Arthur put a call out for positive story submissions for our positivity-themed issue. Here's what you had to share! The Food and the Friends Every Wednesday and Friday afternoon, Sadleir House is full of people from the Peterborough community, patiently waiting...
Approximately 70 people were in attendance for the town ward debate, in which candidates ‘sparred’ on several issues facing the downtown core. On the five questions asked by Downtown Business Improvement Association (DBIA) moderators, every candidate agreed with one...
Where’s the best place to eat on campus? Where can I go if I’m struggling with school? Where are all my classes located? Now all these questions and more can be answered by visiting one place: ourtrentcommunity.blogspot.ca. The blog was created...
Social justice. Environmental justice. Anti-Oppression. Idle No More. Line 9. The Free Market. The Food Cupboard. These are the causes we believe in, as well as some of the issues we are currently involved with and some of the...
As a millennial, I am quite familiar with the genre of young-adult (YA) novels and their cinematic adaptations. Ever since the success of the Harry Potter series, countless authors have tried their hands on this increasingly popular subgenre. Although...
The Canadian Canoe museum is undergoing a revamp. It was announced recently that heneghan peng architects and Kearns Mancini Architects won the international competition to build the new $45 million Canoe museum, having beaten 95 other submissions. The successful design...
This is the fourth in a multiple-part series of articles detailing various local issues that student voters are going to be most interested in come voting day, October 27. Next week’s article will be about the transportation. One of the major...
Photo by www.cassiephotography.ca As a local of the Peterborough area, one of my favourite things about home is the walking paths, nature conservancies, and promotion of things green and lovely. Not to say our area is perfect or that expansion...
Over the past few weeks I've had the opportunity to speak with some of the candidates who are running in 2014 provincial election in Peterborough. Unfortunately I haven't been able to meet all of the major candidates, and I only...
Mark Jokinen’s Bookstore (George St. between King and Sherbrooke): A number of great Valentine’s Day books are sitting in the window including Italo Calvino’s Difficult Loves, erotica from the great French writer Anais Nin with her novel Delta Of Venus,...