Monday, December 5, 2016
Lesley Parnell Lesley Parnell is the type of woman that, if you were to ask her age, she would spread a rumour about you serving frozen dinners to your family on Christmas. Her humblebrags about trips to the farmers market...
I’ve had enough. I’ve had enough of family members contacting me telling me to be safe because news of recent Trent happenings have spread around social media. I’ve had enough of hearing that students feel unsafe leaving their dorms...
Don "the Dad" Vassiliadis Don Vassiliadis is the uninvolved father figure from 80s movies. He sits at the dinner table, eats his meal, occasionally gives nods of approval to the rest of those in attendance and votes with the rest...
Dan McWilliams Dan “the hawk” McWilliams is a man with infinite capacity for flare and passionate disinterest. He treats the voices of city staff as the starting pistol for a strategic nap, then jolts out of his catatonic...
The city of Peterborough has an offer on its electrical distribution service from Hydro One which priced Peterborough Distribution Inc. (PDI) at $105 million. This is the first substantive event in a saga that has been dragging on for...
As of October 26th, a refugee camp that housed close to 7,000 migrants attempting to gain entry to the United Kingdom was dismantled in Calais. Despite housing just a fraction of the 77,000 residents at the refugee camp in...
We have heard a lot about the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAP) or Bakken Pipeline in the last month or so, and we can thank the efforts of the North Dakotan tribe of Standing Rock Sioux for bringing it to...
Diane Therrien, Cat Herder Diane Therrien is an honest to god cat herder attempting to coax a group of people all of which own at least one Bon Jovi album into the 21st century. As the lone City Councillor to...
Keith Riel: Wounded Wolf Peterborough City Councillor Keith Riel is a wounded wolf of Main Street who is haunted by the direction the world has gone in since the ‘80s. Keith Riel looks like a man whose height and stature...
Given widespread interest and skepticism surrounding the current United States presidential election, the Department of Political Studies and Champlain College held a “Round Table Discussion on the U.S. Election” on Tuesday October 5th inside the Champlain Living and Learning...