TSW to open between Burleigh Falls and Couchiching locks beginning Friday; Peterborough Lift Lock to remain closed
Peterborough This Week - Community
General Motors has been accused of using a Volkswagen-style defeat device in its heavy-duty diesel trucks in order to beat emissions tests and bypass pollution regulations.
PETERBOROUGH — Dress rehearsals are being held for Thomas A. Stewart’s newest musical. Musical theatre students are getting ready to stage Curtains. The play is a musical mystery with clever toe-tapping music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb,
Some specifications for the upcoming all-electric sedan have leaked.
Events at the Peterborough Museum and Archives and the Lift Locks will keep people busy and show off Peterborough's heritage
Peterborough This Week - City Hall
The court application for Roy Brady says any decisions made from that meeting should be quashed and redone with public input.
Peterborough councillors have compared the City’s annexation deal to Brantford’s, which cost around $60 million less
Planning committee approves the site plan for the casino and hotel at 1400 Crawford Dr.
On Tuesday (May 23) council could approve the site plan for development to begin in July
Peterborough This Week - Crime
A 36-year-old Peterborough man has been charged with possessing and making available child pornography after numerous files were seized during a search at his home.
Peterborough's police and Crown secured their first conviction of a member of the Ugly Crew as Jason Brown headed off to jail for another 130 days. Brown, 36, of Collison Avenue in Peterborough, was convicted of possession of cocaine for the purpo
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Northumberland News - Local
NATO to lend support to coalition against ISIL, says Sec.-Gen. Stoltenberg
Northumberland News - Crime
COBOURG -- Investigators from the province’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) are examining the circumstances surrounding the death of a 24-year-old woman inside a residence in Cobourg.
Police officers and firefighters worked together to lift a car and rescue a woman pinned under it after the car crashed into a bus shelter on Bond Street shortly before noon on Wednesday.
If you live or plan to travel through Cobourg and have been putting off renewing that licence plate sticker, think again.
Police continue to investigate after reported abduction victim calls to say he's safe.
A Brighton woman faces charges after police responded to a call that her partner had been attacked with a hatchet.
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Jared Kushner is under scrutiny by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the Russia probe, the Washington Post and NBC News report.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, facing demands that Canada invest more in its military, says caring for troops is the priority in the upcoming defence policy. His comments in Brussels raise questions about the focus of the Liberal government's long-awaited statement.
Canada's judicial watchdog is initiating a complaint against Ontario Superior Court Justice Susanne Goodman after the province's court of appeal issued a blistering ruling that calls into question her very abilities as a judge.
Of the more than 1,000 girls playing minor hockey on Vancouver Island, only 300 play on all-female teams, while the other 700 play on co-ed or boys teams, says the head of the hockey association. And that's a problem for many girls and their families.
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Metrolinx declines to release estimates of how much each ride on the air-rail link costs the public.
Mayor John Tory is flooded with criticism over plans to ask all city divisions and agencies to keep spending at 2017 levels and to shelve a change to stormwater fees.
The Conservative party is gathering in Toronto to select a new leader. What kind of organization will that person inherit?
Kathi Wallace will helm the controversy-plagued York Region school board until a permanent replacement can be found. Experts warn this will be no easy task.
Biking to work year round from Etobicoke to downtown Toronto for about eight years, I’ve seen many things, good and bad. Nothing prepared me for the accident I saw on Wednesday.