Peterborough Proclaims February Black History Month at Community Race Relations Committee-led Event
On the evening of February 1st, the Community Race Relations Committee of Peterborough (CRRC) kicked off Black History Month with their Proclamation Event in collaboration with the City of Peterborough and the Peterborough Public Library. 
City and Transit Union Heading Back to Bargaining Table This Thursday and Friday as a Work Stoppage Looms
The Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) 1320, representing Peterborough Transit workers, is set to meet again with the City over two days later this week, on Thursday November 16th and Friday the 17th, after which the City’s latest offer will be voted on by members to determine if a work stoppage will occur on November 20th.
Peterborough Residents React To Waste Collection Service Changes
Changes to waste collection in Peterborough have received mixed responses from the City's residents, following the implementation of the Green Bin program, the switch to clear garbage bags, and other diversion tactics.
Currents x Arthur - Budget Week 2024
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?
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