For decades, the Canadian government was investigating UFO sightings. Matthew Hayes has spent the last year going through more than 15000 government documents on UFO sightings in Canada, using the Library and Archives Canada, which is available to the...
When Sara Ostrowska first moved to Peterborough, she changed her last name from Shahsavari to Ostrowska as a way of recognizing her Polish roots. Her first musical project is Television Road, a direct reference to Peterborough. Her solo project...
Halloween -- the much anticipated holiday is upon us. What better way to get in the spooky spirit of the season than listening to real ghostly encounters that have been reported in the heart of Peterborough? The Trent Valley Archives...
Peterborough’s mayoral candidates could not be more different. This polarity was on full display at the Mayoral Candidates Debate on October 4 at the Venue. At 32, Diane Therrien is a youthful, vibrant candidate in the early stages of what...
Nature at Trent. It is a powerful classroom: a place to learn, to play, to clear your mind, and reconnect. As the famous naturalist John Burroughs once said, “I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to...
Take Back The Night. It is a movement that began in the early 1960s with protests in Belgium and England, led by women that felt unsafe walking alone at night as they became targets of sexual harassment and violence....
The temperature is slowly dropping and Peterborough is filled with the buzz of student life yet again. It’s that time of the year. Peterborough Pride is fast approaching. Let this article be your guide to all the fabulous events...
Students often dread the end of the summer break, but Angelica Cooper doesn’t feel that way. “I find Peterborough falls asleep in the summer, as students leave and people think the pulse of the city is gone,” she explained. Cooper is...
Diane Therrien was 28 when she was elected City Councillor in the Town Ward in 2014. Since then, Canada has seen a conservative majority in parliament toppled, an open trade war broiling with our neighbours to the south, and...
A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be a part of the Ontario Government’s roundtable on Food Security. What struck me during this discussion (besides the lack of people in the room having experienced food insecurity) is...