In this week’s DC News webcast: arrests cap a scary home invasion near campus, Pangea takes to the stage and all the rest of your sports and entertainment updates. This week’s webcast was produced by Ray McNeil and the associate producer was Phil Petrovski.
Durham College and the Social Services Department of Durham Region hosted a conference Nov. 14, 2012, entitled The Impact of Social Services: A Lifespan Perspective. The event was held at the Lakeridge Health LHEARN Centre in Oshawa and featured noted author and physician Dr. Gabor Mate.
Third-year Durham College Journalism students covered the event and created the following two video stories.
DC News reporter Nancy Ellis produced this audio slideshow on two hobby stores located in Durham Region.
Producer: Kylie Wazonek
Assistant Producer: Kyla Morgan
Reporter: Stephanie Cooper
Camera person: Caley Bedore
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health is showcasing paintings by Imants Lapins during the month of March for visitors to view.
Story and video by Kyla Morgan.
Durham College is able to help small and medium-sized companies increase their economic growth through a government pilot program aimed to help businesses increase their use of digital technology.
The Durham Folklore Storytellers kicked off promotion of World Storytelling Day, on March 20, at the Traditions of Durham Retirement Community. DC News Reporter Renita Naraine has the details.
DC News reporter Brea Bartholet shows how one Durham Region tutoring program combines music with education.
Check out how milk bags are being made into something useful! DC News reporter Adam Frauts tells us how.
Put a smile on someone’s face by volunteering. Reporter Shannelle Parchment has the story on how you can get involved.