General News 

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 of Nursing, will engage in teaching scholarship to improve the learning experience for students at Trent University. The Trent Teaching Fellowships, which are funded as part of a generous gift…

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Events News 

Peterborough Petes Town Hall – Thursday, Sept. 15

On Thursday, September 15 at 7:05pm, the Peterborough Petes Board of Directors will host season ticket holders in the first ever Petes Town Hall event at Market Hall in Peterborough. The purpose of the event is to hold an open forum for questions about the Petes organization, particularly relating to team governance, operations, and community relations. Season Ticket Holders will receive an exclusive invite to the Town Hall event inside their 2016/17 season ticket booklets. The booklets can be picked up from the PMC Collins Barrow Box Office starting at…

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Robert Bateman’s Scenic Lodge in Haliburton is for Sale

“The Lodge” has served as an inspirational landscape and family getaway for internationally recognized Canadian painter and naturalist, Robert Bateman. This high-end log cabin has complete privacy and is surrounded by serene wilderness and gorgeous waterfalls. With 4 bedrooms on the main floor and a massive granite stone fireplace serving as the centrepiece for cozy gatherings – this bright, open-concept cabin is the ultimate getaway. Included are 3 separately deeded parcels with a total of 6.3 acres. The following is a description of the property provided by Robert Bateman: Our…

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Events General 

PARD to host RCMP Musical Ride – September 7th 2016

This year, PARD will be joining forces for one of our biggest events ever. This is the first time in 30 years that the Musical Ride has been hosted in Peterborough, and we are are honoured to have partnered with such exciting and patriotic event to bring forth and share with our beautiful city. Not only will this be an excellent fundraising opportunity for our therapeutic riding program, but we also hope to raise awareness about what we have to offer with PARD. Please come out and support us on…

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General 

West Nile Virus Detected in Lindsay Area

West Nile Virus Detected in Mosquitoes Trapped in Lindsay; Area Residents Encouraged to Take Precautions – Local Lindsay area residents are asked to fight the bite of mosquitoes, now that West Nile virus has been detected for the first time this year in the Health Unit region. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has received lab confirmation that a batch of mosquitoes collected in Lindsay on August 18 have tested positive for West Nile virus. This is the first time in 2016 that West Nile virus has been…

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News 

Radio Free Peterborough launches new website and two free mobile apps to celebrate 12th anniversary

Radio Free Peterborough launches new website and two free mobile apps to celebrate 12th anniversary: search, browse and stream nearly 13,000 tracks of unique audio culture from Peterborough Ontario. There must be something in the water in Peterborough Ontario. For a city of its size “The Patch” (as locals call it) boasts an incredibly rich and diverse live music scene. Back in 2004 project founders Steve McNabb and Brian Sanderson set out to capture and archive this unique body of work with several goals in mind: make it available to…

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