Arthur is making our Twitch livestream debut on April 1st, 2021, at 8:00pm with our First Annual Fundraiser and Telethon! Over the upcoming days, we are aiming to hit our 2021 fundraising goal of $10,000.
Your money goes to: •Good paying jobs for content creators •Year-round operation •New tech for content production •The freedom to remain independent
Brett Throop is a reporter based in Peterborough. He previously worked as a radio producer for CBC Ottawa. His writing has appeared in the Globe and Mail, the Edmonton Journal, the Ottawa Citizen, Canadian Architect and the Peterborough Examiner.
During his time as an undergrad at Trent, Brett Throop covered local and campus politics for Arthur, from Sept. '09 to Jan. '12. He was also a Staff Collective Director on Arthur's Board of Directors (Spring '11-Spring '12) during which time he organized the paper's first ever public journalism lecture with Xtra Newspaper's Andrea Houston.
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Why does a major street with three schools nearby not have sidewalks to begin with? Can the city really not afford to build one? And what does all of this say about the way Peterborough has been developing in recent decades?