Charlie Earle Micro-Grant Returns for a Second Year
Irene Suvillaga dives into the legacy of Charlie Earle, a beloved Peterborough musician who passed away in 2019. The Charlie Earle Micro-Grant, created by family, friends, and the Trent Centre for Women and Trans People helps to support up and coming Black woman or non-binary artists with a one-time bursary. The grant's second year will close on Friday, January 22 and the 2021 winner will be announced later this spring.
Climate and Environment in the 2021 City Budget
The City declared a climate crisis in 2019, check out Rob Gibson's coverage of the 2021 city budget from an environmental perspective.
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City Council Approves Police Budget IncreaseCity Council Approves Police Budget Increase
City Council Approves Police Budget Increase
Spencer Wells reports on the City's decision to increase the Peterborough Police Service (PPS) budget by 2.43% amidst calls from Black Lives Matter Nogojiwanong to defund the police, and re-allocate those funds to social services. Learn more about how the PPS budget gets drafted each year.
Toasting the Theatre on KingToasting the Theatre on King
Toasting the Theatre on King
Local performing arts venue holds a holiday bottle drive to raise money from December to early January.
Fentanyl, COVID-19 and New Measures to Keep our City SafeFentanyl, COVID-19 and New Measures to Keep our City Safe
Fentanyl, COVID-19 and New Measures to Keep our City Safe
As the Opioid Response Hub including a safe consumption site takes shape in Peterborough's downtown, Aras Mommertz tells the story of the opioid crisis in Peterborough and how these measures act as steps toward a safer city for all residents.
How to Read the Budget: HousingHow to Read the Budget: Housing
How to Read the Budget: Housing
The Draft Peterborough City Budget for 2021 is currently under review. Here's what you need to know about housing in the City's budget.
Reflecting on Transgender Day of RemembranceReflecting on Transgender Day of Remembrance
Reflecting on Transgender Day of Remembrance
Trans Day of Remembrance, November 20, was commemorated in Peterborough-Nogojiwanong by various student and community run groups. Read more about their Virtual Vigil and this worldwide movement to highlight those lost to violence and anti-transgender bigotry.
Future Majority Puts Minister Monsef, Mayor Therrien in the Hot SeatFuture Majority Puts Minister Monsef, Mayor Therrien in the Hot Seat
Future Majority Puts Minister Monsef, Mayor Therrien in the Hot Seat
Youth activists from Future Majority grill Maryam Monsef and Diane Therrien about the most pressing issues of our time. Read more about the Future Majority Town Hall.
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Teaching Awards by The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Trent
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Lady Eaton College and Forensic Science Society

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