Month: March 2022

Ontario’s Greenbelt Route expands through downtown Uxbridge

posted Thursday, March 31, 2022

by: in Community

The Waterfront Regeneration Trust has partnered with the Greenbelt Foundation and Uxbridge Active Transportation committee (UXACT) to connect the Greenbelt Route through downtown Uxbridge. The proposed trail connection is part of a new initiative aimed at increasing access and interest in the Great Lakes waterfront through the creation of a new, expanded 3,600-km Great Lakes Waterfront […]

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Upcoming Spring Cultural Events in Oshawa

posted Wednesday, March 30, 2022

by: in Community

Have your say: Creating a Cultural Hub in Oshawa The City of Oshawa is considering developing an arts venue that can develop and support artistic and creative practices, adding capacity for arts and culture within Oshawa. They are currently accepting community feedback to help shape and inform a Feasibility Study related to the conversion of […]

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Durham’s Cycling Plan and Paramedic Services Master Plan have both been approved by council

posted Monday, March 21, 2022

by: in Community

Last year, regional council approved two plans: the newly updated Regional Cycling Plan, and a new Paramedic Services Master Plan. The updated Regional Cycling Plan identifies actions for creating a connected, safe and accessible region-wide cycling network. Developed in alignment with the Durham Transportation Master Plan, the Regional Cycling Plan considers the needs, ages, abilities […]

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Discover Durham’s Maple Harvest Festivals

posted Wednesday, March 16, 2022

by: in Community

As winter winds down, the longer days and rising temperatures make way for many families and friends to get out and enjoy the maple syrup harvest right here in Durham Region. The origin of maple syrup production dates to Indigenous peoples living in the northeast part of North America. Zhiiwaagamizigan is the Anishinaabe word for […]

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The History of Coffee Cultivation and Consumption

posted Tuesday, March 15, 2022

by: in Boomers

When I watch TV and see people hugging mugs of coffee, I close my eyes.  These people have accepted a myth created by coffee growers a few hundred years ago. I’m not much of a coffee drinker so I guess my look at coffee is one sided. Some people think that if they say that […]

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Durham Region

posted Tuesday, March 15, 2022

by: in Community

There are lots of reasons to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! Maybe you’re Irish or just love the colour green. Perhaps you enjoy green beer or believe in the luck of a four-leaf clover. What ever your reason there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Durham Region! Stop by The Crooked Uncle in Oshawa for some award-winning […]

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March happenings in Clarington

posted Saturday, March 12, 2022

by: in Community

There is plenty to do this March in the Municipality of Clarington! Register for March Break Camp at Joey’s World from March 14 to 18. The camp includes use of all facilities including Joey’s World, Pinnacle indoor climbing, Skytrekking and Stoick Axe Throwing! Bring out your inner artist and try art classes at A Gift of Art in Newcastle. A […]

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Family Fun at Pickering Museum Village

posted Friday, March 11, 2022

by: in Community

Pickering Museum Village has an exciting line-up of family fun this season! Ever dream of taking the family somewhere where you can solve a mystery, get your hands dirty in a garden or create your own art like a pro? Well look no further because soon you and the family will be able to do […]

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Building affordable housing: Clarington unlocks land to create diverse housing options

posted Monday, March 7, 2022

by: in Community

The Municipality of Clarington has entered a partnership with Durham Region Non-Profit Housing and Habitat for Humanity GTA to create an 84-unit mixed development that will bring new affordable housing to our community. The Municipality has conditionally sold land located at 200 Baseline Road (at the northwest corner of Spry Avenue) in Bowmanville at a […]

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