Peterborough This Week - Community
Here is our weekly look at the most read stories of the week. 1) Peterborough Police are scene of a reported stabbing 2) Dog owner feels duped, wants her beloved pet back 3) Police chase in Peterborough and then Havelock ends with arrest of on
Recently, the Canadian WW1 Monument scheduled to be officially unveiled on Aug. 22 at Loos-en-Gohelle, France, received a substantial donation from the Hill 70 Gala held at the Peterborough Armoury on April 7. $25,000 was presented to Mr. Rob
Peterborough This Week - City Hall
Immigrant entrepreneurs provide fresh and creative business perspectives, says Becky Rogers
Toronto design firm wins competition to build mirrored tribute to peace keepers in Peterborough's new park
Studio F Minus of Toronto will create the UN Peacekeepers Monument in the City’s new urban park. This initiative was developed in partnership with and sponsored by the Peterborough chapter of the UN Peacekeepers Association. The call for proposals
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Better bike lanes in Peterborough improve economy, health and social networks: Vision 2025 consultant
Recreation specialist Robert Lockhart says the economic boost is just the beginning of what bike lanes and trails do for cities
On Monday (June 12) city committee voted to allow parking on the Brock Street municipal lot and allow residential units on the first floor
Peterborough This Week - Crime
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A summary of criminal court cases from June 6 and June 13 to 15
HAVELOCK — An alert citizen helped police snag an allegedly impaired driver Thursday night (June 22).
Nicole Margaret Menard, 35, of Albert Street, is charged with assault and mischief under $5,000.
Hayley Cormier, 22, sentenced to 17 days behind bars on June 6
Northumberland News - Local
Pain drove B.C. woman and 'thousands' to street drugs after medication cut off
Dr. Danielle Martin was in Cobourg Wednesday, June 14 at the invitation of the Port Hope Northumberland Community Health Centre. The Canadian physician is well-known for her appearance before the United States Senate as a champion of Medicare, at the invitation of Senator Bernie Sanders.
Northumberland News - Crime
A senior citizen in Port Hope has fallen victim to a scam after she wired money via Western Union to a location believed to be in Quebec.
Cobourg police investigated car striking median and early morning air conditioner install the week of June 12 to June 18
From June 12 to June 18, the Cobourg Police Service responded to 194 calls, including a single-vehicle collision on Division Street in the early morning hours on June 18.
Stirling Community Press
'You're celebrating colonization': 4 Indigenous people share why they won't be singing O Canada on July 1
Four Indigenous people share what they will be doing to mark Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will march in Canada's largest Pride parade today.
An overturned oil tanker has burst into flames in Pakistan, killing 148 people who had rushed to the scene of the highway accident to gather leaking fuel.
Sean Charters has now spent a third of his life in Newfoundland and Labrador, and feels he's earned the right to express his mixed opinions of the place.
'Young, tough and determined': The intrepid diplomats who brought 70,000 Vietnamese boat people to Canada
It took six hours by bus, three by boat and a last stretch on foot wading through waist-high water to reach the Malaysian refugee camp where Canadian immigration officials interviewed some of the 70,000 Vietnamese refugees who were brought to Canada in 1979. Two former visa officers reflect on the physically and emotionally gruelling diplomatic adventure.
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There is plenty of food north of the Arctic Circle — caribou, walrus, seal, beluga, fish and polar bear
Fire erupted as local villagers were at the scene collecting fuel from the overturned tanker.
The fierce, furry rodent's pelts still appear at a few auctions, a far cry from its important role in the country's beginnings. Part of a series on Canadian myths
The truth about the gay village is that for at least a decade, a lot of young queer life in Toronto has coalesced outside of it.
Without a roof over his head for years, Mazzone can now be found on the walls of the wealthy, from “Dragons’ Den” co-star Michael Wekerle to the Jays’ Jose Bautista.
Unions say help in classrooms needed as teachers, education assistants say incidents on the rise.