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Tale of a human trafficking survivor

This is part four in a four-part series on human trafficking. Written by: Shana Fillatrau and Shanelle Somers “I got out of the car and...

A bit of everything from everywhere

“Culture is important to everyone because we need to remember who we are and where we came from,” said Tony White, an Ojibwa drummer...

Inside DC’s new building

It is the oldest building at Durham College (DC) – at least for the time being. From 1967 to this year, DC’s original Simcoe Building...

Black History Month in Durham

By Tracy Wright and Kirsten Jerry “We have to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.” - Angela Davis One way to liberate society...

Black History Month events

By Tracy Wright and Kirsten Jerry   Durham celebrates Black History month in many different ways, through various organizations and events across Durham Region. Why go...

Lost treasure: Seven Mile Island future uncertain

Down Seven Mile road in Port Perry is a once extravagant property with an uncertain future and complicated past. Seven Mile Island is a...

Janet Klees brings people with disabilities into the community

Janet Klees smiled as she began telling the story of Pickering’s Tiffany Dawe. Klees, in her late 50s, is the executive director of the Durham...

Boys will be boys: Gender stereotyping in Canada

Scuffed knees, fights on the schoolyard, mud tracked into the house - all explained away with the saying "boys will be boys." But what does...

Tokyo’s Zoobombs dropping in on Oshawa

Fans of rock and roll are in for a surprise this month, as Tokyo's own Zoobombs are coming to town. The Zoobombs, headed by Don...

Soccer in Durham is growing rapidly

Soccer in Canada has grown rapidly over the last couple of years, in part due to the Long Term Player Development (LTPD) program, which...