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Blackstock-Nestleton church stands test of time

For a church built in a small town, the Blackstock-Nestleton United Church impacts the lives of many people — even those who are not a part of the congregation.

Oshawa House

This is part of the Land Where We Stand series

Making connections in the black community

"There was no network for me ... so coming out of that experience I was like what can we do to build our network up and to share those networks with each other," says Ashley Marshall, a Durham College (DC) communications professor from the Caribbean.

Bowmanville Foundry forged in fire

Located at Wellington and Scugog Street in Bowmanville, the foundry wasn't always where it is now, originally built across the road from where Bowmanville's Salvation Army chapter exists today. It moved to its current location in 1921.

Union Cemetery bridges history through death

Union Cemetery was established in 1837 and is located at the corner of King Street and Thornton Road. The cemetery spans 31 acres while more than half of it is nearly 180 years old.

The RMG: a strong community connector

"[The RMG] makes it easy for people to learn, come together and understand more about art and how it can enrich our lives," says Leila Timmins, Curator and Manager of Exhibitions and Collections at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.

Drive back in time at The Canadian Automotive Museum

The Canadian Automotive Museum (CAM) has been driving its automotive collection forward since opening day on September 23, 1963.

Weather and innovation meet at ACE

The ACE climatic wind tunnel 'blows in' the future of science changing the #landwherewestand as it goes.

Listen to “Falling in love with Florence”

Everyone knows about Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven, but not many people know about the female painter who influenced Thomson's style. Get ready to fall in love with art.

Whitby has big nostalgia for a miniature village

The 87 acres of land where Cullen Gardens stood, located north of Taunton Road and Cochrane Street, has transformed over the years: from Indigenous land, to a farm, to the Miniature Village and garden attraction affectionately remembered by visitors.