Consultation, Commercialization, and Confusion On Trent Lands
By
Nick Taylor
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Brazil Gaffney-Knox
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December 11, 2020
Nick and Brazil wade into the PR Pond to uncover what the 2020 Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan actually proposes. This Lands Plan sure does talk the talk, but does it walk the walk? Read this in-depth investigation to learn more about Trent’s plans to commercialize, their consultation process, and the confusion and concern surrounding it all.
On the Life and Death of @trentu.confessions
Nick Taylor unpacks the life and death of anonymous instagram account @trentu.confessions in light of their recent--and dramatic--demise.
A Call for Stories: the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Draft Plan
What you need to know about the October 2020 draft of the Trent Lands Plan, most notably, the displacement of student-led agricultural projects.
More Poison From the Plant
By
Zach Ruiter
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January 14, 2021
In the final days of 2020, BWXT received an extended licence to intensify current operations through pelleting. Zach Ruiter contextualizes this new development in a longstanding struggle between community members and this corporation.
On the Life and Death of @trentu.confessions
By
Nick Taylor
and
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November 10, 2020
Nick Taylor unpacks the life and death of anonymous instagram account @trentu.confessions in light of their recent--and dramatic--demise.
A Call for Stories: the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Draft Plan
By
Nick Taylor
and
Brazil Gaffney-Knox
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October 21, 2020
What you need to know about the October 2020 draft of the Trent Lands Plan, most notably, the displacement of student-led agricultural projects.
Save Inverlea Park
By
Marlee Lunshof
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December 15, 2020
Marlee Lunshof breaks down the City's decision to list the beloved and historic Inverlea Park as a potential site for the City's new Firehall. Find out what your City Councillor is saying about it, and how the community is responding.
Irene reflects on a trip home like no other: from Peterborough to El Salvador during amidst a global pandemic. It is a masked journey, full of introspection and a yearning, "To lay under El Salvador’s sun and hear the ocean’s whisper once again, to speak my mother tongue rather than having to translate my soul everyday; fearing that my thoughts were not being expressed properly or that mispronounced words would slip out of my mouth."