Harrison Perkins Journalisim Student at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario, Canada
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4 year old boy with special needs has dog stolen

A four-year-old boy with special needs in Peterborough, Ontario is missing his best friend again tonight. Advertisements

The home of Peterborough’s first doctor celebrated

Following a month of bizarre and frankly embarrassing stories coming out of Canada, I thought it would be refreshing to read some good news for a change. It seems we heard it all, from body parts being mailed to the federal Conservative headquarters, a shooting in one of the country’s busiest shopping malls, and just … Continue reading

Province wide protest calls for change

Protests, rallies and social media campaigns took place across Ontario Saturday to send a message to Premier Dalton McGuinty, The Ministry of Education and Queen’s Park.

Here we go again…another summer season in the Kawarthas

The weather may be a bit cooler than normal and the skies may be grey. But wait- there’s light at the end of the tunnel. With warmer weather and sunny skies in the forecast, we begin to feel like summer is actually here in Peterborough and the Kawarthas.

A sad day in hockey country

As hard as it is to say. It has to end sometime. The Ottawa Senators are out of the 2012 NHL playoffs.

Here are some Tweets from the OWHA 2012 Provincial Championship Weekend

Share “ #OWHA PROVINCIAL GOLD MEDALIST CHAMPS! Great weekend ladies everyone played amazing! Brooke Doyle Sun, Apr 15 2012 16:47:51 ReplyRetweet Share “ owha champs.. #cherishthesemomentsfortherestofmylife #goldenbabby ! Leah Kittel Mon, Apr 16 2012 00:54:00 ReplyRetweet Share “ #Nepean Wildcats did well this weekend at the #OWHA! PCC won Gold! ACC won Silver and BCBB … Continue reading

The Weekend They Wait All Season For

There was no shortage of women’s hockey to watch this weekend. 10,900 women from across Ontario took part in the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association annual Provincial Championships (the Stanley Cup of women’s hockey in this province) in Vaughn, Ontario.

Blue and white issue apology for season ending sour

The Toronto Maple Leafs held a press conference earlier today to talk about their horrific season and what they thought about not lacing up the skates for even one playoff game in the post season. This is nothing new for the blue and white. The Leafs haven’t made it to the playoffs in seven years.  … Continue reading

PCVS Spreads the Net

Canadian comedian and the host of CBC television’s Rick Mercer Report, Rick Mercer knew PCVS was full of energy even before he arrived at the school in Peterborough on March 21 to shoot the winners segment of his 2012 Spread the Net student challenge.

Luck has run out for Canada’s penny

Find a penny, pick it up, all the day you’ll have good luck.” It appears the luck has run out for our penny; a useless piece of Canadian currency.


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