Local Singer-Songwriter Wins Songwriting Competition

After submitting his first original recording to an international songwriting competition on a whim, Peter Graham was shocked and delighted to learn last week that he had beat 2,000 contestants to win the Grand Prize in the 2016 Spring Song Contest organized by online radio station Radio Airplay. The accompanying… Continue reading

Upcoming Memoir To Document Unique Perspective on a Troubling Part of Canadian History

  We’ve heard about residential schools but find it hard to understand how the system transformed into one of widespread institutional abuse.  At the turn of the century, the federal government decided that aboriginal children in Canada’s north children should receive a public school education.  Because the population in that… Continue reading

Hard Working Youth Establishes Successful Business

  Maryann Caldwell Many of the most successful people in business started out as teenage entrepreneurs. If that is true, then Josh Roberts, of Josh’s Property Maintenance is well on his way. At the age of 9, Josh started mowing lawns and shoveling snow for his neighbours. Josh is now… Continue reading

Another Professional Service Coming to Town

Karen Graham A Peterborough native, Robert Hiseler has spent most of his life in Peterborough but has spent time in several parts of Canada to complete his education. After completing an undergraduate degree at Queen’s, he headed east to the University of New Brunswick for a law degree to spend… Continue reading