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Downtown Peterborough Urban Park Proposal

  If all goes as planned there could eventually be a new downtown park at Louis St. next to the existing Shoppers Drug Mart that would have a refrigerated skating rink in winter, a “ground geyser” water park in summer, a stage with space to hold outdoor concerts and a prominent piece of public art. “It’s an exciting project, and good for the downtown,” said Coun. ...

Peterborough Rugby hosting their first blood drive of 2014!

  The Peterborough Pagans Rugby Team is giving new meaning to the saying "Give Blood, Play Rugby". The PRUFC (Peterborough Rugby Club) is holding their first blood drive of 2014!  Their goal is to have 50 units of blood donated this year.  If you are 17 and over, please consider coming out to donate Saturday, Feb 8th.  The clinic is open 8 am-12 noon.  Please call ...

Roland's Steakhouse Rocks!

I remember loving Saturday nights as a child because it often meant my parents were going out for the night and we were getting a babysitter.  My parents are great but the sitter was always some young teenage girl that I thought was pretty cool.  My brother David and I would eat salt and vinegar chips (the kind that used to come in a cardboard box with two skinny bags in them) and watch ...

Roland's Steakhouse Rocks!

I remember loving Saturday nights as a child because it often meant my parents were going out for the night and we were getting a babysitter.  My parents are great but the sitter was always some young teenage girl that I thought was pretty cool.  My brother David and I would eat salt and vinegar chips (the kind that used to come in a cardboard box with two skinny bags in them) and watch ...

New Jobs at Airport

Finally good news on the Job front for the Peterborough area. On Tuesday, a new expansion for Flying Colours was announced at their site on the Peterborough Airport. The company will spend about $ 12 M on an additional building of 120,000 square feet and John Gillespie the CEO of Flying Colours stated that this expansion will add from 60 to 100 high skilled jobs on top of the 190 employees currently ...

Changes coming for the Condo Act

A sea change is coming for the management and operation of the province’s 600,000 condominium units if recommendations in Stage 2 of the Condominium Act review, released last month, become law. Last year, the Ontario government retained Ottawa-based Canada’s Public Policy Forum to lead a review of the 2001 Condominium Act and recommend changes to solve a number of perceived problems with ...

ATTENTION * First time cottage buyers

  Spectacular views and accessibility to winter and summer activities   $241,500   2135 Chipmunk rd Lakefield, ON K0L 2H0 ENJOY THE COTTAGE!!! FOUR SEASON ACTIVITIES ARE ENJOYED AT THIS IMMACULATE COTTAGE/HOME ON WHITE LAKE,USED AS A FOUR SEASON HOME BY CURRENT OWNER, 2 BEDROOMS EASILY COVERTED TO THREE BEDROOMS.SOME OF THE MANY FEATURES ARE THE EASY CLEANING ...

Zoning Approval

Peterborough City Council will approve first reading of the bylaw to approve the change of zoning for # 545 The Queensway. The zoning change passed unanimously at the Planning meeting two weeks ago and will allow the developer to proceed with a commercial retail development on the 13 acres just east of the Costco Property. Previously this area had an industrial zoning and this change will allow for ...

Tourist Center

As reported in the February 1st / 2014 issue of the Peterborough Examiner it appears that the Peterborough Economic Development Corporation's Tourist Bureau will not be staying at it's current location. The Gary King, CAO of Peterborough County has raised concerns about current costs of $ 81,000 per year with no rental costs which will rise to $ 217,000 in 2017. The Peterborough Economic Development chairman, ...

Toronto Cottage Life Show 2014

    The Toronto Cottage Life show at the International Centre Toronto. March 28-30th, 2014   To get your spring fever boiling why not come out and enjoy a taste of summer. The vendor list goes on and on. Everything even remotely associated with life at a cottage or recreational property will be on display for your enjoyment. Most importantly you will need a cottage and ...