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Posts tagged as “Issue 24”

Perspective: An interview with a familiar face

If you walk downtown you’re guaranteed to see a familiar face. Peterborough is a place to run into friends, but what about those faces you know in passing? Maybe you…

April 30 is International Jazz Day in Peterborough

On April 30, 2011, United Nations Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared this day as International Jazz Day. This declaration is a way of highlighting jazz and its way of…

Editorial: The power of Arthur

As a graduate from Trent University, my worldview has been broadened in the one year I have spent in the workforce. My journey has not been a traditional one; it…

Editorial: To build a community

The idea of summing up two years in 700 words is a daunting one. However, I’m contractually obligated to give it a shot. Really it’s the least I could do…

Letters to the Editors: Issue 24

Justice — Not War! Government is about who gets what. Government funding declares to the world what the government values – and what it doesn’t. The same weekend that Harper’s…

Why I chose to declaw my cat

I look at declawing a cat the same way I see pinning a dog’s ears up or removing the tail: unnecessary, pain, and aesthetic in a hegemonic and outdated sense.…

Comment: Canada is not so nice after all

  One of the most common stereotypes about Canadians is that they are nice and polite people. Many jokes revolve around the fact that Canada is the country where people…

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