The Peterborough Parkway seems like a topic that will never find its way off of the official plan of City Council. With vehement opposition on both the local and provincial levels, it seems ludicrous that the Parkway is still...
Trent University was the first Canadian school to devote an entire department to Indigenous Studies. It is one of the only places in Canada where you can earn a PhD in Indigenous Studies. It boasts a comprehensive program that...
So, why the Liberals? I have knocked on thousands of doors in this riding and believe the Liberals are our best change at replacing Harper as a leader. I know that Justin is not perfect, none of the candidates are, but...
Why is it that Guatemalan community leaders spend months in jail after being wrongfully targeted in violence connected to the Tahoe Resources’ Escobal mine, while the company’s former head of security, accused of ordering guards to open fire on...
The Downtown Business Improvement Association (DBIA) has secured an additional $150 thousand out of the City of Peterborough for the next 20 years. This money will go to additional funding to hallowed events in the city such as Ribfest...
The Warming Room is a collaborative project between several non-profit organizations in Peterborough with the support of the City of Peterborough and the Canadian Mental Health Association. The purpose of this project is to provide extra emergency shelter space during...
Book and Things (Water St. between Hunter and Simcoe): Two great pieces of non-fiction can be found here for Indigenous Awareness Week. The first is Dee Brown’s seminal Bury My Hear At Wounded Knee: An Indian History Of The American...
Evening Hymns is the moniker of musician Jonas Bonnetta. Playing a mellow singer songwriter stuff that evokes a plethora of complex emotion, Jonas is a musician to see while you still can. Before this amazing show, Jonas answered some...
Recent events at St. Joseph’s at Fleming have caused controversy in the Peterborough community. Elder abuse caught on a hidden camera planted by a resident’s son, Camille Parent, has shed new light on the conditions some patients face. Those...
With spring well on its way, it’s time to get those green thumbs active again. On Thursday April 11, 2013 a class of third year Ecosystem Management Technology students from Fleming College, Frost Campus will be hosting their 6th...