Nine City Buildings Identified for Potential Emissions-Reducing RetrofitsNine City Buildings Identified for Potential Emissions-Reducing Retrofits
Nine City Buildings Identified for Potential Emissions-Reducing Retrofits
A presentation by Efficiency Engineering Inc. to Peterborough City Council on June 17th outlined expected costs should the City decide to embark on retrofitting nine buildings to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50-80 percent over the next 20 years.
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 19, 2024
Council Grants Preliminary Approval for In-House Economic Development DivisionCouncil Grants Preliminary Approval for In-House Economic Development Division
Council Grants Preliminary Approval for In-House Economic Development Division
Council granted preliminary approval of in-house economic development division and endorsed a call on the provincial and federal governments to consider economic impact of Fleming College program cuts.
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 18, 2024
Trent's Faculty Association Passes Motion Calling for Divestment and Permanent Ceasefire in GazaTrent's Faculty Association Passes Motion Calling for Divestment and Permanent Ceasefire in Gaza
Trent's Faculty Association Passes Motion Calling for Divestment and Permanent Ceasefire in Gaza
Trent University Faculty Association (TUFA), the union representing full-time faculty and librarians at Trent University, passed a motion on June 12th which calls for a permanent ceasefire and condemns scholasticide in Gaza and other Occupied Palestinian Territories.
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June 14, 2024
Peterborough Council Faces "sobering reality" of the 2025 City BudgetPeterborough Council Faces "sobering reality" of the 2025 City Budget
Peterborough Council Faces "sobering reality" of the 2025 City Budget
Another difficult budget is on the horizon for the City of Peterborough, as City Staff informed Councillors during an all day meeting on Tuesday June 11th.
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 13, 2024
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Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series Showcase
Co-editor Abbigale Kernya sits down with Peterborough poet and founder of the Show and Tell Poetry Series, Justin Million, to talk about the future of the series following the June 2nd announcement that the Series' poetry showcase will end in July after nine years of operation, in tandem with his experience working as an artist in the city.
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 18, 2024
Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series ShowcaseJustin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series Showcase
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June 18, 2024
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
Arthur's resident film fanatic, Evan Robins, speaks to Take Cover Books' Sean and Andrew Fitzpatrick about the store's new (and FREE!) Film Club, and their aspirations to make the space more than just a bookstore.
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Evan Robins
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June 11, 2024
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
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June 11, 2024
Long Live Weird Women
Following the discovery of Sylvia Plath and Mona Awad that forever changed her life, Arthur co-editor Abbigale Kernya opens up in a vulnerable journey detailing her affinity for weird women in literature and why, against her better judgement, she has decided to re-read the best-selling fantasy series "A Court of Thorns and Roses."
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 4, 2024
Long Live Weird Women    Long Live Weird Women
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 4, 2024
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Peterborough Council Faces "sobering reality" of the 2025 City Budget
Another difficult budget is on the horizon for the City of Peterborough, as City Staff informed Councillors during an all day meeting on Tuesday June 11th.
Peterborough Council Faces "sobering reality" of the 2025 City BudgetPeterborough Council Faces "sobering reality" of the 2025 City Budget
Goodbye, Dr. Groarke
After listening to Leo Groarke compare himself to Wayne Gretzky at her convocation ceremony, Arthur co-editor, Evan Robins, sits down to reflect on the beloved President's legacy of housing shortfalls and imaginary innovation parks.
After listening to Leo Groarke compare himself to Wayne Gretzky at her convocation ceremony, Arthur co-editor, Evan Robins, sits down to reflect on the beloved President's legacy of housing shortfalls and imaginary innovation parks.
Council Approves Armour Road Apartment Building After Five Years of Delays, Protests, and Appeals
A notice of motion brought forward by Mayor Jeff Leal which would see City staff be directed to initiate an amendment to the City’s Official Plan which would allow for the development of a seven-storey apartment building by Parkview Homes on the corner of Cunningham and Armour Road in Peterborough was ratified during a meeting of Council on June 10th.
A notice of motion brought forward by Mayor Jeff Leal which would see City staff be directed to initiate an amendment to the City’s Official Plan which would allow for the development of a seven-storey apartment building by Parkview Homes on the corner of Cunningham and Armour Road in Peterborough was ratified during a meeting of Council on June 10th.
Radio Free Arthur
Happy Tortured Poets Department release day to all who celebrate! Having listened to all two hours of the extended "Anthology" edition of this most recent emission from the Queen of jet-setting herself the editors get down and dirty in the lyrical content of the album.
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
Arthur's resident film fanatic, Evan Robins, speaks to Take Cover Books' Sean and Andrew Fitzpatrick about the store's new (and FREE!) Film Club, and their aspirations to make the space more than just a bookstore.
Long Live Weird Women    Long Live Weird Women
Following the discovery of Sylvia Plath and Mona Awad that forever changed her life, Arthur co-editor Abbigale Kernya opens up in a vulnerable journey detailing her affinity for weird women in literature and why, against her better judgement, she has decided to re-read the best-selling fantasy series "A Court of Thorns and Roses."
Editorial: A Long StaycationEditorial: A Long Staycation
Every summer implies the frigidity of its ending—just make sure to quote me on that in your Instagram captions.
Letter to the Editors: Trent Must Address Student Wellness Centre Director's BehaviourLetter to the Editors: Trent Must Address Student Wellness Centre Director's Behaviour
S4P Trent writes to Trent University administration to urge them to address Director of its Student Wellness Centre, Stewart Engelberg's decision to film student protesters at a May 15th sit-in and leave anti-Palestinian comments under S4P Trent posts.
Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series ShowcaseJustin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series Showcase
Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series Showcase
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team
"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team
Meet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough GuyMeet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough Guy
Meet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough Guy