Speaker Date Topic
Yvette Nechvatal-Drew Mar 09, 2021
Girls Inc.

The Exec. Director of Girls Inc. of Durham discusses how her organization delivers life-changing programmes and experiences that equip girls to overcome barriers and grow up strong, smart and bold.

Sheila Hall Mar 16, 2021
Clarington business Outlook

The Clarington Board of Trade's Executive Director disusses the business outlook and new developments for the community.

Honouring "Everyday Heroes of the Pandemic" Mar 25, 2021

We're honouring Clarington residents who've made a difference during Covid with special Paul Harris Felllowships.

Sara Dunkley/Prossy Namtongo Mar 30, 2021
Girls' Post-secondary education in Africa

How the agency Beautiful World Canada is providing providing post-secondary scholarships to girls in Sub-Sarahan Africa.

Erin O'toole Apr 06, 2021
National issues

The MP for Durham and leader of the Conservative Party of Canada discusses the issues affecting Clarington and the nation.

Pearl Gabona Apr 13, 2021
Metis Nation of Ontario

Bowmanville's Pearl Gabona is an elder of the Metis Nation of Ontario. She tells her story and discusses what it means to be Metis today.

Todd Simkover Apr 29, 2021
The importance of Neurodiversity

The founder of Autism Self-advocacy Services explains why Neurodiversity matters.