It was a peaceful gathering for most of the day. The counter rally ‘Love Lives Here’ congregated at Emmanuel United Church, across the street from the park where a rally planned by Kevin Goudreau, a known white supremacist, was expected to be held.
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The panel engaged in conversation about the critical importance of art and performance to the shaping of national identities and […]
A master canoe builder visits Peterborough and shares his knowledge with young people, and with me in this radio documentary.
These are the highlights from Trent Radio’s live broadcast from Hunter Street on July 1 during the day-long street festival […]
A holiday program about disability disclosure for CBC Radio.
Peterborough has long embraced the extraordinary beauty of the heritage buildings that grace its downtown and the value and significance […]
In speeches delivered at The Walrus Talks, accessibility advocate Aimee Louw imagines a future when she can access services without […]
Live from Sadleir House, Sounds Like Life braved a performance in front of a live studio audience. Part of Peterborough […]
There’s no question that the donkeys, mules and miniature horses at the Primrose Donkey Sanctuary in Roseneath, Ont. are well […]
The Primrose Donkey Sanctuary gives a home to discarded animals in Ontario. With the price of hay so high, there’s […]
On Saturday October 22, 2016, my family gathered in Sudbury, Ont. We were celebrating the 90th birthday of my lovely […]
The Trans-Canada Trail is touted as the longest network of trails in the world. When completed, it will span the […]