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In this Editorial, Nick Taylor unpacks commentary from local developers and business-owners on the proposed Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) site at 220 Simcoe Street. Taylor explains how the CTS site -- a long overdue, lifesaving service -- has become a topic of criticism in local headlines and amongst some downtown property owners, despite having widespread support from the community and various levels of government.
Liam Parker reviews director Jennifer Taylor's 'For the Love of Rutland'-- a tale of 100 Syrian refugees in a small town in Vermont, USA. Parker concludes that this documentary "masterfully" balances this story about small-town life, through civil disputes over xenophobia and classism to very close-to-home scenes of the opioid crisis--in a place not all that unlike Peterborough.
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.