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Paddling Towards Understanding


In three, 26-foot voyageur canoes, they paddled around the Kawartha Lakes region for a week. Strangers to one another, the youth came from the Micmac First Nation in Nova Scotia, the Mohawk First Nation from Akwesasne, and the Curve Lake and Alderville First Nations. Youth from New Zealand, Australia and Mexico and nine non-Indigenous youth […]

Tegan Moss on the Future of Peterborough

We are fast approaching the Peterborough municipal election, which occurs on October 22. An election is not just a changing of the guard in leadership. It is also an ideal time to start a conversation about the kind of city, and the kind of future, we want to build. There are many challenges facing this […]

Quashing the Excuses for Not ‘Doing Green’


One passionate and down-to-earth Peterborough woman is quickly making it hard to shrink behind excuses when it comes to crushing climate change. As someone who’s made some pretty huge life decisions herself in support of what’s best for the environment, Jessica Correa is putting out a message that is thawing the stiffening effects of the […]

Niambi Leigh on the Future of Peterborough

We are fast approaching the Peterborough municipal election, which occurs on October 22. An election is not just a changing of the guard in leadership, but is also an ideal time to start a conversation about the kind of city, and the kind of future, we want to build. There are many challenges facing this […]