Episode 8 is a day late because the Easter long weekend pushed Peterborough City Council by a day. In this episode, we talked about so much and focused on the Province of Ontario's decisions surrounding Peterborough's proposed Official Plan. We also talked about the following:

  • PM Justin Trudeau visiting former MP Maryam Monsef's new baby
  • New Poet Laureate Ziysah von Beiberstein
  • New ultra-low, and ultra-small in scope, overnight electricity plan
  • Covid update in Peterborough
  • Council voting against naloxone training for city staff
  • Provincial $2.5M funding for affordable housing
  • Trent is building a new residence for 215 students
  • Approved changes to Peterborough's "ABOMINATION" intersection

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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay is a Canadian Studies PhD Candidate at Trent University and the Coordinating Editor of Arthur, the independent student newspaper for Trent University and Peterborough-Nogojiwanong.

Danny Taro, a.k.a. MyHomie2Taro is a livestreamer and content creator based out of Peterborough, Ontario, who focuses on Canadian news, politics and culture. He is also the Website Designer for Arthur and has prevously sat on Arthur's Board of Directors.

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