- Canadian Automotive Museum
- Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum
- Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery
- Oshawa Downtown Murals
- Oshawa Little Theatre
- General Motors Centre
- Legends Centre (North Oshawa Recreation Centre)
- Heritage Oshawa
- Oshawa Community Museum & Archives
- PFLAG Canada Durham, ON Chapter
- Durham Shoestring Performers
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“Everywhere we are told that our human resources are all to be used, that our civilization itself means the uses of everything it hasthe inventions, the histories, every scrap of fact. But there is one kind of knowledgeinfinitely precious, time- resistant more than monuments, here to be passed between the generations in any way it may be: never to be used. And that is poetry.”
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