Ninety-five per cent of the 12,ooo faculty voted over the past three days with 86 per cent voting no.
Jessica Nyznik, The Peterborough Examiner
Faculty at Fleming College will start voting on their employer's contract offer Tuesday morning.
COLD SPRINGS - The Bethlehem Walk returns to Cold Springs next weekend, marking the beginning of Christmas for many of its annual attendees.
About 20 years ago, Robert Winslow joked about writing a play on the history of drinking in Cavan.
The sentencing of a former Art Gallery of Northumberland curator and director, who pleaded guilty to forgery, has been postponed until November.
City police and fire officials are looking into a late-night fire at Peterborough's only mosque.
Ontario’s public elementary teachers could begin rotating strikes in October if the union doesn’t strike a deal with the provincial government by the end of the month.
The venue was already sweltering when a Northumberland-Peterborough South federal all-candidates debate got heated over a question regarding the Liberals' plan to run several years of deficits to boost the economy.
Charity Livingstone thought she was going to die Tuesday.
A travelling exhibit celebrating Canada's Honour System marks the end of its national journey with a stop in Peterborough this week.
Buying a coffee for the next person in line, is something Canadians have been doing for years - only now, it has a name.
The Catholic school board held its annual Environmental Symposium on Friday, offering kids a hands-on approach to learning.
A conference celebrating Canadian studies was a natural fit for Trent University to host.