Santa Claus Entertainment Events General 

44th Annual Peterborough Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade

Santa Claus Parade The Kinsmen Club of Peterborough is proud to present their 44th Annual Peterborough Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade. This special holiday parade, sponsored by the local Kinsmen Club features local service clubs, businesses and community organizations (and let’s not forget Mr. Claus himself!) As usual, the parade route begins at City Hall on George St. and travels through Downtown Peterborough where it stops at the Memorial Centre. This year the parade will take place Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 starting at 4:45pm from City Hall.

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NoH8 General Police Media Release 

Peterborough Police Re-Launch NoH8 Cards Campaign

As part of Crime Prevention Week 2017 and the Service’s ongoing efforts to improve the reporting of hate crimes, we are relaunching our NoH8 Campaign. The Peterborough Police Service was a leader in capturing both hate biased incidents as well as hate biased crimes, and continues to work in collaboration with many partners to improve community safety and well-being through various crime prevention and reporting strategies. “There is always opportunity to improve reporting. We have heard from the community that there can be uncertainty as to what defines a hate…

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Red Green Events General 

Red Green at Chapters on November 10, 2017

Uncle Red is coming all the way from Possum Lodge to sign his latest masterpiece THE WOULDA COULDA SHOULDA GUIDE TO CANADIAN INVENTIONS Event Details: Chapters Peterborough Peterborough, ON Friday, November 10 at 7PM One of Canada’s greatest inventors appraises his peers, with mixed results. The author of How to Do Everything and Red Green’s Beginner’s Guide to Women has never been afraid to take on jobs doomed to failure. This latest project is perhaps the nearest he has come to a triumph. In The Woulda Coulda Shoulda Guide to Canadian Inventions Red surveys, analyzes, critiques and in some cases…

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Exploring Mansion General 

Exploring the abandoned Pammett House

DaaDeeOh’s Urban Exploration Youtube video “When I first went into the house I was truly amazed at how cool this place initially felt. Immediately to my left when I entered was an indoor swimming pool opulently made with what appeared to be a waterfall in the corner it was very cool but full of sludgy water. Going back into the interior of the house I kept noticing that the choice of the decor just didn’t seem to match one another and I am by no means a fashion critic so…

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Fraud-Alert Police Media Release 

FRAUD ALERT: Emergency Scam circulating in Peterborough

The Peterborough Police Service is warning the public that the emergency scam is circulating in our area. We remind residents when it comes to over-the-phone scams always make your decision based on logic, not on emotions. Before responding to any emergency scam ask yourself if the scam really makes sense and take a minute to call other relatives to verify the story. From the Competition Bureau of Canada: Emergency scams target grandparents and play upon their emotions to rob them of their money. What to look for:  In the typical…

Read More Online Store Closed General News online is now CLOSED for business

The online store is now closed for business. Sears Canada has a long and well-documented history of being a great place to shop and work. Sears thanks its customers for their loyalty and support since 1953, when it began serving Canadians coast to coast under its then corporate name, Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Sears also extends heartfelt thanks to its associates, both current and former, who helped build the Company into what was, for much of its existence, Canada’s largest retailer, providing great value through quality products and exceptional services and…

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