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Vital Signs® Report revealed Oct. 6

Vital Signs® is community knowledge in action.  It is a tool we can use to recognize our community’s strengths, identify needs, and help us to understand how we’re changing over time.  Vital Signs® is used by many people and organizations in our community to educate, champion important issues and bring people together to make positive change.  You can use it …

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Peterborough’s Sylvie Copland, Winner of National Award

St. Catherine Catholic Elementary School’s Sylvie Copland has received $2,500 for school programming and supplies as a top winner of the 10th annual Canadian Family Teacher Awards. Sylvie was presented with her winning prize money, an enlarged cheque, as well as other prizes during an award ceremony at her home school. The Teacher Awards is a national program whereby teachers …

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A Historical Timeline of Peterborough

A Historical Timeline of Peterborough From 9000 BC to Present  Credit to : Shawn Hughes (Teacher at Crestwood SS) 9000 BC to 5000 BC: Paleo-Indians lived in the area. 5000 BC to 1000 BC: Laurentian people lived in southern Ontario. 1000 BC to 1000 AD: Woodland peoples in the area. Initial Woodland had no contact with Europeans. Petroglyphs completed between …

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Trent University Announces Inaugural Teaching Fellows

Dr. Stephen Hill and Dr. Jane Mackie announced as two new fellows thanks to generous gift Trent University’s Centre for Teaching and Learning is delighted to announce the first two recipients of the inaugural Trent Teaching Fellowships, Dr. Stephen Hill, an associate professor with the School of the Environment, and Dr. Jane Mackie, an assistant professor with the Trent/Fleming School …

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