It wasn’t a day of rest for Steward of Sadleir House, Dwayne Collins, Sunday September 22. Collins arrived at work to find a surprise waiting for him: one of his recently planted shrubs had been uplifted and removed from the...
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...
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On Monday October 15, the 4:40 p.m. the Major Bennett bus route was running 15 minutes behind schedule. One might normally attribute the delay to rush hour traffic, but an increase in usual ridership suggested otherwise. A majority of passengers...
Perhaps you’ve visited the Day Clinic at 26 Hospital Dr. during the summer months when Trent’s Health Services shuts it doors or as an alumnus/alumna without a family doctor. You call the Day Clinic around 8:30a.m., and pray that they...
This weekend Artspace and the Community Foundation for Greater Peterborough will be presenting ‘Make Work: A Symposium On The Economics of Cultural Production In Canada.’ It is a two day event featuring performances, workshops, and panels that aim to bring...
On Jan. 20, the Peterborough and Trent communities and the Community and Race Relations Committee (CRRC) met for the CRRC’s AGM. “As a board, we continue to focus on internal capacity building, particularly in the areas of recruitment and board...
The Trent Film Society will host its second screening at Market Hall on Wednesday, October 23, beginning at 8pm. Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild has received much praise and many awards since its release last year. Zeitlin’s...
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...