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- Peterborough school boards to receive $19.1M for COVID-19 upgrades April 14, 2021The federal and provincial governments are contributing more than $19.1 million to Peterborough and area schools for COVID-19-related upgrades.The Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board will receive $10,750,000, while the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic School Board will receive $8,356,433In all, $656.5 million in COVID-19 Resilience Stream funding will go to 9,800 projects at […]
- City of Peterborough considers dog-waste fix for 2022 April 14, 2021There’s too much garbage and dog waste in city parks in springtime, says Coun. Lesley Parnell — but there might be a fix coming in the spring of 2022.“Every year, we find after the snow melt there’s way too much litter — and dog waste — everywhere, and it’s really frustrating to those of us […]
- City launching survey on proposed twin-pad arena at Morrow Park in Peterborough April 14, 2021Peterborough residents will soon be asked for feedback on plans for a new athletic complex for Morrow Park that will have two ice pads to start, plus a pool and a third ice pad added later.A survey will be launched online next week and be available for about three weeks, said Gillian Barnes, the city’s […]
- Group wants Lakefield trailer camp turned into public park April 13, 2021LAKEFIELD — A group wants the campground at the Lakefield Park and Campground to be turned into parkland.Selwyn Township council is seeking public input in a review of the future of the 138-site campground inside the 23-acre Lakefield Park on Hague Point.The review was launched last fall after concerns were raised about trees that were […]
- As COVID-19 cases soar in Peterborough after a record week, socialization, travel putting more people at risk April 13, 2021There were 20 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the Peterborough area on Tuesday, bringing the number of active cases up to 120.The cumulative number of cases hit 1,000 on Sunday: by Tuesday, it had arrived at 1,029 (with 897 cases resolved).The number of deaths from COVID-19 remained stable on Tuesday at 12.At a virtual […]