What did Oshawa look like one hundred years ago? Explore the city's gracious past though these photos from the Thomas Bouckley Collection at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.
Category: Local History
Will it be demolished or restored? The story behind the "other" McLaughlin house at 195 Simcoe Street North.
It's given to the top student in each grade 8 class, but how much do you know about the woman behind the Fanny Hislop Award?
To celebrate Canada's 150th year, we asked the Oshawa Museum to share their favourites stories or artifacts from Oshawa's past. Read the latest from Lisa Terech, Community Engagement:
Oshawa's connection with Arthurian Legend....
Ever wondered how a school ended up in the Oshawa Centre parking lot?
Oshawa's church with a secret past...
Is Shelley Avenue named after the author of Frankenstein? Lisa Terech, from the Oshawa Museum, investigates.
From a log cabin to 1920s Classic Revival, here's the history of Harmony Public School...
How Oshawa's College Hill got its name.