All Blog Articles

Art Happenings in Oshawa – Downtown Oshawa Urban Square, and The How Many Hearts Mural Project

posted Tuesday, June 11, 2024

by: in Community

Public Art Open House: Downtown Oshawa Urban Square The City of Oshawa is commissioning a new public artwork for the forthcoming Downtown Urban Square, located at the intersection of Bond Street East and Simcoe Street North in the heart of downtown Oshawa. The Downtown Oshawa Urban Square will be located in the heart of downtown […]

Read more

Explore Clarington’s new summer recreation programs for everyone from youth to senior

posted Saturday, June 8, 2024

by: in Community

Summer is the perfect time to try something new in Clarington, and there’s no better way then with affordable and exciting recreation, fitness, 55+ Active Adults and swimming programs. It’s a great way to get out and meet new people, learn new skills, and have fun this summer in an interactive environment. You can browse […]

Read more

Uxbridge Bike to Work Day is June 6 offering information, refreshments, maintenance, and more

posted Wednesday, June 5, 2024

by: in Uncategorized

Uxbridge cyclists are encouraged to grab their helmet, hop on their bike and join a healthy, environmentally friendly and sustainable way to commute at an upcoming event. The Township of Uxbridge is making Bike to Work Day a community event this year. The township and the active transportation committee are encouraging residents to participate in […]

Read more

June is Recreation and Parks Month in Clarington – check out these activities and events

posted Saturday, June 1, 2024

by: in Community

June is Recreation and Parks Month, and Clarington is celebrating with a calendar of free or low-cost programs promoting the benefits of recreation, parks and being active. Recreation and Parks Month recognizes and promotes the benefits of being active and the contribution that recreation and parks make to our quality of life. We encourage all […]

Read more

Is your business ready for summer tourism? Check out these training and grant opportunities

posted Friday, May 17, 2024

by: in Community

Durham Rainbow Registered Information Session Are you interested in sharing your commitment to providing an inclusive, safe space for 2SLGBTQI+ customers and staff?Rainbow Registered may be the perfect fit. On May 21, from 1 to 2 p.m., join Durham Tourism and Canada’s 2SLGBTQI+ Chamber of Commerce for the virtual Durham Rainbow Registered Information Session. This […]

Read more

New Market-Style Food Bank Opens at Iroquois Park Sports Centre

posted Thursday, May 2, 2024

by: in Community

The Town of Whitby and Feed the Need in Durham are partnering to provide better access to healthy food options for those in need. A new market-style food bank is now open at Iroquois Park Sports Centre, helping to provide a more accessible, dignified, and equitable way for individuals to access food bank services and […]

Read more

Pickering Town Centre rebranded as The Shops at Pickering City Centre

posted Wednesday, May 1, 2024

by: in Community

Historically known as Pickering Town Centre, Salthill Capital has announced that effective May 1, 2024 the shopping centre is being rebranded as The Shops at Pickering City Centre, and will undergo rebranding efforts including signage, website, social media, and other updates to reflect its new name. This change follows the exciting news of the upcoming, […]

Read more

Have your say in Oshawa’s Official Plan Review

posted Wednesday, April 10, 2024

by: in Community

The City of Oshawa is undertaking a comprehensive review of its Official Plan of the blueprint that guides how Oshawa will grow for years to come, and they want your input. The Oshawa Official Plan sets out the land use policy directions for long-term growth and development in the city, and manages and guides the […]

Read more

Cornish Gathering – May 31 to June 2, 2024

posted Monday, April 1, 2024

by: in Community

The Cornish Society of Durham Region will be hosting a Heritage Event, The Cornish Are All Around Us, May 31-June 2, 2024. When the Irish came to Ontario they told everyone who they were and where they had come from. Not so with the Cornish. Instead, they got down to work building their new lives […]

Read more

Pickering Museum Village Launches New Virtual Blacksmithing Exhibit for Students and Educators

posted Sunday, March 24, 2024

by: in Community

What was it like to be a blacksmith? Learn about the history of the trade at Forging ON: The Evolution of Blacksmithing in Ontario. The innovative website features an interactive timeline that invites users to explore blacksmithing in Ontario, with dynamic videos that showcase blacksmiths at work. This free virtual exhibit and educational resource targeted […]

Read more

Back to top