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...
Chains Across the Border is a panel discussion focusing on prison policy, policing and how these issues apply in local, national and international contexts. The panel will feature perspectives from several various groups, scholars and activists who will bring...
Alright, people! It is winter and that means snow. Luckily for everyone in the Peterborough area, there is Snofest. Snofest is a festival put on throughout the month of January by the city of Peterborough. There are so many...
Hot Belly Mama’s is a long time favourite of mine. Located downtown between Nata’s Café and the Olde Stone Brewing Company (with whom they share a beer menu and an entranceway), Hot Belly Mama’s serves up spicy Cajun dishes...
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...
Peterborough wowed its residents last summer with Kirsten McCrea’s Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project. In collaboration with Artspace, the city funded a competition for any artist, local or otherwise, to paint under the bridge. Toronto’s McCrea won the opportunity...
A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be a part of the Ontario Government’s roundtable on Food Security. What struck me during this discussion (besides the lack of people in the room having experienced food insecurity) is...
Wednesday, November 20 is Trans* Day of Remembrance, an international day set aside for remembering trans* individuals who have been murdered over the past year. Statistically, one in twelve trans* identified persons will be murdered in their lifetime, and most...
Host the Feminist Research Cafe, of course! Dr. May Chazan has led the students of WMST 3031 Doing Feminist Research throughout the winter semester to carry out their own research projects. Each of these students took a required preliminary women’s...
As of May 21 Peterborough transit will be reinstating Route 9, Nicholls Park, and reversing the changes made to Route 11, Ashburnham. The recently added Route 42 Trent Armour will continue to run on it’s current schedule and route, as...