Peterborough Examiner / Peterborough This Week
Bike lanes on Charlotte Street ‘fantastic’ says business owner, but not all are convinced:Charlotte Pantry owner Brian Manley says he’s concerned about parking and making sure emergency vehicles can safely get to the hospital
Peterborough now 21st worst Canadian city for bed bugs: national pest company:Local health inspector advises learning more about the pests, including what they look like and where they hide
King George school parents want board to listen to their concerns before busing kids to Lakefield:Parents urged to take survey that will be presented to the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board
Cobourg fundraiser to benefit typhoon victims in the Philippines:Zumba FUN-Raiser to be held on Jan. 27 at Premiere Dance Studio
County issues "important reminder" after medical waste turns up at Northumberland recycling facility
Northumberland man facing charges for assault, attempting to choke, suffocate or strangle another person
Traffic stop leads Northumberland OPP to lay charges against St. Catharine's man:Accused facing charges for personation with intent to avoid arrest, obstruction and more
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Unconfirmed report says daughters of Pakistani woman who avoided death sentence for blasphemy are in Canada
British ultra-runner wins ‘brutal’ 430-km race in record time — while pumping milk for her baby daughter
The former Mississauga mayor, who served from 1978 to 2014, will offer advice to the Ontario government on a range of municipal issues.
A new study has found that although the unemployment gap between university-educated immigrants and their Canadian-born counterparts is narrowing, the demand for Canadian job experience remains a key barrier for newcomers.
Ontario axes program that helps adults with autism and other developmental disabilities build rich and meaningful lives.
Quebec and British Columbia will be central to Justin Trudeau’s re-election fortunes next fall, and the party’s gong show of a campaign in Burnaby South does not bode well, Chantal Hébert writes.