On Friday September 21, Traill College hosted “Queering Disability and Disabling Queerness – A Panel on Access” at Bagnani Hall as part of Peterborough Pride Week. This panel sought to “explore the intersection of two oppressed bodily identities, examining...
“It is not out differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept and celebrate those differences.” – Audre Lorde, provided by anya gwynne All too often the conversation about LGBTQ issues takes place in a way such...
A Programmer Profile of Catfish Willie: Caileigh Morrison: Let me make this a little louder.... Catfish Willie: 1-2-3-4....This is Catfish Willie, your host at Trent Radio! CM: Excellent. What is your programme called? CW: I host the Swingbilly Round-Up Show. CM: When does that...
The Peterborough Community Cycling Hub is an incorporated not-for-profit, member-based organization that promotes biking accessibility and education. The do-it-yourself approach to biking is promoted by those that run it, and encourages a learning environment for bike owners. Tegan Moss...
If you are like me and have the tendency to look like a spastic squid when you dance, it is always a thrill to watch other people dance, especially when they actually have a proper relationship with rhythm. Most...
If you’ve been to downtown Peterborough there’s a good chance you’ve seen Nata’s Café, just around the corner from the bus terminal. This little café embodies so much of what I love about Peterborough’s local culture. I can count on...
The Peterborough Social Planning Council recently released the results of their “Local Food & What We Think About Buying Local: The Future of Food & Farming” survey. With responses from 538 people the information is a great starting tool...
The war on sexuality belongs to our generation. We constantly debate issues surrounding consent, sexual identity, and one’s bodily autonomy. There may be many reasons for this widespread misunderstanding of these aspects of sexuality: a lack of access to...

The Occult Word

As you can see, the title of this article has now changed, and for good reason. The title “Welcome to the Occult” was meant with good intention, however, when people read or hear the word ‘occult’ they immediately are...
Come Friday, January 29, the ReFrame International Film Festival will open its doors to the Peterborough film-going community. The theatres will be primed, a line of excited movie lovers from across the world will surely run through it, and...