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Equality and Economy

The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) – named the number one private-sector think tank in the world – released a report on revitalizing the Canadian economy through gender parity. According to the report, The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in Canada, progress in gender equality needs to advance from a social, moral and economic perspective. … Continue reading

Finance in High School

By Fall 2018, Ontario will make financial skills a mandatory career course in high schools. Laying the groundwork for financial literacy will be an essential aspect of the Grade 10 Careers Course overhaul. In addition to essential financial skills, students will learn about digital literacy and entrepreneurship. Read: Ontario Launches Plan To Teach High School … Continue reading

Peony Festival Tops List

For six years in a row, the City of Oshawa’s Peony Festival has been recognized among the Top 100 Festivals and Events in Ontario. This June, will be the Peony Festival’s 14th year running. More than 7,000 people are expected to attend. Visit the festival from Saturday, June 9 until Sunday, June 10 at the … Continue reading

Oshawa Chamber – 90 Years!

Last month, the Oshawa Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 90th birthday! DRUHC’s Executive Director, Maralyn Tassone is pictured with Oshawa Mayor John Henry, Regional Counsellor Bob Chapman and City Counsellor Rick Kerr As members of the Oshawa Chamber of Commerce, DRUHC stands behind the Chamber’s mission to support and promote the economic prosperity of their … Continue reading

Updated! Immigration Portal

The region’s Local Diversity and ImmigrationAdd New Partnership Council (LDIPC) recently updated the Durham Immigration Portal and it’s getting a lot of attention! Over the past 5 years, approximately 10,000 people from all over the world have chosen the Durham Region as a place to settle and grow. The updated portal makes it easier for … Continue reading

Canadian Auto Museum

The Canadian Automotive Museum is currently developing multi-lingual interpretation of all gallery spaces. The project aims to make Canadian automotive history more inviting to visitors of diverse linguistic backgrounds. Multi-lingual gallery guides will provide highlights of the museum’s gallery spaces, reaching new audiences and allowing all visitors to experience the museum’s unique collection. Visit the … Continue reading

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