Kool and The Gang, thunders throughout the Durham Region headquarters, early on a Wednesday morning. Why? Because the regional...

Modern technology is making children obese

In this generation, children are playing with iPads, iPhones, tablets and the latest video game on the store shelves. According to one Canadian researcher,...

Snowy start to school week

By Shanelle Somers, Kirsten Jerry, Cassidy McMullen, Heather Snowdon, Aly Beach, Tracy Wright, William McGinn and Austin Andru Police in Durham Region are reporting numerous...

Quidditch rapidly growing in Canada

Quidditch has quickly grown from a fictional game in Harry Potter books, to a real-life played all over the world. Quidditch is a sport played...

Having fun at Pumpkinville

Residents of Ajax celebrated fall with the annual Pumpkinville event. Volunteers dressed as Batman, clowns, and the Incredibles, while entertaining the crowd with everything...