In 2010, 1,393,606 animals were subjected to animal testing in Canada alone. Despite the implementation of the Animal Welfare Act, this continues to be an issue in health and university research labs across Canada. In order to bring awareness to...
Officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have begun assisting Elections Canada in their investigations of Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and Peterborough MP Dean Del Mastro's campaign financing during the 2008 election. According to a court order...
On Thursday October 4, the Market Hall Performing Arts Centre was abuzz with conversations of immigration acceptance, and more surprisingly, sport. The theme was integration. The event ran from 5:30 to 8:30 and featured a documentary film called Nice...
As investigation continues into a video caught on hidden camera, many questions remain unanswered regarding the abuse scandal from St. Josephs at Fleming in Peterborough, Ontario. To recap, Camille Parent became frustrated when he continually noticed injuries on his mother,...
On Monday, September 28 at Showplace Theatre, EC3 and Artspace co-hosted an All Candidates’ Debate on Arts, Culture, and Heritage (ACH). The candidates are Toban Leckie (Strength in Democracy), Doug Mason (Green), Dave Nickle (NDP), Michael Skinner (Conservative), and...
The municipal election is 24 days away. How can students get involved? Tom Young has some suggestions. Young was a minor candidate in the 2014 Peterborough municipal election, running against current mayor and incumbent Daryl Bennett and now Liberal MP...
We have all seen the man sitting on the sidewalk at the corner of a busy intersection. The temperature has dipped below zero, yet still he waits there, insufficiently clothed for the frosty month of November, begging for money....
Stepping into Jeffrey Macklin’s workshop is like stepping into a time machine. The seemingly small space is crowded with tools that have been long forgotten in the realm of graphic design and typography. Other than the phone in his...
As of May 1 the city of Peterborough has cut funding for discretionary benefits which help subsidize certain services for low income citizens. The cuts will reduce available funding to services such as subsidized bus passes and dentures,...
With the ReFrame International Film Festival just around the corner, I thought it would be best to ask the Arthur team to contribute their top picks for your film-going pleasure. The festival takes place Friday, Jan. 29 to Sunday, Jan....