Every Monday in Peterborough, right when City Council sits down for their weekly meetings, across the street Food Not Bombs Peterborough is setting up tables and laying out a free community meal, open to all.
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Seven years ago, Janice Keil set out on a mission to find a perfect plot of land. She loaded up her bike, took the GO train, and cycled around Southern Ontario looking for an ideal location for her new home.
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.
A master canoe builder visits Peterborough and shares his knowledge with young people, and with me in this radio documentary.
A holiday program about disability disclosure for CBC Radio.
In speeches delivered at The Walrus Talks, accessibility advocate Aimee Louw imagines a future when she can access services without […]
A video about Cross Country Checkup host Duncan McCue and his radio sign-off.
The Primrose Donkey Sanctuary gives a home to discarded animals in Ontario. With the price of hay so high, there’s […]
The Trans-Canada Trail is touted as the longest network of trails in the world. When completed, it will span the […]
Spring of 1968, an 18-year-old ‘unwed mother’ sees her son for the first and last time before a 33 year […]
Around the end of September and beginning of October, I had the amazing experience of helping James Whetung of the […]
Fatima Abdul-Rahman is pleased the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, is reopening this weekend. But, after barely surviving the attack […]