Editorial: Online learning needs an an overhaul

During my recent interview with Trent University’s new President, Dr. Leo Groake (published in our last issue), he discussed at length the arrival of the digital age and how he believes it will transform higher education around the world. “Digital education is going to become a key component of higher education in the future,” he […]

Editorial: Looking back on an exciting, engaging election

By the time you read this, the results of Peterborough’s municipal election will be well known. Unfortunately, given the nature of our publication schedule, the same cannot be said for me as I write this editorial. One of the downsides of a weekly paper is that sometimes there are events and happenings you just have […]

Letters to the Editor: Issue 7

Jackson Park needs to be protected from Parkway Re: “Parkway good for the city” (letters, issue 4, September 30) Dear Arthur, Your letter-writer Joan Reeves [Letters, Issue 34] claims to be a life-long environmentalist who wants to see the Parkway bridge built through Jackson Park to “save” local streets from truck and excess car traffic. […]

Comment: “They” attacked “Us” and Canada will defend – In response to the Parliament Hill shooting on October 22

In the wake of the events on Wednesday October 22, I’ve found myself reeling with a form of disconnect from my Canadian Identity.  I have to say it, I’m honestly scared. The Prime Minister tells me that I shouldn’t be afraid though.  “Canada will never be intimidated,” he triumphantly declared in his address to the […]

Editorial: Online learning needs an an overhaul

During my recent interview with Trent University’s new President, Dr. Leo Groake (published in our last issue), he discussed at length the arrival of the digital age and how he believes it will transform higher education around the world. “Digital education is going to become a key component of higher education in the future,” he […]

Editorial: Looking back on an exciting, engaging election

By the time you read this, the results of Peterborough’s municipal election will be well known. Unfortunately, given the nature of our publication schedule, the same cannot be said for me as I write this editorial. One of the downsides of a weekly paper is that sometimes there are events and happenings you just have […]

Letters to the Editor: Issue 7

Jackson Park needs to be protected from Parkway Re: “Parkway good for the city” (letters, issue 4, September 30) Dear Arthur, Your letter-writer Joan Reeves [Letters, Issue 34] claims to be a life-long environmentalist who wants to see the Parkway bridge built through Jackson Park to “save” local streets from truck and excess car traffic. […]

Comment: “They” attacked “Us” and Canada will defend – In response to the Parliament Hill shooting on October 22

In the wake of the events on Wednesday October 22, I’ve found myself reeling with a form of disconnect from my Canadian Identity.  I have to say it, I’m honestly scared. The Prime Minister tells me that I shouldn’t be afraid though.  “Canada will never be intimidated,” he triumphantly declared in his address to the […]