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Governments of Canada and Ontario invest in Peterborough-Toronto freight rail analysis

Modern and efficient transportation routes are crucial to encouraging and supporting economic activity, facilitating trade, and creating good paying, middle class jobs. The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing in well-planned infrastructure that will make it easier to move people and products across the country, while supporting sustained economic growth and productivity for years to come. The Honourable […]

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Frostbite Alert

First Frostbite Alert of the Season Issued

Peterborough Public Health has issued the first Frostbite Alert of the season because of forecasted wind chill values of -28 or lower from December 13 to 14. Temperatures are expected to rise above Frostbite Alert criteria during the late evening of Thursday, December 14, 2017 Extreme cold events are a potentially significant health risk and […]

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Curve Lake First Nation Website

Curve Lake First Nation announces their new and improved website!

Curve Lake First Nation invites you to visit their new and improved web site at http://www.curvelakefirstnation.ca  The goal of the website is to support the community and share information on services, history, culture, tourism and upcoming events with band members and non-Native visitors. The updated site is now Mobile Friendly (view it on your smartphone or tablet) […]

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Urban Park

Construction work on the Urban Park at Charlotte Street and Louis Street in Downtown Peterborough is commencing its demolition and removal phase on December 4, 2017

Construction work on the Urban Park at Charlotte Street and Louis Street in Downtown Peterborough is commencing its demolition and removal phase on December 4, 2017. The contract for the demolition and removal of a portion of Louis Street, the entire Louis Street Municipal Parking Lot and the building at 220 King Street (former Shish-Kabob […]

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