A second wave of Trudeaumania has swept the nation off their feet. Winning by more votes than his father, Justin Trudeau of the Liberal Party of Canada has been declared Canada's Prime Minister. Trudeau will be returning to his...
Like approximately 3.6 million other Canadians, I decided to vote in advance this election. However, my experience this Monday at the Lion’s Centre in Peterborough was not ordinary. After registering to vote, I watched the electoral officer tear my ballot...
If you are familiar with Northern Ontario, this story may hit close to home for you as something you have grown up hearing about. Grassy Narrows, or the Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nations, are an indigenous tribe whom reside in Northern...

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With election time upon us, the political atmosphere  in Canada has never seemed more charged. The last election had an air of apathy, lacking the excitement in the last couple of years with party politics. From ridiculous attack advertisements featuring...
On Sunday, August 9th, Peterborough locals gathered on the T-Wharf at Little Lake to mark the 70th Anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombings in 1945. Among the organizers was Carol Winter, who contacted Arthur about the event....
Last Thursday, June 18th, a public meeting to stop the sale of Hydro One took place at the Peterborough Lions Community Centre. Approximately 90 people assisted to the event. The Liberal governments objective to privatize Hydro One had visibly created...
Past On the edge of the centre of town, an abandoned recycling factory sits at 10 Impasse Des Salines. Here over 100 migrants sleep at night and a further 300 arrive during the day to use the basic facilities and have...
On Feb. 13, Nova Scotia resident Loretta Saunders went missing. Her body was found on the side of a New Brunswick highway on Feb. 26. Originally from Labrador, Saunders was an Inuk woman writing her thesis on missing and...
In the summer of 2013, John Greyson and Tarek Loubani were making their way through Egypt en route to Gaza for humanitarian work. Loubani, a physician specializing in intensive care makes these trips to Gaza every six months to...
The kind of nostalgia and joy that I get from the postcards, letters, and photos tucked away in shoeboxes and messy piles in my drawers is unique in its warm and fuzzy quality. Looking through this archive of memory is...