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Call for a World Omnibus Bill

The World Omnibus Bill: imagine the impact that this would have if was taken up by a progressive political party. Really! That someone might actually ask for our input on…

Positive Stories Abound!

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…

The Dark Room Project

When I dropped out of the Frost Centre’s Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies program in 2009, I had no idea I would eventually be living and breathing my subject matter,…

Trent University Must Divest From the Fossil Fuel Industry

The year 2012 marked record low sea ice levels, the most destructive wildfire in Colorado’s history, one of the most destructive hurricanes in New York’s history, severe drought across North…

Review: Emmanuel Jouthe’s Scan and Cinq Humeurs

Sexuality, vulnerability, power, suspense, individualism, and synchronicity were all recurring themes in Public Energy’s showcase of Scan and Cinq Humeurs by artist-in-residence Emmanuel Jouthe. The performances took place at Market…

Food Waste in Peterborough

Photos by Tori Silvera. Article by Jen Boon and Tori Silvera. Get this: almost half of all food produced worldwide is wasted. It gets tossed into the garbage bin during…

Does a Higher Education Equal a Rewarding Career?

For the student body this is a time of building excitement as summer holidays now seem to be just around the corner. Indeed, for many third and fourth year students,…

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