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Are Some Countries Destined for Under-development?

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St,, Peterborough

The David Morrison Lecture in International Development Presented by Trent University Since the mid-1990s, we have witnessed an explosion in the literature in development economics that tries to explain the poor economic performance in certain developing countries – especially the ones in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) – in terms of factors, [...]

DBIA Breakfast Network

Empress Gardens 131 Charlotte Street, Peterborough

The DBIA Breakfast Network is pleased to be hosting Detective Keith Calderwood of the Peterborough Police Service to talk about fraud prevention on Wednesday, Nov. 15. The DBIA Breakfast Network meets on the third Wednesday of the month at Empress Gardens at 131 Charlotte Street. Breakfast starts at 7:30 am [...]

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An Evening with Spirit

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St,, Peterborough

Presented by Kawartha Mediums Join Acclaimed Evidential Medium Anthony Mrocka for evening of spirit communication as he bridges the gap between the two worlds and brings forth evidence, personality, and memories from your loved ones in spirit, with messages of healing and love. http://kawarthamediums.com/anthony/

The Provost’s Lecture Series: Reconciliation, Taking Stock and Moving Forward

Enwayaang Building 1600 West Bank Drive, Peterborough

Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies Presents: The Provost’s Lecture Series: Reconciliation, Taking Stock and Moving Forward  Peterborough, Ontario – A series of 5 presentations taking place at 7pm in the Ernest and Florence Benedict Gathering Space, Enwayaang Building.   January 30 will feature Niigan Sinclair, Associate Professor from the [...]

Speaker: Thomas Teuwen

Thomas Teuwen was involved with Elizabeth May's re-election and other winning campaigns (most recently for the Charlottetown Six in PEI). He is delivering acclaimed Green Team Building seminars across the country, and he is only in Ontario briefly. We are so lucky to have been able to get Peterborough onto his schedule! [...]

DBIA Breakfast Network with Su Ditta, Executive Director of EC3

Empress Gardens 131 Charlotte Street, Peterborough

Join the DBIA Breakfast Network this Wednesday, September 18 as we host guest speaker Su Ditta, Executive Director of EC3. Ditta will bring an illustrated talk offering a behind the scenes look at the arts scene in Peterborough and its impact on our social, economic and cultural vitality. The DBIA [...]

Face to Face with Séan McCann of Great Big Sea

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St,, Peterborough

Séan McCann bought his first guitar in 1989 which he affectionately calls “Old Brown”. Old Brown has been around. He was there for the first song Séan ever wrote. He was there as Séan founded Great Big Sea, the acclaimed and multi-million album selling band that would change his life. [...]

Maureen Jennings: Murdoch and Beyond

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St,, Peterborough

Born in the UK and now living in Toronto, Ontario. She is best known for her Murdoch Mysteries series, which was adapted to film and television and translated into eight languages. She was awarded the Grant Allen Award for contribution to her genre in 2011, and has been nominated eight [...]

Blackwell In Conversation With… Jillian Keiley

Online

Jillian Keiley, award-winning director from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Founder of Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland and the Artistic Director of the National Arts Centre’s English Theatre. 4th Line Theatre’s yearly Artist Talk series is going online this spring. Like everyone else in these unprecedented times, 4th Line is responding to the [...]

Kim Blackwell in Conversation With Sedina Fiati

Kim Blackwell in Conversation With… will illuminate the political realities of the Canadian theatre scene, featuring Canadian artists on the cusp of the present seismic shift in Canadian arts ecology as they grapple with the issues surrounding anti-black and systemic racism that indigenous artists and cultural workers are facing in the [...]

Murray McLauchlan: Getting Out of Here Alive

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre 140 Charlotte St,, Peterborough

Thirty odd years after his first foray into music, Murray has eighteen albums to his credit. His songs have been covered by many other artists and he has now played in every major hall in Canada. The recipient of many awards including 11 Junos he was inducted into the Canadian [...]

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