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Editor’s pick: Dreams of Beans should be your go to this summer

Everyone knows of Dreams of Beans, the beautiful cafe and coffee bean dispensary that sells homemade pastries such as the famous spinach and feta boureka. This was one of our favourite study spots as students, and is still a space where we enjoy having writing dates. The comfortable lighting, exposed brick and plentiful local artwork […]

Restaurant Review: Soupçon

I had eaten at Soupçon many times before officially reviewing the restaurant, so this is truly more of an awareness piece that a true review, but nevertheless. Soup is maybe the most underrated dish. I think soup should be up there with pizza, pasta and junk food on the comfort food scale. However, soup seems […]

4.3% unemployment in Peterborough: a misleading statistic

On April 9, the Peterborough Examiner’s local news featured a headline that read: “Peterborough’s March unemployment rate of 4.3% was lowest of Canada’s 34 census metropolitan areas.” The Statistics Canada report that published this finding noted the drop in unemployment rate from 8.6 per cent in November to the noteworthy 4.3 per cent in March. […]

Reconciling Family life and music: a word with Jill Staveley

Arthur sat down with  Jill Staveley, a well known musician and local figure in the Peterborough music scene. Staveley is Production Manager at Trent Radio, and has been involved in various bands such as The Burning Hell, The Staveley Project, and currently, Steelburner.  Staveley was also one of the five founding members of Rock Camp […]

The karma of Salti Yoga

“Inhale the good shit and exhale the bad shit,” reads the upcoming shirt designed by the creators of Salti Yoga.| Peterborough’s latest yoga studio offers apparel and products essential to the lifestyle. For creators Kayla Stanistreet and Tara Meldrum, that is exactly what the yoga is: a lifestyle. In addition to the benefits yoga holds […]

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Editor’s pick: Dreams of Beans should be your go to this summer

Everyone knows of Dreams of Beans, the beautiful cafe and coffee bean dispensary that sells homemade pastries such as the famous spinach and feta boureka. This was one of our favourite study spots as students, and is still a space where we enjoy having writing dates. The comfortable lighting, exposed brick and plentiful local artwork […]

Restaurant Review: Soupçon

I had eaten at Soupçon many times before officially reviewing the restaurant, so this is truly more of an awareness piece that a true review, but nevertheless. Soup is maybe the most underrated dish. I think soup should be up there with pizza, pasta and junk food on the comfort food scale. However, soup seems […]

4.3% unemployment in Peterborough: a misleading statistic

On April 9, the Peterborough Examiner’s local news featured a headline that read: “Peterborough’s March unemployment rate of 4.3% was lowest of Canada’s 34 census metropolitan areas.” The Statistics Canada report that published this finding noted the drop in unemployment rate from 8.6 per cent in November to the noteworthy 4.3 per cent in March. […]

Reconciling Family life and music: a word with Jill Staveley

Arthur sat down with  Jill Staveley, a well known musician and local figure in the Peterborough music scene. Staveley is Production Manager at Trent Radio, and has been involved in various bands such as The Burning Hell, The Staveley Project, and currently, Steelburner.  Staveley was also one of the five founding members of Rock Camp […]

The karma of Salti Yoga

“Inhale the good shit and exhale the bad shit,” reads the upcoming shirt designed by the creators of Salti Yoga.| Peterborough’s latest yoga studio offers apparel and products essential to the lifestyle. For creators Kayla Stanistreet and Tara Meldrum, that is exactly what the yoga is: a lifestyle. In addition to the benefits yoga holds […]

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