• Gloria Proctor-Bennett

    Gloria Proctor-Bennett is excited to be joining the OPIRG team this summer! She is a 3rd year Business Administration student at Trent specializing in Marketing. Currently she sits as a board member of the Seasoned Spoon. She has done extensive work in promoting fair trade including leading a group of concerned citizens to successfully lobby […]

    Special Events Coordinator (Summer)

    June 2017 - Current

  • Naser Miftari – Nasko

    Naser Miftari recently joined OPIRG – Peterborough chapter as an incoming coordinator of the organization. He has years of experience as a researcher, writer and editor in various parts of the world. His feature articles have been published in numerous  publications including Canadian Journalists for Freedom of Expression (CJFE) and the New York based The […]


    February 2017 - Current

  • Annette Pedlar

    Hello! Boozhoo! Bonjour! My name is Annette Pedlar and I’m a third year student at Trent, pursuing a double major in political science and Indigenous studies.  I’d first like to acknowledge what an honour it is to be able to work and live on the land of the Mississaugas.  I’m very excited to become part […]

    Special Events Coordinator (Summer)

    June 2017 - Current

    Board Member

    February 2015 - March 2017

  • Kay Ma

    I’m glad to be in Peterborough working for an organization that I’m passionate about, whether it’s meeting people on Fridays at the Food Cupboard, liaising with community members or Trent students, and connecting social justice issues across the board. I love to connect people who are working on similar issues. If I’m not busy in […]


    June 2015 - Current

Phone: 705-741-1208
Address: Room 102, Sadleir House
751 George Street N.
Office Hours: Mon by chance, Tues-Fri 11am-5pm, Mon by chance

OPIRG-Peterborough recognizes that we work and are located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe (Ojibway). Originally named and known as Nogojiwanong (“place at the end of rapids”), the area was only renamed as Peterborough in the 19th century after being colonized by European settlers. No treaty was signed until 1923 when, after the theft of land had already occurred, the Williams Treaties were signed.